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Rex Ryan tabs starter for preseason opener
Mark Sanchez is getting the first chance to start.
Locked in a tightly contested quarterback competition with rookie Geno Smith, Sanchez got the nod from coach Rex Ryan on Tuesday to be under center for the New York Jets in their preseason opener Friday night at Detroit.
Certainly, hes the incumbent, Ryan said. The competition starts off and well see how it goes from here, but it seemed like the natural thing to do.
Smith, the teams secondround pick, will also get some snaps with the firstteam offense against the Lions, but Ryan hadnt determined exactly how the playing time would be distributed. Normally in preseason openers, starters rarely play more than two possessions.
Ryan said there is a chance the starters could play a bit longer than usual, given the circumstances.
Well put our 1s out and well play it, Ryan said. The preseason doesnt end after this first preseason game. Well take it through as much as possible. We said this was going to be an equal competition, and it is going to be a competition and thats exactly what it is.
Sanchez, entering his fifth season, and Smith have been rotating practice days with the starters, usually switching up on every third day. Ryan had mentioned Monday that he could change up that rotation by having Smith work with the starters Tuesday, but instead kept Sanchez with the firstteam offense.
Really, weve been going every two days, Ryan said, so well kind of stay with that same kind of rhythm and then both guys will play in the game.
For a second straight day, Sanchez was very solid. He was accurate, going 4 for 6 in team drills and zipping some long tosses to receivers in oneonone drills.
Meanwhile, Smith threw his first interception this summer working with the secondteam offense in 11on11 team drills, getting picked off by Ellis Lankster after going nineplus practices, including the scrimmage, without one. He finished 2 of 5 in team drills.
Ryan is eager to see how both Sanchez and Smith handle Detroits pass rush, especially with protecting the football a major point of emphasis this summer.