Mark Sanchez

Mark Sanchez

Height: 6' 2"Weight: 225 lbsAge: 31College: USCDrafted: #5 (1st Rd.)

2017 Outlook

Strength of Schedule:
4th easiest for QBs
Draft Rank (ECR) N/A
Best / Worst N/A / N/A


Mark Sanchez signs with Bears

The Chicago Bears and free agent quarterback Mark Sanchez agreed to terms on an undisclosed deal.

Fantasy Impact

Sanchez, who played for Dallas last season, signed with the Bears late Thursday night. Chicago likely added Sanchez for depth at quarterback on their rebuilding squad. He is expected to compete with Connor Shaw and David Fales this offseason for the role of Mike Glennon's primary backup for 2017.

Mark Sanchez INACTIVE for Divisional Round

Mark Sanchez is officially inactive for the Divisional Round matchup with the Green Bay Packers. The Cowboys will be going with Tony Romo as their only backup.

Fantasy Impact

This move is not surprising, even though Sanchez and Romo were both active Week 17. The Cowboys will need all hands on deck in the playoffs, so they can't afford to use one of their active game day roster spots on Sanchez as a 3rd-string quarterback.

Mike Maher19 weeks ago
Mark Sanchez plays terribly in Week 17

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Mark Sanchez completed 9-of-17 passes for 85 yards and two interceptions in Sunday's Week 17 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles.

Fantasy Impact

Sanchez was terrible in Sunday's loss to the Eagles. He subbed into the game after Tony Romo's touchdown drive and showcased why he was blown out of Denver in the preseason. He is unlikely to see postseason action barring injuries to Romo and Dak Prescott.

Mark Sanchez to get 'majority' of Week 17 snaps

NFL Insider Adam Caplan reports Dallas Cowboys quarterback Mark Sanchez will see the "majority" of the snaps at quarterback in Week 17.

Fantasy Impact

Dak Prescott remains on track to start Sunday's season finale against the Eagles. However, reports indicate that it will be Sanchez who garners the "majority" of the snaps at quarterback in the meaningless matchup for the Cowboys - as the team has nothing to play for with home-field advantage throughout the postseason locked up. Sanchez is not a reliable fantasy option for Week 17 due to the uncertainty that surrounds just when he will be called upon to relieve the starter during the game.

Mark Sanchez signs with Cowboys

The Dallas Cowboys and QB Mark Sanchez agreed to terms on a one-year deal on Saturday.

Fantasy Impact

After trade talks reportedly broke down between the Broncos and Cowboys, Sanchez was released. However, he did not remain a free agent for long as the Cowboys signed the veteran signal caller later in the day. Sanchez will enter the 2016 campaign as Dak Prescott's backup, but don't be surprised if he sees playing time if the rookie struggles in the regular season.