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Mark Sanchez didn't have a very good game against the Seahawks yesterday. He threw for just 96 yards and was sacked three times during the Eagles' 24-14 loss to Seattle. And things got even worse for him after the game when Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett took a few shots at him. It seems Bennett isn't a big believer in Sanchez or his abilities on the field.
"Tell the Philadelphia police to put an APB out," Bennett said. "Sanchez is trying to impersonate a good quarterback."
Bennett didn't stop there, either. He was then asked what he saw in Sanchez out on the field on Sunday. And he couldn't think of one nice thing to say about him.
"The same thing everyone else saw," he said. "Not much."
The Seahawks and Eagles could theoretically end up playing in the postseason if they both make it there. And Sanchez could still be the Eagles starting quarterback at that point. So Bennett probably shouldn't have said the things that he did about him. But then again, Seattle did own Sanchez on the field on Sunday. So they're probably not all that worried about what Sanchez could do to them in a potential rematch later this season.