The Washington Redskins reportedly have signed Mark Sanchez to back up Colt McCoy at quarterback after Alex Smith was lost for the season with a broken leg. Sanchez has worked with three of Washington's assistant coaches previously and has a short week ahead of him.
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When Alex Smith went down yesterday with one of the more gruesome leg injuries we've seen since Joe Theismann famously broke his leg, FedEx Field went quiet. Redskins passing game coordinator Kevin O'Connell was a backup quarterback for parts of three seasons with the Jets during Sanchez's time there. His first start will come Thursday in Dallas, with first-place on the line. In those two years, he threw 18 touchdowns and 15 interceptions while posting an 86.6 passer rating.
That said, while McCoy is the unquestioned starter, the Redskins haven't kept a third quarterback this year.
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Before Sanchez' signing there was no one behind McCoy on the depth chart. He was never able to latch onto a starting job again, and this season, he went without a job.
With Sanchez now the backup quarterback in Washington, it means the Redskins will be heading into Dallas with two quarterbacks who have started a combined ZERO games over the past two and a half seasons.
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