Former Eagles quarterback named an analyst for Sunday’s game against Washington
According to John Clark, former Eagles quarterback Mark Sanchez will be in the booth for this Sunday’s game against the Washington Football Team. Sanchez, an analyst with FOX, played for the Eagles from 2014 through 2015. Following his stint with the Eagles, Sanchez joined Washington in 2018 before retiring from the NFL.
During his time in Philadelphia, Sanchez was primarily a backup but filled in on a few instances and did a great job. The following offseason, he was extended to a two-year deal before being traded away a year later to the Denver Broncos. While with Washington, Sanchez played a few games due to injury but was shortly benched before calling it quits.
Sanchez has been an analyst for a few seasons now and is amongst the best former players in the industry. After having some horrible coverages the last few games, which included mispronunciations alongside absences of critical replays, it’s nice to return to the core group. It’ll be an interesting game with controversial referee Tony Corrente being the crew chief on Sunday.
Sunday’s game is sure to be one of the most interesting across the league, with both divisional and wildcard implications on the line for both teams. The Eagles and Washington are both 6-7, and an Eagles win would propel them into one of the wildcard spots while controlling their destiny for the remainder of the season.
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