By Josh Kramer
Training camp is always a fun time. It is when the men are separated from the boys. Team leaders rise to the forefront, and the less talented are tossed aside. It is the time when fan bases really begin to salivate in anticipation of early September (39 days until opening night). This year, ESPN has made it clear that the two places to be are Englewood, Colorado and Cortland, New York. Pretty obvious choices considering what happened during the NFL’s version of March Madness.
The Broncos picked up a four-time MVP and the Jets acquired the Kardashian of professional sports. Both of these teams shocked the NFL last season. One exceeded expectations, while the other failed miserably. A main reason for the Jets becoming a monumental disappointment this past season was the poor performance of quarterback Mark Sanchez down the stretch. Some of the criticism was warranted, while some was not. Well Sanchez doesn’t appear to be letting any of it get him down. If anything, the criticism has brought him up. Continue reading