Michael Bennett Calls Eagles QB Mark Sanchez An Impostor

The Seattle Seahawks absolutely dominated the Philadelphia Eagles in their 24-14 win on Sunday, thanks in large part to their defense, who held Philly's high-powered attack to just 139 total yards.

Sanchez was at the center of the struggle, completing only 10 passes for 96 yards. After the game, Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett belittled Sanchez.

"Tell the Philadelphia police to put an APB out," he told USA Today Sports. "Sanchez is trying to impersonate a good quarterback."

Sanchez threw an interception in the fourth quarter that ended the Eagles' chances at a comeback in the game. In his six appearances (five starts) filling in for the injured Nick Foles, he's thrown for 1,500 yards and 10 touchdowns, put has also been picked off seven times and lost two fumbles.

Turnovers were also his biggest problem when he was a member of the New York Jets, throwing 69 interceptions and losing 20 fumbles in five seasons.

Prior to the game, there had been speculation that Sanchez would replace Foles as the Eagles' full-time starter. Bennett scoffed at that notion, saying he saw "the same thing everyone else saw - not much."

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