Mark Sanchez will throw the football before the other guys for the Denver Broncos

Will he love you like Peyton Manning loved you?

(Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

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It's me, Mark Sanchez. (Wikimedia/Bobak Ha'Eri/CC BY 3.0)

It's me, Mark Sanchez. (Wikimedia/Bobak Ha'Eri/CC BY 3.0)

Yes, it’s true, sports fans: Mark Sanchez will be the Denver Broncos’ starting quarterback when they open their preseason against the Chicago Bears on Thursday, the Denver Post reports.

Where will he throw the ball? Will he throw it fast? Will he throw it slow?  Will he get tackled while trying to throw it, or will he throw it to the wrong guy sometimes? Will he love you like Peyton Manning loved you?

Frankly, I have no idea, and our sports reporter is busy right now.

I do know that Sanchez still hasn’t secured the starting spot. He’s still tied with Trevor Siemian in the team’s quarterback rankings, and he’ll be sharing quarterback duties with both Siemian and Paxton Lynch in the pre-season opener, the Post reports. Coach Gary Kubiak is nowhere near making a decision on who will be the for-real starter, according to NFL.com.

Anyway, I can guarantee that at least one guy does not approve of this. 

Oh, here he is:

Alright, Mark, over to you for comment:

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