The former USC star from Orange County threw a 57-yard touchdown pass at the end of a scrimmage and then had cornerback
Sanchez, who had a pass intercepted by Cromartie earlier in the scrimmage, stumbled and fell when untouched on a play. Both led to some Jets fans jeering and booing him.
''It was nice to close it that way and finish strong,'' Sanchez said of his scoring strike to
Cromartie was not so easygoing on the matter of derisive fans.
''I think that's bull,'' Cromartie said. ''My thing is, if you're going to be a fan, be a fan. He's our quarterback and Geno's our quarterback, and they're in a competition. You don't come out here and boo anybody. We're a family out here and we make sure we look out for each other.''
Sanchez, who twice led the Jets to the
''Oh, shoot, I don't care,'' he said. ''That's the way it goes.''