Sanchez doing research on Year Two Dan Leberfeld

What should Mark Sanchez expect in his second season as an NFL quarterback?
He’s reaching out to his good friend Carson Palmer for some advice.
“I think when I get home, I’ll be able to see Carson (Palmer),” said Sanchez. “When I get a chance to really talk and go out to dinner, and relax, talk through situations. I’ll always be asking for some feedback from Carson. Carson is my go-to-guy, and I’ve got a million questions for him already.”
One advantage Sanchez has over most second-year quarterbacks is that he played 18 game as a rookie, so that certainly moved him further up the growth curve.