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Geno Smith runs out of the back of the end zone for a safety


GenoSmithOrlovskysafetyNew York Jets rookie quarterback Geno Smith has had an absolutely terrible night in his first NFL preseason start. He finished the game completing 16 of his 30 passes for 199 yards, one touchdown and three interceptions.  On his final series of the game, Smith did his best Dan Orlovsky impression, running out of the back of the end zone while trying to avoid a sack.

The only person happy to see all of this transpire has to be Mark Sanchez, who came in to replace Smith immediately after the safety. Sanchez injured his shoulder shortly after entering.

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