Did Eva Longoria and Mark Sanchez break up because the Jets suck? Contrary to reports the couple split because of the age difference and hectic schedules, TMZ claims Longoria could no longer put up with Sanchez being “crabby” over the 3-5 Jets.
A source told the website, “It is hard to maintain a relationship when one person is upset all the time.” The Jets are last place in the AFC North.
Despite Sanchez attempts to reconcile, Page Six says Sanchez is “really upset about the breakup and “tried everything he could to make [Eva] happy…. the problem was Mark is very focused on football while Eva is a busy businesswoman.”
Sanchez was not only dumped by Maxim’s Sexiest Woman alive but the campaigns for Tebow have strengthen. Jets fans chanted for the famous backup during Sunday’s loss to the Miami Dolphins.
Looks like our Jersey Chaser of the Month is single! People.com is reporting that Mark Sanchez and Eva Longoria have broken up. According to the source, “Eva and Mark split amicably and remain friends. There is no drama.”
After being first linked together this summer, Longoria confirmed the relationship last month on Chelsea Handler, even suggesting she set up the comedian with Tim Tebow. The cause of the breakup is rumored to be because of the couple’s 12-year age difference and the actress’ Hollywood lifestyle.
But a rep for New York Jets QB said, “Mark adores and respects Eva. It really was about scheduling more than anything else. They will remain close friends.”
Despite the breakup, Sanchez is not focusing his extra time on improving the 3-4 Jets. After the team’s overtime loss to the New England Patriots, Sanchez was spotted flirting with blondes at NYC nightclub Darby Downstairs. In the six degrees of jersey chasing, Longoria had a public divorce from NBA star Tony Park and Sanchez has been previously linked to Kate Upton, Jamie-Lynn Sigler and Hayden Panettiere.
The NFL has a sticky situation on their hands, the San Diego Chargers were caught using a banned substance called Stickum, to give the team a competitive advantage to holding onto the ball.
The adhesive substance was confiscated during the Charger’s Oct. 15 game against the Denver Broncos. Despite the performance enhancing goo, the Broncos won the game, 35-24. The substance was sent to both Broncos and league offices, and the Chargers now face a fine and a possible loss of a draft pick.
But according to Chargers head coach Norv Turner, no Stickum was used. “Nobody in this organization has used Stickum in any game,”Turner said. “The question involved a towel that has been used by this organization for over 10 years. It’s used by a lot of teams in this league. The towel is used to dry the balls, dry the gloves that the players wear and their arms. The league is looking into the towel. That’s about where it’s at.”
It’s not very often a football coach declines his team points, but San Francisco 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh made a $75 million mistake. In the final seconds of the Thursday Night Football 49ers- Seattle Seahwaks game, Harbaugh opted not to take the safety giving his team two points. Harbaugh did not want to give the Seahawks the ball on the final play of the game, and instead the 49ers took a knee to end the game.
Despite winning the game 13-6, Harbaugh’s decision impacted as much as $75 million worth of bets. The spread of the game gave the Seahawks between 7 and 9 points. According to BetOnline.com, 65% of the action we booked was on the 49ers.