Mark Sanchez replaces Colt McCoy (leg) for Washington, does nothing in loss

Washington Redskins quarterback Mark Sanchez completed 13-of-21 passes for 100 scoreless yards and 1 interception in a 28-13, Week 13 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles on Monday night.

What It Means:

Sanchez was forced into duty in the first half after Colt McCoy broke his fibula. It was his first time throwing a pass in an NFL game in over two years. As one may expect, he failed to move the ball forward and averaged a miserable 4.8 yards per attempt. If Washington doesn't bring anyone else in, Sanchez will be the starter in Week 14 versus the New York Giants.

Sanchez finished with 3.8 FanDuel points on Monday. numberFire's models expect him to score 15.3 FanDuel points in Week 14 and he's the WR24 in our weekly fantasy rankings.