Jets’ Victory Helps Mark Sanchez Earn Some Love From The Dancers At Rick’s NYC (Photos)
Things haven’t been going according to plan for Mark Sanchez and the New York Jets this season. The team entered Sunday’s game with a 3-6 record, and plenty of the finger-pointing has been directed towards their starting quarterback, who had managed to throw just 10 touchdowns to his nine interceptions through the first nine games of the season. But Sanchez was much better against the St. Louis Rams on Sunday (15-of-20 for 178 yards, one touchdown, zero interceptions), and no one seemed more relieved by his performance than the lovely dancers at Rick’s Cabaret in New York City.
Sure, these ladies haven’t shied away from showing Jets backup quarterback Tim Tebow some love in the past, and they probably make more money when their city’s team is struggling (what better way for Jets fans to drown away their sorrows than by blowing hundreds of dollars on lap dances), but not even that was enough to stop Rick’s girl Christina from expressing a great deal of pleasure with what she saw from Sanchez and the Jets during their 27-13 victory on Sunday:
“We were worried about Mark Sanchez for a little while there. We love the Jets and Sanchez is our quarterback–but he has not been playing well. But against the Rams he was awesome, and he showed everyone what he is capable of.”
And Christina wasn’t the only one who felt this way, as Rick’s NYC girl Mackenzie expressed similar feelings when she stated the following:
“I’m so glad he had a good game because people were starting to doubt him and you know what that means. It was almost goodbye Sanchez, hello Tebow. Now that won’t happen.”
It sure is nice to see that the girls at Rick’s Cabaret NYC are getting behind Sanchez these days. And in return, I’m sure some of them would love to see the Jets’ newly-single quarterback getting behind them…if you know what I mean.
You can see some of Rick’s lovely ladies showing their love for Sanchez via the images above. Or you can go check them out in person at Rick’s Cabaret NYC, which is located at 50 West 33rd Street in midtown Manhattan.