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Mark Sanchez: I feel great about being back on the field, but it’s not over yet

Mark Sanchez was a part of the New York Jets’ victory over the Minnesota Vikings.

Now, he’ll take a seat in a football-specific stadium to celebrate.

The Jets will host Mark Sanchez and the Buffalo Bills on Sunday at the MetLife Stadium in the Meadowlands.

Sanchez said he was a little overwhelmed by the opportunity to return to the field.

The Jets beat the Buffalo team 20-13 in Week 2.

The 27-year-old quarterback was benched for the final time last week in favor of Geno Smith.

Sanchez was the only starter to start against the Vikings.

The Bills lost their third straight game Sunday and have lost six straight at home.

Sanchez has a 3-4 record in his career against the Bills, including wins over their two Super Bowl champions in 2000 and 2004.

He threw for just 224 yards and one touchdown in a 29-7 loss to them in the first meeting in New York in 2016.

Shelby Jackson was the Bills’ leading rusher with six carries for 40 yards.

Jackson was also targeted on 12 passes and averaged 5.7 yards per carry.

Jackson was injured in the fourth quarter of Sunday’s win over the Vikings but did not miss any time.

He left with a concussion and was placed on the inactive list Monday.