08:47 AM ET 11.18 | Last Sunday, after Mark Sanchez embarrassed himself and the franchise in Seattle, Jenkins not only saw blood in the water, but wanted to see it on Sanchez's face too. "There is a point where I wished some defensive end would have knocked him (Sanchez) out of a game so they wouldn't have had a choice but to put somebody else in (at QB)," Jenkins said on SNY's Jets postgame show. So it was shocking to hear what he had to say Thursday on "Jets Game Plan." Jenkins arrived at the show wearing his Goody Two Shoes. He morphed into the voice of reason. Jenkins said former players-turned-TV analysts had a responsibility to their new profession. "To do it with honor and integrity while being respectful to the people we played with, our former colleagues," Jenkins said. Say what? This is the same guy who basically wanted someone to tear his "former colleague" Sanchez's head off. Did Jenkins forget the rant he unleashed Sunday night? "As a former player, we know among players there's a difference between hurting a guy, inflicting pain or injuring them. I would not like to see any harm come over Sanchez in an injury capacity," Jenkins said. "However, right now his performance is terrible. I don't feel like talking about him."