Powell rushed six times for 28 yards and caught two passes on five targets for seven yards Sunday against the Dolphins. With the Jets playing with a big lead most of the way, Chris Ivory saw the overwhelming majority of running back snaps for the Jets in this contest. However, Powell has seen at least eight touches in each of the two games he's played since returning from injury.
Powell (ankle) rushed 4 times for 22 yards while catching five of seven targets for 67 yards Sunday against the Texans. Powell benefited greatly from the Jets falling way behind in the second half of the game. The game script worked out in his favor as the team had to use their hurry-up offense for the majority of the fourth quarter. This was his first game action since October 18, but this was the first healthy game he played in which he failed to reach 14 touches. However, his 87 combined yards represented a season-high.
Coach Todd Bowles relayed Wednesday that Powell (ankle) is fully healthy as Sunday's game against the Texans approaches, Manish Mehta of the Daily News reports. Powell is thus poised reclaim his change-of-pace role in the Jets' offense behind Chris Ivory, with the timing of his return to health arriving at a good time, with Zac Stacy now out with a fractured ankle.
Powell (ankle) is inactive for Thursday's game against the Bills, Seth Walder of the NY Daily News reports. Powell hasn't played since Week 5 and was listed as doubtful for Thursday's game. He did log limited practices throughout the week, suggest he could be back for Week 11. As for Thursday night, the passing-down work will likely be split between Zac Stacy and starter Chris Ivory.
Powell (ankle) is listed as doubtful for Thursday's game against the Bills. With Powell likely to be inactive Thursday, Zac Stacy and Stevan Ridley are in line to continue to work in reserve roles in the Jets' backfield behind starter Chris Ivory.
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