Top Jets News

  • Jets' Sam Darnold: No lock to be ready after bye

    Darnold (foot) is out of his walking boot, but coach Todd Bowles acknowledged Monday that he isn't sure if the rookie quarterback will be ready to play after a Week 11 bye, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports.

    An embarrassing 41-10 loss to the Bills on Sunday ended any slim hope of competing for a wild-card spot and also seems to have put Bowles on the hot seat (if he wasn't already). The Jets don't have any short-term incentive to rush their rookie quarterback into action if he isn't 100 percent healthy, but they may need him in the lineup to get an accurate evaluation of their team before making some big decisions during the offseason. The bye week comes at a convenient time, allowing Darnold to get some rest while his teammates regroup before facing the Patriots on Nov. 25.

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  • Jets' Jason Myers: Long-range proficiency continues

    Myers connected on a 55-yard field goal and an extra point in Sunday's 41-10 loss to the Bills.

    Myers has been one of the few bright spots in what's turned into another lost season for the Jets, continuing to show tremendous aptitude from long range. The team's offense isn't moving the ball consistently enough to rely on him, though.

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  • Jets' Jermaine Kearse: Quiet again in blowout loss

    Kearse caught two of five targets for 16 yards in Sunday's 41-10 loss to the Bills.

    Kearse has contributed to New York's awful performance on offense over the past few weeks. Unless the Jets shake things up and replace the current coaching staff with a more Kearse-friendly regime during the Week 11 bye, the veteran wide receiver is unlikely to be a fantasy factor.

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  • Jets' Chris Herndon: Team-high receiving yards in loss

    Herndon caught three of four targets for a team-high 34 yards in Sunday's 41-10 loss to the Bills.

    As you probably gathered from the information above, this was another ugly afternoon for New York's passing game, this time led by Josh McCown under center with Sam Darnold out due to a foot injury. Despite the dysfunction around him, Herndon continues to show flashes of potential as a rookie.

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  • Jets' Trenton Cannon: Five touches as third running back

    Cannon rushed four times for 30 yards and added a five-yard catch on four targets in Sunday's 41-10 loss to the Bills.

    Cannon got fewer touches than both Elijah McGuire and Isaiah Crowell, who finished with nine apiece. If both of those guys can stay healthy after New York's Week 11 bye, Cannon will have a hard time carving out a large enough role to attract attention outside the deepest leagues.

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  • Jets' Elijah McGuire: Nets 57 scrimmage yards in Week 10

    McGuire rushed six times for 30 yards and added three catches for 27 yards on six targets in Sunday's 41-10 loss to Buffalo.

    McGuire led the ineffective Jets offense in scrimmage yards, but Isaiah Crowell had the better fantasy day thanks to a 5-yard rushing touchdown. Heading into the Week 11 bye, the pair is operating in a near even backfield timeshare, with Trenton Cannon also involved in a change-of-pace role.

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  • Jets' Quincy Enunwa: Catches four balls in blowout loss

    Enunwa (ankle) caught four of eight targets for 18 yards in Sunday's 41-10 loss to Buffalo.

    Enunwa led the Jets in targets and catches, but he tied for third in receiving yards as the whole offense laid an egg under backup quarterback Josh McCown. The physical wide receiver showed good chemistry with rookie starter Sam Darnold before an ankle injury slowed Enunwa down, and Jets fans will be hoping the duo can get healthier and rediscover that form after the team's Week 11 bye.

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  • Jets' Isaiah Crowell: FInds paydirt in blowout loss

    Crowell rushed seven times for 19 yards and a touchdown while catching both of his targets for 18 yards in Sunday's 41-10 loss to the Bills.

    Despite his ugly performance, Crowell was easily New York's best fantasy player here by virtue of scoring the team's lone touchdown. Still, he was bottled up outside of that 5-yard score and an 18-yard run. Elijah McGuire and Trenton Cannon combined for 10 carries themselves, so Crowell's workload is looking quite shaky heading into the Week 11 bye.

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  • Jets' Josh McCown: Awful in fill-in start

    McCown completed 17 of 34 passes for 135 yards and two interceptions while rushing once for four yards in Sunday's 41-10 loss to the Bills.

    Rookie quarterback Sam Darnold wasn't the problem in New York's offense, which looked completely inept under McCown's veteran leadership. With four straight ugly losses heading into the Week 11 bye, the Jets might make changes to the coaching staff. Darnold should be back under center if his foot injury heals during the bye, but McCown would likely start again if Darnold remains out.

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  • Jets' Darron Lee: Records 11 tackles in loss

    Lee logged 11 tackles (five solo) during Sunday's 41-10 loss to the Bills.

    Lee posted his highest single-game tackle total of the season during the Week 10 loss, during which time the Jets' defense was outmatched by Buffalo's offense during all phases of the game. The 2016 first-rounder's tackle volume and work in pass coverage keep him on the IDP radar, and Lee will look to log another strong performance against the Patriots in Week 11.

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Team Statistical Rankings

Rushing Passing Overall
Off. 107.3
(19th)
206.9
(29th)
299.4
(29th)
Def. 119.5
(20th)
260.1
(16th)
361.6
(18th)

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