The New York Jets will be missing two top receivers, Mims and Jamison Crowder, for the second consecutive week. Denzel Mims will not dress for the New York Jets for the second consecutive weekend, joining fellow top target Jamison Crowder.
After falling 25-6 to the Patriots, the Jets look to bounce back against the Broncos and avoid a third consecutive 0-3 start to the season. The Jets backfield gets a bit of a shakeup, as veteran Tevin Coleman is out with an illness, so La’Mical Perine Josh Adams will make their season debut.
The Jets will be without Jamison Crowder for a third straight week, as New York’s starting slot receiver is out with a groin injury. Crowder missed the Jets’ season opener due to COVID and then had his groin flare up once he returned to practice.
FOX has a doubleheader today while CBS will show a single game to each region. If you live in the New York area, you will see: Falcons at Giants early on FOX Buccaneers at Rams late on FOX Jets at Broncos late on CBS ........................................
Zach Wilson's protection has been a topic of discussion since the regular season began. Can the Jets' offensive line keep their rookie quarterback from getting hit, consistently providing him with extra time to make plays?
Crowder missed Week 1 after testing positive for COVID-19 and was a surprise inactive for Week 2 against the New England Patriots. The 28-year-old has been battling a nagging groin injury since training camp.
The New York Jets locked linebacker Del’Shawn Phillips onto their active roster and bid farewell to a substitute safety. The New York Jets announced a series of roster moves on Tuesday, transactions headlined by further adjustments to the defense.