The New York Jets and quarterback Josh McCown host the Buffalo Bills in NFL Week 10 action at MetLife Stadium.
Here is a look at the final injury report for Sunday’s Week 10 game between the Jets and Bills at MetLife Stadium, plus what it means.
(Click here for the Wednesday injury report and here for the Thursday injury report.)
Out: TE Neal Sterling (concussion)
Doubtful: QB Sam Darnold (foot), WR Robby Anderson (ankle), C Spencer Long (knee/finger)
Questionable: NT Steve McLendon (ankle)
Did not practice Friday: TE Neal Sterling (concussion), QB Sam Darnold (foot), WR Robby Anderson (ankle), C Spencer Long (knee/finger)
Limited participant Friday: NT Steve McLendon (ankle)
What it means: No surprise on Sterling, Darnold, Anderson, and Long. All four missed every day of practice this week. Don’t expect any of them to play Sunday. We already knew Josh McCown would start in Darnold’s place against the Bills.
Expect the Jets to promote ex-Giants quarterback Davis Webb from the practice squad to be McCown’s backup on Sunday. Jets coach Todd Bowles said it is “possible” Darnold could dress for this game as the backup. Still, it seems unlikely.
Bowles said McCown has looked “like a spring chicken” this week in practice, since he hasn’t played yet in the regular season.
“He’s very camp fresh right now,” Bowles said.
Bowles said Anderson didn’t suffer a setback with his ankle sprain last week in Miami, but the injury “just didn’t get any better” this week.
McLendon was limited Friday after not practicing Wednesday and Thursday.
Wide receiver Quincy Enunwa (ankle) will play this week. He didn’t practice Wednesday and Thursday, but was a full participant Friday. So he is good to go.
Left guard James Carpenter (shoulder) is also good to go. He was limited Wednesday and Thursday, but …read more
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