The New York Jets are home again tonight, game two of three, against the Houston Texans, who are undefeated. Sitting at 2-2 and lamenting the losses of Darrelle Revis and Santonio Holmes the Jets must prove they can move the ball and score on offense, and fine ways to stop Arian Foster and Andre Johnson on defense in hopes of coming out with a victory.
Houston Texans Injury Report
OUT/Inactive: S Quintin Demps (thumb/forearm), WR Lester Jean (knee), CB Brandon Harris, CB Roc Carmichael, RB Ben Tate, OL Andrew Gardner, G Brandon Brooks
Questionable: RB Ben Tate (toe)
Probable: LB Mister Alexander (hip), LB Bryan Braman (hamstring, neck), G Antoine Caldwell (ankle, knee), DT Shaun Cody (back), TE Owen Daniels (thigh), LB Tim Dobbins (hamstring), RB Arian Foster (hamstring), LB Bradie James (thigh), WR Andre Johnson (groin), S Shiloh Keo (neck), C Chris Myers (back), LB Jesse Nading (foot), DE Antonio Smith (ankle), G Wade Smith (knee)
New York Jets Injury Report
Questionable: CB Aaron Berry (ribs), RB Joe McKnight (illness), LB Bart Scott (toe), S Eric Smith (hip, knee), LB Bryan Thomas (hamstring)
Probable: S Yeremiah Bell (shoulder), LB Nick Bellore (shoulder), S Josh Bush (shoulder), CB Antonio Cromartie (shoulder), TE Jeff Cumberland (ribs), DT Mike Devito (neck), RT Austin Howard (back), WR Jeremy Kerley (finger), S LaRon Landry (heel), C Nick Mangold (wrist), RG Brandon Moore (hip), OLB Calvin Pace (achilles), QB Mark Sanchez (back), LG Matt Slauson (knee).
Despite what happens tonight, the New York Jets need to show improvement versus elite teams, and make strides on both offense and defense. Lets hope that the "next man up" can contribute positively. Don't forget at halftime will be the ceremonies for Mark Gastineau and Wesley Walker's induction in the Ring of Honor.
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