The New York Jets visit the team that might be considered "Jets West" today in the St. Louis Rams since they sport former offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer, as well as former Jets players Robert Turner, Wayne Hunter, Matthew Mulligan, Kellen Clemens and the inactive for today Terrance Ganaway. Surprisingly running backs Bilal Powell and Joe McKnight are both active today, but we will see how much either plays. Kenrick Ellis is active for the first time in over a month.
St. Louis Rams Injury Report
OUT/Inactive: QB Austin Davis, RB Terrance Ganaway, FB Brit Miller, WR Steve Smith, OL Chris Williams, DT Matt Conrath and S Darian Stewart
Questionable: WR Austin Pettis (toe), DE Eugene Sims (knee), LB Mario Haggan (thigh), S Darian Stewart (knee)
New York Jets Injury Report
OUT/Inactive: QB Greg McElroy, OL Caleb Schlauderaff, G Hayworth Hicks, TE Hayden Smith, DT Damon Harrison and LB Marcus Dowtin
Probable: QB Mark Sanchez (back), QB Tim Tebow (ribs), WR Stephen Hill (illness), WR Clyde Gates (shoulder),TE Jeff Cumberland (wrist), C Nick Mangold (ankle, thumb), RG Brandon Moore (hip), LG Matt Slauson (knee), DT Mike DeVito (finger), NT Kenrick Ellis (knee), DT Damon Harrison (thumb), OLB Calvin Pace (shoulder), S Eric Smith (knee), and S LaRon Landry (heel)
The Jets roster was not maxed out after there flurry of moves earlier this week as they stand at 52 players. It stand to reason cornerback Aaron Berry will also see more playing time today with Isaiah Trufant now on injured reserve, and only four cornerbacks today on the roster. A win will certainly quiet the press and fans somewhat, but it may not be much momentum going into a Thanksgiving night home tussle with the hated Patriots.
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