Grab an iced coffee and enjoy some great reading material on the New York Jets. In this edition, articles on the possible return of Devin Smith on Monday Night Football against the Indianapolis Colts, why Eric Decker could be the unsung hero on offense and an injury update on Chris Ivory. Enjoy!
Devin Smith practices full again as debut nears by Ohm Youngmisuk (ESPN)
"The Jets may decide to throw Smith’s warp speed on the indoor turf against Indianapolis to give quarterback a deep threat. So far, Fitzpatrick has as a mammoth target and Eric Decker to throw to in the slot. Ryan Fitzpatrick Brandon Marshall"
Chris Ivory (groin) limited again but expected to play by Ohm Youngmisuk (ESPN)
"The coach also said there is no change in quarterback ‘s status. Smith (jaw) went through a limited practice for the second straight day. Bowles said Smith threw some 7-on-7 scout team, which was more than the individual work he had been doing. Geno Smith"
"“You don’t see guys that are that big and strong and that fast. He can get outside with the ball in a heartbeat on you if you don’t watch it,” Gailey said. “He is a big, strong runner inside and hardly ever gets knocked back. Even if we mess it up, he’ll get us two yards. That’s pretty good for us to be able to have that weapon.”"
Will Jets finally see the speed freak they’ve dreamt about? by Brian Lewis (New York Post)
"The second-round pick will be a game-time decision in Indianapolis, according to coach . Smith would play a very limited role Monday if he suits up at all, but the role of gamebreaker is one the Jets have lacked for years. Todd Bowles"
Jets QB Geno Smith upgraded, throws again, will travel with team by Justin Tasch (New York Daily News)
"Geno Smith has taken another step forward as he works his way back from the broken jaw suffered from ’s locker room punch during training camp. The quarterback practiced on a limited basis Friday for the second straight day. IK Enemkpali"
Outspoken Demario Davis drops to one knee when players get hurt by Kristian Dyer (New York Metro)
"“Anytime I see a player go down, sometimes you can’t tell who it is. I ask God to cover them, protect them and that it won’t be as bad. Comfort them and heal them, be with them. I feel like you can lessen the blow of the impact by praying over it.”"
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