Jets vs Browns: Final Week 8 injury and weather report
For the upcoming Jets vs Browns Week 8 matchup, here is the final injury report for both teams, weather update, and everything you need to know about today’s game.
On Sunday, October, 30th 2016, at 1:00 p.m. ET at FirstEnergy Stadium, the Jets vs Browns Week 8 matchup will be a test for both teams. The New York Jets finally ended a four-game losing streak last week as they defeated the Baltimore Ravens. The Cleveland Browns, on the other hand, are still winless at 0-7 this season as they lost last week to the Cincinnati Bengals. Both teams have had abysmal seasons so far and a much-needed win here is at stake for each team.
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If you live in the New York area, the game will be televised on CBS. To watch this game online, the best way would be using NFL Game Pass as it gives access to every regular season game. For radio, tune into WEPN-FM, ESPN New York (98.7FM) or click here for mobile devices. Speaking of mobile, if you have an iPhone, download the official mobile app of the Jets as they have live play-by-play, stats, updates, videos, and much more.
Below you will find the latest injury report for both teams, courtesy of the Media Relations Department of the Jets:
Linebacker Bruce Carter (quadricep)
Linebacker Darron Lee (ankle)
Center Nick Mangold (ankle)
Offensive Tackle Brent Qvale (neck)
Tight End Austin Seferian-Jenkins (ankle)
Cornerback Buster Skrine (knee)
Offensive Tackle Ryan Clady (shoulder)
Defensive End Muhammad Wilkerson (ankle)
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Wide Receiver Corey Coleman (hand)
Quarterback Cody Kessler (concussion)
Cornerback Marcus Burley (hamstring)
Cornerback Joe Haden (groin)
Cornerback Jamar Taylor (groin)
As per Weather Underground, it will be 54°F and will be raining. Winds will be about 7mph NNE. Fans heading to the game should bring gear to deal with a steady rain/drizzle throughout the matchup.
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