New England Patriots vs. New York Jets: Week 6 injury and weather report
Heading into Week 6 action, the New England Patriots hit the road to face the New York Jets at MetLife Stadium. Here is the final injury report for both teams as well as today’s weather for the game.
As the New York Jets prepare to welcome the New England Patriots to MetLife Stadium for the first time this season, this Week 6 matchup promises to be a good one. Don’t expect the Patriots to steamroll over the Jets as this team has a lot of fight and much to prove when it comes to silencing their critics.
You see, nobody in a million years believed the Jets would be able to play successful football. They are currently 3-2 and already have a better record than many current teams that were “supposed” to be playoff contenders. But to the Jets, it’s the perfect fuel for motivation that despite everyone saying they’re too young and inexperienced to compete, they continue to find their identity and surprise the football world with every win. It hasn’t been pretty but the Jets are currently on a three-game winning streak with a possibility of making it four straight.
The Patriots, on the other hand, are showing their weaknesses, unlike anything we’ve seen before. They aren’t the same dominant powerhouse of a team we all saw last season as their defense is a huge area of opportunity which gives the Jets a fighting chance to develop a blueprint towards leaving this game victorious. This should be a great game with two teams having much to prove as they continue on with their season.
Below you will find the latest injury report for both teams, courtesy of the Media Relations Department of the Jets:
Cornerback Eric Rowe (groin)
Running Back Rex Burkhead (ribs)
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Running Back Bilal Powell (calf)Defensive End Muhammad Wilkerson (shoulder, toe)
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When it comes to today’s afternoon weather at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey, as per the Weather Channel, it will be 79°F and partly cloudy conditions. Winds will be about 15mph SSW. Fans heading to the game should expect clouds but warm temperatures.