There were no major surprises on the Jets' inactive list as all four players who were given questionable designations on the final injury report will be active, as expected.
That includes running back Tevin Coleman (hamstring), wide receiver Corey Davis (hip), defensive end Shaq Lawson (hamstring), and left guard Alijah Vera-Tucker (toe).
Wilson, who was listed as doubtful with a knee injury, will not play, as was expected. Others joining him on the inactive list are defensive tackle Jonathan Marshall, running back La'Mical Perine, safety Elijah Riley, defensive end Tim Ward, and offensive lineman Isaiah Williams.
What are some takeaways from the NY Jets Week 10 inactive list?
There are no notable surprises on the inactive list for this week, although it is significant that the Jets will be returning so many previously injured players.
Two players will also be active for the first time this season, both along the offensive line. Guard Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, who was acquired from the Kansas City Chiefs in a trade at the deadline, is among those active for today's game.
It will be interesting to see if he could push Greg Van Roten for playing time at any point this season.
Offensive tackle Conor McDermott will also be active for the first time since being activated off injured reserve this weekend. With Chuma Edoga on injured reserve, McDermott will serve as the Jets' primary backup tackle today.
The Jets also elevated four players from their practice squad as they were allowed two extra game-day promotions as "COVID-19 replacements" for Denzel Mims and Jason Pinnock.
Tight end Kenny Yeboah, fullback Nick Bawden, and defensive ends Ronald Blair and Hamilcar Rashed Jr. will be active. Yeboah is the only one of the four who has appeared in a game this season, although he only played six snaps on special teams back in Week 5.
Expect Yeboah to have a larger role today when the Jets take on the Bills starting at 1:00 pm ET.