New York Teams

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets offensive snap analysis (based on 63): RB -- Bilal Powell 28, Matt Forte 23, Lawrence Thomas 14, Eli McGuire 12; WR -- Robby Anderson 49, Jermaine Kearse 45, Jeremy Kerley 34, Charone Peake 16, ArDarius Stewart 5; TE -- Austin Seferian-Jenkins 48, Will Tye 22, Neal Sterling 7. Analysis: Thomas, a defensive lineman, made a surprise appearance at fullback. He caught a pass and nearly scored. Heavy workload for Seferian-Jenkins in his '17 debut. Stewart barely got on the field, although he did make a sensational catch.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets' defense was on point yesterday after a terrible start to the season. It held Dolphins RB Jay Ajayi to minus-6 rushing yards before initial contact, per ESPN Stats & Info. He was contacted at or behind the line on eight of his 11 rushes. Miami finished with minus-3 yards before contact, their second-lowest in a game since 2009. Wow.

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Melo finally gets his freedom in OKC (2:04)

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Frank Ntilikina was a guest of Joakim Noah's at the Noah's Arc Foundation Stickman Classic awards ceremony on Saturday. The ceremony was held at the Long Island City YMCA at the conclusion of the Stickman Classic league's season. Over 600 boys and girls participated in the league over the summer. During the event, Noah's mother, Cecilia Rodhe, who is also the Co-Founder of the Noah's Arc Foundation, created a Noah's Arc Foundation Peace Wall with the children that displayed their expressions about what peace looks like to them.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

The Giants issued a statement after the game about their players and their right to recognize the anthem however they deem appropriate:

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Holy heck. Eli Manning got rid of the ball on average in 1.86 seconds on Sunday, per Pro Football Focus. That is crazy fast, almost .40 faster than any other QB.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Jake Elliott's 61-yard FG is tied for the third-longest game-winning kick in the final 10 seconds in NFL history. He hadn't hit from more than 40 in an NFL game prior to Sunday,

Stats & Info

Yankees getting Judge right just in time

With the AL wild-card game just over a week away, Aaron Judge is back to hitting like an MVP candidate.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets have a new weapon on offense -- 286-pound defensive lineman-turned-fullback Lawrence Thomas. He caught a 15-yard pass out of the backfield, nearly breaking it for a touchdown. Little-known fact: Thomas was a fullback early in his career with Michigan State, where he blocked for Le'Veon Bell. "Oh, that was amazing. It was pretty exciting to have the ball in my hands," said Thomas, who set up a TD.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets injury report: The X-ray room at MetLife Stadium was a popular place. RB Matt Forte (toe), LB Josh Martin (ankle) and WR Charone Peake (ankle) underwent post-game X-rays. Coach Todd Bowles didn't provide updates.

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Scherzer leads Nats past Mets (0:42)

Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer 

Odell Beckham Jr. now has 947.6 PPR fantasy points in the first 45 games of his NFL career, most by any wide receiver since at least 1950.

ESPN Stats & Info

Manning's play a silver lining for Giants?

Big Blue couldn't complete the comeback, but the effort won't go for nothing if Eli Manning can maintain the magic he discovered in the fourth quarter Sunday. It was by far Manning's most productive 15-minute period this season.

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OBJ doesn't back off of TD celebrations (0:50)

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets coach Todd Bowles said the team discussed President Trump's comments last night at their team meeting: "Yes, we had a long talk. We had a big talk. It bothered some guys and we had a long talk about it. Everybody aired their differences and we talked about it and we came out as a team today, unified."

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