New York Teams

Kevin Seifert NFL Nation 

Plenty of time remaining in this game, but so far, the Jets have put forth the kind of effort tonight that gets coaches fired. Is it possible that the Todd Bowles regime has crashed and burned already?

Allen walks in for easy touchdown (0:41)

Dave Tuley ESPN Staff Writer 

Monday Night Football about to kick off (ESPN, 8:30 p.m. ET). The ViewFromVegas is the New York Jets are now 1.5-point home favorites over the Indianapolis Colts at the Westgate SuperBook, South Point and MGM books here in Las Vegas (though NYJ -1 is still the most common line) after the Colts opened as short road faves last week. The over/under is 48.5 points.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets had a moment of silence to honor the memory of Joe McKnight, who was fatally shot last week on New Orleans.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Lot 'O empty seats tonight at MetLife Stadium for the Jets and Colts.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

There's 18 minutes before kickoff and the crowd is stuck in traffic, fashionably late or they've thrown in the towel on the Jets?

Wall feeds Porter for a pair of early dunks (0:35)

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

A few Andrew Luck fans in the house at MetLife Stadium. Truth be told, there aren't many fans, period, in the house.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

No wind tonight at MetLife Stadium, so the conditions should be ideal for Jets PK Nick Folk. Jets special teams coordinator Brant Boyer is a former Colts assistant; big game for him and special teams.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

The Colts will be without three defensive starters against the Jets. Here are Indy's inactives: CB Patrick Robinson, S Clayton Geathers, LB Deon King, OL Le'Raven Clark, OL Austin Blythe, DL Lavar Edwards and LB Robert Mathis

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets DE Muhammad Wilkerson is active for tonight's game. The inactives are S Calvin Pryor, DL Steve McLendon, LB Lorenzo Mauldin, WR Jalin Marshall, G Dakota Dozier, WR Devin Smith and QB Christian Hackenberg. Rontez Miles starts for Pryor, Mike Catapano for McLendon. C Nick Mangold returns to action after missing four games.

Chapman set to earn at least $90 million (1:16)
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Nets escape Power Rankings cellar

Brooklyn comes in at 29th this week. The Nets' one-spot rise is a reward for their 2OT win over the Clippers. Sean Kilpatrick's Cinderella story has given Nets fans some joy this season. Week 7 Power Rankings

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Odell Beckham doesn't have to worry about seeing referee Terry McAulay again this season. An officiating crew cannot see the same team more than twice in a season.

Dave Tuley ESPN Staff Writer 

The Indianapolis Colts visit the New York Jets on ESPN's Monday Night Football. The ViewFromVegas is the game is pick 'em at the majority of Las Vegas-based sports books (7 of 13) on the Don Best odds screen after being between Indianapolis -1 and -2 most of the past week.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

View from the press box at MetLife Stadium, where the Jets host the Colts at 8:30 on ESPN. It'll be interesting to gauge the turnout. This could be a half-empty stadium.

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Betances to pitch in WBC

Yankees pitcher Dellin Betances has been confirmed for the 2017 World Baseball Classic in March. He'll play for the Dominican Republic team, along with Adrian Beltre, Robinson CanĂ³, Nelson Cruz and Manny Machado. Story

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Knicks rise to 15th in Power Rankings

Derrick Rose has overcome a slow start to lift his PER to a solid 16.6, while Kristaps Porzingis already has more 25-point games than he did all of last season. Week 7 Power Rankings

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