New York Teams

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Eli Manning: "It's frustrating. It's not the style of football I'm used to playing." He mentioned not being able to move and complete the ball, especially in the second half.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets coach Todd Bowles provided a salty response when asked if his 4-6 team needs to win out to make the playoffs. "Excuse the language," he said, "but that's probably a no-s—- statement."

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Martin proud of Tigers' resiliency (2:47)
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Nurkic stays active in Blazers win (0:40)
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Dinwiddie connects from way downtown (0:21)
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Commentators appreciate their custom jerseys (0:29)
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McCollum steps back over Turner (0:19)

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

RB Matt Forte (knee) returned to practice Friday and could play Sunday for the Jets. He's listed as questionable. He was limited in his first practice in three weeks, but this is definitely a positive step. Coach Todd Bowles said it will be a game-time decision. DE Mo Wilkerson (foot/shoulder) and RG Brian Winters (abdomen) both are questionable. Look for them to play. CB Morris Claiborne (foot) practiced fully and is cleared to play.

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Bank is open for Porter and Missouri (0:29)
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Hollis-Jefferson climbs and slams a jam (0:24)
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Zeller rejects McCollum's layup (0:15)

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Solid all-around half for Jontay Porter against St. John's. Was good defensively, hit a 3 from the top of the key, put it on the deck a little bit, should've had more than one assist. High IQ.

ESPN Stats & Info

Eli on the wrong side of history

Eli Manning became just the sixth QB in the Super Bowl era to suffer 100 regular-season losses after dropping one to the Redskins on Thanksgiving night. He's also the first QB to ever lose 100 starts with one franchise, according to the Elias Sports Bureau.

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Owens rejects Robertson at the rim for St. John's (0:22)

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Prediction for Sunday: Unless the Jets signed a new offense during the bye week, this looms as a bad matchup. The Panthers rank among the league leaders in most of the major defensive categories and will cause problems for the Jets' inconsistent line. The Jets have allowed 204 rushing yards to opposing quarterbacks (tie-29th), hardly ideal when you're facing Cam Newton. The Jets also come up short when analyzing common opponents. Carolina's last three wins came against teams responsible for the Jets' last three losses (Tampa Bay, Atlanta and Miami). Panthers 27, Jets 17

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Final numbers for Giants offense in second half: 20 plays, 47 yards, 1 first down. That is with 36 yards coming on the final drive with under two minutes remaining.

1927 Yankees diary

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