New York Teams

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets are listing C Nick Mangold (ankle), CB Buster Skrine (knee), TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins (ankle) and RT Brent Qvale (neck) as doubtful, which means they're as good as out. This would be Mangold's fifth missed game in 11 years. DE Mo Wilkerson (ankle) and RT Ryan Clady (shoulder) are questionable. LB Darron Lee (ankle) and LB Bruce Carter (quad) are officially out. RT Breno Giacomini (back) could be activated, per Todd Bowles. Bowles refused to name his No. 2 QB.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

The Knicks say that Ron Baker (sprained ankle) is questionable for Saturday's home opener. Sasha Vujacic is the third point guard at the moment, with Baker behind him.

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Throw, don't run, on the Jets' D

Per ESPN Stats & Info, the Jets have allowed eight completions on passes traveling at least 30 yards in the air, tied for most in the NFL with Cleveland. That includes a league-high five touchdowns allowed on such throws. Meanwhile, the Jets are the NFL's second-best in rushing yards allowed (74.1), and their six rushing yards allowed to the Ravens last weekend was a franchise record.

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Fitzpatrick can't finish drives

Fitzmagic gets some second life this week, but 2016 hasn't been kind to the veteran QB so far. His 11 interceptions lead the NFL, and eight of those have come in the fourth quarter. Per ESPN Stats & Info, his four red zone interceptions lead the league, too.

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Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Interesting night for an ex-Knick: Tim Hardaway Jr., who was traded for Jerian Grant, has 21 points in 23 minutes for Atlanta tonight. Grant was subsequently dealt to Chicago in the Derrick Rose trade. They say it's unfair to judge moves in a vacuum but if Hardaway continues to play well, history may not look kindly on that Phil Jackson trade.

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Gardner among Gold Glove finalists

Brett Gardner is one of three American League left fielders named finalists for the Gold Glove Award. Winners will be announced on Nov. 8 at 8 p.m. ET on ESPN. Gold Glove finalists

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets DE Mo Wilkerson admitted his ankle injury, which sidelined him last week, is related to the surgery he needed last January to repair a fractured fibula. "It's a tendon by the ankle that's bothering me," he said. He returned to practice today, but his status is up in the air. He has only 1.5 sacks in six games. "It's not a one-man show, it's a team sport and we have a lot of games left to improve," he said.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets CB Darrelle Revis, who gets paid like a quarterback ($17M this year), said he gets scrutinized like a quarterback. "I brought it in myself by playing the game and the position at a high level for so long," he said. "It's almost like you're getting criticized like you're a QB and I'm a DB. That's how it goes. ... If a pass is getting caught (on me), it's just like a quarterback throwing the game-winning touchdown or the game-losing interception."

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Key points on the Jets' injury report: Darron Lee, Bruce Carter and Brent Qvale already have been ruled out. Nick Mangold is not expected to play -- a big blow. Ryan Clady told me he will play. Matt Forte was given a rest day; he will play. Brandon Marshall should be good to go. Bilal Powell and Mo Wilkerson are moving in the right direction.

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