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Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Aaron Rodgers (knee) will practice tomorrow. "That's the goal," Packers coach Mike McCarthy said. "He's done a ton of work with the strength staff and the training staff. Hopefully he'll get out there tomorrow and have similar work (to last Saturday) and we roll right into the game."

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets defensive snap counts: Rookie Parry Nickerson replaced Buster Skrine (knee) as the slot corner. Leonard Williams wasn't credited with a single tackle. Coach Todd Bowles said Williams drew double teams and created opportunities for others. He said he was pleased with Williams' performance.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets offensive snap counts: They played more three-receiver packages than it appeared. Actually, four receivers got a lot of playing time, with Jermaine Kearse back in the mix. Rookie Chris Herndon led all tight ends in PT.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Coach Todd Bowles was kind to rookie QB Sam Darnold: "I thought he grew up a lot last night. Going in, watching the schedule, after he won the starting job, I thought this would be his toughest game from a scheme/coverage standpoint because of the things (the Browns) do on that side of the ball. I thought he handled that well." Darnold beat himself up after the game, saying his performance was "unacceptable."

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

On a day-after conference call, coach Todd Bowles didn't express any anger for the pitiful performance. He said the Jets are "a young team" that needs to "iron out" some things. The penalties are "definitely on the players. I mean, coaches can't play for them." He insisted this a "tough-minded" team that won't let the epic loss linger into Week 4. I don't know about that. Losses like this stick.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets coach Todd Bowles said Friday morning he had no problem with the play calling on offense. He said they were "well-balanced." In my opinion, this was the first time that offensive coordinator Jeremy Bates treated Sam Darnold like a rookie. He was too cautious. Darnold attempted only two passes of 21+ yards; he tried to screen the Browns to death. Perspective: He also has only two attempts of 21+ yards in the Detroit. Still, it's not always the distance, it's tempo and decisiveness. Darnold admitted after the game he needs to be more decisive.

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Colts/Eagles: Adam Vinatieri needs 3 Fgs to tie and 4 to break MortenAnderseon's record of most made in NFL history at 562

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Packers at Washington: This just the 4th all time meeting between the top 2 QBs in the 2005 draft. Rodgers holds a 2-1 edge