NASHVILLE -- When Percy Harvin left the stadium last week, he was on crutches with what New York Jets coach Rex Ryan termed a "significant" ankle injury. He didn't practice much during the week, but he will play Sunday against the Tennessee Titans. Call it a minor miracle.
With Harvin and tight end Jace Amaro (concussion) back in the lineup, the Jets will be at full strength on offense for the first time in three games. Amaro should help in the red zone, where they haven't scored a touchdown in their last eight possessions. Also look for tight end Zach Sudfeld to have an expanded role. At 6-foot-7, he could be a red-zone option. Four tight ends are active for the game.
Safety Antonio Allen (broken hand) is inactive, which isn't a surprise. The other inactives for the Jets are quarterback Matt Simms, wide receiver Walter Powell, cornerback Josh Thomas, guard Dakota Dozier, guard Wesley Johnson and defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson (turf toe), who didn't make the trip.
The Titans' inactives are quarterback Zach Mettenberger, WR Kendall Wright, safety Daimion Stafford, tackle Byron Stingily, tackle Taylor Lewan, defensive lineman Mike Martin and linebacker Kamerion Wimbley.
Tennessee is a beat-up team, especially on offense. The Titans are down four starters, including both tackles, and they're down to their third-string right tackle, Terren Jones.