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Video: Jets Rebound for 34-27 Win Over the Giants

A week after losing to the winless Dolphins, the Jets rebounded for a big win over the neighbors in the Giants 34-27.

Here’s the games highlights:

NFL Week 10 Inactives: Giants vs Jets

Here are today’s inactives for the battle of New York between the Giants and Jets:

Giants:

TE Evan Engram
C Jon Halapio
DE Chris Peace
OT Mike Remmers
WR Sterling Shepard
OT Chad Slade
QB Alex Tann

Jets:

S Blake Countess
LB Neville Hewitt
C Ryan Kalil
OT Conor McDermott
LB C.J. Mosley
CB Darryl Roberts
DE Jordan Willis

Video: Jets Look for 2nd Win of 2019 as They Play Host to the Giants

The 2-7 Giants will be at home, but on the road Sunday when they ‘travel’ to play the 1-7 Jets at MetLife Stadium.

Here’s a preview from NFL Films:

Jets Defensive Leader Jamal Adams and Coach Adam Gase Air Out Their Issues

It took a week, a number of social media posts and multiple media sessions, but the Jets’ decision-makers and Pro Bowl safety Jamal Adams finally cleared the air, the New York Post reports.

On Monday, Adams said he sat down with coach Adam Gase and general manager Joe Douglas to discuss his frustration and disappointment with them for talking to other teams about moving him.

“We just cleared it up. He apologized, I apologized and we’re good,” Adams said of Douglas. “It’s simple.”

When asked how he is feeling about the talk, Adams said: “I’m smiling. I’m good.”

The Friday before the Oct. 29 trade deadline, Adams met with Gase and Douglas and expressed his interest in being a Jet long-term. On Monday, his agent told him the team was shopping him.

After the Jets opted to keep the young star following discussions with the Cowboys and Ravens, Adams tweeted Douglas “went behind my back.” He told reporters the next day “it hurt me” and he was unsure about his future with the Jets. Douglas and Gase tried to talk to Adams, but he didn’t want to discuss the matter with them, saying he needed time and instead spoke to owner Christopher Johnson last Thursday.

They finally talked on Monday.

“It was a good talk. It went well,” Adams said. “I told them, I don’t hate those guys. I have nothing but respect for them. We’ve moved on, we apologized to each other. We went about it in a little different way on both ends and it is what it is. You live and you learn. It’s not going to hurt our relationship or how I feel about this organization or whatever it is.”

“I would love to be here, man,” the third-year pro and former first-round pick said. “I want to bring success to this organization. I want to bring a Super Bowl to this organization. That’s why I feel like I was placed in New York, to pick up where my dad left off.”

Jets RB Le’Veon Bell Not Practicing Due to Sore Knee

Despite reports that the MRI on his knee Monday came back “clean”, Jets running back Le’Veon Bell is not practicing Wednesday according to Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News.

Head coach Adam Gase said Bell pushed to practice, but he’s “really sore” and the two sides agreed it was best for him to just rehab Wednesday.

The team promoted Josh Adams from the practice squad as insurance but Gase said he ultimately expects Bell to play against the New York Giants on Sunday.

Jets Promote Running Back Josh Adams to the Active Roster

The Jets have a new running back, as the team has promoted running back Josh Adams from the practice squad to the 53-man roster.

It was initially assumed that Adams’ promotion was an ominous sign for start Le’Veon Bell’s health but Schefter reports that the move was made because another team — perhaps the AFC East divisional foe Dolphins who just lost Mark Walton for the next four games — wanted to sign him.

Adams, an undrafted free agent from Notre Dame, actually led the Eagles in rushing in 2018 with 511 yards and three touchdowns in 14 games but couldn’t find a home on a NFL roster this season.

As for Bell, who underwent a surprise MRI on his knee Monday that even his head coach was unaware of, word is that he is dealing with an injury that is “not something significant” and should suit up for Week 10 against the New York Giants. But the Jets have not yet released the results of the MRI.

If he does need to miss any time, the Jets now have the 23-year-old Adams available as well as veterans Ty Montgomery and Bilal Powell.

Video: Jets Drop 26-18 Decision to Winless Dolphins, Fall to 1-7

The Jets hit rock bottom on Sunday, as they fell to the Miami Dolphins in Miami by a score of 26-18, dropping their record to the same mark as the Fins at 1-7.

Here are the highlights:

Jets vs Dolphins NFL Week Nine Inactives

Here are today’s inactives for the Jets and Miami for their 1pm affair in Miami:

Jets:

OT Kelvin Beachum
WR Josh Bellamy
LB Neville Hewitt
CB Trumaine Johnson
C Ryan Kalil
S Rontez Miles
LB C.J. Mosley

Dolphins:

OG Shaq Calhoun
RB Myles Gaskin
S Reshad Jones
C Daniel Kilgore
DE Avery Moss
OT Isaiah Prince
CB Ken Webster