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Video: Jets Look to Land Upset in Prime Time on Thursday Against the Ravens

Everyone is wondering if Ravens QB Lamar Jackson will be good to go for Thursday’s game with his quad injury, either way the Jets are looking to land the upset in Baltimore in a prime time showdown.

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Jets RB Bell Wont Be Disciplined for Saturday Night Bowling Trip

Le’Veon Bell won’t be disciplined for his Saturday night bowling excursion even though it was a bad optic. Adam Gase admitted Tuesday that he would have preferred that the veteran running back stay at home to fully recover from the flu, but the coach didn’t seem overly concerned by the situation, Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News reports.

Bell missed two practices last week before the team ruled him out Saturday afternoon for Sunday’s game against the Dolphins. He spent a couple hours channeling his inner Pete Weber in the evening.

“We didn’t want him coming to the (team) hotel or locker room when he was still contagious,” Gase said Tuesday. “That wasn’t his fault that we said that he was still contagious. That’s what the doctors told him. I’d rather him not be… I’d rather him be at home just getting better, but that will be a conversation we have (later Tuesday).”

Gase said that Bell, who is having the worst year of his career, didn’t violate any team rules.

“What am I going to discipline him for?” Gase said. “I can’t tell him you have to stay in your house.”

Asked if he felt it was a bad optic that a sick player was bowling the night before a game that he had already ruled out for, Gase quipped, “Yeah. I would say so.”

The coach admitted that Bell did want to play in the game despite his illness, but the medical staff was concerned that he would spread the flu to teammates. The Seahawks and Patriots dealt with a flu bug that affected many players. The Patriots even took two planes to Houston a couple weeks ago to keep the healthy players away from the sick ones.

“He wanted to play,” Gase said. “But they told him, ‘You’re still contagious.’ They didn’t want him around all the other guys. They thought it would spread through the team. We didn’t want to have a situation like some of these other teams were having when they got 20 guys out during the week…. I know he didn’t feel great, but I know he was probably thinking I can still go.”

Video: ESPN’s Stephen A. Takes Issue with Le’Veon Bell Bowling After Being Ruled Out Sick

Stephen A. Smith explains why he has a problem with RB Le’Veon Bell allegedly going bowling until 1 AM after being ruled out by the Jets due to the flu.

Video: Jets Pull Out 22-21 AFC East Win at Home Over the Dolphins

The Jets needed all the points they could get, as they avoided a sweep at the hands of the Dolphins with a 22-21 home win.

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Jets Coach Adam Gase Says He’s ‘Unsure’ if Le’Veon Bell Will Play Sunday

Jets head coach Adam Gase says he is “unsure” if running back Le’Veon Bell will be available for the Week 14 rematch against the Dolphins.

Bell is MIA from practice once again on Friday for the second consecutive day due to illness.

The 27-year-old back has not missed a game this season despite playing through a variety of ailments that have kept him on the injury report.

Players in the NFL generally suit up despite illnesses but it sounds like there is a real possibility of Bell being missing in action Sunday.

Video: Jets Look to Take Down the Dolphins in Week 14 Home Battle

The Jets will look for some revenge on Sunday when they play host to the Dolphins, a team that took them down for their first win earlier this season.

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Jets Place LB C.J. Mosley on Injured Reserve

C.J Mosley’s lost season officially ended Tuesday when the Jets placed him injured reserve, Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News reports.

The Pro Bowl linebacker never got back on track after suffering a groin injury in the season opener.

He aggravated his injury in Gang Green’s shutout primetime loss to the Patriots in Week 7 and never returned.

Mosley attempted to hold off surgery, but he never felt right during his rehab. It also never made sense to rush him back given that the Jets are not in the playoff picture.

The Jets gave the former Ravens star a five-year, $85 million deal that included $51 million guaranteed in free agency.

Jets Can’t Slow Down the Bengals, Fall in Cincinnati 22-6

The Jets fell victim to the Bengals in what is the first win of the season for Cincy, falling in the jungle by a score of 22-6.

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