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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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NFL Week 13 Inactives: Jets at Bengals

Here are the inactives for today’s AFC game between the Jets and Bengals

Jets

RB Josh Adams
CB Kyron Brown
S Blake Countess
OT Chuma Edoga
CB Nate Hairston
LB C.J. Mosley
LB Paul Worrilow

Bengals

TE Cethan Carter
QB Jacob Dolegala
WR A.J. Green
OG John Jerry
CB Torry McTyer
TE Drew Sample
DE Anthony Zettel

Video: Jets Look to Improve to 5-7 As They Take on the Winless Bengals

The Jets will do their best Sunday to not be the first team to lose a game in 2019 to the Bengals, and they will head to Cincy to take on Andy Dalton and Cincinnati.

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Video: Jets Beat Up the Raiders 34-3 at Home for 4th Win of 2019

The Jets played their best game of 2019 on Sunday as they slammed Jon Gruden’s Raiders 34-3 at home to move to 4-7 on the season.

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NFL Week 12 Inactives – Raiders at Jets

Here are today’s inactives for the AFC battle in New Jersey between the Jets and Raiders.

Raiders:

LB Preston Brown
WR Keelan Doss
S Lamarcus Joyner
QB DeShone Kizer
C Erik Magnuson
DT Terrell McClain
OT David Sharpe

Jets:

S Matthias Farley
CB Nate Hairston
C Leo Koloamatangi
LB C.J. Mosley
CB Darryl Roberts
DE Jordan Willis
LB Paul Worrilow

Video: Jets Look for Fourth Win of 2019 in Week 12 Battle with the Raiders

The Jets are back at home Sunday as they will host the red-hot Oakland Raiders who come in two games over .500 with a mark of 6-4.

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Jets RB Le’veon Bell Slams the NFL’s Drug Testing Policy

Jets running back Le’veon Bell is fed up – and he’s speaking out about it.

Wednesday Bell slammed the NFL for the league’s drug-testing policy, stating via ESPN that he’s not being treated fairly.

“I done had 5 ‘random’ HGH blood test in 10 weeks,” Bell tweeted, adding that he wants the league to concentrate on finding those who are violating the rules and to stop coming after him “with those dirty ass needles.”

Bell spoke out to reporters in the Jets locker room later on Wednesday, again stated that he’s the target of the league’s policy.

“They’re not getting no more of my blood,” he said. “They can use the blood they’ve got now.”

Any player in the league can get tested six times in one calendar year.

Bell quickly took back some of his words when reminded that any player can get half a dozen tests.

“At the end of the day, if we have to cross that bridge when we get there, we’ll cross that bridge when we get there,” Bell said. “I’m saying right now, the way I feel today, when that tweet went out, that’s how I feel.

“One, I don’t like needles. I understand I’ve got to do it for my job or whatever. The first time we do it, I’m like, ‘OK, the test is over. I’m done with the needles.’ They do it again and I’m like, ‘OK, I get it. They did it twice, I can do it twice.’ But now it’s three, four, five times. Now it’s getting weird. It’s getting weird now. Like, why do they need this much of my blood? What are they looking for?”

Bell was hit with a two-game suspension back in 2014 after he was charged with marijuana possession and DUI. In 2016, he was suspended four games for missing a drug test.

Video: Jets Move to 3-7 with Dominating 34-17 Win Over the Redskins

The Jets played a complete game Sunday as they dominated the Redskins, pushing their mark to 3-7 with a solid 34-17 win.