The injury-hit New York Jets ping -c 3 806b5d2d-f310-4014-a21a-d281f0f5ccff.ids.heibaidiguo.cn‘matchups’ he liked against Tennessee, but he has kept himself out of the headlines this week. How will he bounce back after throwing three interceptions in the opener?
The Jets (0-1) had plenty of excitement heading into this season, and with a 16-0 third-quarter lead over Buffalo in game one, they looked to be following through. But the rest of that game, and the week that followed, were nightmares.
New York lost that game 17-16, and now they’ve lost quarterback Sam Darnold, big defensive free-agent signing CJ Mosley, and first-round pick Quinnen Williams to illness and injury. Even All-Pro runner Le’Veon Bell is questionable.
Former Denver starter Trevor Siemian comes in at quarterback for the Jets, but expectations are low for the 27-year-old, who has managed 30 touchdowns and 24 picks in 25 games as a Bronco and did nothing in Minnesota.
Ones to watch
Cleveland have plenty of star names. Baker Mayfield will be in the spotlight after his rough opener, but considering he has Odell Beckham Jr, Jarvis Landry, and David Njoku around him, it would probably mean a positive day for the QB if his weapons are in focus.
After 17 carries against Tennessee, the Browns could lean even more heavily on second-year runner Nick Chubb to take the pressure off.