Drew Coleman misses practice again for Jets

AP

Cornerback Drew Coleman isn’t a big name, but he was essentially lining up as a starter before hurting his knee in practice Thursday.  The Jets will have their nickel package on the field most plays and Coleman is their third cornerback.

The Jets list Coleman as questionable after he missed practice Friday.   His absence could highlight rookie Kyle Wilson’s struggles this year.  Coleman is being called a game-time decision, as is returner Brad Smith.   The Jets say it’s possible Smith could play offense, but not handle returns.  Safety James Ihedigbo (knee) is also questionable.

The Patriots look mostly healthy except defensive lineman Myron Pryor, who missed practice again.  Tight end Aaron Hernandez confirmed he’s ready to go for the game.

11 responses to “Drew Coleman misses practice again for Jets

  1. Won’t matter except that the Jets can add it to the list of excuses they’ll have after they get stomped like a narc at a biker rally.

  2. Kyle Wilson??? Hahaha Remember when all the Jets fans were saying they got the better corner in the draft by getting wilson instead of that kid McCourty no one had even heard of.

  3. Pats 36, Jets 27

    Pats add a safety
    Jets add a pick six
    Pats special teams have a big day
    Past TE have 4 TDs combined
    Woodhead and BJGE get stiffled
    LT fumbles on Jets last drive
    Sanchez runs for a TD

  4. If it wasn’t the Patsies they were playing, I would wish for the Jets to lose by 73. Is there anyway both teams can lose by 73?

  5. @ drunkendegenerate
    @nyjalleffingday

    So what do you 2 top experts base your pics on…history ? strength of schedule? coaching?..or that big ole Rexy gut feeling???

    So, when are the new and heavily rumored videos of Rexy, wifey, and others hitting the internet???///Could it be Cromartie trying for an even 10?…Though is nice of Rexy to share.

  6. Both teams have been remarkably banged up all year. I hope the game lives up to the hype! I fear that one or the other will capitulate in the first half. I obviously hope the Jets do that, but whatever. Remember, this IS the rebuilding year. This young team is set up to dominate the AFC for at least half a decade. The Pats biggest problem over time is how to replace Brady in three to five seasons.

    If the kids don’t S the bed on Sunday, the Pats are very likely Going to north Texas, and if anybody knocks out Green Bay, it could begin in February. It will end when BB retires. He might die on an NFL field someday. YEARS from now.

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