Isaiah Crowell is expected to play on Sunday for the Jets

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As the Jets wrap up a three-game home stand, they’ll likely have their home-run hitter in the lineup.

Per multiple reports, running back Isaiah Crowell is expected to play on Sunday against the Vikings.

As Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News pointed out on Saturday night, Crowell went through the same practice-week routine this week as he did a week ago. Last week, he played with a foot injury. This week, look for him to do the same.

Crowell followed a 15-carry, 219-yard shredding of the Broncos in Week Five with 13 carries for 40 yards against the Colts in Week Six. For the year, he has 430 rushing yards.

9 responses to “Isaiah Crowell is expected to play on Sunday for the Jets

  1. We could’ve used a home-run hitter against the Dodgers. But now we’ll have to hope the Vikings don’t take over first place in the division today.

  2. Vikings fans are trying to act like they aren’t hella worried about this game.🤣 If the Vikings win it won’t be by much.

    I and everyone else will be watching the Bears vs. Pats game. No one watching that irrelevant Jets/Purples game outside New York and Barneyville.

    Pats by 6. Book it!

  3. freefromwhatyouare says:
    October 21, 2018 at 10:54 am
    Vikings fans are trying to act like they aren’t hella worried about this game.🤣 If the Vikings win it won’t be by much.

    I and everyone else will be watching the Bears vs. Pats game. No one watching that irrelevant Jets/Purples game outside New York and Barneyville.
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    You don’t care so much about the Vikings that you post on every one of their news lines. Sure. Ok. Worried is not a term any vikings fan is using about this game. It’s still the NFL. Turnovers could happen. Jets could win. But worried? Nope.

  4. This is Jets thread. I have NEVER posted in a Vikings thread.

    Cool story though bruh👌

    Good luck today little one.

  5. I don’t know how much experience the Jets have against a vaunted defense. Not many teams outside the North Division have the privilege and honor of facing a vaunted defense. We’ll see how they fare.

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