Jets wide receiver Denzel Mims is set to make his NFL debut.
Mims was activated from injured reserve on Saturday after missing the first six games of the year with a hamstring injury. The hope for the Jets is that the second-round pick can help spark an offense that’s in need of all the help it can get.
Jamison Crowder is listed as questionable with a groin injruy, so it still remains to be seen if the team will have it’s top receiving trio — Breshad Perriman rounds out the group — together for the first time.
The Jets are expected to have quarterback Sam Darnold back against the Bills after two weeks on the sideline with a shoulder injury. Matching him with those receivers may not fix all that’s wrong with the unit, but it would seem to be a step in the right direction.
Offensive lineman Cameron Clark was also activated from injured reserve. The fourth-round pick had a shoulder injury. Kicker Sergio Castillo and linebacker Bryce Hager were elevated from the practice squad and Castillo is likely to kick in place of Sam Ficken.