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JETS ROSTER VS SEATTLE
December 13, 2020

NOTES:

  • As expected S Davis, S Jackson, and G Van Roten placed on IR
  • CB Austin & TE/FB Wesco Activated off IR
  • WR Cager and S Hampton signed to active roster off Practice Squad
  • WR Scott and LB Dawkins elevated from Practice Squad (2nd time for both)
  • S JT Hassell claimed off Patriots Practice Squad (Inactive)

Total: 54 (Hassell is probably not "officially" on the team yet)
Available Roster Spots: -1
Players Listed as Out: 2 (WR Mims, LB Jordan)

Practice Squad Call Ups: 2 (WR Scott, LB Dawkins)
Game Day Inactives: 7 (WR Mims, LB Jordan, QB Morgan, TE Travis, OL Clark, DB Campbell, S Hassell)

Offense (27)

Quarterback  (3) 

  • 14 - Sam Darnold 6'3" 221 USC   (QB)
  •   5 - Joe Flacco 6'6" 240 Delaware (QB)    
  •   4 - James Morgan 6'4" 229 FIU (QB)  << INACTIVE

Running Back  (3) 

  • 21 - Frank Gore 5'9" 212 Miami (RB)   
  • 25 - Ty Johnson 5'10" 210 Maryland (RB)    
  • 36 - Josh Adams 6'2" 213 Notre Dame (RB)  

Tight End   (5)   

  • 89 - Chris Herndon 6'4" 253 Miami (TE)  
  • 84 - Ryan Griffin 6'6" 255 UCONN (TE)  
  • 85 - Trevon Wesco 6'3" 267  West Virginia  (TE/FB) << OFF IR
  • 87 - Daniel Brown 6'5" 243 James Madison (TE)   
  • 43 - Ross Travis 6'6" 248  Penn State (TE)   << INACTIVE

Wide Receiver   (7) 

  • 82 - Jamison Crowder 5'9" 177 Duke (WR)   <<<< QUESTIONABLE / ACTIVE
  • 19 - Breshard Perriman 6"2" 215 Central Florida (WR)  
  • 10 - Braxton Berrios  5'9" 190  Miami (FL) (WR/KR)  
  • 16 - Jeff Smith 6'0" 195  Boston College   (WR)  
  • 86 - Lawrence Cager 6'5" 215 UGA (WR) <<< Signed off Practice Squad
  •   1 - Jaleel Scott 6'5" 210 New Mexico State (WR)   (Elevated from Practice Squad 2x) 
  • 17 - Vyncint Smith 6'3" 202 Limestone (WR)  << INACTIVE
  • 11 - Denzel Mims 6'3" 207 Baylor (WR)  <<<< OUT (Personal/Family Reasons)

Offensive Line   (9)

  • 77 - Mekhi Becton 6'7" 365 Louisville (T)     
  • 67 - Pat Elflein 6"3" 303 Ohio State (C/G)   <<<<QUESTIONABLE / ACTIVE
  • 60 - Conner McGovern 6'4" 306 Missouri (C)   
  • 76 - George Fant 6'5" 322 Western Kentucky (T) 
  • 75 - Chuma Edoga 6'3" 308 USC (T)  
  • 69 - Conor McDermott 6'8" 305 UCLA (G/T)   
  • 68 - Josh Andrews 6"4" 311 Oregon State (C/G)   
  • 61 - James Murray 6'5" 304 Holy Cross (OL)   
  • 72 - Cameron Clark 6'3" 308 UNC-Charlotte (G/T)   << INACTIVE        

Defense (24)

Defensive Line  (6)  

  • 96 - Henry Anderson 6'6" 300  Stanford (DE)   
  • 95 - Quinnen Williams 6'3" 303 Alabama  (DT)  
  • 94 - Foley Fatukasi 6'4" 318 UCONN (DE/DT)  
  • 91 - John Franklin-Myers  6'4" 288  Stephen F Austin   (DE/OLB) 
  • 97 - Nathan Shepherd 6'4" 315 Ft. Hays State (DE/DT)
  • 92 - Jabari Zuniga 6'3" 264 Florida (OLB/DE)    

Linebacker  (7)  

  • 46 - Neville Hewitt 6'2" 234 Marshall (ILB)   
  • 44 - Harvey Langi 6'2" 250 BYU (ILB)   
  • 93 - Tarell Basham 6'4" 266 Ohio (OLB)     
  • 50 - Frankie Luvu 6'3" 235 Washington State (OLB)  
  • 47 - Bryce Huff 6'3" 255 Memphis (OLB / DE)  
  • 58 - Bryce Hager 6'1" 237 Baylor (LB)   
  • 56 - Noah Dawkins 6'1" 235 Citadel (LB)   (Elevated from Practice Squad 2x) 
  • 48 - Jordan Jenkins 6'3" 259 Georgia (OLB) <<<< OUT

Cornerback  (7)     

  • 37 - Bryce Hall 6'1" 202 UVA (CB)   
  • 31 - Blessaun Austin 6'1" 198 Rutgers (CB) << OFF IR
  • 23 - Arthur Maulet 5’10” 190 Memphis (CB)  
  • 27 - Corey Ballentine 6'0" 190 Washburn (CB)   
  • 40 - Javelin Guidry 5'9" 191 Utah (CB)   
  • 38 - Lamar Jackson 6'2" 208 Nebraska (CB)  
  • 26 - Elijah Campbell 5'11" 190 Northern Iowa (CB)    << INACTIVE

Safety   (4)   

  • 20 - Marcus Maye 6'0" 210 Florida  (S)  
  • 41 - Matthias Farley 5'11" 204  Temple (S)  
  • 29 - Saquan Hampton 6'1" 206 Rutgers (DB) <<< Signed off Practice Squad (1st Game With Jets)
  • xx - JT Hassell 5'11" 200 Florida Tech (S) << INACTIVE

Special Teams (3)

Punter    (1) 

  • 7 - Braden Mann 5'11" 198 Texas A+M (P)      

Kicker    (1) 

  • 6 - Sergio Castillo 5'11" 184 Texas A&M (P/K)   (Activated 1X)

Long Snapper   (1)  

  • 42 - Thomas Hennessy 6'2" 246 Duke (LS)

Practice Squad (14/16) 

  1.   8 - Mike White 6'5" 218 Western Kentucky (QB)   (activated 3+x - must clear waivers)
  2. 35- Pete Guerriero 5'10" 190 Monmouth (RB)   
  3.   1 - Jaleel Scott 6'5" 210 New Mexico State (WR)   (activated 1x)
  4. 83 - Josh Malone 6'3" 208 Tennessee (WR)   
  5. 81  - DJ Montgomery 6'1" 201 Austin Peay (WR)   
  6. 45 - Connor Davis 6'8" 260 Stony Brook (TE)
  7. 45 - Bronson Kaufusi 6'6" 275 BYU (TE/DE/OLB?)    
  8. 65 - Corbin Kaufusi 6'9" 276 BYU (OL)   
  9. 78 - Blake Hance 6'5" 310 Northwestern  (OL)   
  10. 79 - Tanzel Smart 6'1" 296 Tulane (DL)   (activated 1x) 
  11. 54 - Sharif Finch 6'4" 250 Temple (LB)
  12. 56 - Noah Dawkins 6'1" 235 Citadel (LB)   (activated 1x) 
  13. xx - Brady Sheldon 6'5" 231 Ferris State (LB)
  14. 33 - Zane Lewis 6'1" 190 Air Force (CB)  
  15. -
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Practice Squad Injured (0)

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RESERVE - INJURED (10)

  • 22 - La'Michael Perine 5'11" 216 Florida  (RB)    
  • 62 - Greg Van Roten 6'3" 303 Penn (G)  
  • 98 - Kyle Phillips 6'4" 277  Tennessee (DE)  (Out for Season)
  • 53 - Blake Cashman 6'1" 237 Minnesota (ILB)  
  • 51 - Patrick Onwuasor 6'01" 227 Portland St. (OLB/ILB)    
  • 34 - Brian Poole 5'10" 205 Florida (CB)   (Out for Season)
  • 30 - Bradley McDougald 6'1" 215 Kansas (S)  (Probably out for the season)
  • 32 - Ashtyn Davis 6'1" 202 Cal (S)  
  • 39 - Bennett Jackson 6'0" 192 Notre Dame (S)  
  •   9 - Sam Ficken 6'1" 192 Penn State (PK)  

RESERVE - NON-FOOTBALL INJURY  (1)

  • 71 - Alex Lewis 6'6" 315 Michigan (G)  

RESERVE - COVID  (0)

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RESERVE - COVID OPT OUT  (3)

  • 18 - Josh Doctson 6'2" 205 TCU (WR)  (Off Season Signing)
  • 63 - Leo Koloamatani 6'5" 305 Hawaii (G/C)   
  • 57 - CJ Mosley 6'2" 250 Alabama (ILB)    

RESERVE - PHYSICALLY UNABLE TO PERFORM (1)

  • 35 - Kyron Brown 6'1" 195  Akron  (CB)  

2020 PLAYERS NO LONGER ON TEAM

  •   3 - David Fales 6'2" 213 San Jose State (QB)  
  • 26 - Le'Veon Bell 6'1" 225 Michigan State  (RB)  
  • 30 - Jalin Moore  5'10" 212 Appalachian State (RB)  
  • 29 - Kalen Ballage 6'2" 231 Arizona State (RB) -
  • 25 - Trenton Cannon 5'11" 185 Virginia State  (RB)   - Released
  • 38 - Kenneth Dixon 5'10" 228 Louisiana Tech (RB) - Waived
  • 15 - Chris Hogan 6'1 210 Monmouth (WR) - Released
  • 18 - Donte Moncrief 6'2" 215 Mississippi (WR) 
  • xx - Keon Hatcher 6'1" 215 Arkansas (WR)  
  • 81 - Quincy Enunwa 6'2" 225 Nebraska   (WR)   - Released
  • 86 - Jehu Chesson 6'2" 204 Michigan (WR)   
  •  6 - George Campbell 6'3" 183 West Virginia (WR)  
  • 15 - Josh Bellamy 6'0" 208 Louisville (WR)   (Released from PUP)
  • 67 - Brian Winters 6'4" 320 Kent State (G)  - Released  
  • 70 - Ben Braden 6'6" 329 Michigan (G/T)  - Released  
  • 78 - Jonotthan Harrison 6"4" 300 Florida (C)
  • 64 - Brad Lundblade 6'3" 305 Oklahoma State (C/OL)  
  • 79 - Jared Hilbers 6'7" 305 Washington (OL)
  • 99 - Steve McLendon 6'3" 310 Troy (DT)  (Traded to Tampa)
  • 61 - Domenique Davis 6'2" 315 UNC-Pembroke (DL) 
  • 43 - Wyatt Ray 6'3" 250 Boston College (DE/OLB?) (Released) 
  • xx - Daeshon Hall  6'5" 265  Texas A&M  (DE) (Claimed off Waiver from Eagles, Didn't pass physical)
  • 66 - Sterling Johnson 6'4" 290 Coastal Carolina (DL)  
  • xx - Jordan Willis (DE/LB)  (Traded to 49ers)
  • 54 - Avery Williamson 6'1" 246 Kentucky (ILB)  (Traded to Steelers)
  • xx - Ahmad Gooden 6'2" 245 Samford (LB)  (Released)
  • 52 - Alec Ogeltree 6'3" 250 Georgia (LB)
  • 49 - BJ Bello 6'2" 230 Illinois St. (ILB) 
  • 58 - James Burgess 6'0" 230 Louisville (ILB)    
  • xx - Paul Worrilow 6'1" 230 Delaware (LB)
  • 33 - Jamal Adams 6'0" 214 LSU  (S)  (Traded to Seattle)
  • 35 - Pierre Desir 6'1" 192 Lindenwood (CB)    
  • 25 - Nate Hairston 6'0"185 Tulane (CB)  
  • 27 - Quincy Wilson 6'2" 193 Florida (CB)   
  • 45 - Shyheim Carter 5'10" 194 Alabama (DB) 
  • 33 - Anthony Cioffi  6'0" 205 Rutgers (S)  
  • 37 - Marqui Christian 5'11" 207 Midwestern St (S)
  •   x - Ian Berryman 6'0" 201 Western Carolina (P) 
  •   2 - Brett Maher 6'0" 190 Nebraska (PK)   

 

 

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DraftKings Line: Seattle -13.5

The New York Jets aren't getting blown out as often as they were earlier this season, while the Seattle Seahawks haven't "blown out" an opponent since defeating the Atlanta Falcons by 13 points in Week 1. Not exactly a runaway victory. 

But the majority of our writers figure it's finally time for Seattle to make a statement with a home game against a Jets team that just humiliated itself with a last-second loss that resulted in the firing of its defensive coordinator. 

Sure, Seattle just lost to the Giants, but Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson usually bounces back from poor performances (like when he threw three picks against the Cardinals in Week 7 or when he posted a season-low passer rating of 57.0 against the Rams in Week 10) with really damn good ones (he threw four touchdown passes in Week 8 and posted a 119.8 rating in Week 11). 

Now, he's likely in a bad mood coming off his second-lowest-rated game of the season, and it's hard to imagine a Jets pass defense that ranks dead last in DVOA keeping up with Wilson, DK Metcalf and Tyler Lockett. 

                        

Predictions
Davenport: New York
Gagnon: New York 
Kahler: Seattle
Miller: Seattle
Sobleski: Seattle
Tesfatsion: Seattle
Consensus: Seattle -13.5

Score Prediction: Seattle 34, New York 17

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I live in Seattle.  Expect them to come out strong.  They have taken a lot of criticism out here.  The usual is for the press and fans to give them the "they walk on water" treatment.

If the Jets can run the football, then a real game is possible.  But there is no way the Jets can cover Seattle WR's.  They are big, fast and physical.

And the Jets, like many coastal teams, do not travel well.

I'm expecting a blow out.

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5 hours ago, BleedinGreenNC said:

The pain of seeing Jamal smirk after the Seahags wipe the field with us

I’m fine with losing but I want Gase targeting Adams on multiple RB wheel routes, crossing patterns right in front of him and finally power runs behind Becton right at Adams. I want to see him exposed for what he is

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5 minutes ago, 32EBoozer said:

I’m fine with losing but I want Gase targeting Adams on multiple RB wheel routes, crossing patterns right in front of him and finally power runs behind Becton right at Adams. I want to see him exposed for what he is

Becton tackle eligible play throw to him and let him steam roll Jamal in the secondary. 

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3 hours ago, addage said:

I live in Seattle.  Expect them to come out strong.  They have taken a lot of criticism out here.  The usual is for the press and fans to give them the "they walk on water" treatment.

If the Jets can run the football, then a real game is possible.  But there is no way the Jets can cover Seattle WR's.  They are big, fast and physical.

And the Jets, like many coastal teams, do not travel well.

I'm expecting a blow out.

We will see, I think Seattle is not really a very strong team and teams are starting to figure out Wilson better. I don't expect us to win but it will not be a blowout

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I can't wait until Sam craps the bed against the NFL's worst pass defense this Sunday. 

Darnold believers and supporters will then have to go into hiding (forever) out of embarrassment; like Scott Norwood of the Buffalo Bills once did. 

And after this game Jets pass defense will rank below Seattle's pass defense after Wilson goes for 350+. 

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5 minutes ago, Defense Wins Championships said:

I can't wait until Sam craps the bed against the NFL's worst pass defense this Sunday. 

Darnold believers and supporters will have to go into hiding (forever) out of embarrassment; like Scott Norwood of the Buffalo Bills once did. 

And after this game Jets pass defense will rank below Seattle's pass defense after Wilson goes for 350+. 

Aren’t you just a ray of sunshine!🌞

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15 minutes ago, Joejet said:

Aren’t you just a ray of sunshine!🌞

I used to be a homer. Heck speaking of Sunshine I even once won the TGG Ray of Sunshine award back in 2008-2009...

RobA: "DWC was easily the most optimistic poster this year, guy made a new thread every week before the game to get everyone pumped up and talk about how we were going to win. I'm actually surprised my run lasted this long (I don't think I deserved this award passed 2005), happy to pass it on after 3 years. I'm far from the days of making playoff scenario threads with a record of 2-7". 

And ever since then I at least had false HOPE under Todd Bowles but Adam Gase? Nah. He's turned me into a Darksider who now has to root AGAINST my favorite team to lose just for a dream of a brighter Jets future; Adam Gase sucks the fun right out of you as a fan. He's poison. 

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5 hours ago, Defense Wins Championships said:

I used to be a homer. Heck speaking of Sunshine I even once won the TGG Ray of Sunshine award back in 2008-2009...

RobA: "DWC was easily the most optimistic poster this year, guy made a new thread every week before the game to get everyone pumped up and talk about how we were going to win. I'm actually surprised my run lasted this long (I don't think I deserved this award passed 2005), happy to pass it on after 3 years. I'm far from the days of making playoff scenario threads with a record of 2-7". 

And ever since then I at least had false HOPE under Todd Bowles but Adam Gase? Nah. He's turned me into a Darksider who now has to root AGAINST my favorite team to lose just for a dream of a brighter Jets future; Adam Gase sucks the fun right out of you as a fan. He's poison. 

It’s an important moment in every Jets fan’s life when he realizes no amount of positive vibes or magical thinking is going to have any impact on the embarrassment that is the NYJ. Better to honor truth and place facts over feelings.

This is a real important life lesson, also. Welcome to the dark side.

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14 hours ago, 32EBoozer said:

I’m fine with losing but I want Gase targeting Adams on multiple RB wheel routes, crossing patterns right in front of him and finally power runs behind Becton right at Adams. I want to see him exposed for what he is

Becton would Ragdoll Adams!

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Assuming they won't sign a street free agent at this point, I will predict the following roster moves for the game:

  1. If Bless Austin is healthy, he will be added to the open spot on the roster
  2. With Mims out, one of the practice squad WRs will be elevated - my guess would be Jaleel Scott - Cager doesn't have any more "free" elevations (IMHO Cager and Scott are the best 2 PS WRs)
  3. With Davis and Bennett likely out at S, Saquan Hampton will be called up from the practice squad 
  4. It's entirely possible Davis and Bennett will be IR'd prior to the game - if so, Hampton could be signed to the active roster

All that is wild speculation, of course

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1 hour ago, Sarge4Tide said:

Assuming they won't sign a street free agent at this point, I will predict the following roster moves for the game:

  1. If Bless Austin is healthy, he will be added to the open spot on the roster
  2. With Mims out, one of the practice squad WRs will be elevated - my guess would be Jaleel Scott - Cager doesn't have any more "free" elevations (IMHO Cager and Scott are the best 2 PS WRs)
  3. With Davis and Bennett likely out at S, Saquan Hampton will be called up from the practice squad 
  4. It's entirely possible Davis and Bennett will be IR'd prior to the game - if so, Hampton could be signed to the active roster

All that is wild speculation, of course

 

Wild speculation is what keeps me coming back to JN.  I salute you for the attempt!

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9 hours ago, jgb said:

It’s an important moment in every Jets fan’s life when he realizes no amount of positive vibes or magical thinking is going to have any impact on the embarrassment that is the NYJ. Better to honor truth and place facts over feelings.

This is a real important life lesson, also. Welcome to the dark side.

It's kind of like every Jets fan needs to go through a second puberty to become a grizzled, sarcastic, pessimistic SOJF. 

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10 minutes ago, CTJetsFan said:

So, basically you're saying I should take the over on Wilson & Metcalf for yards and TDs?

Here's the "danger" with this kind of bet. Wilson is such an absolute stud, Lockett or even David Moore could lead that team in targets/production any given week. The power of a true FQB.

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16 minutes ago, JetFreak89 said:

It's kind of like every Jets fan needs to go through a second puberty to become a grizzled, sarcastic, pessimistic SOJF. 

That moment for me was Vinny blowing out his Achilles. Losing the AFC championship was a gut shot to my sunshiner outlook, but that was the upper cut that knocked me down.

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Friday Updates

OUT:  WR Mims, G Van Roten, LB Jordan, S Davis, S Bennett
QUESTIONABLE: WR Crowder, G Elflin
ACTIVATED OFF IR: CB Austin

  • With 10 Offensive Linemen on the roster, we can probably go with the 8 healthy ones we have without elevating anyone from the PS
  • If Crowder is a no go, we will have to elevate a WR - Jaleel Scott probably
  • With 7 CBs and 2 Safeties, we MIGHT be able to go with that - especially if 1 of the CBs can play S (Or Hampton could be elevated from the PS)
  • With Jordan Jenkins out, we may elevate a LB, probably Bruce Hager who looked pretty good on Special Teams in his earlier game as active
  • Summary - we probably need help at WR, LB, and S for the game but can only activate 2 players
  • Still a possibility that 1-3 players will go on IR today or tomorrow, which would open up some flexibility/options

One other note: TE Ross Travis was added to the active roster but has not been active for any game.  Makes me wonder if another team was trying to poach him and the Jets were forced to add him to the Active Roster

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