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QB Lawrence to stay at Clemson? 'Who knows?'

Clemson QB Trevor Lawrence, who is the favorite to be the No. 1 pick in next year's NFL draft, is hinting at staying in school for his senior season. "Who knows?" he said. "There's a lot of things that could happen."


Carlin: Jets need Lawrence

Chris Carlin reacts to Trevor Lawrence's comments about potentially returning to Clemson and says the Jets need to make this QB love them on 98.7 ESPN. Plus, we're getting closer to Steve Cohen purchasing the Mets.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Rumors are rampant with the Nov. 3 trading deadline fast approaching. DT Quinnen Williams has come up in speculation, but he's not being shopped by the Jets, per league source. Will they get calls on Williams? Yes. They did last year. Would they trade him for the right package? Yes, I think they would consider anything. That's how Jamal Adams got traded. But it's wrong to say they're actively looking to deal Williams.


Will the Jets change their structure?

How much have the Jets and Gase hurt the growth of Sam Darnold? Will the Jets empower Joe Douglas? Are the Giants in the same situation as the Jets? Are you excited for Steve Cohen getting closer to taking over the Mets? Did the Giants hold on to Eli for too long?


Top News Stories

Larry discusses the top news stories for New York sports on Monday, October 26th.


Sam Darnold on the Jets defeat vs. Buffalo

Sam Darnold joins the guys to discuss his coach giving him a vote of confidence, what went wrong vs. Buffalo in the second half and why he still believes in everyone on this team.

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Gase backs Darnold after QB's clunker vs. Bills

Adam Gase gave struggling quarterback Sam Darnold a pep talk and a vote of confidence after he posted one of the worst statistical games of his career in Sunday's loss to the Bills.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets injury report: DE Kyle Phillips will have season-ending ankle surgery. WR Breshad Perriman is in the concussion protocol. WR Jamison Crowder, who sat out with a groin injury, is having further evaluations today. Ditto, PK Sam Ficken (groin). LB Jordan Jenkins could miss some practice time with a rib injury, but is expected to play Sunday.


4 Yards Of Offense

Was the Jets defense any good in not giving up a touch down? How was the second half offense so terrible? Would the Jets be favored over the Cowboys? Does New York need Trevor Lawrence and Justin Fields?

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets stock report: DOWN — QB Sam Darnold (2 INTs, 120 passing yards, 2nd-lowest of career), WR Breshad Perriman (only 2 targets), LG Josh Andrews (contributed to 2 sacks), TE Chris Herndon (1 target); UP — RB Frank Gore (5.5 ypc), RB La'Mical Perine (1st TD), WR Denzel Mims (4 catches in debut), LB Neville Hewitt (10 solo tackles).


Hour 2: Dont Have My Back...Show Me

Keyshawn Johnson, Jay Williams, and Zubin Mehenti begin hour two of the show discussing the ridiculous play in the Cowboys game. Andy Dalton got rocked with a cheap shot and knocked out the game, now the Cowboys are down to their third string QB. Keyshawn and Jay wonder what is up with the rest of the team not riding for their QB and instead. just sat and watched. Mike Tannenbaum and Dan Orlovsky join the show to discuss the play and the state of the Cowboys after an embarrassing showing. Dan simply says, "Dont have my back..show me!"

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets notable snap counts — Offense (out of 51): RB La'Mical Perine 34, RB Frank Gore 16, WR Denzel Mims 41, TE Chris Herndon 26, TE Ryan Griffin 26; Defense (out of 72): S Bradley McDougald 49, S Ashtyn Davis 23, DL Bryce Huff 29, DT Foley Fatukasi 39, DT Quinnen Williams 47. ANALYSIS: Gore and McDougald are two vets who lost time to rookies. Fataukasi saw a spike in PT without Steve McLendon. Low TE usage.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets' defense limited the Bills to six field goals. It was far from perfect (422 yards allowed), but the defense played well enough to win. Asked if that could lead to locker-room fracturing, LB Tarell Basham said, "We can't divide. The offense needs us. They need our support. They need our energy. We will never separate or divide. We're a team."

Team Stats

Passing Yards159.932nd
Rushing Yards104.423rd
Points For12.132nd
Points Against29.0Tied-8th