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 Asunto: The New York Jets' starting QB is TBD for Sunday.
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Sam Darnold and Josh McCown were both limited at practice for the second straight day Youth Dion Lewis Jersey , leaving it uncertain who will be under center at Tennessee.Coach Todd Bowles said Thursday that Darnold, McCown and Davis Webb each had snaps and ran the offense during drills."We'll see who's the healthiest," Bowles said. "All of them are taking reps right now and we'll make that decision as the week goes."It would appear the choice will come down to either Darnold or McCown, especially since Webb hasn't yet taken a regular-season snap in the NFL and was on the practice squad until Darnold was hurt.Darnold has missed the past two games with a strain in his right foot. He showed progress Wednesday by participating in team drills for the first time since being injured against Miami on Nov. 4. Bowles said Darnold had no soreness in the foot Thursday, and wouldn't rule out starting the rookie even if he's limited Friday."I'll see how he feels, how it goes and how he looks in practice," Bowles said, "and I'll make that determination."McCown is dealing with a sore hand and back. His right hand was cut when he banged it on a helmet during the Jets' loss last Sunday to New England. McCown played through it, though, and could be in line for his third straight start if Darnold isn't ready to play.Bowles didn't seem overly concerned about the quarterback situation and whether it puts the Jets in a tough situation by having two of them limited at practice at this point in the practice week."No," Bowles said simply, "we're good."New York got some positive news on the injury front with wide receiver Robby Anderson (ankle) and running back Trenton Cannon (hamstring) both returning to practice on a limited basis after sitting out Wednesday. Wide receiver Quincy Enunwa (ankle) had a full practice a day after being limited.Andre Roberts, New York's primary returner on special teams, was limited with a foot issue 鈥?a new injury Thursday."He was sore," Bowles said. "He was nicked up a little bit, so we kind of held him back some."On defense, it appears safety Marcus Maye will miss his second straight game with shoulder and thumb injuries. He didn't practice again Thursday and Bowles acknowledged "it doesn't look good" for the second-year player's chances of playing.Linebacker Jordan Jenkins (shoulder) had a full practice a day after being limited. There's nothing wrong with LeSean McCoy and Buffalo Bills' rushing attack, once they elect to stick with it.A week spent emphasizing how they weren't going to abandon the run paid off in a 13-12 win over the Tennessee Titans on Sunday. McCoy and backup Chris Ivory played key roles in setting up Stephen Hauschka's 46-yard field goal as time expired.McCoy finished with 85 yards rushing http://www.titansauthorizedshops.com/authentic-malcolm-butler-jersey , matching his combined total from his first three games, on a season-best 24 carries. And Ivory had 43 yards rushing, with 22 of them coming on Buffalo's 11-play, 47-yard final drive."Not by accident," coach Sean McDermott said, when asked of McCoy's 26 touches, including two catches for 23 yards. "It starts up front and then both backs played extremely well."Just like they drew it up, said McCoy."They told me they were going to get me the ball this game, that was the main focus," McCoy said. "Today we stuck with it."A week after managing 58 yards rushing in a 22-0 loss at Green Bay, the Bills racked up a season-best 141 yards against the Titans, including rookie quarterback Josh Allen's 14-yard touchdown run to open the scoring.The defense also played a key role in helping Buffalo improve to 2-3. The Bills forced three takeaways, allowed just 221 yards offense and limited the Titans to Ryan Succop hitting four field goals.Tennessee dropped to 3-2 and took a step back a week after a 26-23 overtime win over the defending Super Bowl champion Eagles."We talked about it all week, about not coming here and laying an egg," Titans safety Kevin Byard said. "But we did, and we lost, and we've got to get better."Rather than enjoy their best start in 10 years, the Titans blew a chance to take over sole possession of first place in the AFC South standings after Jacksonville (3-2) lost at Kansas City.Imagen
Marcus Mariota finished 14 of 26 for 129 yards and an interception.Running back Dion Lewis and receiver Taywan Taylor lost fumbles.Other observations from the Bills' win over the Titans:THROUGH HIS HANDSThe Titans' best chance of finding the end zone slipped through their fingers early in the fourth quarter.Facing third-and-4 at Buffalo's 23 Rashaan Evans Jersey , Mariota avoided the pass rush and scrambled to his left, where he lobbed to receiver Nick Williams, who was wide open in the end zone. Williams had the pass drop through his hands while attempting to make an over-the-shoulder catch.HELP FOR ALLENAllen finished 10 of 19 for 82 yards and an interception, while also learning he might be getting some veteran help. McDermott confirmed he and GM Brandon Beane have considered signing 12-year veteran quarterback Derek Anderson, but stressed "nothing is final at this point."McDermott and Beane were formerly with Carolina, where they both became familiar with Anderson, who spent the previous seven seasons with the Panthers. Buffalo is down to Allen and second-year player Nathan Peterman at quarterback after trading A.J. McCarron to Oakland on Sept. 1."I'm not going to turn any help away," said Allen, who improved to 2-2 in four starts.AILING LEWANTennessee's Pro Bowl left tackle Taylor Lewan aggravated a right foot injury in the second quarter and did not return.Lewan said he first experienced pain in his foot during last season's opener. The soreness returned following last week's win over the Eagles. He said he felt "something pop" on Sunday. Lewan said initial tests show no signs of a break, and he doesn't believe it's a long-term injury.JUST FOR KICKSFor the second time in three games, Succop accounted for all of the Titans' scoring. But this time it wasn't enough.Succop made three field goals in a 9-6 win over the Jaguars two weeks ago. Against Buffalo, he converted all four attempts, including a 54-yarder to match a career best. He's now hit 13 of 14 attempts this season.TAKEAWAYSBills rookie linebacker Tremaine Edmunds forced Taylor's fumble, which led to the Bills opening-drive touchdown. Defensive end Shaq Lawson forced Lewis' fumble, which led to Hauschka hitting a 40-yard field goal to put Buffalo up 10-6.Rookie cornerback Taron Johnson jumped in front of a pass intended for Williams for his first career interception. The Bills, however, failed to come away with points after holder/punter Corey Bojorquez botched a field-goal attempt late in the second quarter.


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