The IS Denver Broncos They are desperate to get on the winning road. At 2-4, it won’t be easy for Denver after this team’s recovery from the injury bug.
Meanwhile, the 4-2 New York Jets are coming to the Mile High City, and they are much luckier in the injury department than Denver. It’s hard to find a team with worse injury luck than the Broncos. ‘
How does Denver’s Week 7 injury report look? And what shape are the jets?
Let’s analyze the final injury report for both clubs that was released on Friday.
- CB Essang Bassey (hamstring)
- LB Josey Jewell (knee)
- DT DJ Jones (ankle)
- OL Quinn Meinerz (leg)
- DL DeShawn Williams (back)
- QB Russell Wilson (hamstring)
- WR Tyrie Cleveland (shoulder)
- RB Melvin Gordon (neck/ribs)
- CB Damarri Mathis (knee)
- TE Eric Saubert (mountain)
- OT Billy Turner (knee)
- CB K’Waun Williams (wrist/elbow)
Analysis: All signs point to Wilson playing Sunday, barring an unexpected goal. Keep an eye on Jewell. Despite nearly 20 hits last week, Jewell is not Alex Singleton the field general.
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- LE Jermaine Johnson (ankle)
- WR Elijah Moore (injury not applicable)
- S Ashtyn Davis (hamstring)
- OT Duane Brown (shoulder)
- WR Braxton Berrios (back)
- LB Quincy Williams (ankle)
Analysis: Losing Johnson is a blow to New York’s pass rush, but it is its biggest defensive threat on the interior with the likes of Quinnen Williams. As you can see, compared to the Broncos, the Jets are healthy and ready to roll.
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