WR Eric Decker, who has dealt with a nagging hamstring injury since training camp, is listed as questionable on the injury report and head coach Rex Ryan said he will be a game-time decision. Also a game-time decision is fellow WR David Nelson, who suffered an ankle injury against the Lions on Sunday. Nelson, who said he couldn't walk without pain on Wednesday, was limited in practice on Friday.
2 / 10
In his last two games, rookie TE Jace Amaro has seen an expanded role in the Green & White offense, while catching eight of the nine passes thrown his way for 112 yards. Look for Amaro to see an even bigger role with uncertainty at WR.
3 / 10
WR T.J. Graham practiced for the first time in Green & White Wednesday and has seen his role expanded because of the injuries to Decker and Nelson. If Graham is active Sunday in San Diego, look for him to show off his speed.
4 / 10
RB Chris Johnson was held in check in Weeks 2-3, but broke free in the fourth quarter against the Lions for a 35-yard touchdown run to pull the Green & White to within 7 points. He said that play could be a turning point in his season: "Anytime you have a big play or anything like that, there's momentum and hopefully I just continue to make plays."
5 / 10
RB Chris Ivory has been tremendous for the offense, rushing for 274 yards and two touchdowns through four games. His 5.5 yards/carry is fifth in the NFL, which means he's making the most of his touches out of the back field.
6 / 10
Since being ejected for an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty against Green Bay in Week 2, DE Muhammad Wilkerson has caught fire. He has 1.5 sacks in back-to-back games after not registering one in the first two weeks.
7 / 10
A lot has been made of the Jets secondary, which is the claimed to be the weak link of the Jets defense. Going up against the man who many consider the leader for the MVP award in QB Philip Rivers is a challenge, but CB Darrin Walls said he and the rest of the secondary are ready: "We know it's going to be a challenge, however, we're always up for a challenge. A lot of people don't believe in us and our job is to come out and get our job done. It just happens to be Philip Rivers this week and we'll be ready for him."
8 / 10
QB Geno Smith currently has seven turnovers in the first four games of 2014, which is something that has led to the team's 1-3 start. Geno said the offense called an offensive players' only meeting for the team to clear the air. Against the Chargers, Geno said he knows he cannot turn the ball over: "Ultimately it's about winning and making winning plays. Not turning the ball over is obviously something that's going to help us win so it's definitely something that we need to do and I need to do this week."
9 / 10
After a stellar performance on Monday night against Chicago, Jeremy Kerley wasn't as involved in the offense against the Lions, catching one pass for 3 yards. Offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg said Kerley needs a bigger role in the offense for the team to be successful: "I have to get the ball to him just a little bit more. With Jeremy, that is my responsibility, I was about to say something, but we have a game coming up. But that is my responsibility. I have to utilize him just a little more."
10 / 10
Greg Salas earned his spot on the team while displaying his dependable hands in training camp. During this season so far, though, it's been his legs that have brought a spark to the offense. Among all NFL receivers with at least five catches, Salas leads the league in yards per catch and yards after catch average. Look for this combination of hands and feet in San Diego.
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