Titans and Jets inactive players for Week 15

By Stephanie Umek
LP Field at night
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The most fun that I have had in the past week is talking with people about how many points will be scored in Monday’s game between the Tennessee Titans and New York Jets. Because to be honest with you, neither of them have had really good scoring games this season. They both have something to prove.

Oddly enough the Titans injury report looks a lot less populated than the Jets report does. Here is the listing for injuries for this week’s game.

The only players that will be sitting out of the game for sure will be linebacker Colin McCarthy (concussion), defensive end Scott Solomon (knee), and wide receiver Damian Williams (hamstring). Other players that are listed on the injury report include wide receiver Kenny Britt (knee), defensive tackle Jurrell Casey (knee), safety Michael Griffin (neck), running back Chris Johnson (ankle), quarterback Jake Locker (left shoulder), tackle Michael Roos (knee), and defensive end Kamerion Wimbley (toe).

All aside from McCarthy, Solomon and Williams are expected to play in the Monday Night Football matchup.

For the Jets, tight end Dustin Keller (ankle), wide receiver Stephen Hill (knee) defensive end Aaron Berry (hamstring and linebacker Bryan Thomas (chest) are all doubtful and you will probably not see them play during the game. Wide receiver Clyde Gates (concussion), defensive lineman Sione Pouha (lower back) and wide receiver Braylon Edwards (hamstring) are questionable.

Other players for the Jets that are listed on the report but are all expected to see playing time include; running backs Joe McKnight (ankle), Bilal Powell (shoulder and toe), defensive linemen Damon Harrison (ankle)and  Kendrick Ellis (knee), quarterbacks Mark Sanchez (lower back) and Tim Tebow (ribs),  offensive linemen Nick Mangold (shoulder), Brandon Moore (hip), Matt Slauson (knee), tight end Jeff Cumberland (wrist), linebackers Calvin Pace (shoulder), Ricky Sapp (ankle) and Bart Scott (toe), and defensive back LaRon Landry (heel).

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