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1-1, 2nd in AFC East

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets' 2017 draft took another hit, with the news Wednesday that WR ArDarius Stewart was waived. This means four of the nine picks are gone, including WR Chad Hansen (fourth), LB Dylan Donahue (fifth) and CB Jeremy Clark (sixth). You know what makes it worse? RB Kareem Hunt and WR Chris Godwin still were on the board when they picked Stewart. He seemed like a good fit in a West Coast offense because of his YAC skills, but he never embraced coaching. It'll be interesting to see if he returns on the practice squad.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets-Browns injury report: The Jets will be without S Marcus Maye for the third straight game. With TE Neal Sterling out, they're thin at tight end/fullback.

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Bowles: Stop the run

Jets HC Todd Bowles says they need to concentrate on stopping the run all season long.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets injury report: LB Josh Martin and TE Neal Sterling have been ruled out. Coach Todd Bowles refused to rule out S Marcus Maye even though he's not expected to play. Bowles said Maye has been dealing with an issue on the bottom of his foot, although he declined to be specific. Asked if Maye's injury could require surgery, Bowles said, "It shouldn't, no. He'll be ready when he's ready."

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets practice report (early version): S Marcus Maye (foot) isn't practicing, meaning he probably will miss his third straight game. LB Josh Martin, who suffered a concussion in the third preseason game, participated during the open portion of practice — an encouraging sign.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Browns coach Hue Jackson, on a conference call with the New York media, dodged a question on why they picked Baker Mayfield over Sam Darnold: "I don't think at this point that really matters. More than anything, what Sam is doing is he's proving he can play in this league as a starter right now for the New York Jets. We have a very young, talented player that we feel real good about who, at some point in time, will get an opportunity to showcase his talent and ability."

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Todd Bowles is now a member of the 50 Club — one of seven Jets head coaches who reached the 50-game mark. How he stacks up after 50 regular-season games: Herm Edwards (27-23, 1-2 playoffs), Rex Ryan (26-24, 4-2), Joe Walton (26-24, 0-1), Todd Bowles (21-29, 0-0), Bruce Coslet (19-31, 0-1), Walt Michaels (19-31, 0-0), Weeb Ewbank (19-27-4, 0-0)

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Sam Darnold was passed over by the Browns in the draft, but it doesn't sound like he carries a grudge. Asked if he wants to prove a point on Thursday night, he said, "No, I'm just trying to go out there and play ball." Actually, he was complimentary of the Browns. He spent a lot of time with team officials before the draft. "What coach (Hue) Jackson is capable of and what their whole coaching staff is capable of is nothing short of a championship. I'm really excited to play against them. I have great respect for their coaching staff and whole organization."

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

During most of the pre-draft process, Sam Darnold was considered a lock to be picked by the Browns at No. 1 overall. Now he faces them on Thursday night.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets injury report: Keep in mind, today was a pseudo practice.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets practice report (early version): With a game on Thursday, the Jets are practicing today — a light, walk-through-type workout. No sign of TE Neal Sterling (concussion), who probably won't play against the Browns. WR ArDarius Stewart is back from a two-game PED suspension, but he's still not on the 53-man roster.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Film breakdown of Miami's third-and-19 conversion: The Jets were aggressive, perhaps too aggressive, considering the down and distance. They rushed six, with S Jamal Adams making it seven on a delayed blitz. Miami blocked it with six, allowing RB Frank Gore to leak out of the backfield. Who blew the coverage? It had to be Adams or LB Darron Lee (blitzing). With seven rushing, and with the three corners in man-to-man coverage downfield (single-high safety), the middle was wide open. Why blitz? The Jets probably wanted to keep Miami (at the NY 45) out of FG range by forcing a quick throw. It backfired.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets stock watch: UP — WR Quincy Enunwa (another strong game), S Jamal Adams (playmaker), DE Henry Anderson (steal from Colts), LB Brandon Copeland (good pressure); DOWN — offensive line (no run game), WR Robby Anderson (fumble), CB Buster Skrine (Miami curse lives), TE Chris Herndon (dropsies), WR Terrelle Pryor (drop, bad route on INT).

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets playing time (defense): They went with a tight rotation, as only 14 players got real time. Oddest of all: They used only five DBs (not counting J.J. Wilcox's three-snap cameo). LB Kevin Pierre-Louis was limited to special teams in his Jets debut.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets playing time (offense): Returning from an abdominal injury, Jermaine Kearse was WR4, playing mostly on third down. He was eased in as he regains his conditioning. How will they handle PT now that all four are healthy and ready?

Team Stats

Passing Yards250.015th
Rushing Yards105.516th
Points For30.07th
Points Against18.5Tied-6th

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