Jets

Sims: Breaking Down The Jets’ Injury Report For Week 5

Dustin Keller (Photo by Nick Laham/Getty Images)

Dustin Keller (Photo by Nick Laham/Getty Images)

Jets Central
Buy Jets Tickets
Thur Oct.16
Away vs New England Patriots
findticketsbtn Sims: Breaking Down The Jets Injury Report For Week 5
Sun Oct.26
Home vs Buffalo Bills
findticketsbtn Sims: Breaking Down The Jets Injury Report For Week 5
Sun Nov.2
Away vs Kansas City Chiefs
findticketsbtn Sims: Breaking Down The Jets Injury Report For Week 5
Sun Nov.9
Home vs Pittsburgh Steelers
findticketsbtn Sims: Breaking Down The Jets Injury Report For Week 5
 
Shop for Jets Gear
NFL Scoreboard
NFL Standings
Team STATS
Team Schedule
Team Roster
Team Injuries

NEW YORK SPORTS HEADLINES

Get our weekday morning briefs direct from the WFAN newsroom
Sign Up

By Abby Sims
» More Columns

The New York Jets are lean, and not in a good way. Excluding Santonio Holmes, who was placed on injured reserve following Week 4 with a Lisfranc injury to his left foot, the Jets have 19 players on their injured list — the most in the NFL.

Listed as out for Week 5, but likely lost for the season with an ACL tear, is Darrelle Revis.

John Conner (hamstring), Stephen Hill (hamstring), Dustin Keller (hamstring), Sione Pouha (back), Bart Scott (toe) and Bryan Thomas (hamstring) are all likely to be watching from the sidelines.

Following only limited practice and listed as questionable are Eric Smith (hip/knee), Aaron Berry (ribs) and LaRon Landry (heel). Look for limited time if they do play.

The Jets’ hamstring woes are clearly hampering them. Muscle strains are injuries that can be nagging. They take more time than is thought to be fully rehabbed and can easily be exacerbated by returning to play too soon. This can result in more time lost than might have been the case had healing been complete before play was resumed.

The 10 players rounding out the Jets’ injury report are all probable for this Sunday, but their injuries remain a factor. Playing hurt, clearly a part of the game, generally hampers performance in some way and may even exacerbate an injury, leading to time lost or further limiting a player’s effectiveness. It also has the potential to result in other injuries due to compensatory mechanisms or an inability to perform with the same speed, agility or strength as when healthy.

Look for a post on Lisfranc fractures and a review of the hamstrings in the coming days.

Follow Abby on Twitter here

If only this team could stay healthy. Sound off with your thoughts and comments in the section below…