The Washington Redskins and New York Jets are going nowhere fast. A pair of teams angling for a top-10 draft pick will meet Sunday afternoon, when the Redskins host the Jets in a nonconference matchup. The Jets snapped a three-game losing streak last Sunday with a 34-27 win over the New York Giants in the quadrennial battle between the Big Apple area's football teams.

New York Jets CEO Christopher Johnson is sticking with Adam Gase as head coach for the 2020 season. Johnson said Wednesday he informed the team last week that the franchise had already decided to enter next season with Gase as its head coach. The Jets are 2-7 in 2018 and in last place in the AFC East.

The New York Jets placed right guard Brian Winters and tight end Chris Herndon on injured reserve on Tuesday. Winters left Sunday's 34-27 victory against the New York Giants after re-dislocating his shoulder, while Herndon departed after fracturing a rib. The team signed linebacker B.J. Bello and cornerback Kyron Brown to the active roster.

The New York Jets could be without tight end Chris Herndon and right guard Brian Winters for a while. Winters left Sunday's 34-27 victory against the New York Giants after re-dislocating his shoulder, while Herndon departed after fracturing a rib. According to a Jets team reporter, Winters might be done for the season and Herndon will be out for an extended period of time.

The New York Jets may be 2-7, but one player on the team still believes they can make the playoffs. Quarterback Sam Darnold tried to rally his teammates following Sunday's 34-27 victory against the New York Giants by reminding everyone the Jets still “got a chance at the playoffs. Darnold knows the odds are stacked against his team, which is why he made it clear the Jets need to run the table for that to happen.

After looking at the New York Giants' final statistics in their loss to the Jets, there can only be one conclusion: Saquon Barkley is still hurt. How else could you explain Barkley's performance in the 34-27 loss at MetLife Stadium on Sunday in the contest between two struggling franchises? The 2018 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year and the No. 2 rusher in the league a season ago had 13 carries for 1 yard.

Bell is officially listed as questionable, with head coach Adam Gase telling reporters Friday it "looks good" for the back to play. Bell was dealing with knee and ankle injuries after Sunday's loss in Miami and had an MRI this week that revealed no structural damage. Bell, 27, has 415 yards and a touchdown on the ground, plus 40 catches for 242 yards and another score in eight games.

Gase is only eight games into his tenure with the Jets, but it's hard to imagine this stretch going any worse. Even considering that franchise quarterback Sam Darnold missed three weeks because of mononucleosis and an enlarged spleen, there are no good excuses for a 1-7 record and a loss to a Miami Dolphins team that appears like it's trying to lose. The Jets will have some tough decisions to make if their losing ways continue.

The New York Giants ruled out tight end Evan Engram and wide receiver Sterling Shepard for this weekend's game against the New York Jets, the team announced Friday. Engram is nursing a sprained left foot and will miss his second game of the season for the Giants (2-7), who will enter their bye week after facing the Jets (1-7) on Sunday (1 p.m. ET) in East Rutherford, N.J. Shepard has been sidelined since Oct. 6 with a concussion sustained in New York's 28-10 loss to the Minnesota Vikings.

The incompetence of the New York Giants and New York Jets will be on full display Sunday afternoon when these two teams square off at MetLife Stadium in one of the least watchable games of the Week 11 NFL schedule. The back pages of the New York tabloids already are having fun with the matchup, including this sports section cover from the New York Daily News labeling Sunday's game as "Dumpster Fire '19." Deion Sanders explains why Pats are still NFL's best team The Jets are 1-7, which is tied for the second-worst record in the AFC.

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