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.

Among the suggestions below are a pair of bell-cow running backs facing vulnerable defenses and an underperforming tight end who's primed for a breakout performance against a team that has had trouble defending the position. TOURNAMENTS (GPP – GUARANTEED PRIZE POOL) QB: Kyler Murray, ARI at TB ($28): Murray has naturally been inconsistent as a rookie quarterback in the NFL, but the first overall pick in the 2019 draft has thrived in his better efforts, tossing multiple touchdowns in four of nine games while adding 35 yards per game as a rusher.

Le'Veon Bell has suffered no structural damage to his injured leg, handing the New York Jets a much-needed boost. Head coach Adam Gase revealed the star running back should be fit enough to face crosstown rivals the New York Giants on Sunday. Bell missed practice on Wednesday as planned due to the problem, but Gase explained the MRI he underwent on his knee and ankle came back with good results.

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Adam Schefter of ESPN reported Monday afternoon that the New York Jets and New York Giants have agreed to a trade that sends defensive tackle Leonard Williams, the sixth overall pick in the 2015 draft, from the Jets to the Giants. Bright side: Williams very likely won't have to move. Schefter said the Jets are receiving a third-round pick in 2020 and fifth-round pick in 2021 in the trade, though the '21 pick could become a fourth-rounder if Williams signs a contract extension with the Giants before the start of the new league year next March.

Let's take a moment to talk about the top-five scoring tight ends before Sunday Night Football in Week 8: 1) Ryan Griffin, New York Jets 2) Darren Fells, Houston Texans 3) Jonnu Smith, Tennessee Titans 4) Austin Hooper, Atlanta Falcons 5) Evan Engram, New York Giants Yes, on #NationalTightEndsDay, the top-scoring options were a who's-who of “Huh?! You can imagine how fantasy gamers would feel about this — so, we decided to ask: TE No. on that list, Jonnu Smith — who is currently rostered in just 19 percent of leagues —has now delivered back-to-back quality weeks while filling in for Delanie Walker, and he helped this fantasy player to what looks to be a solid victory: Unfortunately, this man...

The New England Patriots wide receiver posted an inspirational message to Instagram around midday Tuesday while his teammates practiced outside Gillette Stadium. If you look up, you can get up," Gordon wrote in the caption. Gordon wasn't spotted at practice Tuesday as he recovers from a left leg injury he suffered in last Thursday's win over the New York Giants.

New York Jets quarterback Sam Darnold is preparing to return from mononucleosis to start Sunday's game in Philadelphia, but he will yield to doctors if they determine that playing would risk his safety. "I wanna make sure that I'm safe out there, and that, you know, I'm not gonna die," Darnold told reporters Thursday with a light laugh. Darnold has yet to be cleared for contact due to an enlarged spleen, a common side effect of mono.

New York Jets quarterback Sam Darnold is preparing to return from mononucleosis to start Sunday's game in Philadelphia, but he will yield to doctors if they determine that playing would risk his safety. "I wanna make sure that I'm safe out there, and that, you know, I'm not gonna die," Darnold told reporters Thursday with a light laugh. Darnold has yet to be cleared for contact due to an enlarged spleen, a common side effect of mono.

Jarrett Stidham relieved Tom Brady with the Patriots holding a comfortable lead over the New York Jets midway through the fourth quarter, and the rookie quarterback immediately threw an interception that was returned for a touchdown. Brady came back in for the next series. Stidham made his NFL debut when New England took over with 8:41 left in the game leading 30-7.

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