New York Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis will play against the Philadelphia Eagles later today despite the groin injury that has listed him as questionable. However, wide receiver Eric Decker has been ruled out of the clash.
According to Ian Rapoport on NFL.com, Revis will play against the Eagles today despite the groin injury which has limited his practice participation on Thursday and Friday this week.
The cornerback has been fantastic for the Jets so far this year, with eight tackles, one interception, and three fumbles recovered.
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However, the AFC East side will be without wide receiver Eric Decker for this game, as he is out with a PCL injury. He could be out for just one week according to NFL.com.
So far this season, Decker has been brilliant for the Jets, taking advantage of the attention been given to his teammate Brandon Marshall, the self-proclaimed one of the best receivers in the NFL. Decker has achieved 10 receptions for 134 yards and two touchdowns since the start of September.
Jets running back Chris Ivory is hoping he will play too. His quad slowed his production during Monday night's game against the Indianapolis Colts, so he will make sure everything is okay during pre-game warm up.
Whoever plays today for the Jets, they'll be hoping to move to an unanticipated 3-0 position in the AFC East, and end their nine-game defeated streak against the Eagles.