Jets coach Eric Mangini said after the game Coles had a chin injury. It's hard to believe that the super-tough Coles would lying on the field for quite some time with a chin issue. He probably suffered a minor concussion. But he did come back in the game, so obviously it wasn't that serious. The Jets didn't compete a pass to Coles after his injury, but used him as a decoy to open up space for other targets.
Fullback B.J. Askew walked out of the Jets locker room with a patch on his eye. So now he has an eye issue to go along with a sprained foot, which he needs painkillers to play with.
Quarterback Chad Pennington scrambled four times for 26 yards, and told JC after the game that his calf injury is a non-issue. He has been on the injury report the entire season with this ailment.
Speaking of calf injuries, the Jets held Cedric Houston out of this game due to a calf ailment. He was really missed, as his replacement, Kevan Barlow ran 18 times for 36 yards. Barlow's surgical knee was heavily wrapped for this game, and still seems to be a problem. He recently said he's been playing on one leg. The Jets clearly acquired damaged goods from the San Francisco 49ers in the Barlow trade.
Cornerback Andre Dyson suffered some kind of knee injury late in the game, and his status for next week's game against Oakland is up in the air. David Barrett finished the game at Dyson's spot. He is battling a groin injury that has limited him to part-time action the entire season.
Guard Pete Kendall went to get an X-Ray after the game, but it doesn't seem to be for anything serious.
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