Jets injury report, Week 9: Bart Scott questionable for Seattle game

Doug Pensinger

The Jets really need all hands on deck against the Seahawks on Sunday, but may be without a few key players.

The New York Jets are coming off a much-needed bye week after dropping consecutive AFC East games against the New England Patriots and Miami Dolphins.

Now, Rex Ryan's 3-5 team will travel to take on the Seattle Seahawks, who are coming off a 30-20 victory over the sinking Minnesota Vikings.

The Jets, however, do have some injury concerns. Linebacker Bart Scott may miss his second consecutive game with a balky ankle after playing 119 games in a row. Scott was inactive against Miami and looks to be questionable as we head into Week 10.

Running backs Joe McKnight and Bilal Powell are also listed as questionable. McKnight has been dealing with a troublesome ankle injury that first happened against the Patriots and then was aggravated in the last game. Powell has a nagging shoulder ailment that has kept him out the last two weeks.

Safety Eric Smith is also questionable, as he continues to mend his knee injury.

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