Jets injury report: Eric Smith may return against Patriots

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The New York Jets didn't sustain any injuries on Sunday in their win against the Indianapolis Colts.

The New York Jets hammered the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday, running their record to 3-3 and doing so without suffering any injuries.

Gang Green has had more than its fair share of health issues this season with stars such as Darrelle Revis and Santonio Holmes already lost for the season. Perhaps the tea's fortunes are finally turning.

While nobody was injured against the Colts, New York still has a few players on the injury report headed into its Week 7 clash versus the New England Patriots.

Safety Eric Smith hurt his knee in practice and was held out of Sunday's affair. However, Smith is hopeful he'll be ready to go with Tom Brady on the other side.

Sione Pouha is also questionable going into next weekend with a back injury that has had the mauling nose tackle inactive for the past two weeks.

The availability of fullback John Conner and wide receiver Clyde Gates is uncertain as well.

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