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FedEx Field, Landover, Maryland  Weather: 43°, Cloudy  Attendance: 56,426

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New York Jets at Washington Redskins

  1. The Jets have won their last two games against Washington after losing eight of the first nine times these franchises met. New York won the most recent meeting, 34-20, at home in Week 6 of 2015. There have been 18 different starting quarterbacks in the last nine meetings between these teams and that list will grow to 20 in the last 10 meetings on Sunday.
  2. The Jets defeated the Giants, 34-27, at home last week for their second win of the season, both of which were against the NFC East -- they also beat Dallas in Week 6. Dating back to 2015, the Jets are 5-2 against the NFC East, the only division against which they have a winning record.
  3. Washington is coming off a bye week after losing in Buffalo, 24-9, in Week 9. Washington has failed to reach 10 points in any of its last three games. The last time the franchise had a streak of three consecutive games with fewer than 10 points within a single season was in 1961.
  4. Jamison Crowder had 81 receiving yards and a receiving touchdown in the win over the Giants, giving him back-to-back games with 80+ yards and a score. Crowder, a fourth-round pick by Washington in 2015, has five touchdowns in his last seven games at FedEx Field.
  5. Adrian Peterson had 108 yards in the loss to the Bills, including four carries of 10 or more yards. Since Week 6 of this season, Peterson has 11 carries which have gained 10+ yards, tied for fourth most in the NFL over that span.
  6. New York is averaging 164.0 net passing yards per game this season, the lowest mark in the NFL. Washington is averaging 169.7 net passing yards per game this season, the second lowest mark in the league.
Team Comparison

New York
14.4 Points 12.0
191.8 Pass Yds 194.3
67.3 Rush Yds 89.4
12 Takeaways 11
(AP Photo/Phelan M. Ebenhack, File)

LANDOVER, Md. (AP) When the New York Jets take the field on Sunday, the Washington Redskins could see a glimpse into their future.

It's not pretty, but it's progress.

The Jets are enduring a tough season under first-year coach Adam Gase and young quarterback Sam Darnold they hope will be the foundation of long-term success. It's a reasonable blueprint for the Redskins, who this week named first-rounder Dwayne Haskins their starting quarterback and could hand the coaching reins next season to someone with more say over personnel than the previous regime.

This meeting between New York (2-7) and Washington (1-8) is Haskins' first game as the full-time starter and a step toward following the Jets' lead.

"You drafted him as a high first-rounder, and you've got to figure out what he brings to the table," Redskins right tackle Morgan Moses said. "We all know it's a business and obviously we have an interim head coach in (Bill) Callahan, and so, if he's going to be the head coach or whoever's going to be the next coach, you've got to figure out what this kid has."

Unlike the Jets, who started Darnold immediately after drafting him third in 2018, the Redskins have been cautious about throwing Haskins in the deep end after selecting him 15th in April. Since-fired coach Jay Gruden and Callahan leaned on veteran Case Keenum instead.

Perhaps that's because Haskins, despite all his tools at his potential, didn't flash the same NFL-ready look as Darnold did coming out of college. Washington's coaching staff got an up-close look at Darnold during joint workouts at training camp in the summer of 2018, and he looked prepared to get the nod right away.

"I thought he was ahead of the game," Callahan said. "I thought he was mature, he understood the game, he knew where to go with the ball, his decision-making was good and it's only getting better."

Darnold still has plenty of growing pains. Before beating the Giants last week, he threw nine interceptions in his previous four starts. And Giants rookie QB Daniel Jones - taken nine spots ahead of Haskins at No. 6 - has eight interceptions to go along with 15 touchdowns since taking over as the starter in Week 3.

Haskins has four interceptions and no touchdowns in three appearances, including his first NFL start Nov. 3 at Buffalo, but that's part of the process the Redskins are now diving into.

"Mistakes, it's going to happen, especially when you're a young guy at the quarterback position," Washington running back Adrian Peterson said. "You're going to make mistakes. Look at both guys in New York. They have had a lot of mistakes - way more mistakes than our young guy. The way that you keep that respect with the veteran guys is coming out, being on point and executing your stuff. That's what he's been doing. We're going to continue to ride with him."


Jets chairman and CEO Christopher Johnson gave Gase a vote of confidence earlier in the week, saying he'll remain coach not only through this season but for next season, too.

Gase was hired last January after three seasons in Miami and has a career regular-season record of 25-32 as a head coach.

Johnson cited the various injuries to key players this season, including 14 starters who have missed a total of 53 games, as a major reason for the struggles. He also insisted he believes in Gase being the right coach to help Darnold progress, and stability is a key for a young quarterback.

"It's absolutely important, but that's not why I'm keeping Adam, but it's certainly a component," Johnson said. "Changing systems year after year is just a disaster, for a young quarterback, especially."


The Redskins aren't just getting a look at their QB of the future but also the guy they hope is their running back for years to come. Second-year back Derrius Guice is set to play for the first time since injuring his right knee Week 1 and will make his home debut after missing all of 2018 with a torn ACL in his left knee.

"It's great to have him back," Callahan said. "I know he's itching to get back on the field and work and play. He's worked well the last two weeks and you can see his maturity and his maturation process only get better. I think the rehabilitation process takes you through that, puts you inward a little bit mentally and really take inventory about where you're at and how important the game is so that when those opportunities come back up again you take full advantage of those."


Jets safety Jamal Adams had the best game of his young career last week against the Giants, a performance that earned him AFC defensive player of the week honors.

Adams had a team-leading nine tackles, two sacks, two forced fumbles and a fumble recovery that he returned 25 yards for a touchdown after he ripped the ball out of Giants quarterback Daniel Jones' hands.

Adams, who made the Pro Bowl last year in his second season, joins Donnie Abraham (2004), Erik McMillan (1989) and Darrol Ray (1980) as the only Jets players to return a fumble and an interception for a TD in the same season. Adams had a 61-yard INT return at New England on Sept. 22.

"He may talk a lot," linebacker Jordan Jenkins said with a smile, "but if he keeps doing that, I can deal with it."


The Jets have been stingy in run defense this season, holding opponents to 3.01 yards per carry - the lowest mark in the NFL. That's after the Giants' Saquon Barkley managed just 1 yard on 13 carries last Sunday, the worst game of his career.

New York also leads the league with 69 tackles for no gain or negative yards, according to Radar360. The next closest team is Tampa Bay with 53.

"That's what we do best: stop the run," nose tackle Steve McLendon said. "It doesn't stop there. The work never stops. Like I always say, the gym is always open, so you (have) to keep working."


AP Pro Football Writer Dennis Waszak in Florham Park, New Jersey, contributed.


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