New York teams

Stanton piles it on with three-run jack for the Yankees (0:36)
Will the Giants or Falcons prevail in battle of winless teams? (0:54)

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets have ruled out RB Tevin Coleman with a non-COVID illness. He practiced today. In 2016, Coleman told ESPN he has the sickle cell trait, a blood disorder that can be exacerbated by high altitude. A member of the Falcons at the time, he wasn't sure if he'd play their game in Denver. He did, and played well. This time, it appears that it was a factor in being ruled out.

Can Jets overcome growing pains to beat Broncos? (1:04)

Lopez and Begley

Zach discusses the chaos in Minnesota, then brings on ESPN's Andrew Lopez to talk all things Pelicans and SNY's Ian Begley -- host of The Putback -- to preview the Knicks.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets are staring at the possibility of 0-3, but Robert Saleh remains upbeat as ever. On Friday, he said, "Call it a biased look at the film, but I felt like we played a really good brand of football (last week). We just turned it over four times, which in the history of football you'll never win." On Sunday, they will "try to showcase who we are." Here's the problem: While certain parts are doing OK, they haven't found the formula for a sound game of complementary football.

Stephen A.: KD is the best player in the world, without question (1:48)

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets OC Mike LaFleur said he's not worried about Zach Wilson's psyche after last week's bad game. LaFleur cautioned that there will be growing pains for everyone. "From the start when we got here, going into next year, there's going to be ups and downs with him, this offense, for myself, for everybody," he said. He said Wilson is "unflappable." The Jets have scored 20 points in two games.

1927 Yankees diary

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    "The Diary of Myles Thomas" is an experiment in storytelling, a genre we're calling real-time historical fiction. Experience the Roaring Twenties through the eyes of a mediocre pitcher on the greatest baseball team of all time.