NFL New York Giants vs New York Jets live stream Free Online NFL Week 10 Sunday Football 10 November 2019, NFL online live with HD quality on PC, Laptop, iPhone, Ipad and Android over the Internet. It’s Will be kick of at MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey, United States, Time 01:00 PM (ET) broadcast on NFL Network, CBS, Fox Sports, NBC, ESPN.
The Giants and Jets completed their first trade two weeks ago when the Jets shipped defensive lineman Leonard Williams across town for a couple of draft picks. Williams’ second game in blue and red will come against his old mates in green and white.
Williams was consistently criticized for not getting enough sacks when he was a Jet. He has yet to record a sack this season. He was never able to hit Sam Darnold in Jets practice, but now gets his crack at his former QB.
“That’s funny because I randomly thought in my head: What if I beat somebody and go to tackle Sam and I let up because I can’t hit him?” Williams said with a laugh. “But no, that won’t happen, though. I’ll finally get to tackle him. That’s going to be fun. It’s going to be great.”
Secondary issues: Both teams enter this game with concerns in the secondary. The Jets are missing their top two cornerbacks after Trumaine Johnson was placed on injured reserve this week and Darryl Roberts suffered a calf strain in practice. That leaves them with Nate Hairston, Brian Poole and Arthur Maulet as their top corners.
On the other side, the Giants rookie cornerback DeAndre Baker is going through some of his own issues opposite Janoris Jenkins. Baker will likely be targeted by the Jets until he proves he can hold his own. The Jets and Giants rank 24th and 25th in pass defense, respectively, giving both quarterbacks a chance to put up some numbers.
The Jets have spent the week talking about how to keep Saquon Barkley from killing them, both running the ball and catching it out of the backfield. The Jets are playing their sixth and seventh inside linebackers, so you can bet the Giants will try to get Barkley in space against them.
Barkley still looks like he is feeling the effects from the high ankle sprain that caused him to miss three games. He had just 28 rushing yards last week against the Cowboys, but showed some burst on a 65-yard reception in the game.
The rivalry between the two local football teams is a strange one since they only play once every four years. It is not like Mets-Yankees or Rangers-Islanders. The truth is the players are friendly with each other and don’t view this game as a bigger deal than others. It is more about the fan bases and the ownership groups. Neither team’s owner wants to lose to its co-tenant.
The Giants lead the all-time series 8-5. The Jets won the last meeting in 2015 in overtime after losing five straight to Big Blue.
The Giants are 0-5 SU, and just 1-4 ATS over their last five games. The Giants will be fighting an uphill battle on Sunday as they will once again be short-handed in terms of offensive playmakers. Wide receiver Sterling Shepard and mismatch nightmare Evan Engram have been ruled out for the contest due to injury. They aren’t the only starters the G-Men will be missing this week, as Center Jon Halapio will miss the game with a back injury, while right tackle Mike Remmers was held out of practice all week and his playing status is currently up in the air.
The Jets have been absolutely abysmal offensively for the majority of this season. Their 12 points per game are tied for the worst average amongst all 32 NFL teams. Since Sam Darnold’s infamous “seeing ghosts” quote he’s averaged just 188 passing yards and totaled just three touchdowns and an eye-popping eight interceptions.
The Jets did get some good news on Saturday, as it was announced that running back Le’Veon Bell will indeed take the field on Sunday despite carrying a questionable tag for the majority of the week. They will, however, be without middle linebacker CJ Mosley as he will miss his seventh game over the last eight weeks as he continues to battle a groin injury.
The Jets have won just one game SU over their last 11 contests overall, they’ve fared just as poorly against the Giants of late. The Jets are just 1-5 SU vs. the Giants in their last six games when they are deemed the home team.