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Seahawks should have Wilson for game against Jets

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Seattle Seahawks at New York Jets

  1. The Jets have won five straight home games over the Seahawks, with Seattle's last road win coming in 1983. Before the Jets' five-game home winning streak in the series, the Seahawks had won five straight road games against the Jets in New York (at Shea Stadium).
  2. The Seahawks beat the 49ers, 37-18, at home in Week 3. The 37 points were more than double the total points Seattle had scored in the first two games of the season (15). The Seahawks also hit season highs in total yards (418), passing yards (291), and rushing yards (127) last Sunday.
  3. The Jets lost at Kansas City, 24-3, last Sunday. New York committed eight turnovers in the loss, its most in any game in 40 years (since November 21, 1976 against New England -- 10). It was the third time in franchise history that the Jets turned the ball over at least eight times in one game (also October 19, 1975 against Miami -- 8).
  4. The Jets lead the NFL with 10 giveaways on the season. The Seahawks have only one takeaway in 2016, tied for the fewest in the league.
  5. Doug Baldwin recorded a career-high 164 receiving yards last week against San Francisco. It was the most receiving yards in a game by any Seahawk since T.J. Houshmandzadeh had 165 yards against the Cardinals in 2009.
  6. Ryan Fitzpatrick threw six interceptions in the loss to the Chiefs, becoming just the second Jets quarterback ever with six interceptions in a single game. Fitzpatrick joined Joe Namath, who had three games with the Jets where he was picked off six times.
Team Comparison

New York
17.3 Points 20.7
273.3 Pass Yds 250.3
102.0 Rush Yds 130.7
1 Takeaways 3

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Russell Wilson has never missed a start in his NFL career and he is fully intent on keeping that streak going.

The Seattle quarterback is dealing with a sprained left knee but vows to be on the field when the Seahawks visit the New York Jets on Sunday (1 p.m. ET, FOX).

Wilson suffered damage to the medial collateral ligament while being tackled by San Francisco linebacker Eli Harold in last Sunday's victory over the 49ers. He began rehabbing the knee almost immediately and was a full participant in Wednesday's practice.

Wilson has started 77 consecutive games (67 regular season, 10 postseason) since entering the NFL and Seattle coach Pete Carroll said Wilson is "pretty determined" to play against the Jets.

"He's upbeat and feeling good and he's worked really, really hard to do everything to be right and he's going to go," Carroll said.

The knee injury is the second ailment to bother Wilson this season. He suffered a high ankle sprain in the season opener against the Miami Dolphins and played the following Sunday against the Los Angeles Rams.

The latest injury was much more of a concern as Wilson's left leg was in an awkward position under Harold's body as the tackle was completed.

"I was fortunate," Wilson said. "I don't think it was as severe as it looked, thank God. I think I'll be all right."

While Seattle (2-1) is concerned about Wilson's health, the Jets (1-2) are concerned about the psyche of their starting quarterback.

Ryan Fitzpatrick is coming off the worst performance of his career. He threw a career-worst six interceptions and also lost two fumbles in last Sunday's 24-3 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs.

"We lost that game because of my performance," Fitzpatrick said. "We don't really need to pin it or try to put it on anything else. I think that was pretty evident."

The debacle leaves the Jets in a tough position as the home game against the Seahawks is followed by back-to-back road tests against the Pittsburgh Steelers and Arizona Cardinals.

New York is already two games behind the first-place New England Patriots in the AFC East, but receiver Brandon Marshall doesn't see any signs of panic.

"It sucks losing, but it feels good to see the reaction -- that coaches and players are angry and you're looking at each other and you're holding each other accountable," Marshall said. "Like, 'what's the problem?' We need to fix it. That's what I love about this locker room."

Marshall won't have sidekick Eric Decker on the field with him Sunday after an MRI exam revealed that Decker has a partially torn rotator cuff. New York coach Todd Bowles termed Decker's status as "week-to-week."

The loss of Decker, Fitzpatrick's turnover issues and a Seattle pass defense (ranked second at 162.7 yards per game) led by cornerback Richard Sherman could mean even more work for running back Matt Forte.

The 30-year-old Forte ranks sixth in the NFL with 261 rushing yards. The veteran who signed with the Jets in the offseason has handled the ball 76 times (67 rushes, nine receptions) through three games.

The Seahawks are allowing a league-low 250.3 yards per game as they continue to use a formula that has seen the club go 48-19 in the regular season since Wilson became quarterback.

Marshawn Lynch is in retirement and starting running back Thomas Rawls suffered a fibula injury, but third-year back Christine Michael has a 5.2 average and is displaying signs that he's ready for the starting role. Michael had a career-best 106 yards and scored two touchdowns against San Francisco.

"We always knew that he had it in him," Seahawks receiver Doug Baldwin said. "Sometimes you just have to evolve with the offense and evolve with yourself as you get older."

Baldwin is off to a strong start with 20 receptions for 276 yards and two touchdowns. He had a touchdown catch among eight receptions for a career-best 164 yards against the 49ers.

The Jets are allowing 355.7 yards per game and receiving strong play from emerging second-year defensive tackle Leonard Williams, who has three sacks.

This is only the second meeting in the past 12 seasons between the clubs and the first in New Jersey since 2004. Seattle holds a 10-8 series edge.

Updated September 30, 2016

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