New York Jets Injury Analysis – Quincy Enunwa and Marcus Maye

Ketul Shah looks at the injuries to Quincy Enunwa and Marcus Maye…

On Sunday, the New York Jets suffered significant injuries to two different starters in the win versus the Colts. It has been reported that both Quincy Enunwa and Marcus Maye will be out at least 3 weeks with a high ankle sprain and a broken thumb, respectively. Unfortunately, I don’t see any of these players returning in that time frame.


New York Jets Injury Analysis – Season Preview and Attaochu Injury History

Ketul Shah looks at Jeremiah Attaochu’s injury history and gives other updates on the New York Jets roster…

With a week prior the season debut on Monday Night Football, the Jets completed training camp relatively unscathed with major injuries only to Eli McGuire and Ben Ijalana. I wrote about McGuire’s injury here and was skeptical he’d be ready for the season. The Jets have went on and placed McGuire on the IR, making him eligible to return Week 9 the earliest. Ijalana went on the IR from season ending shoulder surgery and if more details emerge, another write up will certainly be on the way detailing the injury and rehab process.


New York Jets Injury Analysis – Elijah McGuire’s Fractured Foot

Ketul Shah breaks down the Elijah McGuire’s injury, how it impacts the backfield and when the New York Jets can expect him back…

As training camp begun, the Jets experienced their first casualty with RB Elijah McGuire suffering a fracture foot that will require surgery later this week. It has been reported that he will miss 3-6 weeks however I am very skeptical of that time frame as a fracture takes at least 6-8 weeks for the bone to completely heal. The basics of rehabilitation include facilitating normal walking mechanics, restoring strength, and initiating football-related activities. An additional few weeks could be necessary to improve  McGuire’s conditioning level as he is going to miss the entire training camp and preseason.


New York Jets Injury Analysis – Training Camp Preview

Ketul Shah runs through the notable New York Jets injuries heading into training camp…

With training camp approaching, let’s take a look at the current injury chart and the likelihood of these players starting Week 1.


New York Jets Injury Analysis – Coming Back from a Knee Injury

Ketul Shah on New York Jets players recovering from major knee injuries: Teddy Bridgewater, Chris Herndon, and Jordan Leggett…

As the offseason program begins, knee concerns have been the focal point for three potential offensive contributors this year: newly drafted Chris Hendron IV, apparent fan favorite Jordan Leggett, and possible QB2 Teddy Bridgewater. While there are varying degrees of differences between each diagnosis, there are common goals for success rehabilitation.


New York Jets Injury Analysis – The Return Of Quincy Enunwa

Ketul Shah with an injury analysis on the return of Quincy Enunwa…

Quincy Enunwa’s 2017 season was cut short due to a season ending surgery to repair a bulging disc in his neck. While he is on track to be ready for the upcoming season, let’s take a look at what his rehab has looked like after his surgery.