Today's Jets vs Vikings live stream will see if newly minted starting quarterback Mike White can keep the Jets flying high. White helped New York to a 31-10 win over the Beas last week after head coach Robert Saleh benched Zach Wilson in favor of White. Now Minnesota presents another test for White and the Jets defense in this NFL live stream.
The Jets (7-4) made a much talked about change at quarterback last week as they opted to start Mike White over their second overall pick from a year ago in Zach Wilson. White made his coaches look smart immediately, leading his team down the field for a touchdown on the opening drive. White was near perfect on the 9-play 75-yard scoring drive completing 6-of-his-7 passes for 69 yards and the touchdown to Garrett Wilson. White would finish his first start since Week 9 of last year throwing for 315 yards and three touchdowns on 22-of-28 passing.
The only person more excited to see White’s early success than Jets’ head coach Robert Saleh is Garrett Wilson. The rookie 10th overall pick had only caught two touchdowns in his first 10 games and both came from Joe Flacco in Week 2 against the Browns. Now he’s coming off his second two-score game of the season.
While their offense may just be picking up, the Jets’ defense has been solid all season. They are ranked 4th in points allowed-per-game (17.8), 5th in yards allowed-per-game (308.8) and have the 6th highest takeaway total in the league (15).
The Vikings (9-2) have been one of the league’s elite teams all season long and last week they showed their skills to the country as they capped off the Thanksgiving Day games with a 33-26 primetime win over the Patriots.
Wide receiver Justin Jefferson tore up turkey day and the Pats’ defense for 139 yards and a touchdown in the win. He now has seven 100-yard games this season and 21 total in the 44 games he’s played as a pro. Jefferson now has the more receiving yards than anyone ever in their first three seasons in the league and he only needed two and a half seasons to do it. Jefferson has racked up 4,248 yards already in his career surpassing another Vikings’ receiver, Randy Moss who reeled in 4,163 yards in his first three years.
Minnesota’s offense is what grabs the headlines, but not to be overlooked is their defense, especially their linebacking core. Jordan Hicks leads the team in tackles with 93 and has three sacks on the season. Eric Kendricks is right behind Hicks with 85 tackles including four tackles for loss. Meanwhile, Danielle Hunter and Za’Darius Smith have combined for 16.5 sacks this season.
Jets vs Vikings Inactives:
Jets: Zach Wilson (QB), Jeremy Ruckert (TE), Ashtyn Davis (S) Jeff Smith (WR), Michael Carter (RB), Bryce Hall (CB)
Vikings: Luiji Vilain (OLB), Vederian Lowe (T), Christian Darrisaw (T), Ben Ellefson (TE), Esezi Otomewo (DL), Ross Blacklock (DL)
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