Well after the week one victory home versus division rival Buffalo the New York Jets were hoping to have back nose tackle Sione Pouha and safety Eric Smith to bring the defense back to full strength. While they will be playing today versus Pittsburgh, Darrelle Revis, Bryan Thomas and tight end Dustin Keller are all out. Kyle Wilson, Garrett McIntyre and Jeff Cumberland, respectively, should be getting the start instead.
Pittsburgh Steelers Injury Report:
OUT/Inactive: LB Stevenson Sylvester (knee), LB James Harrison (knee), S Troy Polamalu (calf), RB Rashard Mendenhall (knee), QB Charlie Batch, OL Kelvin Beachum, NT Alameda Ta'amu
Doubtful: (25 percent, or less, chance of playing): Mendenhall
Questionable: (50 percent): Harrison, Polamalu
Probable: (75 percent, or more, chance of playing): RB Jonathan Dwyer (foot), OT Mat Starks (illness) and DE Evander Hood (back)
James Harrison and Troy Polamalu were originally listed as questionable, as well as Rashard Mendenhall as doubtful, but all were ruled out when the list of inactives were released about 3 pm.
Doubtful: (25 percent, or less, chance of playing): none
Questionable: (50 percent): FB John Conner (knee), CB Isaiah Trufant (calf)
Probable: (75 percent or more chance of playing): WR's Stephen Hill (calf), Jeremy Kerley (back), Chaz Schilens (ankle), RG Brandon Moore (hip), LB's Nick Bellore (shoulder), Josh Mauga (ribs), NT Sione Pouha (back), DT Mike DeVito (calf), CB Antonio Cromartie (shoulder) S LaRon Landry (heel) and S Eric Smith (hip/knee)
The Steelers will have Ryan Clark back at safety after sitting out in Denver due to the altitude affecting his sickle cell disease. Regardless of all the starters out for both teams, there will be no excuses to not have the guys behind them, now starting, play well. Now it is up to the New York Jets to prove they can go on the road and beat a perennial playoff powerhouse.
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