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    Mangold- a game time decision- PFT

    Nick Mangold will be a game-time decision
    Posted by Josh Alper on September 30, 2011, 3:15 PM EDT

    Getty ImagesThe Jets will need all hands on deck to get a win in Sunday night’s game in Baltimore, but they’re still not sure if their All-Pro center will be in the lineup.

    During Friday’s press conference, Rex Ryan said that Nick Mangold will be a game-time decision thanks to his sprained ankle. Mangold is listed as questionable after limited participation in Friday’s practice.

    “He’s a legitimate game-time. Not one of those, you really know what’s going to happen and say he’s game-time. He literally is game-time.”

    Earlier this week, Ryan said that Mangold could play without practicing and also said that leaving Saturday, as opposed to leaving Friday last week for the game against the Raiders, would play into his decision about letting Mangold play. You’d imagine that the presence of Haloti Ngata in the middle of the Ravens line will also have something to do with the ultimate decision.

    Colin Baxter would start in Mangold’s place and the undrafted rookie didn’t do an awful job in Oakland last week. The Jets did seem to miss Mangold’s ability to alter the team’s protection schemes at the line of scrimmage, however, as the Raiders poured on the pressure while taking over the game in the second half.

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    night game plays in mour favor i azy mangold goes...if hunter continues to struggle hagain he needs to be benched.

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    Mangold's a pro, no way he sits out this game

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    [QUOTE=Buzzsaw;4167072]Mangold's a pro, no way he sits out this game[/QUOTE]

    I agree but worry that he could further damage his high ankle sprain. We need the guy , plain and simple.

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    Mangold the beast!

    I would like Nick to play just as anybody else, but as an Athletic therapist and Osteopath my head tells me he may not be ready and would be taking a huge chance of being out another 3 games if he re-injures his ankle. You would be surprised what another week of rest and rehab can do for an injury. I think he would make a huge difference in the Pats game with another week of treatment and not playing in the Ravens game. That being said, even though Baxter player reasonably well in the Raiders game, these aren't the Raiders. Go Jets Go!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:)

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    [QUOTE=touchdownjets;4167095]I would like Nick to play just as anybody else, but as an Athletic therapist and Osteopath my head tells me he may not be ready and would be taking a huge chance of being out another 3 games if he re-injures his ankle. You would be surprised what another week of rest and rehab can do for an injury. I think he would make a huge difference in the Pats game with another week of treatment and not playing in the Ravens game. That being said, even though Baxter player reasonably well in the Raiders game, these aren't the Raiders. Go Jets Go!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:)[/QUOTE]

    baxter had an ok first half and disgusting 2nd half..ive seen nothing that makes me forget about turner let alone mangold

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