Thursday, November 25, 2010

Carson Palmer, Damien Woody Active For Thanksgiving Night Game

Carson Palmer and Damien Woody are both active and expected to play Thursday night when the Bengals and Jets meet in New Jersey.

Palmer took the field about two hours ago and warmed up, going through drills without any noticeable limp.

After spending the beginning of this week in a walking boot, Palmer returned to practice Wednesday.

He will need to engineer plenty of points with the Bengals' ailing on the defense side of the ball.

Roy Williams, Johnathan Joesph, Brandon Ghee and Rico Murray are all inactive, leaving Cincinnati's secondary in tatters.

Look for Mark Sanchez to throw for over 300 yards tonight without much difficulty.

Sanchez is expected to have the services of Pro Bowl tackle Damien Woody, who suffered a knee injury in Week 11.

New York might be inclined to come out running the ball tonight before opening things up.

LaDainian Tomlinson has come back to earth after a strong start to the season, while Shonn Greene has never really gotten going.

A fumble in last week's game nearly cost the Jets and could cost Greene playing time Thanksgiving night.

With kickoff still about 30 minutes away, sit back and enjoy your Thanskgiving dinner while watching the exciting finish of the Saints-Cowboys game.


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