Seahawks vs Jets: Final Week 4 injury and weather report

For the upcoming Seahawks vs Jets Week 4 matchup, here is the final injury report for both teams, weather update, and everything you need to know about today’s game.

On Sunday, October, 2nd 2016, at 1:00pm ET in MetLife Stadium, the Seahawks vs Jets Week 4 matchup will be an interesting game, to say the least. The New York Jets are coming off an embarrassing loss to the Kansas City Chiefs as the Seattle Seahawks are looking to continue their momentum after making an example out of the San Francisco 49ers.

If you live in the New York area, the game will be locally televised on WCBS-TV on Channel 2. To watch this game online, the best way would be using NFL Game Pass as it gives access to every regular season game. For radio, tune into WEPN-FM, ESPN New York (98.7FM) or click here for mobile devices. Speaking of mobile, if you have an iPhone, download the official mobile app of the Jets as they have live play-by-play, stats, updates, videos, and much more.

Below you will find the latest injury report for both teams, courtesy of the Media Relations Department of the Jets:

Jets

OUT

Wide Receiver Eric Decker (shoulder)

Wide Receiver Jalin Marshall (shoulder)

Quarterback Bryce Petty (shoulder)

QUESTIONABLE

Linebacker Bruce Carter

Offensive Tackle Ryan Clady

Seattle Seahawks

OUT

Running Back Thomas Rawls (fibula)

QUESTIONABLE

Tight End Jimmy Graham (knee/back)

Linebacker Michael Morgan (hip)

Running Back C.J. Prosise (wrist)

Defensive Tackle Jarran Reed (hip)

Tight End Nick Vannett (ankle)

Weather Report

As per Weather Underground, it will be 66°F with a 36% chance of rain. Winds will be about 5mph NE. Fans heading to the game should consider bringing rain jackets, hats, and umbrellas if you’re tailgating or actually be in attendance for this game.

Enjoy the game everyone as The Jet Press will have immediate coverage after today’s game. Please feel free to follow The Jet Press both on our official Twitter account and Facebook page for game updates, analysis, rapid reaction and much more!

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