The New York Jets visit the Denver Broncos at Empower Field at Mile High in Week 7 of the NFL on Sunday, October 23 (10/23/2022) at 4:05 pm ET.
The game will air on local CBS networks and can be streamed live on fuboTV, Paramount Plus and other live TV services. Check the coverage map to see if the game will air in your market.
The Jets are 4-2 to start the season following their 27-10 victory over the Packers last week. New York went ahead with a touchdown in the third quarter, then put 10 unanswered points on the board to seal the deal in the fourth.
The Broncos have the opposite record, 2-4, following Monday night’s 19-16 overtime loss to the Chargers. The last time these two teams played, the Broncos shut out the Jets 26-0.
Here’s how to tune.
What: NFL Game of Week 7
Who: Jets @ Broncos
When: Sunday, October 23
Where: Empower Field at Mile High
Weather: 4:05 p.m. Eastern Time
Radio: ESPN 98.7 FM
Announce Team: Ian Eagle Charles Davis
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Associated Press article
FLORHAM PARK, NJ (AP) — Sheldon Rankins noticed a big change in Quinnen Williams a week into training camp.
The New York Jets’ defensive tackle was faster, stronger and more explosive from the middle. Practice after practice.
“Probably about three weeks into camp, I pushed him away,” Rankins recalled Wednesday. “And I was like, ‘Just do this, all year. Just do that. Do not do anything else. Just do this.
“And it has been doing so until now.”
Williams has been the Jets’ most consistently good player during the team’s surprising 4-2 start. After a mostly strong first three seasons since he was drafted No. 3 overall out of Alabama in 2019, Williams has teammates, coaches and scouts across the league taking notice.
“Let me tell you, man, that guy works hard,” defensive end Vinny Curry said. “He deserves everything that comes his way. I am so happy for him. Like I told you before, he was having a Pro Bowl season. But I think after the game (Sunday), I think we can all agree that he’s having an All-Pro season.”
Curry was referring to Williams’ performance in the Jets’ 27-10 win at Green Bay, during which lineman D had two sacks, three tackles, a forced fumble, two quarterback hits, a tackle for loss and a blocked field goal. As a result, he was selected as the AFC Defensive Player of the Week.
“I felt great coming into this training camp,” said the 6-foot-3, 303-pound Williams, who arrived much leaner than the previous summer while still recovering from off-season foot surgery. “I felt confident in my conditioning, confident in my training and comfortable in the scheme.”
And he has proven it.
There were times during Williams’ first three seasons when he would show off his power and speed in games, then fade a bit or blend into the mix of the defensive line.
This season, Williams has been a force, a presence offensive coordinators have to plan for.
“Between the whistles, he’s still smiling and he’s the same old Quinnen,” Rankins said. “So is he. But when he breaks the ball, he is pure dominance.”
Talk to most people about Williams in the last few weeks and inevitably they’ll all use the word “dominant.” She has spoken in the past about trying to reach that level, but she refuses to acknowledge that she is there right now.
It doesn’t matter how many people say it absolutely is.
“I definitely haven’t gotten to that word yet, man,” Williams insisted. “Just because of all the learning that I have to do, all the different things that I want to do and I want to achieve and I want to become. …
“But I definitely feel like I’m on the right track to become dominant, but I’m not quite there yet.”
It’s hard to convince everyone else of that.
Along with Williams’ five sacks, which have resulted in 43 1/2 yards lost, he has 11 quarterback hits, one pass defensed, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery this season.
“Quinnen is playing at a different level,” coach Robert Saleh said. “We’re only six games in, but he has to continue that. He’s got 11 more to go, but he keeps doing this, there’s no reason why he shouldn’t be Pro Bowl, All-Pro, all the different accolades he can get. He is playing at that kind of level.”
Even on special teams.
But is blocking a field goal as sweet as a sack?
“Not quite,” Williams said with a big laugh. “Getting a sack is much better.”
How about a stiff arm? I like it the nasty one that put on Tyreek Hill when he recovered a fumble against Miami two weeks ago.
“A sack nullifies anything,” Williams said. “You get to dance and do all these fun things.”
To his credit, Williams has routinely attributed his success to the play of his teammates on the defensive line, including Rankins, Carl Lawson, John Franklin-Myers and others.
Poring over the game and practice movie has done that, too, and correcting their mistakes, rather than celebrating their successes.
“I think it’s more like self-constructive criticism, self-reflection and different things like that,” Williams said. “I look at myself every day and I know the player I want to become.”
Williams, who is potentially gearing up for big pay next offseason, cited Aaron Donald, Fletcher Cox and Chris Jones as defensive linemen who have been consistent stars in their prime.
“I want to become that same person,” he said. “I want to be able to be on that path and become the same. … I have not yet reached the potential that I feel I can reach.”
And that is a scary thought for opponents.
“Listen, I honestly think there’s potential for him to be Defensive Player of the Year,” Curry said. “If he keeps doing what he’s doing, keeps hitting practice and playing at that high level, man, the sky’s the limit for him.”
NOTES: Rookie DE Jermaine Johnson (ankle) didn’t practice and Saleh said he probably won’t play. … LT Duane Brown (shoulder), LB Quincy Williams (ankle), WR Braxton Berrios (back) and S Ashtyn Davis (hamstring) were all limited. … The Jets re-signed OLs Conor McDermott and Chris Glaser to the practice squad.