Jets QB Darnold cleared to face Cowboys

Cowboys' Stephen Jones: Garrett 'absolutely not' on hot seat

Cowboys' Stephen Jones: Garrett 'absolutely not' on hot seat

New York Jets quarterback Sam Darnold will make his National Football League return in Week 6 action when the Dallas Cowboys invade MetLife Stadium.

Darnold was diagnosed with mono on September 11, three days after the season-opening loss to Buffalo. He was cleared for non-contact workouts last week and according to multiple media outlet reports doctors cleared him to play this Sunday.

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The Jets will look to capitalize on the return of their second year QB and hopefully get the Adam Gase offense up and running. After losing to the Bills, Darnold also said he was not feeling fully healthy in the game that Buffalo won 17-16 in comeback fashion.

In Darnold's only start of the season, he completed 68.3 percent of his passes, and threw for 175 yards and one touchdown. His unit, initially headlined by an on-target Prescott, dropped at least 31 points in three straight games to open 2019 but totaled 34 points in Weeks 4 and 5 combined.

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