Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Wednesday...
Pro Football Focus: Jets at Houston Texans grades.
Randy Lange: Three players and three plays of the game.
Randy Lange: 5-5 is no time to tear up the dance card.
Jason Fitzgerald: The five games blinded our vision and put expectations through the roof.
Kristian Dyer: HC Todd Bowles is said to have shredded the team after the loss.
Brian Costello: Bowles prefers a poker face, but that does not mean that is what players see behind closed doors.
Daily News: How does QB Geno Smith stack up against other NFL backups?
NY Jets: QB Ryan Fitzpatrick says that he is the right man for the job.
Brian Costello: It's unfair to put most of the blame on Fitzpatrick.
NY Jets: Inside the Jets with Fitzpatrick and P Ryan Quigley.
Newsday: OL Willie Colon's injury-plagued right knee forces him to look long term.
Darryl Slater: WR Brandon Marshall says that it's tough to show passion in a losing environment.
Christopher Nimbley: CB Darrelle Revis got beat but not as badly as you think.
Stephen White: DE J.J. Watt willed the Texans to a win.
Tom Pelissero: The Green Bay Packers' full embrace awaits QB Brett Favre at his overdue ceremony.
Mike Reiss: Former New England Patriots CB Ty Law makes the Hall of Fame semifinalist cut.
Associated Press: Pass rusher Quinton Coples is claimed by the Miami Dolphins. "Pass rusher".
Football Zebras: The crew was defeated in the Monday night game.
Barry Petchesky: The bad call in the Buffalo Bills at Patriots game was because the official forgot he wasn't in college.
Mike Rodak: Bills HC Rex Ryan expects QB Tyrod Taylor to play on Sunday.
Chris Pokorny: Cleveland Browns QB Johnny Manziel is demoted to third-string.
Chase Stuart: After a horrid start, the Kansas City Chiefs are making a playoff run.
David Chao: The medical timeout rule fails to work.
Deadspin: St. Louis Rams WR Stedman Bailey was shot in the head.
MMQB: Pittsburgh Steelers CB William Gay on purple shoes, domestic violence and NFL fines.
The Sports Quotient: Tight end is the X-factor for the Denver Broncos.
Mile High Report: Broncos QB Peyton Manning will miss at least two more weeks due to his foot injury. Time to turn him into paste.
Vice: Philadelphia Eagles HC Chip Kelly and the triumph of the Peter Principle.
USA Today: Eagles OL Lane Johnson says that their fans don't give them home-field advantage. A complaint about fans in Philadelphia?
Wall Street Journal: The doctor the NFL tried to silence.
OSN: Ashamed sports journalists admit they've learned nothing from Week 11.
Here are your missed connections from yesterday.
We are on to Miami:
And remember, it ain't cool being no jive turkey so close to Thanksgiving:
Happy hump day, and safe travels!