Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Victory Sunday...
Daily Record: Jets alumni welcome "Drums and Disabilities" to Montville.
Shutdown Corner: The Jets win a clunker and keep pace in the AFC wild-card race.
USA Today: The Jets stay in the wild-card race but hardly look the part.
Seth Walder: The Jets survive while going against Dallas Cowboys QB Kellen Moore.
Dom Cosentino: The Jets stave off disaster and keep their playoff hopes alive.
Darryl Slater: The good, the bad and the ugly.
Neil Best: K Randy Bullock gets a second chance and nails it.
Rich Cimini: QB Ryan Fitzpatrick does it again and rallies the Jets to another comeback win.
Manish Mehta: The bloodied quarterback's rally is a late gift for the Jets and their fans.
Mark Cannizzaro: The wild fourth quarter shows that the Jets already have their quarterback of the future.
Brian Costello: WR Eric Decker's knee scare turns out to be nothing to worry about.
Bart Hubbuch: WR Kenbrell Thompkins comes from nowhere to save the Jets' season.
Bart Hubbuch: The run defense's baffling meltdown nearly cost the Jets dearly.
Kimberley A. Martin: CB Buster Skrine predicted his first interception against the Tennessee Titans.
Jenny Vrentas: The Pittsburgh Steelers at Denver Broncos game is the irresistible force vs. immovable object.
Bill Barnwell: How the Oakland Raiders have created a bright future.
Jarrett Bell: HC Ron Rivera is the perfect coach for these Carolina Panthers.
Neil Hornsby: The likely NFL Pro Bowl snubs.
Associated Press: If this is the end, the San Diego Chargers hope to win on Sunday.
The Sports Quotient: The New England Patriots' unheralded secondary has been the key to their dominance.
Cincy Jungle: Cincinnati Bengals at San Francisco 49ers game preview.
Baltimore Beatdown: Five questions about the Kansas City Chiefs at Baltimore Ravens game.
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