Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Saturday...
NY Jets: How the Green & White can stay in the playoff hunt.
Neil Best: As usual, the New England Patriots stand in the Jets' way.
Gary Myers: The Jets will make it a very green Xmas by beating the Pats.
The Sports Quotient: QB Ryan Fitzpatrick has become the key to the Jets' offense.
Pro Football Focus: RBs Chris Ivory and Bilal Powell are in the top duos in the NFL.
Darryl Slater: OL Lawrence Okoye on transitioning from Olympic discus throwing to the NFL. He goes on to discus about it.
Rich Cimini: Is it time for the Jets to blow up their talented and expensive defensive line?
Rich Cimini: The Jets plan to use multiple coverages on Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski.
Randy Lange: LB David Harris is probable.
Brian Costello: The Jets' most used defender S Marcus Gilchrist is also their most studious.
Daniel Popper: CB Darrelle Revis likens the Jets-Pats to boxing and hopes for a knockout on Sunday. Happy boxing day, by the way.
Connor Hughes: CB Marcus Williams is thriving with the Jets and proving doubters wrong.
Associated Press: CB Dee Milliner is doubtful. His whole career is doubtful at this point.
CSN NE: Patriots WR Julian Edelman is doubtful.
Mike Rodak: Buffalo Bills HC Rex Ryan says that they are preparing to not have RB LeSean McCoy.
Kristian Dyer: An internship program is helping former NFL players like Reggie Smith.
Jason Fitzgerald: Top contracts and the NFL Pro Bowl.
Chase Stuart: Team record is often the key statistic for Pro Bowl candidates.
Barry Wilner: The NFL season is marked by mediocrity and not parity in 2015.
Robert Klemko: "Star Wars" obsessed Kansas City Chiefs WR Chris Conley talks film. I made a film once. It was on top of my Jell-o.
Danny Kelly: Carolina Panthers QB Cam Newton is earning the MVP award in the red zone.
Lorenzo Reyes: Panthers DT Kawann Short is becoming a tall order for enemy blockers.
MMQB: Former Chicago Bears HC Mike Ditka's coaching tree includes Panthers HC Ron Rivera.
Mile High Report: The Cincinnati Bengals' offensive line will be key against the Denver Broncos.
Associated Press: The Pittsburgh Steelers' defense marvels at their prolific offense.
USA Today: Washington is poised to lock up the NFC East on Saturday night.
Vice Sports: Replacing Arizona Cardinals S Tyrann Mathieu is impossible.
Deadspin: Oakland Raiders DB Charles Woodson delivers an emotional goodbye.
Pro Football Focus: NFL power rankings. In which the out of the playoffs Bills are ahead of the Jets.
Football Zebras: Week 16 referee assignments.
Here are your missed connections from yesterday.
Time for some Stones:
And the boxer for boxing day:
Have a great day, everyone!