Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Saturday...
Dennis Waszak Jr.: The Jets honor 18 military families with a holiday party.
Randy Lange: Seven points about the Jets at New York Giants game.
Darryl Slater: Matchups to watch.
Darryl Slater: RB Chris Ivory will be a big key for the Jets down the stretch.
Rich Cimini: WR Brandon Marshall wants a Super Bowl ring, not just a playoff fling.
Howie Kusoy: CB Darrelle Revis is definitely out, and that's not the worst news.
Zach Braziller: Giants WR Rueben Randle says that the Giants can tee off without Revis.
Tom Rock: Giants WR Odell Beckham Jr. is not surprised the Jets will try to knock the ball out of his hands.
NY Jets: CB Marcus Williams will be a game-time decision.
Pro Football Focus: Top ten rookie of the year candidates entering Week 13. Includes DE Leonard Williams.
Associated Press: Giants C Weston Richburg is ready to go despite an ankle sprain.
Steve Politi: Giants HC Tom Coughlin is coaching for his job again when the Giants play the Jets.
Rich Cimini: Giants DE Jason Pierre-Paul is sackless, but his presence is still unnerving for the Jets.
Dom Cosentino: HC Todd Bowles says that Pierre-Paul is as dangerous as he's always been.
SEC Country: Greg McElroy and Mark Sanchez tried to troll Tim Tebow, and it got weird.
Deadspin: Mark Brunell fondly recalls the time Brett Favre tortured a deer to death.
Pro Football Talk: The New England Patriots rule out WR Julian Edelman and TE Rob Gronkowski.
Neil Hornsby: Houston Texans DE J.J. Watt is outperforming the Buffalo Bills' entire defensive line.
Jenny Vrentas: The Texans' creative new approach has included WR Cecil Shorts III in a Swiss-army knife role.
Barry Petchesky: The facemask penalty on the Detroit Lions was the right call in the moment.
Chase Stuart: What is the longest walkoff passing touchdown?
Jason Fitzgerald: Denver Broncos QB Brock Osweiler is using QB Peyton Manning's chips to cash in come free agency.
Lindsay H. Jones: The Kansas City Chiefs pile up wins by cutting down on turnovers.
Tom Ley: The San Francisco 49ers' front office is still a huge mess.
Kristian Dyer: Hall of Famer Tim Brown hiding football from his mother worked out OK.
Associated Press: Low-risk, high reward screen passes are being used more in the NFL.
Associated Press: The Carolina Panthers return to where their 15-game win streak began.
MMQB: Panthers S Roman Harper on why they are undefeated.
Indianapolis Star: How the Indianapolis Colts make it to Sunday.
The Sports Quotient: What to make of the Seattle Seahawks?
Football Zebras: If the facemask call is the wrong call, how can it be the right call?
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Have a great weekend, everyone!