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The ill ninja.
The ill ninja.
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Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Victory Monday...

NY Jets: HC Todd Bowles' postgame speech.

Stu Woo: The Jets win the battle of New York.

Conor Orr: The New York Giants collapse down the stretch in the loss to the Jets.

Brian Costello: The Giants' epic collapse gifts the Jets an overtime win in a thrilling showdown.

Mike Vaccaro: How cruel that it is the Jets who shovel dirt on the Giants' season.

Rich Cimini: The Jets' wild rally stamps them as playoff contenders.

Randy Lange: Nine observations.

Eric Allen: Top five takes.

Brian Costello: It was a day QB Ryan Fitzpatrick will remember.

Manish Mehta: Fitzpatrick finds magic to keep the Jets in the playoff hunt.

Ohm Youngmisuk: WR Brandon Marshall says that Giants DL Cullen Jenkins crossed the line talking about his wife.

Dom Cosentino: Why was DE Muhammad Wilkerson benched for the first quarter?

Darryl Slater: DE Leonard Williams says they took it personal when the Giants threw on fourth down.

Darryl Slater: OLB Calvin Pace says that it wasn't a pretty win.

Tom Rock: Giants HC Tom Coughlin takes the blame, and players don't dispute it.

Steve Serby: Coughlin just gave the Giants the perfect case to fire him.

Steve Politi: Coughlin's inexplicable decision dooms their season.

Arrowhead Pride: Kansas City Chiefs LB Josh Mauga rumbles down the field after an interception.

Associated Press: Former New Orleans Saints LB Jonathan Vilma formally retires.

Deadspin: The Saints score the first defensive two-point conversion in NFL history.

Jarrett Bell: The unbeaten Carolina Panthers dig deep to claw out of the Saints' trap.

Mike Rodak: Their win over the Houston Texans keeps the Buffalo Bills' playoff hopes afloat for now. Hope floats.

Mike Reiss: The New England Patriots' special teams miscues produce a clunker.

Brandon Lee Gowton: The Philadelphia Eagles stun the Patriots in an upset.

Tom Pelissero: QB Russell Wilson guides the Seattle Seahawks' shifting dynamic.

Shutdown Corner: Tennessee Titans QB Marcus Mariota flashes the speed on an 87-yard touchdown run.

Shutdown Corner: Even in a blowout, the Cleveland Browns don't let QB Johnny Manziel play.

USA Today: Denver Broncos QB Brock Osweiler stays unbeaten with a win over the San Diego Chargers.

The Sports Quotient: Cincinnati Bengals QB Andy Dalton is the MVP candidate nobody is talking about.

Baltimore Beatdown: No concussion check for Baltimore Ravens QB Matt Schaub despite a big hit.

Stampede Blue: The Pittsburgh Steelers dominated the Indianapolis Colts.

Niners Nation: The San Francisco 49ers pull out a win playing through several injuries.

Here are your missed connections from yesterday.

Here is the thread about nothing.

Let's stay in the New York groove:

Time for some Pavement:

We are on to Tennessee:

Have a great week, everyone!