Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Saturday...
NBC New York: Even after a big improvement, the Jets need to get better in the offseason.
Eric Allen: There were moments of brilliance against the Buffalo Bills.
Randy Lange: Three trends to continue and three to improve in 2016.
Kimberley A. Martin: A reunion for HC Todd Bowles and Atlanta Falcons STC Keith Armstrong is not likely.
The Falcoholic: The Falcons may be forced to make some involuntary coaching change with Armstrong.
Michael Salfino: QB Ryan Fitzpatrick was probably too good to be true in 2015.
NY Jets: WR Brandon Marshall praises the team's leadership.
Brian Costello: A closer look at CB Darrelle Revis' season shows a cornerback who is still one of the best.
Rich Cimini: Carolina Panthers WR Jerricho Cotchery leads a group of former Jets in the postseason.
Associated Press: QB Brett Favre heads the list of Pro Football Hall of Fame nominees.
Biz Journals: Former Jet John Roman is behind the company trying to reduce head trauma in football players.
The Olympian: The Cleveland Browns interview former Jet Jerome Henderson for their coaching job.
Pro Football Talk: The Associated Press will re-examine the makeup of All-Pro teams.
Associated Press: The NFL playoffs can provide a stage for unlikely heroes.
Associated Press: The NFL is a passing league, with only one 1,000-yard rushers in the playoffs.
USA Today: The Seattle Seahawks rule out RB Marshawn Lynch for the wild-card game vs. the Minnesota Vikings.
USA Today: Houston Texans WR DeAndre Hopkins is racking up the numbers no matter who's throwing to him.
Pro Football Focus: QB Alex Smith provides the Kansas City Chiefs with a crucial advantage over the Texans.
SB Nation: The Chiefs, Steelers and Texans are leaning on running backs you've probably never heard of.
Danny Kelly: Cincinnati Bengals TE Tyler Eifert is the Pittsburgh Steelers' worst nightmare.
Barry Petchesky: The Dallas Cowboys sound a little done with DE Greg Hardy.
Samer Kalaf: A broken Browns fan creates the most honest 2016 season tickets promo.
Miami Herald: All signs point to Chicago Bears OC Adam Gase as the next Miami Dolphins head coach.
Pride of Detroit: The Detroit Lions agree in principle to hire New England Patriots Director of Pro Scouting Bob Quinn as general manager.
Vice Sports: Former Washington CB Fred Smoot absolutely went off in a Reddit AMA.
Here are your missed connections from yesterday.
Hopefully, we've got another thing coming next season:
Have a great weekend!