Well, I guess we're just gonna have to settle for 11-5 this season, Gang Green Gangsters. Here are your daily New York Jets and NFL links for today...
Pro Football Focus: It's time for the Jets to bench QB Ryan Fitzpatrick.
Shutdown Corner: Fitzpatrick should be benched permanently.
Neil Best: It's time for the Jets to pull Fitzpatrick.
Kimberley A. Martin: QB Geno Smith is frustrated and believes he's ready to step in.
Connor Hughes: WR Brandon Marshall says they are not a good team right now.
Mark Cannizzaro: HC Todd Bowles dooms the Jets waiting too long to go to Geno.
Rich Cimini: Bowles won't bench Fitzpatrick, but he needs to do something.
Conor Orr: Cardinals RB David Johnson runs over the woeful Jets. Woe there guy.
Neil Best: CB Buster Skrine is benched and in Bowles' doghouse. Oh. A nickel corner playing outside gets benched.
Darryl Slater: Why defiant DE Sheldon Richardson thinks the 1-5 Jets can still make the playoffs. Because Fitz is still starting?
Daniel Popper: ILB David Harris had his streak of 121 straight starts snapped.
ESPN: The Jets and the Cardinals were caught in a penalty vortex.
Danny Kelly: The Buffalo Bills' elaborate rushing attack has saved their season.
James Walker: The Miami Dolphins finally find their go to running back in RB Jay Ajayi.
Tom Pelissero: Don't look for Cincinnati Bengals LB Vontaze Burfict to be suspended for his hit on New England Patriots TE Martellus Bennett.
Jarrett Bell: To escape boos, QB Brock Osweiler must prove he's worth the Houston Texans' investment.
Lindsay H. Jones: HC Gary Kubiak returns with confidence after a week away from the Denver Broncos.
David Chao: All meniscus tears are not the same.
Baltimore Beatdown: Are the coaches really the ones to blame for the Baltimore Ravens' struggles?
SB Nation: Why Seattle Seahawks CB Richard Sherman wasn't flagged for pass interference.
The Times Picayune: New Orleans Saints HC Sean Payton doubles down on his desire to make pass interference reviewable.
Pride of Detroit: Detroit Lions QB Matthew Stafford has been extremely accurate this season.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: QB Aaron Rodgers falls from the ranks of the greats.
Associated Press: Pittsburgh Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger undergoes knee surgery but is not out long term.
Associated Press: Cleveland Browns S Jordan Poyer is still in the hospital with a lacerated kidney.
USA Today: Credit and criticism continue to follow New York Giants WR Odell Beckham.
The Ringer: Some of the NFL's pillars of stability are starting to crumble.
It was not supposed to be this way:
Sorry this post was up a little late today. I was busy dealing with Dick Trouser and his mom.