Well, I guess we're just gonna have to settle for 13-3 this season, right, Gang Green Gangsters? Now here are your daily New York Jets links for this Monday...
Bob Glauber: The Jets don't look anything close to a playoff team.
Rich Cimini: The underachieving Jets were outclassed again by a quality opponent.
Eric Allen: The Jets can't overcome late turnovers and fall to 1-3.
Randy Lange: QB Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks extended drives and prevailed on White Out Day. Am I just me, or do we not care about white outs and green outs and new sirens when the product on the field is awful?
NY Jets: Full highlights of the game.
NY Jets: HC Todd Bowles' postgame press conference.
Steve Politi: HC Todd Bowles faces a crisis as the Jets season threatens to go off the rails.
Brian Costello: Bowles was miserably outcoached again.
Darryl Slater: QB Ryan Fitzpatrick says he is just fine.
Manish Mehta: Fitzpatrick is still the Jets' best chance to get to the playoffs. This from the guy who predicted a 13-13 tie. A tie. Score predictions are dumb enough as it is, and then you predict a tie.
Steve Serby: The Jets will live and die by Fitzpatrick, and he's killing them.
Vice Sports: Fitzmagic squirts the ball forward for a touchdown and then turns over immediately after.
ESPN: A closer look at Fitzpatrick's interception issues.
Zach Braziller: The Jets back Fitzpatrick as QB Geno Smith waits in the wings.
Dennis Waszak Jr.: Marshall says the Jets are sticking by FItzpatrick despite the struggles.
Connor Hughes: RB Matt Forte doesn't know how to fix the Jets' offense.
New York Post: RG Brian Winters concusses himself with a dirty head butt.
Kimberley A. Martin: Has the defense lost its way?
Mike Florio: The league is reviewing all aspects of the pregame scuffle between the Buffalo Bills and New England Patriots.
Samer Kalaf: A fan tosses a helmet at Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones and hits him in the head.
Associated Press: With 300 yards receiving, WR Julio Jones keeps the Atlanta Falcons soaring.
Revenge of the Birds: QB Carson Palmer leaves the game with a concussion as the Arizona Cardinals lose to the Los Angeles Rams.
Mile High Report: Denver Broncos QB Paxton Lynch makes his NFL debut during the Denver Broncos victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Time for some Styx:
Have a great day, everyone. On the bright side, we have 12 more games to look forward to.