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Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Veterans' Day...

NY Jets: Inside the film room.

NY Jets: HC Todd Bowles' press conference.

Connor Hughes: Bowles says there's no quarterback controversy.

Rich Cimini: Bowles will not heed the outcry to start QB Bryce Petty.

Bob Glauber: Backup QB Bryce Petty is wise to play it cool.

Darryl Slater: OC Chan Gailey admits his screw up on the questionable call vs. the Miami Dolphins.

NY Jets: Gailey says that Rams DL Aaron Donald is a huge problem for the offensive line.

NY Jets: Three match ups to watch.

The Metro: Three things to watch.

Randy Lange: OL Ben Ijalana steps up at left tackle.

Dennis Waszak Jr.: C Nick Mangold is likely to miss his third straight game.

Connor Hughes: QB Ryan Fitzpatrick, DE Muhammad Wilkerson and ILB Darron Lee were limited in practice.

Orange County Register: DL Leonard Williams is paying dividends for the Jets.

Whittier Daily News: Los Angeles Rams HC Jeff Fisher is sticking with QB Case Keenum.

The Phinsider: Dolphins RB Jay Ajayi looks to continue his impressive season.

SB Nation: The New England Patriots still haven't thrown an interception. I remember in the offseason someone commenting that they were afraid Fitz would sign up with the Pats and get his revenge on the Jets.

Mike Reiss: The Patriots waive RB Tyler Gaffney, possibly paving the way for RB Dion Lewis.

Cian Fahey: Film on Buffalo Bills QB Tyrod Taylor.

Nate Davis: Baltimore Ravens TE Dennis Pitta is thriving in his comeback after a nearly two year absence.

Danny Kelly: The NFL's seven totems.

Mike Florio: The NFL can speed up games by trimming the fat.

Vice Sports: The San Francisco 49ers are producing some historically bad run defense.

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers and WR Jordy Nelson are in search of their former magic.

Associated Press: Kansas City Chiefs OLB Justin Houston hopes to play Sunday at the Carolina Panthers.

Associated Press: Washington OL Ty Nsekhe took a winding, bumpy road to the NFL.

SB Nation: The Dallas Cowboys are winning, but they're not beating good teams.

Football Zebras: Week 10 referee assignments.

Time for some turnstiles:

I got into Leonard Cohen music because of this Better Than Ezra song:

R.I.P.:

Happy Aloha Friday, everyone!