Well, I guess we'll have to settle for 9-7 this year, Gang Green Gangsters. Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Monday...
NY Jets: HC Todd Bowles' postgame press conference.
Shutdown Corner: The Jets used a playground play to score a touchdown.
The Metro: Three things we saw.
Randy Lange: Nine observations.
Mike Vaccaro: The Jets have gone so far past depressing.
Bob Raissman: The Los Angeles Rams at Jets game is tough to watch and keep viewers interested.
Dennis Waszak Jr.: The Jets and Rams are still facing uncertain situations at quarterback.
Steve Serby: QB Bryce Petty and the Jets showed why he must be the quarterback.
Steve Politi: The Petty audition must continue because this Jets season is hopeless.
Rich Cimini: Petty fades but deserves another shot.
Darryl Slater: Why WR Brandon Marshall didn't talk to Petty in the huddle.
Mark Cannizzaro: QB Ryan Fitzpatrick doesn't want to think about the Jets' reality.
Kimberley A. Martin: The defense can't save the conservative offense.
Brian Costello: DE Sheldon Richardson says he won't roll over. He will be a good boy even as the team plays dead.
Pro Football Focus: DE Muhammad Wilkerson is one of the worst players of Week 10.
Gary Myers: CB Darrelle Revis admits he's old after another poor game.
Jason Fitzgerald: The best and worst value teams of 2016.
Danny Kelly: Tennessee Titans QB Marcus Mariota isn't a system quarterback anymore.
Tim Lynch: The Denver Broncos won in amazing fashion over the New Orleans Saints with a blocked kick and return.
Deadspin: The Pittsburgh Steelers took the lead with a fake spike but lost anyway.
Bolts From The Blue: QB Philip Rivers cost the San Diego Chargers a shot at the playoffs.
Pro Football Focus: It's time for the Chicago Bears to move on from QB Jay Cutler.
Associated Press: QB Sam Bradford and the Minnesota Vikings lose their fourth game in a row.
Associated Press: RB Ryan Mathews runs for two scores as the Philadelphia Eagles beat the Atlanta Falcons.
Associated Press: The Carolina Panthers are the latest NFL team to experience a Super Bowl hangover.
SB Nation: The Seattle Seahawks are over their last Super Bowl appearance and focused on the next one.
Football Zebras: Jeff Triplette's crew ejects the sixth player this season.
Cheer up, or else!
Have a great week!