Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Tuesday...
Dennis Waszak Jr.: The future is ominously cloudy for the Jets and their frustrated fans.
Steve Politi: Firing HC Todd Bowles will only make the Jets an even bigger mess.
Darryl Slater: Why Bowles will start QB Ryan Fitzpatrick. If you start him up, he never stops. Never, never, never stops.
Brian Costello: The Jets will ignore QB Bryce Petty for another week.
Seth Walder: Bowles is obstructing the path to future quarterback success.
Connor Hughes: WR Brandon Marshall wants to return to the Jets.
Kimberley A. Martin: ILB Darron Lee is praying for Ohio State victims.
Rich Cimini: CB Darrelle Revis faces a cloudy future.
NY Jets: The Jets defense stood tall in a tight loss.
Brian Costello: Picking apart the Jets defense, flaw by crippling flaw.
Jason Fitzgerald: Revisiting the questionable quarterback decisions of 2016.
Matt Bowen: The soul-crushing slog of playing on a bad NFL team.
Josh Wilson: QB Andrew Luck returned to practice for the Indianapolis Colts on Monday.
John Wawrow: HC Rex Ryan's next test is breaking the Buffalo Bills' hex at the Oakland Raiders.
Danny Kelly: Are we sure the New York Giants are good?
Andy Benoit: How the Tampa Bay Buccaneers got going.
Barry Petchesky: Half the Kansas City Chiefs had no idea they won.
David Chao: The solution for Thursday night games.
Minnesota Star Tribune: Government appointees of Minnesota Vikings' stadium have free access to luxury suites.
Vice Sports: San Francisco 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick is an on field threat once again.
The Sports Quotient: The case for Dallas Cowboys QB Dak Prescott as MVP. Most Valuable Prescott.
Associated Press: The stakes go up for the Miami Dolphins in a push to end their playoff drought.
Associated Press: The New Orleans Saints suggest that a sense of desperation has improved their play.
Associated Press: The turnover margin meant everything in Week 12.
Turf Show Times: The Los Angeles Rams ban Eric Dickerson from the sidelines.
Football Zebras: Did the Baltimore Ravens' intentional safety fall into the gaps in the rulebook?
SB Nation: Cincinnati Bengals CB Dre Kirkpatrick got his revenge on Ravens WR Steve Smith.
SB Nation: NFL teams are winning by being penalized, and it has to stop.
I was told that even the losers keep a little bit of pride:
Have a nice day.