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New York Jets Flight Connections 12/27/16

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

Associated Press: HC Todd Bowles is expected back to work.

Rich Cimini: Down 41 points, Bowles makes a decision for the ages.

Rich Cimini: Will fear prevent the Jets from playing QB Christian Hackenberg?

Manish Mehta: Hackenberg needs to start in the Jets finale.

Darryl Slater: How long could QB Bryce Petty be sidelined?

Mark Cannizzaro: What is Petty's 2017 role?

George Willis: CB Darrelle Revis remains a Hall of Famer.

CBS Sports: One stat that shows just how far Revis has fallen.

WBAL: The brother of former Jets WR Courtney Smith was found shot to death in New Orleans.

Mark Cannizzaro: Beating Buffalo Bills HC Rex Ryan is all the reason the Jets need to finish strong.

Gary Myers: Bowles and Rex will fight for their jobs.

Buffalo Rumblings: Examining Rex's reputation.

Miami Herald: The Miami Dolphins are not resting despite their playoffs berth.

Pats Pulpit: The New England Patriots have a history of playing starters in the season finale with homefield at stake.

Associated Press: Former Patriots player Aaron Hernandez is heading back to court.

Associated Press: The Seattle Seahawks keep adding questions approaching the NFC playoffs.

Associated Press: The Detroit Lions' playoff hopes are on hold after a 42-21 loss to the Dallas Cowboys.

Associated Press: The Tennessee Titans are left chasing their first winning record since 2011.

David Chao: Oakland Raiders QB Derek Carr and Titans QB Marcus Mariota have similar season ending injuries.

Chase Stuart: Carr and starting quarterbacks who miss the playoffs.

Jenny Vrentas: Steve Spagnuolo is back on top in his second stint as New York Giants defensive coordinator.

Tom Ley: The Minnesota Vikings' short lived mutiny was actually just CB Terrence Newman being stubborn.

Mike Florio: The Baltimore Ravens at Pittsburgh Steelers game generates a record audience for the NFL Network.

Indianapolis Star: Indianapolis Colts HC Chuck Pagano says he takes full responsibility for everything.

Turf Show Times: Should the Los Angeles Rams seriously consider trading for a head coach?

Associated Press: There are missed calls aplenty, and the NFL is looking for fixes.

Deadspin: Thanks for the memories, Chris Berman.

Now here is something from the "Fear" soundtrack:

Happy Tuesday!