clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

New York Jets Flight Connections 12/05/16

Daily links connecting you to articles about the NFL's New York Jets.

If you buy something from an SB Nation link, Vox Media may earn a commission. See our ethics statement.

Shel game.
Shel game.
Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

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

Dennis Waszak Jr.: The Indianapolis Colts look to keep QB Andrew Luck upright against the sack hungry Jets.

Kimberley A. Martin: The Jets have had the Colts' number recently.

Steve Serby: It's time to find out if the Jets' quarterback curse extends to Christian Hackenberg. Did we luck out by him tanking at Penn State to get drafted by the Jets?

Huffington Post: RB Bilal Powell has a creative plan to bring attention to the horrors of gun violence.

NY Jets: S Rontez Miles is ready to step up if called upon.

The Metro: Three things to watch for Monday night.

Randy Lange: Joe McKnight had the best back-to-back return years since Gale Sayers in the mid sixties.

Lorenzo Reyes: QB Colin Kaepernick is benched by the San Francisco 49ers after throwing 4 yards in three quarters.

Jarrett Bell: The relentless Oakland Raiders rally again to close out the Buffalo Bills.

Tom Pelissero: The Pittsburgh Steelers offense comes together in their win over the New York Giants.

Miami Herald: Miami Dolphins players slip at least five times in their loss to the Baltimore Ravens.

Charlotte Observer: Carolina Panthers QB Cam Newton is benched for one play vs. the Seattle Seahawks. Good observation.

SB Nation: Los Angeles Rams HC Jeff Fisher's problems are never his fault, and he has a contract extension to prove it.

SB Nation: The Dallas Cowboys become the first team to clinch a playoff berth in the 2016 NFL season.

Deadspin: The Atlanta Falcons lose after blowing the lead on a point after pick-two.

Vice Sports: Don't sleep on the Detroit Lions.

The Sports Quotient: The Cleveland Browns and their path to infamy.

Football Zebras: The NFL is bullish on full time and an eighth official in 2017.

This could be a long December, folks:

Have a great day!