Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Monday...
New York Post: The Jets destroy the Buffalo Bills in a merciful, bizarre end to a miserable year.
The Metro: Three things we learned.
Randy Lange: Eleven observations.
Mark Cannizzaro: Their inspiring effort shows everything that's wrong with the Jets.
Darryl Slater: Owner Woody Johnson is preparing to surrender control of the Jets.
Neil Best: The Jets make the right decision to stick with HC Todd Bowles. ...Todd bowls them over.
Manish Mehta: Johnson is right to keep Bowles.
Rich Cimini: It is the right call to keep Bowles, but he needs to get tougher.
Brian Costello: Bowles can't explain that vicious report on QB Christian Hackenberg.
Eric Allen: RB Bilal Powell breaks in the new year in style.
Barbara Baker: QB Ryan Fitzpatrick is happy with the win but won't speculate on his future.
Darryl Slater: S Calvin Pryor says firing Bowles would have been absolutely stupid.
Rich Cimini: CB Darrelle Revis says that he is ready to give up being a cornerback.
Rich Cimini: DE Sheldon Richardson says that WR Brandon Marshall's true colors came out.
Daniel Popper: Revis says that Richardson and Marshall's spat left a dark cloud over the Jets. ...That's shocking from a locker room that didn't care their starting quarterback got punched by defensive bench warmer.
Mike Rodak: The Bills allowed the Jets to recover a kickoff for a touchdown.
Buffalo News: CBS' announcing team makes the most of three hours of garbage time.
Sun Sentinel: Miami Dolphins HC Adam Gase will make the final call on QB Ryan Tannehill.
Dallas News: Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo's potential landing spots.
Bolts From the Blue: The San Diego Chargers fire HC Mike McCoy.
Mile High Report: Denver Broncos HC Gary Kubiak confirms that he is stepping down as head coach.
Canal Street Chronicles: Reports of HC Sean Payton leaving the New Orleans Saints is picking up steam.
How about some Counting Crows:
How about some Goldfinger:
Have a great week, everyone!