Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Wednesday...
Rich Cimini: The Jets making the playoffs is at least conceivable now, but there are several areas that need cleaning up.
Brian Costello: Inside the three plays that turned a Jets upset into heartbreak.
Darryl Slater: How doomed are the Jets if the run game keeps sputtering?
Connor Hughes: DE Leonard Williams hasn't been playing well for the Jets this year.
NY Daily News: DEs Williams and Muhammad Wilkerson have been disappointments for the Jets.
Rich Cimini: Acting owner Christopher Johnson says the 3-3 start is a great thing.
Ethan Greenberg: What’s changed since the Jets last played the Miami Dolphins?
James Walker: A heavy dose of RB Jay Ajayi is best for the Dolphins’ offense.
Danny Kelly: Which of these new pass-catching tight end leaders are here to stay?
Jason Fitzgerald: The big spenders in 2017.
The Ringer: The NFL parity has always been a myth until now.
USA Today: CB Dominique Rodgers- Cromartie is reinstated by the New York Giants.
SI.com: The Kansas City Chiefs’ run defense is a problem.
ProFootballTalk: Kickoff returners keep taking the ball out of the end zone and costing their team yards.
Football Zebras: Week 7 referee assignments.
Deadspin: Willie Colon says nothing got done at the NFL players and owners meeting.
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