Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters. Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Monday...
Ethan Greenberg: The Jets started fast again but couldn’t finish vs. the Miami Dolphins.
Brian Costello: The late collapse is indefensible.
George Willis: The Jets missed a chance to show they matter.
Rich Cimini: With a chance to deliver a statement win and establish themselves as playoff contenders, the Jets blew a 28-14 lead in losing to the Dolphins.
Darryl Slater: HC Todd Bowles says the Jets must develop a killer instinct.
Connor Hughes: QB Josh McCown explains his backbreaking interception.
Newsday: WR Robby Anderson’s frustration is a mirror for the team.
Newsday: There were no field-goal attempts by K Chandler Catanzaro, but P Lachlan Edwards came out seven times.
Bob Glauber: DE Muhammad Wilkerson delivers a message to his teammates after the Jets’ loss.
James Walker: Dolphins QB Matt Moore works his magic replacing QB Jay Cutler.
Mike Rodak: Buffalo Bills RB LeSean McCoy redeems himself after a fumble.
ESPN: The Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ season starts to slip away.
Cleveland.com: Cleveland Browns LT Joe Thomas could be lost for the season.
Deadspin: QB Mitch Trubisky completed four passes, and the Chicago Bears won.
Deadspin: A U.S. District Court Judge in California has allowed a class-action lawsuit against Pop Warner Football to proceed.
Should we give Bryce Petty a chance?
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Let’s go with Tom Petty again:
Have a great week at work!