Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters. Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Wednesday...
North Jersey The Jets are coming off one of their worst losses in recent memory, but they have a big chance to get back on track Sunday at MetLife Stadium.
George Willis: The Jets cannot afford to let their late collapse haunt them.
Rich Cimini: The Jets’ solidarity will be tested, but this team won’t split.
Darryl Slater: Can HC Todd Bowles get things back on track?
Brian Costello: Jets fans deserve some passion out of their coach.
Brian Costello: Is Bowles or QB Josh McCown to blame for the play that doomed the Jets?
Ethan Greenberg: The Jets activate CB Robert Nelson and release RB Travaris Cadet.
Connor Hughes: Bowles weighed in on CB Buster Skrine’s struggles vs. the Dolphins.
Daniel Popper: The Jets’ pass rush is the lone bright spot in the embarrassing loss to the Miami Dolphins.
Newsday: DEs Muhammad Wilkerson and Leonard Williams showed improvement.
New York Post: The Jets drafted two building-block players just like they did in 2006.
NFL.com: With K Dan Bailey hurt, the Dallas Cowboys signed veteran K Mike Nugent on Tuesday.
Over the Cap: Wide receivers on prove-it deals.
Football Zebras: Week 8 referee assignments.
Pro Football Focus: Houston Texans rookie QB Deshaun Watson has been a sensation so far as a rookie, but his surface stats don't tell the whole story.
Deadspin: The Cleveland Browns quarterback roulette continues after QB DeShone Kizer apologizes for going to a bar.
Greg Bishop: Los Angeles Rams QB Jared Goff is thriving with Les Snead and HC Sean McVay.
Chase Stuart: The Jacksonville Jaguars are maybe really good?
Conor Orr: Despite his many red flags, CB Byron Maxwell will likely be scooped up by a needy team, since rarely does a talented cornerback sit on the market in the NFL.
Danny Kelly: Joey Bosa, Melvin Ingram and the Los Angeles Chargers’ suddenly awesome pass rush.
Associated Press: New York Giants GM Jerry Reese takes responsibility for their dismal start.
USA Today: Oakland Raiders RB Marshawn Lynch’s one-game suspension is upheld on appeal.
USA Today: Former San Francisco 49ers player Chris Borland is in a public service announcement about how the NFL has attacked science over the study of CTE.
Who is to blame for the play that doomed the Jets?
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