Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Wednesday...
Business Insider: Bart Scott is one of three people set to replace Mike Francesa.
Brian Costello: Three breakdowns that buried the Jets.
Kristian Dyer: S Jamal Adams is gaining popularity among football fans across the country as his jersey sales continue to rise.
Calvin Watkins: The Jets are trying to move on from the loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers during the bye week.
Dennis Waszak Jr.: The Jets aren't ready to sacrifice wins now for a glimpse at an uncertain future.
Darryl Slater: QB Coach Jeremy Bates says QB Josh McCown has done well with the Jets.
USA Today: QB Christian Hackenberg remains a mystery, and that's not changing anytime soon.
Connor Hughes: The Jets offensive line hasn't been good this year.
Chase Stuart: The Jets, Jacksonville Jaguars, and completion percentage and first downs.
Mike Rodak: WR Kelvin Benjamin's debut didn't exactly jumpstart the Buffalo Bills' offense.
Jarrett Bell: Jaguars DT Marcell Dareus happily fitting in with deep and talented Jaguars defense after trade from Buffalo.
James Walker: The Miami Dolphins allowed 294 rushing yards and 45 points to the Carolina Panthers on Monday Night Football.
Lindsay H. Jones: Panthers TE Greg Olsen says he never intended to get inside info on the Minnesota Vikings.
Associated Press: Panthers WR Curtis Samuel is out for the season with an ankle injury.
Associated Press: TE Martellus Bennett is focusing on getting resettled with the New England Patriots.
SI.com: Detroit Lions QB Matthew Stafford’s powerful arm is just a part of his success.
The Ringer: 2017 red zone power rankings.
ProFootballTalk: NBC plans a SkyCam-heavy broadcast.
Football Zebras: Week 11 referee assignments.
Tom Ley: Houston Texans QB Tom Savage was born to be strip-sacked.
Danny Kelly: These five guys make the most of their touches—and that could help your fantasy team
Jenny Vrentas: Embroiled in a battle with Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, Commissioner Roger Goodell says he wants to remain commissiner until a new TV deal, a new CBA and a line of succession are in place.
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