Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Thursday...
CBS New York: The Jets’ modest success should earn HC Todd Bowles another year.
Darryl Slater: Six things the Jets must do to save Bowles’ job.
Brian Costello: How Bowles’ Jets fate will be decided.
Connor Hughes: Are the Jets below, meeting or exceeding expectations as they enter the bye week?
Calvin Watkins: Three questions about the Jets during their bye week.
Rich Cimini: With 81 accepted penalties for 739 yards, the Jets have resorted to using creative practice drills to combat their "handsy" problem.
Eric Allen: QB Coach Jeremy Bates says QB Josh McCown continues to get better.
Ethan Greenberg: The moment wasn’t too big for WR Chad Hansen.
Kristian Dyer: ILB Demario Davis, the surprising leader of the Jets defense, is putting together an All-Pro 2017 campaign that should end with Pro Bowl honors.
NY Daily News: Davis writes about his career revival with the Jets.
Citrus County Chronicle: A new opportunity for S Terrence Brooks.
Bergen Record: How the Buffalo Bills’ benching of QB Tyrod Taylor could affect the Jets.
Mike Rodak: The Bills made the right move at the wrong time.
James Walker: QB Jay Cutler looks healthy and mobile, but bad decisions at the worst times hurt the Miami Dolphins.
ESPN: TE Greg Olsen says "it's crazy" to think he will gain an unfair advantage by assisting in the broadcast of the Minnesota Vikings and Los Angeles Rams game for Fox Sports during the Carolina Panthers' bye week.
ESPN: Mike Westhoff, former Jets special teams guru, was brought of retirement by the New Orleans Saints to oversee their special teams.
Ken Belson: Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is scolded for his antics.
Are the Jets below, meeting or exceeding expectations as they enter the bye week?
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