Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Tuesday...
Pro Football Focus: A look back at the key stats and results from Week 14's Jets at Denver Broncos game.
Calvin Watkins: HC Todd Bowles considers making roster moves.
Brian Costello: Bowles’ weird explanation for not being more aggressive.
Rich Cimini: WR Jeremy Kerley is eligible for a return, but not so fast. ...No more Kerl routes?
Dennis Waszak Jr.: QB Josh McCown is out for the rest of the season with a broken hand.
Mark Cannizzaro: QB Bryce Petty is out of second chances to prove his value to the Jets.
Connor Hughes: What Petty can do to show the Jets he should be the guy in 2018, too.
Darryl Slater: What’s the harm in the Jets playing QB Christian Hackenberg during the final three games?
Bob Glauber: Hackenberg and New York Giants QB Davis Webb are far from ready.
Brian Costello: CB Morris Claiborne picked a bad time for his worst game.
NFL.com: New Orleans Saints RB Alvin Kamara expects to play against the Jets.
James Walker: QB Jay Cutler and the Miami Dolphins outshined QB Tom Brady and the New England Patriots.
Danny Kelly: Can the Jacksonville Jaguars disrupt the AFC’s established hierarchy?
Nancy Armour: What the NFL must do to find flaws in the concussion protocol.
USA Today: Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers underwent a series of scans Monday and a decision on his status will come down to medical evaluations.
Associated Press: Houston Texans HC Bill O'Brien said Monday that he wouldn't have let QB Tom Savage re-enter Sunday's game if he saw the video.
Associated Press: The Philadelphia Eagles turn to QB Nick Foles after QB Carson Wentz goes down.
Associated Press: Chicago Bears TE Zach Miller counts his blessings after his injury.
SI.com: Giants CB Eli Apple tweeted during the game and faces punishment.
NFL.com: The NFL says abuse of officials will lead to significant discipline.
Deadspin: NFL Network has suspended Marshall Faulk, Ike Taylor and Heath Evans while investigating claims of sexual harassment from a lawsuit filed by one of their former colleagues.
The New York Times: The N.F.L. and Verizon announced a $2 billion digital rights deal.
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Time for some Billy Joel:
Have a nice day!