Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Monday...
Pro Football Focus: Jets at New Orleans Saints refocused.
North Jersey: Even after another loss and playoff elimination, the Jets have reason to be optimistic.
Rich Cimini: The Jets will be sitting out a seventh straight postseason but deserve credit for their effort.
Calvin Watkins: The Jets players say they want HC Todd Bowles to return.
Neil Best: QB Bryce Petty doesn’t look like the long term answer as the Jets quarterback.
Brian Costello: Petty showed why he’s sat all year.
Connor Hughes: The Jets won't bench Petty for QB Christian Hackenberg next week.
Eric Allen: The Jets total three takeaways in New Orleans.
Calvin Watkins: DE Leonard Williams was placed in the concussion protocol.
Darryl Slater: ILB Darron Lee says the Jets have fired the warning shot of dominance to come.
Connor Hughes: With Bowles' job security in question, S Jamal Adams came flying to his defense.
Deadspin: The NFL’s worst rule robbed the Pittsburgh Steelers of a win over the New England Patriots.
ESPN: HC Marvin Lewis is planning to leave the Cincinnati Bengals after the season.
ESPN: Buffalo Bills QB Tyrod Taylor put together one of his best first-half performances of his career in a win over the Miami Dolphins.
USA Today: QB Teddy Bridgewater made his long awaited return, and the Minnesota Vikings clinched the NFC North.
Asssociated Press: QB Nick Foles threw four touchdowns, and the Philadelphia Eagles got a first round bye.
Associated Press: QB Cam Newton proved the Carolina Panthers can win in multiple ways.
The Ringer: QB Aaron Rodgers couldn’t save the Green Bay Packers’ season.
The Ringer: The Kansas City Chiefs offense is back because HC Andy Reid learned to let go.
USA Today: A crushing loss to the San Francisco 49ers means the Tennessee Titans’ playoff hopes are in big trouble.
Associated Press: The Jacksonville Jaguars thumped the Houston Texans for their first playoff berth since 2007.
Associated Press: The Los Angeles Rams rout the Seattle Seahawks for control of the division.
Associated Press: Facing a misconduct investigation, Carolina Panthers owner Jerry Richardson is selling the team.
Football Zebras: Week 15 quick calls.
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