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Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Saturday...

Kevin Kernan: A blueprint for the Jets to take over the New York football world.

Brian Costello: The problem with blowing up a rebuilding staff.

Connor Hughes: The Jets are trying to end their fourth quarter woes.

Zach Braziller: OC John Morton is standing by his play calling.

Darryl Slater: Can the Jets fix their offensive line, or is an offseason overhaul needed?

Dennis Waszak Jr.: WR Robby Anderson is establishing himself as a go-to guy for the Jets.

Newsday: TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins looks forward instead of backward.

Football Zebras: It was quite controversially determined that Seferian-Jenkins did not maintain control going to the ground.

Bergen Record: RB Matt Forte is uncertain for the Jets. ...He could use some intestinal Forte-tude.

NY Jets: ILB Demario Davis was mic’d up in the Carolina Panthers game.

Calvin Watkins: ILB Darron Lee says the Jets are making fewer mistakes in practice.

CBS New York: LB Josh Martin combines athletic talent with intellect.

Associated Press: CB Juston Burris is out for the game.

Zach Braziller: What CB Morris Claiborne has brought to the Jets.

Daniel Popper: A deeper look at the statistics shows the versatile 6-5, 291-pound DE Leonard Williams has been a force this year.

Steve Serby: Diminutive kick returner JoJo Natson keeps beating the odds. ...Not to be confused with this guy.

Daniel Popper: The special teams’ next challenge is the Kansas City Chiefs’ Tyreek Hill.

ESPN: CB Darrelle Revis doesn't know what to expect when he makes his Chiefs debut as Kansas City visits the Jets, his longtime former team, on Sunday.

Times Picayune: A year after he was killed, Joe McKnight’s friends present a memorial program.

Mike Rodak: Buffalo Bills HC Sean McDermott asks draft prospects about baseball.

Jason Fitzgerald: Questions and answers on Seattle Seahawks S Kam Chancellor’s contract.

Jarrett Bell: The NFL and the players coalition deal does not end the problem for the league.

Diana Moskovitz: The NFL PR playbook is so obvious at this point that it’s shocking the league’s executives are still impressed by the idea: When people get upset, throw money at the problem.

Danny Kelly: The fun players on bad NFL teams.

Conor Orr: New York Giants QB Eli Manning may just be the latest in a long line of messy franchise QB divorces.

Chase Stuart: QB Joe Flacco and the Baltimore Ravens have a historically conservative offense.

The Washington Post: Washington QB Kirk Cousins declines to fire back at critics.

ProFootballTalk: The Oakland Raiders rule out WR Amari Cooper.

Football Outsiders: Film on the Cleveland Browns defense.

Pro Football Focus: Cincinnati Bengals CB William Jackson has been dominant against top opponents.

The Ringer: One of football’s most intuitive concepts has been dramatically dialed up this season, and for the Minnesota Vikings, Los Angeles Rams and Philadelphia Eagles, it’s made all the difference. The Green Bay Packers placed RB Ty Montgomery on injured reserve after he missed the last two games.

Associated Press: The NFL suspends Panthers DE Charles Johnson 4 games under the drug policy.


Can the Jets fix their offensive line, or is an offseason overhaul needed?

This poll is closed

  • 23%
    fix offensive line
    (25 votes)
  • 76%
    offseason overhaul needed
    (80 votes)
105 votes total Vote Now

Have a great weekend, everyone!