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.
SI.com: 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
fix offensive line
offseason overhaul needed
Have a great weekend, everyone!