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

NY Jets: The Jets and the NYPD host a holiday shopping spree at Modell’s.

North Jersey: The Los Angeles Chargers are trying to make it to the playoffs, while the Jets are playing for pride.

Brian Costello: Jets have $80 million to spend, but is GM Mike Maccagnan the right guy to spend it?

Mark Cannizzaro: The Jets boxed themselves into an impossible corner with HC Todd Bowles.

Connor Hughes: The Jets’ biggest surprises of the 2017 season, including QB Christian Hackenberg.

Connor Hughes: What the Jets have to make sure they do this offseason, including finding a quarterback and re-signing TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins.

Eric Allen: S Jamal Adams and QB Josh McCown were named third and fifth alternates.

Rich Cimini: Adams vows to never miss another Pro Bowl.

Rich Cimini: The Jets should sit DE Muhammad Wilkerson.

Darryl Slater: Ranking the Jets’ biggest underachievers of 2017, including Wilkerson. ...The Wilkman did not deliver.

Calvin Watkins: WIlkerson and DE Leonard Williams are heading in opposite directions.

Aaron Wilson: The Houston Texans audition S Calvin Pryor.

Brian Costello: Jets coaching castoff Anthony Lynn finds success with the Chargers.

Tom Ley: Cincinnati Bengals QB Andy Dalton has the bad quarterback performance of the week.

Chase Stuart: This is the weakest season for high end passing since 1996.

Jarrett Bell: As disgraced Carolina Panthers owner Jerry Richardson prepares to sell his franchise, it's time for NFL to again address diversity, this time at ownership level.

Diana Moskovitz: You survived at NFL Network by staying silent.

Deadspin: QB Tom Brady’s quack doctor is banned from the New England Patriots planes and sidelines.

Associated Press: Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers is done for the season.

Associated Press: The Pittsburgh Steelers will have to pick up the pieces from an emotional loss without WR Antonio Brown.

Poll

Were the Jets robbed of the Pro Bowl?

This poll is closed

  • 16%
    Yes.
    (29 votes)
  • 83%
    No.
    (144 votes)
173 votes total Vote Now

I’m just thinking of the right words to say, and I know they don’t plan the way I sound them to be:

Let them have their Pro Bowls, we still have our Todd Bowles.