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New York Jets Flight Connections 12/20/17

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Mo Money.
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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.


Were the Jets robbed of the Pro Bowl?

This poll is closed

  • 16%
    (29 votes)
  • 83%
    (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.