Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this blue Christmas (depending on how you look at it)...
Pro Football Focus: Los Angeles Chargers at Jets refocused.
Bob Glauber: QB Bryce Petty says he knows what he wants to do mentally but doesn’t have his feet under control.
Connor Hughes: It’s time for the Jets to start QB Christian Hackenberg.
Mark Cannizzaro: The only way for the Jets to get anything out of their last game.
Eric Allen: With a game to go, RB Bilal Powell has established personnel bests in yardage and touchdowns.
Calvin Watkins: With DE Muhammad Wilkerson again inactive, the ending between the two parties seems to be near.
Rich Cimini: The team's intention is to deactivate Wilkerson in the season finale as well, a source said.
Bog Glauber: OLB Jordan Jenkins insists that this year’s team shouldn’t be lumped in with the woebegone teams of the past.
Brian Costello: S Jamal Adams has had some good moments as a rookie this season, but he has yet to record an interception.
Dennis Waszak Jr.: When the Chargers opened the season 0-4, few gave them much of a chance to make the playoffs.
Lorenzo Reyes: Mike Pereira rips the NFL for the Buffalo Bills’ overturned touchdown catch.
Deadspin: Bills RB Travaris Cade suffered a horrifying leg injury.
Associated Press: The Kansas City Chiefs beat the Miami Dolphins to win back-to-back AFC West titles.
The Ringer: The San Francisco 49ers officially have a franchise quarterback in QB Jimmy Garoppolo. ...Literally the second coming of sliced bread.
Associated Press: The Los Angeles Rams beat the Tennessee Titans and clinch the NFC West title.
Associated Press: The defense propelled the New Orleans Saints past the Atlanta Falcons and into the playoffs.
Associated Press: QB Cam Newton’s touchdown lifted the Carolina Panthers into the playoffs.
Deadspin: Tampa Bay Buccaneers QB Jameis Winston melted down after the Panthers comeback.
ProFootballTalk: The Arizona Cardinals shut out the New York Giants.
Football Zebras: Liveblog coverage of the calls and rules interpretations in Week 16.
Chase Stuart: The Cleveland Browns defy regression to the mean and remain terrible against the spread.
Adam Schefter: UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen would prefer to play for the Giants over the Browns.
Chris Mortensen: The NFL has made big changes to its concussion protocol, including adding more independent neurologists and the immediate removal of players who show impact seizure symptoms during a game.
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Happy holidays, everyone! Don’t drink and drive. Don’t text and drive.