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New York Jets Flight Connections 12/08/17

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

Kristian Dyer: HC Todd Bowles deserves to be NFL Coach of the Year.

Ethan Greenberg: OC John Morton says Denver Broncos OLB Von Miller is a big challenge.

Fred Kerber: The Jets’ Miller plan depends on RT Brandon Shell, the lineman who keeps impressing.

Rich Cimini: QB Josh McCown receives an endorsement from Morton.

Mark Cannizzaro: McCown’s extra gift might be the most vital one for the Jets.

Manish Mehta: Can QB Christian Hackenberg still be the Jets quarterback of the future?

Darryl Slater: RB Matt Forte thinks he can still thrive in the NFL.

Connor Hughes: WR Robby Anderson was limited in practice on Thursday with a hamstring injury.

Calvin Watkins: WR Quincy Enunwa is the team’s nominee for the Walton Payton NFL Man of the Year award.

Daniel Popper: WR Chad Hansen is pulling for QB Davis Webb to succeed with the New York Giants.

Daniel Popper: Safeties Jamal Adams and Marcus Maye agree with Pittsburgh Steelers S Mike Mitchell.

Calvin Watkins: DT Steve McLendon weighs in on the Steelers and Cincinnati Bengals hostilities.

Bob Glauber: DE Leonard Williams is playing well despite the lack of sacks.

Dennis Waszak Jr.: Williams is being disruptive for the Jets despite the lack of sacks.

Pro Football Focus: The Broncos place DL Derek Wolfe on injured reserve.

Mile High Report: The Broncos are home underdogs to the lowly Jets.

Football Outsiders: Film on the Kansas City Chiefs defense.

The New York Times: Los Angeles Rams QB Jared Goff and Philadelphia Eagles QB Carson Wentz will finally meet on the field.

Associated Press: Even without TE Rob Gronkowski, the New England Patriots are big favorites versus the Miami Dolphins. Steelers LB Ryan Shazier had spinal stabilization surgery.

The Ringer: The impact of the NFL’s injured superstar class.

Deadspin: The Atlanta Falcons won in a wild finish after New Orleans Saints QB Drew Brees’ interception and HC Sean Payton’s penalty.

USA Today: The head of Fritz Pollard Alliance suggests that the Cleveland Browns ignored spirit of the Rooney Rule, given swift hiring of John Dorsey on Thursday.

Football Zebras: The NFL needs to stop scratching referees from teams who may hold a call against them.


Can QB Christian Hackenberg still be the Jets quarterback of the future?

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