Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters. Well, I guess there's really not much to say at this point, except: I"M AT A LOSE.
Now here are your daily New York Jets links for today...
The Ringer: The Jets are officially tanking the 2017 season.
Washington Post: The Jets won't stop until they are the youngest and worst team in the NFL.
Rich Cimini: The Jets' massive offseason overhaul includes cutting ties with 11 veteran players.
Conor Orr: The Jets' cuts raise questions about the near future at quarterback.
Mike Florio: The Jets look to be in a full-season tank.
Steve Serby: The Jets should totally tank on the 2017 season.
Gary Myers: The Jets' latest move solidifies the plan to get the top NFL draft pick.
Brian Costello: Can HC Todd Bowles and GM Mike Maccagnan survive the Jets' tank job?
Connor Hughes: Maccagnan's roster cuts will cost Bowles his job.
Darryl Slater: What does WR Eric Decker's release mean for WR Quincy Enunwa?
Randy Lange: Confidence is rising for QB Christian Hackenberg.
M Live: ILB David Harris' release from the Jets leaves a bad taste with his agents.
Steve Serby: Harris is the savior the New York Giants need.
Manish Mehta: Why owner Woody Johnson decided to cut Harris and Decker.
Kimberley A. Martin: The Jets don't plan to discipline ILB Darron Lee for an incident with his girlfriend.
Sports Illustrated: DE Muhammad Wilkerson tops the Jets player rankings.
Who put sugar in our gas tank?:
Do you remember ten years ago when the Jets refused to give Pete Kendall a $1 million raise and tanked the season?
Anyways, happy hump day.