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Bringing your daily links to the NFL’s New York Jets"
Good morning , Gang Green Nation! I hope everyone’s having a great start to their day, and had an excellent weekend. Big appreciations to Mr. Wells for holding down the fort throughout the weekend. There’s not much NYJ related news, as there’s been a dry spell almost as long as the Jets making the playoffs. All kidding aside, when one of the articles is about dissecting a player’s tweets, you know the news is next to zilch. The team is in a weird situation themselves; with brand new coaches, a GM holding on by a thread, a clueless brother of the owner, and a plethora of big names , it’s really interesting to see how the season shakes out. As stated previously, I don’t think the team goes out and gets many other acquisitions in FA, and in fact believe the team will actually cut or trade players like Lee, McClendon, and one of McGuire or Cannon. I’m still finding it hard to believe there isn’t even a legitimate backup center on the team, but nothing surprises me anymore. Cornerback depth is definitely a problem, but I think Daryl Roberts will surprise a lot of people and become a solid #2 this year after a strong showing to start the year prior. With that said, here are your links to kick off your weekday.Rich Cimini - Recent trends say Jets' first-round pick Quinnen Williams will be a starLuke Easterling - What the Jets are getting in 6th-round pick Blessuan AustinSam Nuemann - 2019 NFL draft: Jets edge Jachai Polite poised for rookie successRobby Sabo - New York Jets projected 53-man depth chart for the 2019 seasonIan McCafferty - 3 Potential Trade Destinations for New York Jets Linebacker Darron LeeSpencer Aber - Jets G Kelechi Osemele has chip on shoulder for 2019 seasonAnthony Nash - Nov. 24 game vs. Jets is the only AFC game of its kind this season , in one specific wayTyler Calvaruso - Examining Jets WR Robby Anderson’s best TweetsHere are your missed connections from yesterday.Here’s the thread about nothing, Failure to Lunch. Click and check it out!I hope everyone has a safe and enjoyable rest of the day! Two of the league’s most promising young quarterbacks dueled today when the Texans visited the Jets, and it was Deshaun Watson‘s team who came out on top.Both Watson and Sam Darnold were excellent in a back-and-forth game, but Watson had the advantage of having DeAndre Hopkins to throw to. Hopkins caught 10 passes for 170 yards and two touchdowns, including the game-winner late in the fourth quarter, and the Texans won 29-22.Watson finished 22-for-28 for 294 yards, with two touchdowns and no interceptions. The big concern for the Texans is that Watson was sacked six times, and has now been sacked more than any quarterback in the NFL this season. The Texans need to keep Watson healthy , and that’s not the way to do it.Darnold shook off a slow start and was outstanding for most of the game, engineering long drives, buying time with his feet and finding receivers in the end zone. They came up short in the end, but Darnold completed 23 of 37 passes for 237 yards, with two touchdowns and no interceptions.The Texans are not officially in the playoffs, but at 10-4 there’s almost no scenario in which they don’t go. The Jets are going nowhere this season, and they fell to 4-10 with the loss.

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