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Bringing your daily links to the NFL’s New York Jets

Good morning, Gang Green Nation. I hope you’re all having a great start to the day. Shout out to Mr. Wells for holding down the fort over the weekend. The New York Jets lost in heartbreaking fashion to the Minnesota Vikings yesterday, unable to convert in the red zone four times to take a game-winning lead late in the 4th quarter. The team had issues in the red zone all game, which resulted in them kicking five field goals in the game. The lone touchdown scored in the red zone was a Mike White QB sneak that had to be reviewed before being confirmed. That summed up the game in what was an excellent defensive performance by the Jets. To me, if there was a better game called on offense, maybe the team would have gotten the job done. This week they have a tough task against the Buffalo Bills in what should be a must-win game for the Jets. With that, here are your links to the team to start your morning.

Geoff Magliocchetti – NY Jets lose a tough one to Vikings, 27-22 | Highlights – Highlights | Every Garrett Wilson Catch During His 162-Yard Game vs. the Vikings

Justin Fried – NY Jets K Greg Zuerlein breaks franchise record with 60-yard FG

Randy Lange – Jets-Vikings Game Recap | Jets Rally Late but Not Enough, Fall to Vikings 27-22

Andy Vasquez – Jets squander huge chance vs. Vikings | Their road to the playoffs just got much tougher

Randy Lange – Jets Defenders Lament Not Being Able to Overcome 1st-Half ‘Gut Punch’ vs. Vikings

Brian Costello – Mike White’s Jets rally falls just short in loss to Vikings

Jack Bell – Jets’ QB Mike White: ‘Moral Victories Don’t Count in the NFL’

Brian Costello – Jets report card: Red-zone failures doomed them

Justin Fried – Mike White must remain the NY Jets starting QB despite Week 13 loss

John Pullano – Jets HC Robert Saleh: Garrett Wilson Is ‘Special’

Here are your missed connections from yesterday.

I hope you all have a safe and wonderful rest of the day.