Aloha Friday, Gang Green Gangsters!
Woody Johnson and Robert Kraft support different candidates. No politics here. Comment on the linked site if you need to.
Mike Tannenbaum is fine with Darrelle Revis's choice of doctor.
Rex Ryan isn't very revealing about the team's injuries.
Rex wants his players rested for New England.
Mike Westhoff thinks that special teams play comes down to execution more than surprise.
Matt Bowen breaks down Mark Sanchez's touchdown pass to Jason Hill.
Phil Simms was impressed with Sanchez, despite only 82 yards passing.
Tim Tebow believes he has learned from his past encounters with the New England Patriots.
Bart Hubbuch: New England's defense is preparing for Tebow.
Dennis Waszak Jr.: Tebow could step in at running back for the short-handed jets.
Dave Caldwell: Is that the game plan or a misdirection play?
James Walker: It's not a bad idea.
Randy Lange: Shonn Greene and who will run the rock against the Patriots?
Mike Vorkunov: Greene is improving with the increased workload.
You still have a few hours to vote Greene Machine as FedEx Ground Player of the Week.
Joe McKnight wants to play on Sunday although he is injured with a high ankle sprain. Because he's bad, he's evil, he's Mojo Jojo.
Nick Mangold and Vince Wilfork have been teammates in the past, as both were in the same Pro Bowl team.
Nick was held out of practice yesterday, while Sione Po'uha and Clyde Gates were limited.
George Willis: Quinton Coples is being groomed to be a multi-dimensional defender.
Seth Walder: Rex wants Muhammad Wilkerson to build off his success against the Indianapolis Colts.
Eric Allen: The defense needs to slow the speedy Pats.
Mike Vorkunov: The Patriots see room to pass without Revis.
Bart Scott was pretty bland with reporters, and Aaron Berry is learning the system.
Yeremiah Bell and LaRon Landry look forward to the challenge of covering the Patriots tight ends.
Aaron Hernandez is confident in his return from injury.
ESPN Stats & Info previews the game.
Hayden Smith, Greg Salas and some other players are making more than the minimum salary for the practice squad.
John Conner presented a donation to PSAL before he was cut by the team.
The San Diego Chargers tell their fans to "take a chill pill".
Shutdown Corner: The San Francisco 49ers would be better off switching to Colin Kaepernick sooner than later.
Deadspin: The Washington Nationals and Baltimore Orioles are not refunding the service charge for games that don't exist. I know this is MLB, but hopefully this kind of thing doesn't spread to the NFL.
And lastly, here is another episode of the JETway with Dan Vollmayer: