Morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Woody Johnson believes Mitt Romney is more important than the Jets. He also wanted to keep the referee lockout going, by the way. I guess he is just being candid about his candidate, but if you don't think you can accomplish both goals equally and state that belief, maybe you are not fit to own a team. How dare you sell expensive PSLs and displace longtime loyal fans who have stuck with the team through the Hess days and say something like that?
The Daily Beast: How Romney's campaign resembles the Jets' season.
New York Times: Tim Tebow time draws near.
Mike Vaccaro: It's time to unleash Tebow as a weapon and not as decoy.
Ben Shpigel: The Jets have two quarterbacks but no easy answers.
Gary Myers: If Mark Sanchez doesn't turn the season around in the next four games, the Jets should replace him.
USA Today: Given a second chance, Aaron Berry vows that the Jets won't be sorry.
Pride of Detroit reacts to the Berry signing.
Aaron Maybin didn't see much of the field on Sunday. I thought OLB Coach Mike Smith was the second coming of sliced bread?
The Jets are hoping that Jeremy Kerley, Clyde Gates and Stephen Hill can step up. But rest assured they are giving due diligence. I got an idea: how about Quinton Coples? He once played receiver in high school.
Jets Twit reports on Santonio Holmes' social message.
Rich Cimini believes the the cutting of Dedrick Epps is a good sign for Dustin Keller. I'm not gonna say much more than this because I never played organized football personally: I miss the days of Curtis Martin, Wayne Chrebet, Jerricho Cotchery and Laveranues Coles holding on to the ball and not handing it to the other team because they got an owie.
Now let's turn that frown upside down with another episode of The JETway with Dan Vollmayer:
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