Daily links to articles about the NFL's New York Jets.
Randy Lange: Rex Ryan's prescription is to clean up the mistakes and keep up the improvement.
Brian Costello: Rex says it's ridiculous to say that the Jets were spooked out.
Dennis Waszak Jr.: Ryan paraphrased Herman Edwards. What did he say? You play not to lose the game?
Jeff Capellini: Point fingers at Rex and Tony Sparano for the failure at Foxborough.
Gary Myers: Rex shows a lack of faith in Mark Sanchez.
Steve Serby: C'mon, Rex, let Mark air it out a little.
George Bretherton: Dissecting Mark's postgame demeanor.
Brian Costello: Ryan defends the limited use of Tim Tebow.
Conor Orr: Shonn Greene is fine following his collision.
Arthur Staple: Greene and Joe McKnight give the Jets reason for optimism.
Kimberley A. Martin: Jeff Cumberland has a dislocated hand.
Kevin Armstrong: Rex was delighted with Jeremy Kerley.
Mike Mazzeo: Besides his drop, Rex is pleased with Stephen Hill.
John Holt: Big ups to Isaiah Trufant for competing against Wes Welker. Tru dat, tru dat.
Conor Orr: The Jets are staying positive, hoping that it translates to future wins.
Kristian Dyer: The Jets are taking good things from the loss.
Ben Shpigel: AFC parity gives the Jets time to find their identity. The word is parity, not parody, Mr. former Jet turned analyst (you know who you are).
NFL.com: The Jets were admirable in defeat.
The Jet Press grades the Jets.
The Record grades the Jets.
ESPN NY grades the Jets.
Bob Raissman: Phil Simms was surprisingly quiet late in the tilt.
Shutdown Corner: Jim Nantz gets the winner wrong after the Patriots beat the Jets. I don't know why there is such a big deal being made of this. It seemed to me like he simply slipped, and not that he actually thought the Jets had won. He immediately corrected himself.
Associated Press: The Detroit Lions signed Justin Miller before playing the Chicago Bears.