Daily links to articles about the NFL's New York Jets.
Good Monday morning, Gang Green Gangsters!
Ben Shpigel: The Jets ended a three-game slide.
Conor Orr: The Jets are relieved to stop the downward spiral.
Mike Sielski: The win is not a crisis-buster.
Brian Costello: Woody Johnson held a meeting on the state of the team last week.
Gary Myers: Rex Ryan and the Jets save the season with a win.
Bob Glauber: Mark Sanchez makes a strong statement about his ability to bounce back.
Steve Serby: Sanchez looks like the quarterback that the Jets are counting on.
Rich Cimini: Sanchez was on the mark.
Conor Orr: Did Tim Tebow's lack of playing time help Sanchez get in a rhythm?
Kimberley A. Martin: Sanchez and Bilal Powell get the Jets flying again.
Kevin Armstrong: Powell and Shonn Greene get the ground game up and running.
SB Nation: Greene lowers the boom on Craig Dahl.
Mark Cannizzaro: Chaz Schilens had a big day as a receiver and in the return game.
SB Nation: Santonio Holmes calls out Brian Schottenheimer.
New York Times: The Jets defense rejects its dose of Schottenheimer.
The Record: Mike Pettine won the chess match.
Star-Ledger: The Jets defense speaks loudly through its effort.
Bart Hubbuch: The defenders ignored Bart Scott's media boycott.
Eric Allen: Muhammad Wilkerson and the safety trio give St. Louis the blues.
Jeff Freier: Wilkerson is the unsung hero of the week.
J.P. Pelzman: Nick Folk had two 51-yard field goals.
And now, here is "Flying High Again" by Ozzy Osbourne:
And lastly, my apologies for not being around much lately. The hurricane threw my schedule for a loop, and when I get busy at work, I make up for lost quality time with my family. But things have slowed down and I should be back posting on a daily basis again.