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Toni Monkovic: A case for keeping Rex Ryan.
Jeff Freier: Will Ryan's days end like so many other Jets coaches?
Corey Griffin: How the media will fire Rex.
Conor Orr: Ryan is not commenting on Kerry Rhodes.
Kimberley A. Martin: Rex explains why there was no claim on Jason Babin.
Mike Vorkunov: Rex expects Stephen Hill to step up.
SB Nation New York: Jeremy Kerley was limited yesterday.
Pro Football Focus: D'Brickashaw Ferguson is a player who never gets his due as a top notch tackle.
Randy Lange: Hill, Quinton Coples and Demario Davis tackle the rookie wall.
Steve Serby: Mark Sanchez is not rattled by the blooper reel play.
Manish Mehta: Mark is no shoo-in to be the starting quarterback next season.
Dennis Waszak Jr.: Sanchez's numbers are better, but he is struggling.
Brian Costello: Tim Tebow says that Rex will decide if he will play.
Seth Walder: Ryan expects that Tebow will be ready to suit up.
Matt Ehalt: The Jets are using videos to fix turnovers.
Conor Orr: The offense is determined to fix the turnover problem.
Conor Orr: The Jets are putting increased emphasis on ball security.
Neil Best: Bart Scott is bothered by Jets fans' behavior.
Gary Myers: Bart doesn't care what you say or think.
Mike Vorkunov: The Arizona Cardinals are still looking for their quarterback of the future.
Mike Sielski: The Cardinals are the Jets' alter ego.
Kimberley A. Martin: Ken Whisenhunt says that the Jets are a lot like them.
Kimberley A. Martin: Jay Feely is surprised by the Jets special teams follies.
Jets Insider: Sunday's largest problem is Daryl Washington.
AZCentralSports: The flightless Jets.
The Post: Jets tickets are cheap on the secondary market.
Girls Don't Know Sports: An open letter to fellow Jets fans.
NY Jets 101: The Jets 1997 season.
Football Perspective: Interview with Aaron Schatz.
Sports Geek Guy: Colin Kaepernick and reading the option.