Daily links to articles about the NFL's New York Jets.
Conor Orr: A week after ball security seminar, the Jets are still working to crack down on fumble issues.
Mark Hale: Each week, Bilal Powell's carries increase.
Brian Costello: The Jets have found a way to mismanage three quarterbacks this season.
Mike Sielski: Greg McElroy's injury last year is the key to his success.
Matt Ehalt: Mark Sanchez is excited to have Braylon Edwards back.
Kristian Dyer: Pete Carroll says that Braylon won't be ready to play for weeks.
Daytona Beach News-Journal: Mardy Gilyard had a more productive homecoming than Tim Tebow.
John Holt: Austin Howard, Caleb Schlauderaff, Konrad Reuland and Nick Bellore were with 20 students on a shopping spree.
Jake Steinberg: Ellis Lankster is a hero on and off the field.
Randy Lange: Antonio Cromartie's starting feat is not too common in the NFL.
Manish Mehta: Rex Ryan and Mike Pettine's defense has the Jets playoff hopes alive.
ESPN New York: How the Jets can make the playoffs.
AFC East Blog: The Jets are keeping an eye on the Cincinnati Bengals tonight.
1045 The Team: The Jets management is beyond incompetent.
Mike Vorkunov: The Tennessee Titans may be playing for Mike Munchak's job.
SI.com: Kliff Kingsbury has been hired as the Texas Tech football coach.
Associated Press: Adam Sandler wore a Jets shirt at the Superstorm Sandy benefit show.
New York Times: Lawmakers chastise the union for not moving forward on H.G.H. testing.