Daily links to articles about the NFL's New York Jets.
Well, we all know what N.Y. really means around here: Next Year. Always next year.
Kimberley A. Martin has a couple of good reads on Mike Westhoff. Westy wants his players to appreciate the privilege of playing the game, and he explains what motivates him to be the best at what he does. He also hints that he might return under the right circumstances. ;-)
Pro Football Focus shares a terrific interview with Brandon Moore.
Rex Ryan has his players' support. Not that it necessarily reflects on the field.
Gary Myers: Woody Johnson and Rex are made for each other.
Fansided: Is Woody the worst in the NFL? I think that's a bit much. I don't think he's the worst.
Tim Smith: The only resolution for the Jets is major change. Maybe starting with the general manager. You don't need to be captain obvious to figure that out. And if you don't get my point, just consider it a private joke.
Bob Glauber: Football people who are not connected with the Jets don't favor the ax falling on Mike Tannenbaum.
Kristian Dyer: The Jets need the anti Tannenbaum.
James Walker: Keeping Tannenbaum would be a mistake.
Conor Orr: The Jets offseason is all about change.
Eric Allen: Huge decisions are ahead for the Jets.
Brian Costello: Tannenbaum and Tony Sparano are likely to be shown the door.
Deadspin: Sparano's exit plays out like the world's saddest horse race.
Mike Vorkunov: Mark Sanchez ends his poor season by shouldering the blame. Say all you want about Mark, but he's certainly not a sore loser. He takes losing very well.
Jane McManus: Sanchez and Jeremy Kerley back the embattled Sparano.
Shutdown Corner: Mark shows one final time in 2012 that he's not very good. But wait until he watches film and finds a way to get better.
John Holt: The quarterbacks' situations are up in the air.
Neil Best: Tim Tebow again speaks cautiously after being given little playing time.
Sports Pickle: Rex names Tebow the offseason starter at quarterback.
Kevin Armstrong: Tim played one down, handing the ball off to Joe McKnight.
SB Nation: Shonn Greene posted average numbers in fantasy finale.
Mark Hale: Braylon Edwards says that the Jets offense has an identity problem.
Daily News: How SNY "SportsNite" comes up with winners every night.
Utica Observer-Dispatch: Bill Demory's time with the Jets mattered.
Enjoy your Monday, Gang Green Gangsters! My apologies for not posting for a couple of days. I was busy writing prequels for "Zero Dark Thirty", parts 1-29. Anyways, enjoy New Year's Eve, and please don't drink and drive.