Daily links to articles about the NFL's New York Jets.
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Bloomberg News: The NFL reaches an agreement with officials.
Seth Walder: For the second consecutive week, Rex Ryan second-guessed himself on a key decision before the half.
Brian Costello: Rex says that Vernon Davis is the NFL's best tight end.
Kimberley A. Martin: Rex is relying on the home crowd against the 49ers.
Mike Vaccaro: Mark Sanchez finds ways to win despite putting up some ugly quarterback numbers. Win method, anyone?
J.P. Pelzman: Sanchez is a late-game bloomer.
Sports Geek Guy: A reason to be cheerful about Sanchez.
The Fifth Down: The Jets won at Miami thanks to Santonio Holmes.
Newsday: Holmes and Sanchez are making a connection again this season. A flight connection?
Mike Vorkunov: Patrick Turner, Dustin Keller and John Conner were limited with injuries, while Stephen Hill missed practice.
Dennis Waszak Jr.: Tim Tebow is still a bystander as the Jets' offense struggles.
John Holt: The Jets' interest leads to a roster spot for Jonathan Grimes.
Dave Caldwell: Joe McKnight goes from one backfield to the other. Hey, if the position switch worked for Alex Smith. Didn't he use to be a tight end for the Browns?
Conor Orr: McKnight was surprised by the move to DB. It is important to note that Joe is trusting the coaches and accepting the challenge.
Mike Vorkunov: Antonio Cromartie is ready to take on the leadership role with the loss of Darrelle Revis.
The Fifth Down: Breaking down LaRon Landry's pick-six.
Pro Football Focus: Muhammad Wilkerson's work in the run game is out of this world. Big Mo makes their team of the week.
Jets Insider: It's time for the Jets draft choices to shine.
NYJets.com: Hispanic heritage day is set for Sunday.
NOLA.com: Jonathan Vilma reveals that ESPN is working on a character study of him and Gregg Williams.
Arrowhead Addict: The Kansas City Chiefs sign OL Bryan Mattison. He is a former Jet and Raven.
OSN: NFL fans are excited to finally bitch about regular referees.
And lastly, enjoy your Thursday, Gangnam Gangsters: