Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for today...
Dennis Waszak Jr.: The Jets are inconsistent through their 3-3 start.
Bob Glauber: The New England Patriots are the first of three tough tests for the Jets.
Steve Serby: Rex Ryan is hoping to avoid the same fate as New Orleans Saints DC Rob Ryan.
Kristian Dyer: David Garrard plans to stick with the Jets the second time around.
Brian Costello: Geno Smith and the Jets look forward to a second chance against the Patriots.
Darryl Slater: Nick Mangold says that the line must protect Geno better.
Rich Cimini: The underworked Chris Ivory stays patient for now. Patience comes to those who wait.
Matt Ehalt: Clyde Gates had an MRI but there was no word on Kyle Wilson.
Stu Woo: Antonio Cromartie is suddenly the weak link.
Ben Shpigel: To catch the Patriots, the Jets must focus on pass coverage.
Randy Lange: The Jets thirst to end their interception drought.
Billings Gazette: Lex Hilliad is coaching football in Montana.
NY Jets Cap shares post game thoughts.
JetNation grades the Jets.
The Jet Press grades the Jets.
The Post grades the Jets.
The Record grades the Jets.
Newsday grades the Jets.
Pro Football Focus refocuses on the game.
ESPN NY reviews the game.
AFC East Blog gets to know the Jets.
Infinite Jets: 1968 was our year.
NFP: The New York Giants are trying out RB Danny Ware.
USA Today: Tom Brady says that no resentment exists toward Rob Gronkowski.
Daily Norseman: A request from Minnesota Vikings RB Adrian Peterson.
SB Nation: San Diego Chargers QB Philip Rivers wins and celebrates like Philip Rivers.
Philly.com: Philadelphia Eagles HC Chip Kelly won't pick a starting quarterback just yet.
OSN: A suicide hotline operator is sick of talking down Jacksonville Jaguars players.
OSN: Week Six winners and losers.
AP: A second worker dies at the San Francisco 49ers construction site.
Enjoy the rest of your week, everyone. And beware the Ides of October.