Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Victory Monday...
Steve Politi: Rex Ryan was both lucky and good.
Kristian Dyer: The Jets continue to defy expectations.
Randy Lange: When push came to shove, the Jets got the call.
Steve Serby: The Jets are contenders, with a little help from above.
Stu Woo: A first-of-its-kind flag leads to a win for the Jets.
Rich Cimini: The Jets are no joke.
Darryl Slater: Amid swirling winds, Nick Folk remains perfect.
Dennis Waszak Jr.: Folk got a second chance as the Jets beat the New England Patriots.
Filip Bondy: Geno Smith is the quarterback of the future.
Mike Vaccaro: Geno's third-quarter runs show his growth.
Ian O'Connor: Geno beating Tom Brady was poetry in motion.
Brian Costello: Geno and Jeremy Kerley were on target.
Matt Ehalt: Kerley was key in third-down conversions.
Michael J. Fensom: Chris Ivory and Kerley star as offensive weapons.
Randy Lange: Kerley and Ivory were key contributors. Jeremy and Ivory go together in perfect harmony.
Mark Cannizzaro: Ivory had 104 yards in the win.
Greg Logan: Ivory helps the Jets turn back the clock to their run-heavy days.
Jane McManus: Josh Cribbs was as enthusiastic as his teammates.
Kimberley A. Martin: Inspired defense helped the Jets.
Darryl Slater.: The Jets stop the Patriots by excelling in third down defense.
Kristian Dyer: New father Antonio Allen stepped up to make the pivotal play.
Michael J. Fensom: Allen's play sparks the comeback.
Charlie Frankel: Allen was up to the task.
Rich Cimini: Sheldon Richardson says that they are better than the Patriots.
Kimberley A. Martin: Beating Brady was a nice birthday present for Muhammad Wilkerson.
Star-Ledger: The rule that saved the Jets had never been called before yesterday.
Pro Football Talk: Bill Belichick believed that the rule was improperly applied. That wouldn't be the first time he "misinterpreted" a rule.
Fox Sports: Mike Pereira explains the call.
Deadspin: No, the NFL did not quickly change the rulebook to screw the Patriots.
NY Jets Cap shares post game thoughts.
Turn On The Jets shares their initial reaction.
Pro Football Focus refocuses on the game. The Sons of Anarchy get noticed once again.
Turf Show Times: St. Louis Rams QB Sam Bradford is scheduled for ACL surgery. It's Kellen Clemens' time to shine under OC Brian Schottenheimer.
Windy City Gridiron: Chicago Bears QB Jay Cutler was knocked out of the game. Is it Josh McCown's time to shine under the guidance of QB coach Matt Cavanaugh?
Stampede Blue: Indianapolis Colts WR Reggie Wayne injured his right knee.
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Enjoy your Monday, everyone!