Up and autumn, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this game day...
Mark Cannizzaro: The Jets could be in first place by Monday.
Ian O'Connor: If the Jets win today, John Idzik should consider a deal. And if they lose, burn everything to the ground!
Bob Glauber: This might be HC Rex Ryan's best coaching effort.
Brian Costello: QB Geno Smith's anti-fumble drills are working.
Seth Walder: The Jets are looking to lean on Geno and the passing game.
Kimberley A. Martin: An odd couple off the field, LT D'Brickashaw Ferguson and RG Willie Colon work together on it.
Kimberley A. Martin: The Jets need WR Jeremy Kerley to come up big again.
The Jets Blog: Scouting WR Greg Salas.
blainbradley1: An inside look at CB Ras-I Dowling.
Michael J. Fensom: Q&A with CB Ellis Lankster.
Rich Cimini: Q&A with S Antonio Allen.
Kevin Kernan: His high school coaches recall DL Sheldon Richardson's determined NFL dream.
Darryl Slater: K Nick Folk relies on a meticulous routine.
Charlie Frankel: Folk is on target with kickoffs, too.
Matt Ehalt: The fewer kicks, the better for Folk.
Hank Gola previews the game.
Kristian Dyer gives us three things to watch.
JetNation gives us Bengals players to watch.
ESPN gives us numbers to watch.
Cincy Jungle had questions for GGN.
Ask Cincinnati Bengals fans your questions here.
Talk about random stuff in our Thread About Nothing.
Here are yesterday's links, in case you missed them.
Here again is the latest episode of The JETway, while you wait for the game:
Happy Game Day, everyone!
Oh, and a non-football thought while we wait for the game, wasn't Saltalamacchia the bad guy in "Breaking Bad"? And his uncle Tio Saltalamacchia? Anyways, I think the first runner in this clip should have taken out the catcher. What's up with that slide? Maybe they need Mark Sanchez to teach them how to run head first into somebody.