Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for today...
Peter King: HC Rex Ryan has the surprising Jets in playoff contention.
J.P. Pelzman: Rex's defensive roots shine.
Brian Costello: OC Marty Mornhinweg is making the most of his limited options.
Michael J. Fensom: QB Geno Smith's ability to run the ball has added a new layer to the offense. It's a new level of confidence and power.
Randy Lange: WR David Nelson is extremely excited to play the Buffalo Bills.
Dennis Waszak Jr.: Nelson hopes to make the Bills pay. Oh, I get it.
Seth Walder: Nelson aims for revenge. I like revenging.
Manish Mehta: WR Santonio Holmes could be the answer in the playoff run.
Deadspin: How the Jets' run-stuffing, QB-ruining defensive line came to be. They write about DE Muhammad Wilkerson, NT Damon Harrison and DE Sheldon Richardson, aka the Sons of Anarchy. I'm pretty sure one of our members came up with that nickname first in the preseason. They weren't mentioned much, but NT Kenrick Ellison and OLB Quinton Copleson are pretty good, too.
Kimberley A. Martin: Wilkerson says that he's the best defensive player.
Kimberley A. Martin: CB Antonio Cromartie cursed out former Jets DC Mike Pettine in 2011.
Charlie Frankel: CB Darrin Walls and LB Troy Davis visited the Goryeb Children's Hospital.
Rich Cimini: S Rontez Miles goes from glory to pink slip in a few minutes.
SB Nation: NFL plays of the week.
Football Outsiders: Clutch encounters.
Advanced NFL Stats: End of the half clock management.
ESPN: Miami Dolphins HC Joe Philbin is fine with his new task force. It includes Jason Taylor and Curtis Martin.
Bleeding Green Nation: The Philadelphia Eagles have signed WR Brad Smith.
NFP: The Cincinnati Bengals tried out DL Marcus Dixon.
Doug Farrar: Kansas City Chiefs WR Dwayne Bowe has been arrested for speeding and possession of a controlled substance.
Don Banks: San Francisco 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick is disappointing in his second year as a starter.
AP: The Denver Broncos shun the ploy of max protection for QB Peyton Manning.
AP: Former NFL WR Sam Hurd could get life on a drug charge. I yield and I yield, but he still did not Hurd me.
Here are yesterday's links, in case you missed them.
And this one is for Rontez:
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