Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this game day. And don't worry, because we're scheduled to win today...
Deadspin: How the New York Post and Mark Cannizzaro manufactured a stupid controversy.
The Sports Xchange: HC Rex Ryan owes his job to his days in Baltimore.
Baltimore Sun: Rex and Baltimore Ravens HC Jim Harbaugh are forever linked following the 2007 season.
Baltimore Sun: Ryan and Harbaugh share Cincinnati Bearcats ties.
NPR: "Collision Low Crossers" resonates with the fan who has a long connection to the game.
Darryl Slater: The Jets cling to a consistent routine as they try to reverse their road fortunes.
Mike Vaccaro: Baltimore's history with the Jets has been one-sided lately.
Kimberley A. Martin: QB Matt Simms says that he's learning while being the backup to QB Geno Smith.
Jane McManus: Simms is recognized on his merits.
Michael J. Fensom: RB Alex Green describes his 327-yard rushing game in college. He also talks about WR Greg Salas.
Rich Cimini: Q&A with WR Josh Cribbs.
AP: WR Jeremy Kerley and LB Garrett McIntyre are out against the Ravens.
Daily News: The Jets aim to stop Ravens RB Ray Rice with their top-ranked run defense.
Ben Shpigel: S Ed Reed's film study is mesmerizing S Josh Bush.
Brian Costello: Reed cuts into rookie playing time.
Charlie Frankel: It will be a tough task for P Ryan Quigley and the cover team.
Manish Mehta: K Nick Folk has booted six kickers to the unemployment line.
Hank Gola: The Jets hope that the pattern holds against the defending champs.
The Jets Blog previews the game.
Pro Football Focus gives you three things to focus on.
The Star Ledger has three matchups to watch.
The Metro has three things to watch.
Football Zebras lists the referee assignments. We get Jeff Triplette for our game.
ESPN: Released RB Leon Washington could still return to the New England Patriots down the line.
Over the Cap: A look at considerations on an extension for Atlanta Falcons WR Roddy White.
AP: The Cincinnati Bengals' team of extremes is in control of the AFC North.
AP: The Carolina Panthers must be careful not to get cocky.
Football Zebras: Suspending referees is uncommon in the NFL.
NFL Philosophy: Having a bad quarterback is better than having an above average quarterback.
The new Thread About Nothing is up.
Here are yesterday's links, in case you missed them.
I think I found some video of Smackdad's lovely Loretta:
Some Counting Crows, because it will be raining in Baltimore... with the Ravens' tears!:
And here's that show that that one friend of yours insists that you just have to watch:
Have a great day, everyone!