Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Saturday...
Wall Street Journal: Football's secret strategies. More from "Collision Low Crossers".
Daily News: DL Coach Karl Dunbar wasn't spared the flag.
Kimberley A. Martin: WR Jeremy Kerley's impact on the field is significant.
Fred Kerber: WR Santonio Holmes is a game-time decision.
Jame McManus: S Antonio Allen missed practice with a fever.
Stu Woo: CB Antonio Cromartie's struggles are blamed on his hip injury.
Michael J. Fensom: The Jets are unsure if their trio of starters will play.
Charlie Frankel: DLs Sheldon Richardson and Damon Harrison are living behind the line.
Baltimore Sun: DL Kenrick Ellis was fined for his facemask penalty, but Baltimore Ravens LB Courtney Upshaw was not fined for his hit on LB Troy Davis.
JetNation previews the game.
Pro Football Focus gives you three things to focus on.
ESPN tells you what to watch for.
Infinite Jets looks into former #68s Eric Cunningham and Charles Marshall.
Dennis Waszak Jr.: Former Jets LB Bart Scott tackles his new TV role.
Darryl Slater: The Dolphins won't have interceptions leader CB Dimitri Patterson.
Star-Ledger: Dolphins G Richie Incognito will remain suspended with pay.
ESPN: Will the Miami Dolphins have a sense of urgency?
NBC Bay Area: WR Andre Holmes shows the Oakland Raiders that he's a fine catch. Yo Holmes, smell ya later.
AP: Kansas City Chiefs LB Tamba Hali will play against the Denver Broncos.
AP: The San Francisco 49ers defense is rounding into form.
Detroit Free Press: Detroit Lions DL Ndamukong Suh was fined again by the NFL. So Suh me, he says.
Over the Cap: A quick glance at Green Bay Packers QB Matt Flynn's post 2011 career.
SB Nation: Pittsburgh Steelers HC Mike Tomlin is under investigation.
Deadspin: Why wasn't unconscious RB Le'Veon Bell given a touchdown? And he shall be Le'Veon. And he shall be a good man.
Advanced NFL Stats: The 2013 Philadelphia Eagles and the criteria of a Super Bowl contender.
New York Times: As Super Bowl hosts, the Jets and New York Giants have already been richly rewarded.