Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for today...
Steve Politi: Snow at the Super Bowl should be embraced and not feared. Well, at least we don't have to play in a cold weather Super Bowl, right? Our Super Bowl next year is going to be nice and warm.
Ben Shpigel: The Jets carry on as time winds down on the season.
Brian Costello: HC Rex Ryan says that he felt like he got kicked in the head after the Baltimore Ravens win. And their Week 12 win felt like a kick in the groin.
Steve Serby: Jets players are squarely in Rex's corner.
Rich Cimini: The players' support means nothing.
Forbes: The Jets should retain Rex.
Turn On The Jets: When it comes to Rex and QB Geno Smith, neither case is clear cut.
Michael J. Fensom: WR Dwight Jones completes his painful journey back to the NFL.
Seth Walder: WR Santonio Holmes is willing to take a pay cut. How about we pay you zero dollars and you don't even have to play a snap?
Jane McManus: RT Austin Howard is fine.
NJ Today: LB Demario Davis visited a Boys & Girls Club.
Jane McManus: DE Sheldon Richardson and DROY.
Charlie Frankel: CB Antonio Cromartie's next task is to slow Browns WR Josh Gordon.
Kristian Dyer: Gordon calls out the Jets secondary. Um, no he didn't. C'mon, Kristian, you better than that.
Darryl Slater: Cleveland Browns CB Joe Haden missed yesterday's practice.
ClevelandBrowns.com: Browns QB Jason Campbell aims for improvement.
Dawgs By Nature: Browns TE Jordan Cameron's status is in doubt.
Deadspin: A six-year-old San Francisco 49ers fan writes a threatening letter to the Seattle Seahawks.
Multichannel.com: The FCC approves NPRM on sports blackout rule.
Check out this mock draft and let us know what you think.
Check out these pocket shirt cats. I can go with either L or XL and you can address it to our SB Nation office in New York.
Here are yesterday's links, in case you missed them.
And now, some Barbara Lynn, singing Ryan's theme song:
Happy Thursday, everyone!