Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! What's everybody so worried about? We'll take a look at the film and find ways to improve! Now here are your New York Jets links for today...
Mike Sielski: Rex Ryan faces several obstacles.
Steve Serby: The Jets are stuck in a recurring nightmare.
Ben Shpigel: Mark Sanchez throws two touchdowns, one for each team.
Manish Mehta: Sanchez sets the tone with a brutal interception.
Brian Costello: Same old Sanchez.
Eric Allen: Sanchez shows mettle in Motown.
SI: Sanchez and Geno Smith stay neck-and-neck in the quarterback race.
AP: The quarterback race is still unsettled.
Star-Ledger: Much work remains for the offense, but Kellen Winslow is still confident.
Winslow, Braylon Edwards and Dee Milliner were all healthy enough to play. Milliner even Dee-nied a touchdown.
New Jets TE Coach Steve Hagen has coached football all over everywhere. Didn't he start out as a consigliere somewhere?
It sure would be nice if Chris Ivory and Mike Goodson can get back on the field.
Jaiquawn Jarrett has impressed so far. He spends his day working hard on the go, but the hands on the clock keep spinning too slow.
Tim Tebow played about as well as expected for the New England Patriots.
Shonn Greene seemed to do all right with the Tennessee Titans. I only saw some of their game, but he seemed to still take on the tackles instead of avoiding them.
Herm Edwards spoke to the Alabama Crimson Tide. Probably told them that you play to win the game.
Sanchez gets up, and nothing gets him down. You got it tough? He's seen the toughest around. So you might as well jump:
Try to enjoy the weekend, okay?