Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this game day...
The team went to a Broadway show recently.
Jason La Canfora writes about the team's media coverage.
Don Banks blames Woody Johnson for the state of the team.
Steve Serby doesn't like that John Idzik doesn't speak to the media more than is required of him.
Michael Salfino warns against overreacting to Geno Smith's performance thus far.
The Jets Blog shares a scouting report on Graham Harrell.
Matt Simms may earn a roster spot with a good performance tonight.
Ryan Spadola has caught everyone's eye with his performance.
Clyde Gates will have to take over for kickoff returns.
Jeremy Kerley fair catches because he worries about dropping the football.
JetNation approves of how the team handled Mike Goodson.
Dee Milliner will not play tonight.
The Jet Press gives you five things to watch tonight.
Rich Cimini tells you what to watch for.
Former Jets DE Joe Jackson will speak at a church.
Darrelle Revis spoke about Richard Sherman.
The New England Patriots have let go of CB Ras-I Dowling. Wasn't he the bad guy in "Batman Begins"?
Alligator Army responds to the reports regarding Aaron Hernandez's college days.
Over the Cap explains injury settlements.
SI: How Catapult is revolutionizing the NFL.
Detroit News: Ezekiel Ansah's absence at the Detroit Lions kickoff luncheon fuels the concussion speculation. They looked around the place and said, "There ain't no EZ Ansah."
AP: The San Francisco 49ers are trying to make it 3 in a row atop the NFC West.
PFT: Injuries are testing the Seattle Seahawks depth along the defensive line.
Biz Journals: The American Dream mall is still negotiating legal hurdles.
Who's going to this? I'm thinking about it.
Here are yesterday's links, in case you missed it.
And now some Me First and the Gimme Gimmes:
Have a great day, everyone!