Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Sunday...
We are working on fixing the bugs here at GGN. Here are some articles that went up today:
A link to the FanPosts.
Apparently, the Jets weren't the only team involved in the Thursday night fight, as apparently the Patriots were fighting, too.
NFL.com: Could Mark Sanchez regain the starting quarterback job?
Steve Serby: Sanchez shows class despite his murky future. Mark is a nice guy, no doubt, and that may actually be the problem.
Darryl Slater: John Idzik says that it was not a mistake that Sanchez played behind a backup line. To paraphrase Mr. Blonde: "I told him not to touch the alarm, and he touched it. If he hadn't done what I told him not to do, he'd still be alive."
Bob Glauber: Is Geno Smith ready to be the long-term pilot at quarterback? He's dangerous but he can be my wingman anytime.
Rich Cimini: Analyzing Geno's mistakes.
Charlie Frankel: Austin Howard takes his turn as interviewer. Good luck to Austin but "Jets Huddle" hosts in the past haven't come back the next season.
The Jet Press: The rise of Damon Harrison.
Michael J. Fensom: Dawan Landry was fined for his hit at Mike Williams' head. This is the one that was initially called on Dee Milliner.
New York Times: Peyton Manning and Eli Manning spin more than spirals.
New York Times:Oakland Raiders QB Terrelle Pryor has helped excite a waning fan base.
New York Times: The Jacksonville Jaguars' new fantasy football lounge keep people buying tickets instead of staying home.
Over the Cap: The consequences of Indianapolis Colts RB Vick Ballard's injury.
USA Today: Detroit Lions DC Gunther Cunningham doesn't want Ndamukong Suh to change his style.
AP: The Chicago Bears look to build on their win when the Minnesota Vikings visit.
AP: Steve Young wants to build bridges with the gay community.
National Football Post: Washington has cut Pat White.
And now some Stealer's Wheel because we seem to be stuck in the middle with you:
Enjoy the rest of your weekend, everyone.