Up and at them, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Aloha Friday...
Football Outsiders: The Jets moved up in DVOA ratings.
Yahoo!: Rex Ryan was wired for sound.
NBC New York: So far so good for John Idzik.
On a day like today, you still have a few hours to vote for Geno Smith as Rookie of the Week and Bilal Powell as Ground Player. It looks like they finally found someone to fix the names this time. Seriously, do I have to say the words? All I want is you to go there and just vote straight from the heart.
SI: Bilal could be an every-down back.
Jane McManus: Chris Ivory sits again.
Ben Shpigel: Will Campbell crosses to the other side.
Darryl Slater: Ben Kotwica is also responsible for coaching officials. My apologies to Ben, as I have been spelling his name wrong all these years.
Rich Cimini: Dennis Thurman told Kyle Wilson that revenge will come.
Randy Lange: The defense has built an early red zone wall.
Charlie Frankel: Demario Davis remembers his cousin, Steve McNair.
Kristian Dyer: Dee Milliner is in doubt against the Tennessee Titans.
Darryl Slater: Antonio Cromartie offers maintenance advice to Milliner.
The Jet Press: A conversation with Damon Harrison.
CBS New York: Boomer Esiason responds to Lawrence Taylor.
Tim Graham: Mario Williams says that the Buffalo Bills secondary makes the defensive line feel a lot of stress.
OSN: The 53 worst current Bills players.
AP: Tackling is a problem for the Miami Dolphins despite their 3-0 start.
AP: OC Kevin Gilbride needs to find a way to wake up the New York Giants offense.
AP: Craig Colquitt feels like he handed down a family business to Dustin Colquitt and Britton Colquitt.
AP: Ex-NFL player Paul Oliver commits suicide.
Doug Farrar: Houston Texans QB Matt Schaub is losing the battle of perception.
Doug Farrar: How DE Michael Bennett became the Seattle Seahawks' secret superstar.
SB Nation: Let's bring Cleveland Browns QB Brian Hoyer down a peg. A whole peg.
SB Nation: Are NFL ground games grounded?
Over the Cap: Which teams get the most out of their salary cap.
NFL Philosophy: The London experience.
Sports on Earth: Are NFL Network games always hard to watch?
MMQB: CBS Sports' Suzanne Smith is the only woman directing NFL games.
Here are yesterday's links, in case you missed them.
And here is the latest episode of The JETway:
Enjoy your weekend, everyone!