Bob Raissman is impressed by HC Rex Ryan's media savvy.
It's all fun and games until somebody gets hurt in the standings.
STC Mike Westhoff honored his assistant Ben Kotwicka yesterday, who is a war veteran.
The offensive linemen want to run more than pass.
It might be time to rest RB LaDainian Tomlinson and give more touches to RB Shonn Greene.
LT will be getting more rest during the week, but he argues that he isn't slowing down.
Tomlinson may be a consideration for an MVP award.
WR Santonio Holmes now feels more comfortable with the offense.
WR Brad Smith and CB Kyle Wilson promoted physical activity to kids at Ridgedale Middle School.
Isle of Kyle will get more playing time on Sunday. Hopefully the benching helped him to calm down and de-stress a little.
The defense plans to stop the run and force fumbles.
OLB Jason Taylor has respect for Cleveland, especially after their latest wins.
SNY.tv shares video of an interview with QB Mark Sanchez.
Manish Mehta gives an update on the body language fines for Sanchize. He also notes that ILB Bart Scott was fined for not buckling his chin straps against the Lions, whom he referred to as soft players trying to be tough.
Every employee at Florham Park and the new Jets stadium did penance for players' penalties at practice.
Jets executive Matt Higgins says he will inform fans via Twitter who want to do penalty push-ups.
Michael Salfino: The most impressive way to win is to win unimpressively.
CBS analyst Bill Cowher: Good teams know how to win games.
Jets Kvetch is surprised that his players haven't quit on Browns HC Eric Mangini.
Before leaving New York, Mangenius advised the team to embrace his successor.
Browns rookie QB Colt McCoy has the full support of veteran QB Jake Delhomme.
Browns LB Marcus Benard is recovering after collapsing in the locker room.
Jets Insider previews the game.
Jets Insider examines how the Browns have been successful lately.
Seemingly, Gang Green has the easiest schedule in the division for the rest of the year.
Once again, Infinite Jets is brought to you by the number 45.
SB Nation looks into a future without NFL football.