Good day, Gang Green Gangsters! After a few days without power, I'm back with your daily links.
The Jets hope to stick together through the tough times.
Hopefully, Gang Green can make some positive changes during the bye.
Steve Politi thinks Mike Tannenbaum is to blame for the Jets' season so far.
Tim Smith doesn't believe "all in" will work for Rex Ryan this year.
Gary Myers wants Rex to figure out how to use his quarterbacks.
Mark Cannizzaro believes Ryan's job could be threatened.
JetNation wonders whether Mike Westhoff is already in retirement mode. I still think Westy is doing relatively well for a guy with a constant roster turnover. When you add injuries to the mix, you're going to have some miscues.
The Staten Island Advance doesn't advice trading Tim Tebow.
Eli Manning commented on Mark Sanchez's situation.
Michael Salfino wonders whether Greg McElroy should step up.
Nick Mangold doesn't foresee teammates fingerpointing.
Jonathan Grimes has been waived, and Battle Red Blog reacts to the return of Grime Time.
Jeremy Kerley is The Jet Press's unsung hero.
Chaz Schilens finds his first Jets touchdown to be bittersweet.
Antonio Cromartie is a top cornerback, according to Pro Football Focus.
Conor Orr reviews the previous game.
Mike Sielski reviews the Jets at the midseason.
Kimberley A. Martin grades the Jets at the midseason.
Manish Mehta grades the Jets at the midseason.
Brian Costello doesn't think the rest of the season will go well, based on how they've done so far.
The Jets were one of the first teams to use the Hudl software.
And now here is the latest episode of The JETway with Dan Vollmayer:
I hope everyone is doing well and recovering from the storm all right. Be safe and take care of each other!