Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this gameday...
Brian Costello: Rex Ryan says that there will be no letdown against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Tara Sullivan: Players are rallying around Rex.
Matt Ehalt: Matt Simms and CBS announcer Phil Simms will be reunited today.
Manish Mehta: Nick Mangold's work ethic and teaching method rub off on Geno Smith.
Darryl Slater: Willie Colon boasts a tenacious style and bold personality.
J.P. Pelzman: Colon and Steelers WR Jerricho Cotchery are each facing a familiar foe.
Darryl Slater: Antonio Allen and Jaiquawn Jarrett are learning to always be ready.
NYJets.com: Darrin Walls talks about stopping the Steelers.
NYJets.com: Garrett McIntyre is not worried about a letdown.
Michael J. Fensom: As Damon Harrison has had success this season, his nickname has gone viral.
Kimberley A. Martin: Muhammad Wilkerson honors his mom, a breast cancer survivor.
Steve Politi: Wilkerson is the new face of the defense.
Steve Serby: Q&A with Wilkerson.
Steve Serby: The Jets new wave of Wilkerson, Harrison, Sheldon Richardson, Kenrick Ellis and Quinton Coples shows a hint of the Sack Exchange.
Behind the Steel Curtain: Wilkerson was a potential target for the Steelers in the 2011 draft.
Newsday: Nick Folk is keeping it simple and focused.
The Jet Press: STC Ben Kotwica talked about the automatic Folk.
Hank Gola: It's a short week vs. bye week showdown.
Kristian Dyer: Three things to watch.
Darryl Slater: Three matchups to watch.
Rich Cimini: What to watch for.
Pro Football Focus: Three to focus on.
Behind the Steel Curtain: Five reasons that the Steelers will beat the Jets.
Randy Lange: Ring of Honor inductee Marty Lyons has no quit and is all heart. He's got the heart of a Lyons.
The Garden Island: The Polynesian Football Hall of Fame welcomes its first members, including Kevin Mawae.
AP: Miami Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill is on a record sack pace.
Peter King: How the Jacksonville Jaguars can beat the Denver Broncos.
SB Nation: Minnesota Vikings RB Adrian Peterson will play today.
USA Today: The NFLPA says that Tampa Bay Buccaneers HC Greg Schiano is the Josh Freeman leak and wants him to be questioned.
Lehigh Valley Live: The PBS concussion documentary is a devastating must-see.
OSN: A study finds that the only safe place to tackle is the 4-inch area on the right thigh.
And now here is something from Automatic for the People:
Happy Game Day, everyone!