Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links...
Rich Cimini: Shame on the Jets for mistreating Mark Sanchez. Agreed. Giving him a contract extension was not the right way to treat an underperforming player.
NYJets.com: Geno Smith is nominated for 2 NFL awards. Vote early and vote often for Pepsi Rookie of the Week and for GMC Never Say Never.
Darryl Slater: Geno says that the Monday night success doesn't increase his already high confidence.
Stu Woo: Geno and company deserve respect.
Neil Best: Geno has the makeup for the task.
The Post: How Geno's start stacks up against classic Jets quarterbacks.
The Metro: The biggest win of the season wasn't enough to put Kellen Winslow in a good mood.
PFT: Winslow is apparently not happy with his decreased opportunities.
AP: The Jets are sparked by many critics and doubters.
Seth Walder: Rex Ryan won't try to win over critics.
Brian Costello: Rex wisely opted against the two-point conversion.
Mark Cannizzaro: The Jets are in contention as Ryan evolves.
Mike Lupica: Rex is back from the abyss.
Bart Hubbuch: Woody Johnson is not ready to commit to Ryan next season.
Kimberley A. Martin: Woody praises Rex's coaching.
Johnette Howard: Rex finds a match in Geno and Marty Mornhinweg.
Behind the Steel Curtain: Willie Colon and his peak-and-valley time with the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Michael J. Fensom: After a thrilling victory in Atlanta, expectations have shot up for the Jets.
Kristian Dyer: The Jets find a blueprint for success in an error-free win.
Steve Serby: The Jets have gone from clowns to contenders.
Matt Ehalt: There is no update on Antwan Barnes.
J.P. Pelzman: Kickers face a do-or-die pressure where any miss could be their last.
SB Nation: "Hard Knocks" will require team participation.
ESPN: Ryan Spadola has signed with the Miami Dolphins practice squad. He actually chose to go there when he could have stayed here. So to him I say GTFO.
NFP: Jason Smith works out for the Houston Texans.
TMZ: Braylon Edwards delivered a cheap shot.
Deadspin: A timeline of concussion science and NFL denial. If you watched "League of Denial" last night, you'll know that the Jets doctor, Elliot Pellman, was in charge of the NFL's committee. Wayne Chrebet suffered a bunch of concussions under his watch.
You can watch the PBS documentary here.
Here are yesterday's links, in case you missed them.
And here are some fun stuff about New York. If you're a tourist, you're a jerk:
Do not hold the train doors:
And don't spill coffee on telekinetic New Yorkers:
Happy Hump Day, everyone!