Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for today...
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Don Banks is mentioning HC Rex Ryan as potential Coach of the Year, and DE Sheldon Richardson ahead as DROY.
Tara Sullivan: The Jets' playoff push bodes well for Ryan.
Inside STL: Richardson is living up to the Mizzou pipeline hype.
NJ.com: DT Damon Harrison tweets about his pedicure.
Randy Lange: OLB Quinton Coples is feeling like his old self again.
Kristian Dyer: C Nick Mangold delivers his tips for Movember.
Neil Best: QB Geno Smith wants to have a long-running career.
Rich Cimini: The Jets figure out the Tim Tebow experiment with Geno.
Brian Costello: The rookies say that they won't crumble.
Fred Kerber: The Jets' goal is to maintain a strong run game.
Charlie Frankel: WR Santonio Holmes could lead all hands on deck.
Mark Cannizzaro: The Jets need Holmes, but it's too risky to count on him.
Matt Ehalt: TE Jeff Cumberland was practicing yesterday.
Darryl Slater: After concussions, Cumberland and S Antonio Allen progress toward playing.
Lewistown Sentinel: Former Jets LB Ralph Baker played football in a different time.
Kimberley A. Martin: Rex would love to add free agent S Ed Reed.
Mike Florio: Reed has a financial incentive to wait until the playoffs.
Tim Graham: The Bills secondary is notably stronger. By the way, I just wanted to mention that I miss reading Tim Graham everyday when he used to be the AFC East guy.
Michael J. Fensom: The Bill's flagging passing attack could be depleted by injuries.
ESPN: The Bills brass comes to QB E.J. Manuel's defense.
AP: Bills RB C.J. Spiller is not concerned over his playing time.
Buffalo Rumblings: How the Jets stopped Spiller.
Pro Football Focus: Buffalo Bills at Pittsburgh Steelers refocused.
USA Today: Miami Dolphins players tread lightly in discussing GM Jeff Ireland.
Journal Sentinel: The Green Bay Packers simply have no choice but to band together.
AP: The Chicago Bears' defense is leaky against the run game.
AP: The core of the St. Louis Rams defense was in place when HC Jeff Fisher arrived.
AP: Arizona Cardinals QB Carson Palmer prepares for the Jacksonville Jaguars.
AP: HC Gary Kubiak will coach the Houston Texans against the Oakland Raiders.
AP: Kansas City Chiefs WR Dwayne Bowe will play after his arrest. If birds fly over the Dwayne Bowe, why oh why can't I?
SB Nation: The Denver Broncos' first-strike capability and more.
OSN: Pittsburgh residents are horrified to learn that Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger considers their city home.
Doug Farrar: The Seattle Seahawks and the Minnesota Vikings are both keeping an eye on WR Percy Harvin's impending return.
Don Banks: HC Ron Rivera's Carolina Panthers turnaround is proof of the virtues of patience. Like I always say, patience comes to those who wait.
Joe Bussell: The art of separation.
Over the Cap: Is the wide receiver market the next to fall?
NFP: Salary cap kings.
Football Zebras: Dean Blandino says that the foul on the punter should be 15 yards.
Football Outsiders: The view from the top.
New York Times: Todd Christensen, the record-setting tight end, dies at 57.
Deadspin: Bill Parcells used to have Drew Bledsoe fetch drinks for Mike Francesa.
Here are yesterday's links, if you're feeling nostalgic.
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Have a great day, everyone!