And then you realize, it's only Thursday. But wait, there's football! Here are your daily New York Jets links for today, Gang Green Gangsters!
Newsday: Woody Johnson supports Rex Ryan. You know, the guy he wanted his new GM to keep.
The Metro: John Idzik stands behind his head coach.
New York Times: Geno Smith is assured of the Week 1 job and nothing else. That's good.
Star-Ledger: Going week-to-week on his status could hamper Geno's development. Nah, make him earn it.
ESPN New York: His teammates support Geno.
The Jets Blog: Scouting Brady Quinn.
The Jet Press: No matter who plays quarterback, the offense will exceed expectations.
Star-Ledger: Santonio Holmes believes that he will play this year but isn't sure about Sunday.
Pro Football Talk: The Jets are interested in a possible Leon Washington return.
Infinite Jets: Before he ended up in Tampa, Darrell Austin played at guard for the Jets.
SB Nation: Darrelle Revis will let the Tampa Bay Buccaneers know what the Jets used to run. They used to let this one guy cover the receiver alone. Now they don't have that guy but have an actual defensive line.
Star-Leger: Greg Schiano returns to New Jersey.
Buffalo News: Buffalo Bills S Jairus Byrd is trying to orchestrate a trade. Don't hate, orchestrate.
USA Today: The NFL is offering millions for helmet innovations.
USA Today: Denver Broncos CB Champ Bailey will not play in the season opener.
Cincinnati.com: Cincinnati Bengals S Taylor Mays is preparing to see some time at linebacker.
MMQB: Houston Texans DE J.J. Watt on how he can improve.
SI: Steve Smith says that the Carolina Panthers suffered because Rob Chudzinski was auditioning for jobs.
SI: Jim Harbaugh doesn't like the Green Bay Packers' tough talk about San Francisco QB Colin Kaepernick. Those meanies. Well, you don't have to shake their hands if you want to.
AP: Philadelphia Eagles QB Michael Vick embraces his quarterback legacy.
AP: The Seattle Seahawks head into the opener with questions on the defensive line.
AP: A New York tribe is launching a radio ad against the Washington football team.
Over the Cap: The Chicago Bears free up $2 million with Julius Peppers' restructured contract.
Here is SB Nation's NFL season preview.
Don't forget to check out "This Week in Tweets" by Half Serious. Why so half serious?
Here are yesterday's links, in case you missed them.
And now some more Me First and the Gimme Gimmes because you guys seemed to like it:
Have a great day, Gang Green Gangsters!