Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! I hope you are all enjoying the win. I think we all deserve it. Here are your daily New York Jets links for today...
Pro Football Talk: The Jets have brought back Brady Quinn.
Darryl Slater: Mark Sanchez's injury could be more serious.
Bob Glauber: So far so good for Geno Smith.
Steve Serby: Geno's clutch opener means that the competition is over.
Steve Politi: Geno showed toughness and poise.
Greg Bishop: Smith provides a reason for hope.
Don Banks: Smith more than did his part.
Peter King: Smith has thick skin.
Tara Sullivan: Smith could have a future here.
Ian O'Connor: Smith proves that it's never over.
Matt Ehalt: The Tampa Bay Buccaneers were impressed with Geno's poise.
Jarrett Bell: Kellen Winslow is developing a bond with Geno. Kellen them softy with his bond.
Michael J. Fensom: Santonio Holmes started, but Winslow was the top receiver.
Eric Allen: Winslow flashed once again.
Charlie Frankel: The defense made it tough sledding for Doug Martin.
Greg Logan: Dawan Landry and the rookies helped the defense keep the Bucs in check.
Mark Cannizzaro: The Jets can be proud of this defensive effort.
Rich Cimini: Rex Ryan pushed the right buttons.
Mark Hale: Nick Folk caps the comeback with a game winning field goal.
Randy Lange: The kickers provided a winning edge against the Buccaneers.
Bob Raissman: John Lynch provided a great analysis at the end of the game. He did a good job overall, along with Kevin Burkhardt. There were a few things to improve on, I think, such as not knowing that incomplete passes were always reviewable and failing to note that Jeff Cumberland had already returned to the game.
The Jets Blog: Game analysis of the offense.
The Jet Press: Monday morning quarterback.
JetNation: Monday morning thoughts.
SI: Mike Wallace tells the media to ask the coach about his one catch with the Miami Dolphins.
National Football Post: The Tennessee Titans showed swagger and talked trash.
USA Today: Why Terrell Pryor is the new Tim Tebow.
USA Today: The referee admits botching a call that led to a San Francisco 49ers touchdown.
New York Times: The Niners showed that they don't need the read-option.
New York Times: It was a grim debut for the New York Giants as the errors piled up.
AP: The defense helped the New Orleans Saints beat the Atlanta Falcons.
AP: NFL stadium falls leave 1 fan dead and 2 hurt.
Herm Edwards talked about his former team:
Views from the stands:
View from the living room of Ellis Lankster the Gangster's suplex:
View from the locker room:
Enjoy the rest of your victory Monday, everyone!