Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Saturday...
Michael Salfino: The Jets are losing the tight games they won last year. They were also helped by late-game penalties though. Just saying.
Darryl Slater: QB Geno Smith did some encouraging things.
Barry Wilner: HC Rex Ryan's solution is to stay the course and fix it now.
Rich Cimini: GM John Idzik placates Rex, but it's too late.
Bob Glauber: Does WR Percy Harvin figure into Idzik's long-term planning process?
SB Nation: The Jets have pulled off a shocking trade in bringing in one of the most talented players in football.
Field Gulls: What losing Harvin means to the Seattle Seahawks.
Jason Fitzgerald: Getting anything in return was good for the Seahawks.
Manish Mehta: Landing Harvin is so out of the blue that it raises red flags. Terrific football analysis from the ultimate insider. Read his column. Subscribe to his newsletter. Join the Mehta militia.
Dom Cosentino: After injury troubles, can Percy still excel?
Dom Cosentino: Six things to know about the Jets' newest receiver.
NJ.com: The trade for Harvin smells of desperation, says one former NFL exec. Really, you think? There are a lot of words to describe a 1-6 team. Desperate is certainly one of them.
NFL.com: The trade to the Jets diminishes Harvin's value.
NY Jets: Full recap of the Jets at New England Patriots game.
The Jets Blog: Jets at Patriots wrap-up.
Deadspin: The Jets invented a whole new way to lose.
Advanced Football Analytics: Can the numbers predict if Rex will be fired?
Football Zebras: Preventative officiating is the accepted mechanic.
SB Nation: The NFL's worst teams can get better by looking at the past.
Here are yesterday's links, in case you missed them.
Here is the thread about nothing.
Here is Counting Crows with "Mercy":
Enjoy the rest of your weekend, everyone!