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Today is 10-4, my good buddies! Here are your daily New York Jets links for today...

October is Suicide Prevention Month, and Dwight Hollier shares a message on the NFLPA site. I have had close friends who have take their own lives (yes, plural), and I have personally felt very low and hopeless in my life. All I can say is that it does get better. Many of us have gone through it, so don't be afraid to reach out. Here is the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline if you need help or if you want to help.

NY Jets: The Jets will have to cool off the red hot San Diego Chargers QB Philip Rivers.

Dom Cosentino: The biggest surprise and disappointment at the quarter mark.

George Willis: The Jets season is on the line in San Diego. George Willis chimes in, everyone.

Jane McManus: WR Eric Decker will be a game-time decision.

Brian Lewis: The struggling QB Geno Smith may be without big weapons Decker and WR David Nelson.

Dennis Waszak Jr.: Geno was fined $12,000 for using expletives at a fan.

Stu Woo: Geno's nightmare could continue.

Randy Lange: WR Greg Salas surprises atop the wide receiver lists. Surprises some, maybe.

Dennis Waszak Jr.: The Jets' defense looks to break the dam for their first interception.

Jets Insider previews the game.

The Jets Setter previews the game.

Pro Football Focus previews the game.

ESPN previews the game.

SB Nation: The Chargers' secrets revealed.

Detroit News: Detroit Lions S James Ihedigbo has been fined $16,000 for his hit on Smith. Have we ever beaten Digs since he left the team? Personally, I'm sick of it.

AP: As expected, QB Drew Stanton starts at quarterback for the Arizona Cardinals.

ESPN: New England Patriots HC Bill Belichick says that WR Aaron Dobson's benching was not disciplinary. Now, on to Cincinnati!

ESPN: Less is more for Miami Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill.

ESPN: Buffalo Bills DT Kyle Williams is doubtful against the Detroit Lions.

SB Nation: Bills QB E.J. Manuel and the fate of benched first-round quarterbacks.

AP: New Orleans Saints S Jairus Byrd has season-ending knee surgery.

Over the Cap: The Denver Broncos have released K Nick Prater.

SB Nation: Blame Minnesota Vikings QB Teddy Bridgewater.

Vice: Sports media is still racist against black athletes.

Danny Kelly: RB DeMarco Murray makes the Dallas Cowboys worth watching.

Greg Gabriel: The AFC season at the quarter pole.

Football Zebras: Week 5 referee assignments.

OSN: Week 5 start 'em and sit 'em.

Here are yesterday's links, in case you missed them.

Here is the thread about nothing.

If you are in Jersey City, please check out the Fall Festival at Beloved School. Due to rain, it has been moved from today to tomorrow 12-4PM.

Instead, for today, head on over to Secaucus in the afternoon and meet Wayne Chrebet at Sports Authority.

Now here is Fountains of Wayne with "California Sex Lawyer":

Here are the Ramones with "California Sun":

And here's Rob Zombie with "Go To California":

I'm still listening to "Super Charger Heaven" over and over and over and over, by the way. Is that okay? Am I going to be all right?

Enjoy your Saturday, Gang Green Gangsters!