Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Monday...
Wall Street Journal: QB Michael Vick and the Jets beat the Kansas City Chiefs everywhere but on the scoreboard.
Steve Serby: Not starting Vick sooner is the Jets' latest regret.
Kimberley A. Martin: The quarterback change made no difference.
Darryl Slater: QB Geno Smith is not sure if he will be healthy enough to play against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Save him for the playoffs.
T.J. Brennan: WR Percy Harvin kept the big plays coming.
Neil Best: Harvin demonstrated why the Jets wanted him.
Seth Walder: Harvin was the lone bright spot.
Steve Serby: RB Chris Johnson displayed flashes of his old form. But Seth says Harvin was the lone bright spot, Steve.
Kristian Dyer: The Jets offense improved but still came up short.
NJ.com: The Jets were flabbergasted by Chiefs TE Anthony Fasano's touchdown catch.
NY Jets: OLB Jason Babin says that he did not predict this.
Rich Cimini: DB Antonio Allen was benched, and CB Marcus Williams started with the patchwork DBs.
Manish Mehta: The secondary is the primary reason for the 1-8 record.
SB Nation: The glorious return of Philadelphia Eagles QB Mark Sanchez.
Associated Press: Pittsburgh Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger set an NFL record for touchdown passes in consecutive games.
Palm Beach Post: The Miami Dolphins are legit, even if none really believe it yet.
SB Nation: The New England Patriots rolled over the Denver Broncos.
Here are yesterday's links, in case you missed them.
The new thread about nothing is up.
So we are 1-8 this year, and that sucks. But on the bright side, it doesn't really matter because all we are is just dust in the wind:
Cheer up, everyone!