Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Wednesday...
Kristian Dyer: A body language expert can see how broken GM John Idzik appears.
Chris Nimbley: Idzik will not and should not be fired.
Darryl Slater: HC Rex Ryan says that he does not feel pressure to avoid a record ninth straight loss.
Kimberley A. Martin: QB Geno Smith is handling his demotion the right way.
NY Jets: QB Michael Vick says that the offense needs to capitalize in the red zone.
NY Jets: WR Percy Harvin excels, while there are corner questions.
ESPN: CB Marcus Williams is the next man up in the Jets' depleted secondary.
Brian Costello: The secondary is the Jets' primary problem. How original.
T.J. Brennan: OLB Jason Babin says that the battle is all about character.
NY Jets: DE Sheldon Richardson says that there are a lot of ways to be effective.
ESPN: Getting to know the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Behind the Steel Curtain: Rex shared a story about Steelers WR Antonio Brown.
AP: Steelers OLB James Harrison is thriving in his return. Son of anarchy.
Daily News: Keyshawn Johnson says that the Jets are not nearly as awful as Rich Kotite's blunders. Don't you feel better now? We're bad, but not that bad.
CBS Pittsburgh: Bill Cowher says that the Jets are not a team to be taken lightly.
CBS Philadelphia: QB Mark Sanchez explains why he came to the Philadelphia Eagles.
The Indy Channel: The Indianapolis Colts add S LaRon Landry to the active roster.
OSN: The NFL releases a new study on long-term concussion research.
Here are yesterday's links, in case you missed them.
Here is the thread about nothing.
Thanks once again to everyone who voted daily in the spring for the BelovED School playground. It has been installed, and yesterday was the ribbon-cutting ceremony. Thank you!
Now here is Steely Dan with "Reelin' in the Years":
Here is something from the "Steel Wheels" album:
And here is Outkast with "Wheelz of Steel":
Happy Hump Day, everyone! We're on to Pittsburgh.