Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Aloha Friday...
NY Jets: An aggressive approach for the New England Patriots.
AP: The Patriots must gear up for the Jets' running game.
Eric Allen: Favorite Jets-Pats memories.
Mike Reiss: Brad Allen has been assigned as the Patriots-Jets referee.
Bob Glauber: Seattle Seahawks GM John Schneider says that GM John Idzik is the right man for the Jets.
Seth Walder: OC Marty Mornhinweg passes on the run-first.
Dennis Waszak Jr.: The air Marty offense has been mostly grounded.
Dom Cosentino: Marty hints at philosophical differences with HC Rex Ryan. Hmm. I wonder if the OC has the same philosophical differences with the assistant head coach, who happens to be the running backs coach, who also happens to be held over from the previous staff. Just curious, is all.
T.J. Brennan: QB Geno Smith, DE Leger Douzable, TE Zach Sudfeld, S Jaiquawn Jarrett and P Ryan Quigley served dinner at a Food Bank event.
Darryl Slater: RG Willie Colon was fined for his brawl with the Tennessee Titans.
Kimberley A. Martin: WR Jeremy Kerley says that it is personal when playing the Patriots.
Rich Cimini: WR Percy Harvin is tough as boot leather.
NY Jets: WR Eric Decker says that this is a big rivalry game.
NY Jets: DE Muhammad Wilkerson is the man.
NFL.com: DE Sheldon Richardson says that he is on the same level as Houston Texans DE J.J. Watt.
Douglas Courier: Determination leads to success for DT T.J. Barnes.
Kristian Dyer: S Rontez Miles was happy to get the call. Unfortunately, his season is done.
Manish Mehta: Do not bet against S Calvin Pryor. Or I will walk all the way to New England.
Zach Braziller: Detroit Lions CB Josh Thomas says that the staff did not do enough coaching.
Stu Woo: WR Jalen Saunders finds a new football life with the New Orleans Saints.
AP: Washington WR Santana Moss reflects on his cursed career.
MMQB: It does not matter whether it is QB Mark Sanchez or QB Nick Foles for the Philadelphia Eagles.
UT San Diego: The San Diego Chargers' offensive woes are not all on OC Frank Reich.