Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Wednesday...
Randy Lange: The Jets defense has the top rankings in the NFL.
Kimberley A. Martin: DE Muhammad Wilkerson will worry about getting paid later. He will just eat for now.
NY Jets: DE Sheldon Richardson says that there is a big elephant ahead of them.
NY Jets: S Calvin Pryor is hopeful that CB Dee Milliner will return on Sunday.
NY Jets: OC Marty Mornhinweg's passion rubs off on his players.
NY Jets: RT Breno Giacomini says that they have got to get better.
Mike Mazzeo: Trouble with trick plays will not deter the Jets from using them.
Brian Costello: Why a little bit of QB Michael Vick was too much for the Jets. But it gives the opponents something to think about and have to prepare for.
Darryl Slater: Vick has great admiration for QB Geno Smith.
Darryl Slater: Analyzing how WR Eric Decker fared in his debut.
Howie Kussoy: Decker is rooting against the Denver Broncos.
Dom Cosentino: Ten observations from a film review of the Raiders at Jets.
PFF: Oakland Raiders at Jets refocused.
PFF: Derek Sherrod is the next man up as the Green Bay Packers right tackle.
Acme Packing Company: A lackluster defense doomed the Packers in their season opening loss.
ESPN: QB Tajh Boyd was among the players who worked out for the Buffalo Bills.
Cat Scratch Reader: Are the Carolina Panthers interested in Boyd?
Bleeding Green Nation: The Philadelphia Eagles have signed OL Wade Smith.
Miami Dolphins: LB Jason Trusnik is excited by his increased role on defense.
Kansas City Star: Kansas City Chiefs LB Josh Mauga was the man at the University of Nevada. But then they fed him after midnight.
ESPN: The Cleveland Browns have released CB Aaron Berry.
Buffalo Rumblings: A primer on the new owners of the Buffalo Bills.
SB Nation: Week 1 Power rankings.
SB Nation: Why I stayed.
Blazers Edge: The objectification of women in professional sports. (H/T Knut Boersma)
PFT: The Baltimore Ravens announce a Ray Rice jersey exchange plan.
Football by Football: How commissioner Roger Goodell failed the NFL in the Rice case.
GQ: The 25 worst people in sports.
OSN: The NFL announces a new zero-tolerance policy on videotaped domestic violence.
OSN: Week 1 winners and losers.
Football Zebras: Reunions, points of emphasis and roughness fouls.
Fooball Outsiders: Week 1 quick reads.
Advanced Football Analytics: Analyzing replay challenges.
Here are yesterday's links, in case you missed them.
Here is the thread about nothing.
Here is U2 with "Stay (Faraway, So Close)":
Here is Pearl Jam with "Better Man":
And the Dixie Chicks with "Goodbye Earl":
And lastly, am I just me, or don't you find it odd (or offensive) when school sports teams differentiate their male and female squads. For example, if they call the boys the Hawks, Tigers, Cougars, etc. and the girls are the Lady Hawks, Lady Tigers, Lady Cougars etc. But in nature, the females can be just as fierce and tough as the males, and even moreso when protecting their young. I don't know. Maybe I'm just me.
Happy Hump Day, everyone!