Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! It's Throwback Thursday, and Kevin Mawae, Ty Law, Steve Atwater and Nick Lowery are still in the running for this year's Hall of Fame induction, as well as DB Coach Tim McDonald. Now here are your daily New York Jets links...
NY Jets: Chad Pennington says that it is not the end of the world. No, it's not. And like I always say, patience comes to those who wait.
Chicago Tribune: RB Chris Johnson doesn't see a bad defense in the Chicago Bears.
Crackback: How much does the shotgun formation affect the run game?
Dennis Waszak Jr.: QB Geno Smith shows poise when facing adversity.
Kimberley A. Martin: Geno wants to use frustration as fuel.
TJ Brennan: OL Oday Aboushi got his feet wet as a pro.
Darryl Slater: HC Rex Ryan feels comfortable with his late-game timeout procedures.
Dom Cosentino: Rex will not say a bad word about Bears WR Santonio Holmes. Well, if you can't say sumptin' nice...
Jets Insider: If WR Eric Decker can't go, the Jets have other options.
Rich Cimini: WR David Nelson and CB Antonio Allen are under the spotlight.
Manish Mehta: As Bears WRs Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffrey arrive, Allen adjusts.
Newsday: Analyzing CB Dee Milliner's season debut against the Green Bay Packers.
The Jets Blog: Extra analysis.
Stu Woo: For their Monday night games, the Jets will be forced to adjust their sleep schedules.
Brian Costello: Do the Jets have a discipline problem?
PFT: The Carolina Panthers have announced that DE Greg Hardy took a voluntary leave.
AP: Arizona Cardinals RB Jonathan Dwyer has been arrest on assault charges.
SB Nation: The Minnesota Vikings have no idea what they are doing with RB Adrian Peterson.
SB Nation: Punters are doing what they are not supposed to do, and we love it.
SB Nation: One night in Mississippi produced the greatest football game one writer has ever seen.
Here are yesterday's links, in case you missed them.
Here is the thread about nothing.
How about some Oasis for today?:
Have a great day, everyone!