Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this game day...
NY Jets: The Jets face an unpredictable Chicago Bears club.
NY Jets: RG Willie Colon says that the Bears load the box.
Seth Walder: QB Geno Smith is set to take control against the Bears.
Jane McManus: WR Jeremy Kerley is an important cog for the Jets.
Darryl Slater: The Jets used WR Walter Powell to mimic both of the Bears' top receivers.
Dom Cosentino: RB Chris Johnson reacts to the death of former teammate Rob Bironas.
TJ Brennan: For LB Demario Davis, the Pro Bowl is a goal. That's nice, but he'll be too busy preparing for that next week's game.
Manish Mehta: The Jets may be battling penalty flags, in addition to the Bears.
Brian Costello: The Jets hope to shine in prime-time.
Kimberley A. Martin: The Jets are out to make a statement.
Stu Woo: The Bears provide a barometer for the 1-1 Jets.
Rich Cimini: What to watch for.
Hank Gola: Inside the playbook.
NY Jets: Chad Pennington says that the Jets have to create momentum.
SB Nation: Bears WRs Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffrey are expected to take the field.
JetNation: Bears players to watch.
Kansas City Star: Kansas City Chiefs RB Joe McKnight has his long-awaited breakout game.
UT San Diego: San Diego Chargers RB Danny Woodhead is likely out for the season with an injured ankle.
Daily Toreador: Mike Smith takes over as Texas Tech defensive coordinator.
SB Nation: Complete NFL Week 3 Sunday coverage.
SB Nation: New Orleans Saints QB Drew Brees gets suplexed and tries to start a fight.
SB Nation: Three things we learned from the wild Denver Broncos at Seattle Seahawks game.
Miami Herald: Miami Dolphins players are beyond furious with their defensive scheme in their loss to the Kansas City Chiefs.
AP: The St. Louis Rams blew a 21-0 lead and lost to the Dallas Cowboys. Come on. If you score three touchdowns early, you're supposed to win the game.
Here are yesterday's links, in case you missed them.
Here is the thread about nothing.
It was only yesterday, so how could you not remember the 21st of September?
Have a great day, everyone!