Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Thursday...
PFT: HC Rex Ryan won't repeat his brother's mistake.
NY Jets: QB Geno Smith says that the Detroit Lions defense flies around.
Seth Walder: Geno feels that his job is safe as the starting quarterback.
Darryl Slater: QB Michael Vick preaches patience with Geno. Like I always say, patience comes to those who wait.
Manish Mehta: Vick is ready to roll as the backup plan if Smith falters. Because that's the role of the backup. But somehow that's news.
Kimberley A. Martin: The Jets huddle in support of Geno.
The Blaze: The two words from a child that melted WR David Nelson's heart. Ball security?
NY Jets: Twitter reaction to Nelson helping in Haiti.
Brian Costello: The Jets put Lions QB Matthew Stafford in the crosshairs.
T.J. Brennan: S Calvin Pryor shows his coverage skills.
Dom Cosentino: Lions WR Calvin Johnson is licking his chops to face the Jets corners.
M Live: Johnson doesn't expect his ankle injury to keep him out.
SB Nation: Johnson projects as a fantasy monster despite his ankle injury.
Jets Insider: The Jets face a mega challenge in stopping Megatron.
Rich Cimini: CB Antonio Allen is pretty sure that Megatron has a weakness. Burn out the Ore-13.
Seth Walder: CB Dee Milliner's injury woes test Ryan's patience. Like I always say, patience comes to those who wait.
NY Jets: Milliner says that Detroit is an enticing matchup.
NY Jets: The next step for the defense is creating disruptive plays.
AP: The Jets have signed CB LeQuan Lewis to the active roster.
Turn On The Jets: Tight end grade sheet.
JetNation: Week 3 report card.
The Jets Blog: Extra analysis of the Chicago Bears at Jets game.
Kristian Dyer: Three things that went right in the Jets loss.
Eric Allen: The good and bad is magnified in the red zone.
ESPN: Tahir Whitehead is moving to middle linebacker for the Lions.
Pride of Detroit: Exploiting the weakness of the Jets.
Delmarva Now: Even under STC Ben Kotwica, Washington's special teams still has issues.
Washington Post: Al Groh will call the Virginia at Kent State game.
Twin Cities: Minnesota Vikings OL Vlad Ducasse will replace the right guard on the offensive line.
AP: Vikings QB Matt Cassel is finished for the season.
SB Nation: Miami Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill names himself the starter.
Stephen White: The Oakland Raiders got screwed by the referees.
Football Zebras: A hideout and a TD wipeout.
Advanced Football Analytics: Leaving free WP all over the field.
Wall Street Journal: Tablets are too complex for the NFL's old folks.
Deadspin: ESPN pulls the podcast that got Bill Simmons suspended.
OSN: The NFL knew what evil is lurking within the heart of man.
These replies for the Buffalo Bills water slogan are hilarious. You may LOL, or even LMAO.
If you happen to be in Jersey City on Saturday, October 4th, join the fun at BelovED School's Fall Festival.
Speaking of Jersey City, here is a shout out to the McNair tennis team. Keep up the good work!
Here are yesterday's links, in case you missed them.
Here is the thread about nothing.
Here is KISS with "Detroit Rock City":
Who has got cat scratch fever in anticipation of the Lions game?:
Maybe we should have a jailbreak blitz against them:
Have a great day, everyone! And Happy Rosh Hashanah.