Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Sunday...
Steve Serby: HC Todd Bowles talks about football, philosophy and family.
Randy Lange: Why OC Chan Gailey was a priority hire for Bowles.
Seth Walder: Bowles was so blindsided by his first coaching offer that he turned it down.
Buffalo Rumblings: Pepper Johnson will get to coach another supremely talented group.
Jets Insider: The current roster and free agency approach.
Rich Cimini: Longtime Jets beat writer Paul Needell has died after a long illness.
Gary Myers: Needell made it easy for people to like and trust him.
Paul Needell: Confessions of a Jets beat writer. Article from 1995.
AP: New England Patriots HC Bill Belichick says that they try to do everything right.
Deadspin: Belichick says that he has handled dozens of balls in the search to do science.
Deadspin: Bill Nye the Science Guy says that Belichick is full of it.
Bob Glauber: Deflategate might tarnish the legacies of Belichick and Patriots QB Tom Brady.
Bart Hubbuch: Belichick cops to Spygate, with a caveat.
ESPN: While acknowledging fault, Belichick plays down Spygate.
BSO: Patriots owner Robert Kraft is referred to as the assistant commissioner.
Deadspin: Ballghazhi is just like creationism, according to idiot NFL Network Analyst Heath Evans.
Sharp Football Analysis: The Patriots' prevention of fumbles is nearly impossible.
Jim Light Football: The Patriots' Y stick passing concept.
USA Today: Buffalo Bills WR Sammy Watkins says that HC Rex Ryan will bring swag.
Silver and Black Pride: Rob Moore will interview for the Oakland Raiders wide receivers coach position.
Indianapolis Star: After the embarrassing loss, Indianapolis Colts QB Andrew Luck sets his sights on a title.
Beacon Journal: QB Brian Hoyer's agent says that the Cleveland Browns have expressed interest in re-signing him.
Times-Picayune: Saints QB Drew Brees' competitive drive is bolstered by his four children.
Houston Chronicle: The Houston Texans hire Paul Pasqualoni to coach the defensive line.
Jarrett Bell: Texans DE J.J. Watt eyes a different way to score points.
Sam Farmer: In the NFL sometimes it is motivation by rejection.
James Walker: Senior Bowl studs and duds.
Barry Wilner: Pro Bowl officials will use tablets for video reviews.
New York Times: The Pro Bowl is trying to be relevant.
Honolulu Star-Advertiser: Oregon QB Marcus Mariota is not sure if he will throw at the NFL combine.
Here are yesterday's links, in case you missed them.
Here is the thread about nothing.
Here is Pearl Jam with "Thin Air":
Here is Billy Joel with "Pressure":
And here is a cover of Air Supply:
Enjoy the Pro Bowl everyone.