Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Jets-free Sunday...
Brian Costello: Inside the crazed, seven day spending spree that transformed the Jets.
Seth Walder: WR Brandon Marshall ran in the Rock 'n' Roll half marathon.
Darryl Slater: Just how unimpressive are most of the quarterbacks left on the Jets' schedule?
Darryl Slater: How will the Jets handle DE Sheldon Richardson's role in his return from suspension?
Manish Mehta: The return of Richardson makes the defense that much scarier.
Rich Cimini: Richardson learns a hard lesson that every is replaceable.
Rich Cimini: Could the Jets entertain the notion of trading QB Geno Smith?
Tallahassee Democrat: Former Seminole LB Marvin Jones entertained the crowd.
Sport 360: On this day in 2010 QB Brett Favre makes history in defeat as the Jets beat the Minnesota Vikings. I'll always remember this game for my first born son's first sentence: "I no like tunder."
Associated Press: Buffalo Bills HC Rex Ryan doesn't think Tennessee Titans QB Marcus Mariota will have his way with them.
Buffalo Rumblings: Bills WR Sammy Watkins is questionable.
CBS: New England Patriots QB Tom Brady's trainer is being investigated by the FTC.
CSN Bay Area: The Oakland Raiders cut S Taylor Mays.
Associated Press: Elite pass rushers highlight the Denver Broncos' visit to the Raiders.
Associated Press: Washing prepares for Atlanta Falcons OC Kyle Shanahan and their offense.
Associated Press: The New York Giants are looking for their third straight win and face the reeling San Francisco 49ers.
Associated Press: The winless Detroit Lions have another challenge ahead against the Arizona Cardinals.
Baltimore Sun: OC Marc Trestman helps the Baltimore Ravens prepare for Cleveland Browns QB Josh McCown.
USA Today: Five matchups that will define Week 5.
SB Nation: Carolina Panthers QB Cam Newton is playing like the NFL's MVP.
Mike Florio: The St. Louis Rams facility sits very close to a potential environmental disaster.
Chase Stuart: Week 4 fourth down decisions in review.
Here are your missed connections from yesterday.
And one more Smashing Pumpkins: