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Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! I hope you are getting over the bye week blues. Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Monday...

NY Jets: The Jets defensive line could be scary.

The Daily News: Defense is carrying the Jets, statistically the team's best since 2009.

The Dickinson Press: "SportsCenter" hosts say that CB Marcus Williams' appearance created one of their best endings.

JetNation: The Jets cook with the Institute of Culinary Education.

The Record: Former NFL RB Bruce Harper helped open up Englewood's Mackay Park.

Associated Press: Buffalo Bills QB Tyrod Taylor throws, runs and catches.

Mike Rodak: The Bill's offensive issues place a heavy burden on the banged-up Taylor.

Mike Reiss: RB Dion Lewis is making the most of his chances with the New England Patriots.

Jason Fitzgerald: The Dallas Cowboys lead the way with injury lost cap dollars.

USA Today: The Cowboys will evaluate the quarterback situation after QB Brandon Weeden's third loss.

Deadspin: Listen to Jim Nantz and Phil Simms debate Cowboys DE Greg Hardy.

Associated Press: Oakland Raiders CB Charles Woodson gets his first interception of Denver Broncos QB Peyton Manning.

Associated Press: Kansas City Chiefs RB Jamaal Charles could have a torn ACL in his right knee.

Green Bay Press-Gazette: The Green Bay Packers improve to 5-0, despite QB Aaron Rodgers' two interceptions.

SB Nation: The last time the Cincinnati Bengals were 5-0, they went to the Super Bowl. With QB Boomer Esiason.

Seattle Times: The Atlanta Falcons escape with an overtime victory over Washington.

Deadspin: Referees rescind a perfectly good Devonta Freeman touchdown, but then he scores one anyway.

Pro Football Talk: Detroit Lions HC Jim Caldwell says that QB Matthew Stafford is still their starter.

USA Today: Fifty things we learned in Week 5 of the NFL season.

Danny Kelly: The Arizona Cardinals' offense is off to one of the most impressive starts in NFL history.

Chase Stuart: The young Jacksonville Jaguars could power the next great offense.

Ian Rapoport: A MRSA infection leaves New York Giants TE Daniel Fells in a dire situation.

Here are your missed connections from yesterday.

Here is the thread about nothing.

Time for some Iron Maiden:

And Red Hot Chili Peppers:

Have a great week, everyone!