Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this game day...
NY Jets: Game preview.
Kristian Dyer: Three things to watch for.
Brian Costello: How the Jets plan to avoid the dangerous trap that Washington represents.
Brian Costello: HC Todd Bowles discusses his deep connection with Washington.
Kimberley A. Martin: Those who know Bowles from his Washington days have a high opinion of him. Todd bowls them over.
Rich Cimini: The Jets have no excuses against banged-up Washington.
Rich Cimini: A small sampling of the 2016 quarterback market will be inside MetLife Stadium today.
Manish Mehta: QB Geno Smith may have a better shot at a comeback that Washington QB Robert Griffin III.
Daily News: WR Brandon Marshall tweets support for the New York Mets with a New York Yankees hat.
The Sports Quotient: RB Chris Ivory is playing a key role in the Jets hot start.
Bob Glauber: The Jets need to cut down on Ivory's carries.
Kimberley A. Martin: DE Sheldon Richardson returns, and the defensive line gets even deeper.
Dom Cosentino: Richardson is bummed that Washington OL Trent Williams won't play.
Steve Serby: The time is now for Richardson to finally grow up.
Steve Serby: CB Darrelle Revis talks about playing in New York.
Darryl Slater: LB Trevor Reilly on the Mets' 1986 "fluke" title.
Dom Cosentino: What's going on with OLB Quinton Coples?
Football Zebras: Week 6 referee assignments.
USA Today: Five matchups that will define Week 6.
Bill Barnwell: Your NFL all-surprise team.
John Wawrow: The hot-starting Cincinnati Bengals are not overlooking the banged-up Buffalo Bills.
Jarrett Bell: Cleveland Browns QB Johnny Manziel is not fooling anybody, following his latest incident.
Associated Press: QB Peyton Manning and the unbeaten Denver Broncos visit the Browns.
Associated Press: QB Jameis Winston and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers feel good about the direction they are headed.
Associated Press: The Indianapolis Colts are preparing for any and all possibilities against the New England Patriots.
Associated Press: The Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers are struggling 3-plus years after the Super Bowl.
Here are your missed connections from yesterday.
Iron Maiden time:
Red singing about green:
And some Frank Sinatra:
Have a great day, everyone!