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Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Wednesday...

Seth Walder: WR Brandon Marshall got into it with a teammate mid-game. Brandon doesn't say who and says it's all good now.

Newsday: Marshall is critical of Dallas Cowboys DE Greg Hardy's outburst. He has a show where he talks about the NFL and its players.

JetNation: Can the Jets keep ignoring WR Jeremy Kerley?

Rich Cimini: WR Eric Decker leads an anti-bullying effort with a chilling story from his past.

Brian Costello: C Nick Mangold is one player the Jets can't lose.

Darryl Slater: OL Dakota Dozier is Mangold's understudy.

Darryl Slater: Taking a look back at how the Jets blew two red zone chances against the New England Patriots.

Kimberley A. Martin: OLB Quinton Coples' production is not what he expected this season.

NY Jets: Inside the Jets with DE Muhammad Wilkerson.

The Post Game: P Steve Weatherford never punts off the field. He barely punted on the field.

San Jose Mercury News: An early look at Sunday's Jets at Oakland Raiders matchup.

Football Outsiders: Sunday's Raiders at San Diego Chargers game was a tale of two rookies.

In Forum: LB Joe Mays signed a one-year contract with the Chargers.

Associated Press: Arizona Cardinals RB Chris Johnson shows what he still has. His team got a shot in the arm with his performance.

Buffalo News: In the AFC East, everyone else is trending in the right direction.

USA Today: QB Ryan Tannehill and the Miami Dolphins think big as they prep for the Patriots.

USA Today: Will DE Jason Pierre-Paul return to form with the New York Giants. Will he be as explosive as before?

The Sports Quotient: The sleeping Giants.

Jenny Vrentas: The Cowboys' Hardy experiment has gone awry.

Jarrett Bell: HC Jim Caldwell picked the wrong guy to call plays for the Detroit Lions.

Stephen White: DT Kawann Short is standing tall for the Carolina Panthers defense.

National Football Post: It is time to recognize Panthers HC Ron Rivera as one of the best head coaches in the NFL.

Vice: Self sabotage by NFL coaches.

OSN: Week 7 winners and losers.

Football Zebras: Week 8 referee assignments.

Battle Red Blog: The Houston Texans release QB Ryan Mallett.

SB Nation: The Baltimore Ravens' nifty offensive line screen was wiped out because refs badly botched a call.

Here are your missed connections from yesterday.

Here is the thread about nothing.

Time for some Blind Melon:

Happy hump day!