Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Please make sure to vote for Ivory as FedEx Ground Player of the Week. Now here are your daily New York Jets links for this Wednesday...
NY Jets: The Jets are happy with their start but not satisfied. Satisfaction is the death of desire.
Randy Lange: 3-1 bodes well but guarantees nothing.
Rich Cimini: HC Todd Bowles is off to a sweet start and gets a cookie care package.
Ohm Youngmisuk: Can Bowles keep RB Chris Ivory healthy after the bye?
Mark Cannizzaro: QB Ryan Fitzpatrick and Ivory are the two most irreplaceable Jets.
Seth Walder: WR Brandon Marshall is quite a catch.
NY Jets: WR Devin Smith is hoping to deliver.
NY Jets: CB Darrelle Revis and DE Muhammad Wilkerson showcase their dance moves.
The Jets Blog: CB Antonio Cromartie on the fast start. Let me just once again say what a relief it is to have Cro playing after that scary injury.
Tallahassee Democrat: Former NFL LB Marvin Jones will be at SodTalk on Saturday.
Associated Press: The Chicago Bears place C Will Montgomery on injured reserve.
James Walker: Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross says his goal is still to make the playoffs.
John Wawrow: The Buffalo Bills sign RB Dan Herron to address the injury-depleted backfield. Think they miss RB Fred Jackson right now?
Darryl Slater: WR Walter Powell joins HC Rex Ryan's Bills.
Mike Reiss: New England Patriots K Stephen Gostkowski views kicker struggles around the NFL as overblown. But the Pats think everything is overblown, especially footballs.
Stephen White: Carolina Panthers DE Ryan Delaire is the Hoss of the Week. Fresh prince of Delaire.
Danny Kelly: Offensive line problems aren't unique to the Seattle Seahawks.
Jarrett Bell: Nothing's hurts the NFL more than the integrity of the game being questioned.
Jason Fitzgerald: The highest paid duos in the NFL.
The Sports Quotient: The weakest undefeated team.
Vice: Self-sabotage by NFL coaches.
Pro Football Focus: Week 4 top five plays.
USA Today: A once-in-a-lifetime shot at a Los Angeles team raises the stakes for the NFL.
MMQB: Why Jim Brown remains the standard of NFL greatness.
New York Times: A primer on daily fantasy football sites.
Here are your missed connections from yesterday.
Billy says it's just a fantasy:
Happy hump day!