Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Saturday...
The Jets Blog: Wrap-up of the Buffalo Bills at Jets game.
Pro Football Talk: This was a rough night for the Jets.
Football Outsiders: Neither team looked like it wanted to win.
Chase Stuart: Buffalo runs to victory.
Brian Costello: HC Todd Bowles looks every bit the rookie with late-game gaffes.
Kimberley A. Martin: Bowles says that placing OL Willie Colon on IR was one of the hardest things he's had to do.
Kimberley A. Martin: The fourth-down miscue involving TE Kellen Davis and WR Eric Decker was a mix-up. Regardless, I think even Ben Hartsock could have caught that.
Dom Cosentino: Why so many slow starts for the Jets?
Darryl Slater: The Jets' defense needed a better effort than the previous two games.
Rich Cimini: The struggling Jets have a lot to work on.
Seth Walder: Five things we learned from the Bills at Jets.
Howie Kussoy: The four straight pushovers that can jump-start or doom the Jets.
John Wawrow: The NFL will address the concerns of fans puzzled by uniform colors.
Uni-Watch: The color rush uniforms did not work.
OSN: A defensive tackle's innocence is shattered by a play-action pass.
Mike Reiss: Ten things to know about the New England Patriots vs. the New York Giants.
Tom Pelissero: TE Jimmy Graham is still adjusting his game to the Seattle Seahawks style.
Danny Kelly: HC Mike Mularkey gave the Tennessee Titans the new identity they've been looking for.
Stephen White: Cleveland Browns QB Johnny Manziel is not ready to start.
Here are your missed connections from yesterday.
Here is the thread about nothing.
And lastly, I just want to say how much I appreciate being part of this community and interacting with you people from all over the world, not knowing how you look or what your backgrounds are. It is a privilege that I enjoy being able to celebrate and complain and worry about something so trivial as the sport of football. Time for some John Lennon:
Enjoy the rest of your weekend. Give your friends and loved ones a kiss and hug for me.