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

Dennis Waszak Jr.: HC Todd Bowles says the Jets had some loafs on defense.

Steve Serby: Bowles is sure that the defense won't loaf again.

Ohm Youngmisuk: Bowles says that the shoddy tackling is unacceptable.

Brian Costello: Quarterback is not the only position concerning Bowles.

Dom Cosentino: Arizona Cardinals QB Carson Palmer advised QB Ryan Fitzpatrick about his thumb injury.

Bob Glauber: QB Geno Smith's not starting speaks volumes about his future with the Jets. The competition is rigged.

Rich Cimini: The gap between Fitzpatrick and Smith is wider than ever.

Darryl Slater: Smith has conflicting emotions about the whole situation.

Randy Lange: The Jets signed WR Shane Wynn to the practice squad and released FB/LB Julian Howsare.

USA Today: RB Chris Ivory should pile up yards.

Kristian Dyer: The Jacksonville Jaguars speak highly of the struggling Jets defense.

Kimberley A. Martin: CB Darrelle Revis expects the defense to ramp up the effort against the Jaguars.

Connor Hughes: Revis is preparing for Jacksonville Jaguars WR Allen Robinson.

NY Jets: Revis is impressed with Jaguars QB Blake Bortles' arm. Not to be confused with this guy.

Pro Football Focus: The ten worst free agent signings through Week 8. Includes CB Antonio Cromartie.

Bay News 9: The refreshed Jaguars have something to play for in November.

STATS: Jaguars at Jets preview.

Miami Herald: Buffalo Bills HC Rex Ryan once tried and failed to hire Miami Dolphins HC Dan Campbell.

Vice: Bills QB Josh Johnson, emergency quarterback.

Associated Press: WR Michael Crabtree finds comfort and redemption with the Oakland Raiders. Remember when the Jets allegedly tampered with Crabtree?

Associated Press: Cleveland Browns QB Johnny Manziel will start against the unbeaten Cincinnati Bengals.

National Football Post: Former Indianapolis Colts OC Pep Hamilton is the scapegoat.

Football Outsiders: Film on Dallas Cowboys DE Greg Hardy.

Football Perspective: The St. Louis Rams running game is revitalized.

Football Zebras: The Seattle Seahawks get the unintentional benefit and no penalty for back-to-back timeouts.

Pro Football Focus: Ranking all 32 NFL offensive lines entering Week 9.

Jenny Vrentas: Should we believe in Carolina Panthers QB Cam Newton?

Lindsay H. Jones: Frustrated with the San Francisco 49ers, new Denver Broncos TE Vernon Davis is thrilled to play with QB Peyton Manning.

Andrew Brandt: The NFL gambling stance must change.

USA Today: A former Super Bowl referee says that disciplining officials is just a PR move.

Uni-Watch: A very close look at NFL captaincy patches.

Yahoo!: The NFL won't alter Houston Super Bowl plans after the city's repeal of non-discrimination law.

Here are your missed connections from yesterday.

Here is the thread about nothing.

Meat Loaf!:

Is this the new Green Day song?:

And some Me First and the Gimme Gimmes:

Happy Thursday.