Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Aloha Friday...
Danny Kelly: The Jets are one of the dark horse teams creeping into the NFL playoff picture.
Justin Terranova: CBS analyst Trent Green says that the Jets are definitely playoff favorites.
Chris Nimbley: HC Todd Bowles has the Jets focusing on gang tackling.
Randy Lange: The defense is working on tackling and tempo.
Howie Kussoy: The copycat NFL is suddenly silencing the Jets' big-name pass rush.
Kimberley A. Martin: After a bad game, CB Antonio Cromartie shrugs off criticism.
Darryl Slater: Is DC Kacy Rodgers worried about Cromartie?
Rich Cimini: It's too early to tell if Cromartie and CB Darrelle Revis have lost their effectiveness.
Dom Cosentino: The Jets have less than a week to make a decision on CB Dee Milliner.
Dom Cosentino: OC Chan Gailey has no issues with QB Ryan Fitzpatrick's injury.
Stu Woo: Who's teaching these NFL quarterbacks to slide, anyway?
Connor Hughes: WR Eric Decker is thriving with the Jets.
Kimberley A. Martin: RB Chris Ivory knows that he is a marked man.
Dennis Waszak Jr.: After a hot start, Ivory is trying to find running room.
Dennis Waszak Jr.: C Nick Mangold practiced for the first time since his neck injury.
Eric Allen: Gailey, Rodgers and STC Bobby April met with the media yesterday.
Kristian Dyer: Undoubtedly, the Jets are envious of the quarterback situation they face with the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Big Cat Country: Five questions with GGN.
Florida Times-Union: Scouting the Jets.
Shutdown Corner: The New England Patriots are winning coin tosses at a nearly impossible rate.
Palm Beach Post: Miami Dolphins coaches are losing sleep over third-down futility.
Buffalo Rumblings: Buffalo Bills RB Karlos Williams' concussion symptoms were rather terrifying.
Pride of Detroit: The Detroit Lions fired GM Martin Mayhew and team president Tom Lewand.
Pro Football Focus: The offensive line and receiving corps are holding back the Chicago Bears.
Vice: Replacing San Diego Chargers WR Keenan Allen is impossible.
Washington Post: Arizona Cardinals QB Carson Palmer and Oakland Raiders CB Charles Woodson deserve unique midseason awards.
Associated Press: RB Taiwan Jones finds a home in the Raiders backfield.
Associated Press: QB Andy Dalton leads the way as the Cincinnati Bengals beat the Cleveland Browns.
Associated Press: Denver Broncos DC Wade Phillips is among the NFL's must-follows on Twitter.
Associated Press: The Carolina Panthers at Green Bay Packers matchup is a big test for both teams.
Associated Press: The best defenses in the NFL these days can bring the blitz.
Associated Press: Adidas offers to help eliminate Native American mascots.
Football Zebras: The Seattle Seahawks touchdown stands under replay's disputable calls of indisputable evidence.
Deadspin: Former NFL OL Kyle Turley says that suicidal and homicidal tendencies became a part of his daily living.
Here are your missed connections from yesterday.
All day I dream about fumfin':
Congrats to Scott Salmon, who ran through the hills, valleys and streets of New York City last weekend:
And who are we playing this weekend?
Have a great weekend, everyone!