Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this T.D. Tuesday...
Randy Lange: Seeking the keys to rise to special heights.
Rich Cimini: The Jets' defensive line was a 1,200 pound brick wall in 2015.
Dom Cosentino: What should the Jets do with DE Muhammad Wilkerson?
NBC Nebraska: Super Bowl champ Randy Rasmussen remembers Elba.
Associated Press: The Indianapolis Colts hire Brian Schottenheimer as QB Coach.
Dallas News: 2015 special teams rankings.
Wall Street Journal: Four NFL teams, four NFL questions. Which is better than four MLB teams with four NHL questions.
Pro Football Focus: The New England Patriots' quick-throw offense will test the Denver Broncos' pass rush.
Deadspin: Broncos QB Peyton Manning told WR Emmanuel Sanders to be ready for his self sack.
PFT Commenter: Can Patriots QB Tom Brady beat Manning for the first time without having to cheat?
Vice Sports: Given many better options, the Tennessee Titans still bewilderingly hired Mike Mularkey.
Arrowhead Pride: The Kansas City Chiefs are expected to name Brad Childress as new offensive coordinator.
ESPN: HC Andy Reid says that the Chiefs were intentionally deliberate in their comeback attempt.
ESPN Seattle: Seattle Seahawks HC Pete Carroll plans to put QB Russell Wilson through a football Master's program.
Shutdown Corner: New York Giants DE Jason Pierre-Paul is having more hand surgery.
USA Today: Green Bay Packers HC Mike McCarthy says that RB Eddie Lacy must lose weight.
Jarrett Bell: QB Cam Newton elevated his game and changed the Carolina Panthers.
Tom Ley: Panthers HC Ron Rivera banned hoverboards because players were drag racing on them.
David Chao: Don't be fooled by appearances.
Vox: Former NFL WR Donte Stallworth on what it's like to manage millions as an athlete.
The Sports Quotient: The best offensive players of the 2015 NFL season.
Here are your missed connections from yesterday.
Here is the thread about nothing.
Here is Glenn Frey:
Would you just take it easy, man:
Have a great day, everyone!