Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Thursday...
NY Jets: The Chad Pennington podcast.
Cheat Sheet: Why the Jets should bring back QB Ryan Fitzpatrick.
Randy Lange: QB Geno Smith is ten times more motivated for next year.
Darryl Slater: WR Brandon Marshall had a productive first season with the Jets.
NY Jets: WR Quincy Enunwa is focusing on concentration in the offseason. Or is it concentrating on focus?
Rich Cimini: DE Muhammad Wilkerson begins the offseason with leg surgery.
Jamir Howerton: OLB Lorenzo Mauldin is ready to take the next step.
Mark Cannizzaro: Former New York Giants and Jacksonville Jaguars HC Tom Coughlin once rescued Jeff Lagerman from losing hell.
New Yorker: Jets great Bill Mathis faces down the physical legacy of football.
Pro Football Talk: The Miami Dolphins confirm the interview with Buffalo Bills Assistant HC Anthony Lynn. Lynn-sanity!
Justin Terranova: Bills HC Rex Ryan could be down to his last chance.
Jarrett Bell: Will we like that when it comes to Washington QB Kirk Cousins' playoff performance?
Lindsay H. Jones: Pittsburgh Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger isn't shy from handing out doses of tough love.
Jenny Vrentas: How QB Alex Smith and the Kansas City Chiefs turned their season around.
David Chao: Which quarterbacks will be healthy for the playoffs?
Stephen White: Houston Texans DE J.J. Watt is the NFL's best guesser. That's why you need to put a spy on him.
Mike Florio: The NFL reminds teams of the importance of sportsmanship in the postseason.
Pride of Detroit: Could Detroit Lions WR Calvin Johnson walk away from football?
Chase Stuart: The NFL completes the greatest passing season in league history.
Shutdown Corner: Despite interest elsewhere, HC Sean Payton is staying with the New Orleans Saints.
Vice Sports: Owner Jimmy Haslam and the perpetually rebuilding Cleveland Browns.
Associated Press: Every team has a big flaw to fix but also a calling card.
Pro Football Focus: PFF's All Pro Team.
Football Zebras: Wild card referees.
Here are your missed connections from yesterday.
Here is the thread about nothing.
Here's hoping Keith Armstrong is coming up and we can get this party started:
Have a great and wonderful amazing Thursday, everyone!