Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this T.D. Tuesday...
Jason Fitzgerald: Thoughts on the Jets.
Dennis Waszak Jr.: The Jets insist they're staying positive despite the losses and critics.
Eric Allen: Three bright spots vs. the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Kimberley A. Martin: HC Todd Bowles says that they have a good plan in place.
Rich Cimini: WR Brandon Marshall is trying to stay positive.
The Metro: No one is helping out Marshall.
Darryl Slater: Will the Jets have C Nick Mangold, ILB David Harris and CB Darrelle Revis at the Arizona Cardinals?
Connor Hughes: DE Sheldon Richardson says he doesn't know if all the Jets are playing their hardest.
Baltimore Beatdown: Who is new Baltimore Ravens OC Marty Mornhinweg. If I remember correctly, he is the dude who got QB Geno Smith a perfect quarterback rating.
Revenge of the Birds: Cardinals OL Evan Mathis makes it seem like 2016 is his last.
David Chao: A high ankle is not always the dreaded injury.
Kevin Nogle: The Miami Dolphins place Koa Misi on injured reserve.
Nancy Armour: Moving on from QB Tony Romo and embracing QB Dak Prescott is the Dallas Cowboys' best option.
Tom Rock: New York Giants OL Ereck Flowers has a beef with an ESPN reporter.
Levi Damien: The Oakland Raiders victory promotes a defiance of conventional wisdom.
Associated Press: QB Sam Bradford has been fitting right in with the 5-0 Minnesota Vikings.
Mile High Report: Joe DeCamillis will serve as the Denver Broncos interim head coach.
SB Nation: K Adam Vinatieri is the oldest player in the NFL and still saves the Indianapolis Colts.
SB Nation: Referees appear to put the ball on the wrong spot before the San Diego Chargers' fumbled field goal attempt.
Deadspin: The Chicago Bears don't know what they're doing with their quarterbacks.
The Sports Quotient: Atlanta Falcons QB Matt Ryan is the first quarter league MVP.
Sorry this post was up a little late today. My internet was internot. Have a great day, everyone!