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

NY Jets: HC Todd Bowles' press conference.

Brian Costello: What is so troubling about the Bowles era.

Eric Allen: Three bright spots against the Seattle Seahawks.

Steve Serby: The Jets didn't pay QB Ryan Fitzpatrick to panic right now.

Tom Ley: The Jets have bigger problems than FItzpatrick.

Connor Hughes: Is it time for the Jets to turn to QB Geno Smith?

Rich Cimini: C Nick Mangold accuses Seahawks DE Michael Bennett of a dirty cheap shot.

Daniel Popper: RB Matt Forte's production is waning.

Connor Hughes: Bowles hints that changes could be coming to the Jets' secondary.

Kimberley A. Martin: CB Darrelle Revis strained his hamstring and is unclear for Sunday.

NY Jets: DE Muhammad Wilkerson says nobody is down.

New York Post: Former Jets CB Dee Milliner was involved in a bar brawl.

Jimmy Morris: The Tennessee Titans fire STC Bobby April.

Mike Rodak: Buffalo Bills HC Rex Ryan's swagger returns.

Mike Reiss: TE Rob Gronkowski's role in the New England Patriots' offense will expand.

Jeff Hartman: Pittsburgh Steelers OT Marcus Gilbert could miss some time.

Andy Benoit: The Steelers got their weapons back and beat the Kansas City Chiefs.

Pro Football Focus: Dallas Cowboys QB Dak Prescott has been a top ten quarterback this season.

Associated Press: Carolina Panthers QB Cam Newton's status is uncertain for next week.

The Sports Quotient: QB Jay Cutler and the Chicago Bears are a breakup waiting to happen.

SB Nation: Officials gave Washington a fumble recovery after a Cleveland Browns player recovered the ball.

SB Nation: The NFL's silly taunting penalties are changing the outcome of games for no good reason.

Vice Sports: The Arizona Cardinals vs. Los Angeles Rams game embodies the NFC's weird west.

USA Today: Philadelphis Eagles LB Nigel Bradham is arrested on a weapons charge.

Tom Ley: The Denver Broncos' defense is still scary good.

Danny Kelly: The Atlanta Falcons' offense is no fluke.

David Chao: Ultimately, things make sense.

Football Zebras: The football chain crew.

Time for some Presidents of the United States of America:

Will Antonio turn Pitt into Allen town?:

Will there really be changes?:

Have a great day!