Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Thursday...
Brian Costello: Do the Jets have their coach of the future with HC Todd Bowles?
Dennis Waszak Jr.: QB Ryan Fitzpatrick is definitely optimistic about playing.
Randy Lange: Fitz thinks he'll be good to go.
Eric Allen: Can Fitz lead the red zone revival?
Brian Costello: How Fitzpatrick and WR Brandon Marshall cope with another year of Jets futility.
Brian Costello: Are the Jets hiding the rough truth about QB Bryce Petty? Personally, I think they're revealing the truth about the offensive line.
Darryl Slater: C Nick Mangold's sprained ankle is not getting any better.
NY Jets: DL Leonard Williams is roaring in year two.
Connor Hughes: DE Muhammad Wilkerson admits to being a distraction.
Shutdown Corner: Why the Dallas Cowboys balked at the Jets' high trade price for Richardson. Because they can?
Dallas News: Cowboys QB Mark Sanchez uses some of his own experience as he watches rookie QB Dak Prescott.
Palm Beach Post: Ex-Jet and Miami Dolphins DE Jason Taylor can identify with Dwyane Wade's plight this week.
James Walker: Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill is fine with developing into a game manager.
Jarrett Bell: The poor showing by officials is just the latest controversy to hit the NFL.
Geoff Schwartz: The Minnesota Vikings offense has cratered, and it's everyone's fault.
Albert Breer: The Kansas City Chiefs might be the most complete team in the NFL.
Andy Benoit: Despite what many fans think, New York Giants QB Eli Manning has been fine in 2016.
Andrew Brandt: How to make the trade deadline relevant. Require every team to make a trade!
Bolts From the Blue: Measure C for the San Diego Chargers downtown stadium loses big.
The Sports Quotient: The Oakland Raiders prove they are among the best in the AFC.
Associated Press: Philadelphia Eagles QB Carson Wentz is getting no help from the run game.
Football Zebras: Examining the case for full time officials.
Let's go with some Fleetwood Mac: