Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! I hope you're enjoying the extra time to celebrate. Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Saturday...
USA Today: Twitter gets rave reviews for the first Thursday Night Football live stream.
NY Jets: HC Todd Bowles' conference call.
NY Jets: WRs Brandon Marshall and Eric Decker shine in primetime.
Dennis Waszak Jr.: Marshall is fine after a scary looking knee twist.
Conor Orr: Marshall says that CB Darrelle Revis is still the best cornerback.
Kimberley A. Martin: Bowles remains unfazed by Revis' struggles.
Rich Cimini: The play of Revis and breakdowns in the secondary remain a source of concern.
SB Nation: Revis looks mortal now but is not washed up.
Brian Costello: WR Quincy Enunwa solves a year long dilemma.
Darryl Slater: LG James Carpenter has a calf strain on his calf and is not expected to miss time.
Connor Hughes: ILB Erin Henderson has a foot sprain but should play against the Kansas City Chiefs.
Kevin Nogle: Miami Dolphins legend Jason Taylor makes the list of Hall of Fame nominees.
Tom Ley: What the heck is going on with Jacksonville Jaguars RB Chris Ivory?
Pro Football Focus: What's wrong with the Buffalo Bills? Hmm, I wonder.
Dom Cosentino: HC Rex Ryan doesn't have much time left in Buffalo. Good thing Rob Ryan is ready to take over.
Arrowhead Pride: The ceiling for Kansas City Chiefs CB Phillip Gaines is sky high.
Chase Stuart: The Chiefs and Houston Texans are more than AFC afterthoughts.
Danny Kelly: Indianapolis Colts QB Andrew Luck just needs some time.
Tom Pelissero: Minnesota Vikings QB Sam Bradford continues cram sessions in preparations to take over.
Cincinnati Enquirer: For the Cincinnati Bengals and Pittsburgh Steelers, familiarity breeds contempt.
Cian Fahey: Film on Denver Broncos RB C.J. Anderson.
Richard Wade: San Diego Chargers DE Joey Bosa is ruled out for Week 2.
Stephen White: Washington needs more than just CB Josh Norman to fix its terrible pass coverage.
AZ Central: The Arizona Cardinals are trying to figure out their running back rotation.
SB Nation: Los Angeles Rams HC Jeff Fisher is a Ponzi scheme.
The Sports Quotient: Are great NFL kickers extremely undervalued?
Football Zebras: When confirmed does not actually mean confirmed.
Let's go with some Queen:
Have a great weekend, everyone!