Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Wednesday...
Dan Hanzus: HC Todd Bowles says they had a pure fast food diet in the 1980s.
Darryl Slater: LT Ryan Clady could be an upgrade for the Jets.
Mark Cannizzaro: How the Jets' right tackle defect has turned into a quirky, two headed revelation.
Eric Allen: RG Brian Winters has impressed on a line that continues to get the job done.
Kimberley A. Martin: C Bryan Stork visited the Jets. Did he bring us a bundle of joy?
Dennis Waszak Jr.: RB Matt Forte is impressing the Jets with a hot start and tireless work ethic.
Greg Logan: Forte is confident he can carry a heavy load. You can vote him for FedEx Ground Player of the Week.
Rich Cimini: WR Brandon Marshall says he can't afford to sit because WR Quincy Enunwa is lurking.
Connor Hughes: DE Sheldon Richardson still feels he's slept on by analysts and critics.
Brian Costello: CB Darrelle Revis' decline means that the Jets are about to get a $13 million headache.
Jason Fitzgerald: An in depth look at the NFL salary cap.
Mike Florio: Coaches complained about the lack of holding calls in Week 1.
Dom Cosentino: Las Vegas' play for the Oakland Raiders keeps getting shadier.
Jenny Vrentas: How Bill Parcells bestowed New England Patriots QB Jacoby Brissett with a nickname.
Jarrett Bell: Something has to give for HC Jeff Fisher and the Los Angeles Rams on their woeful offense.
Stephen White: Denver Broncos OLB Von Miller wrecked the Indianapolis Colts.
Joel Thorman: Kansas City Chiefs DT Dontari Poe had one of his better games in a few years.
USA Today: Chiefs HC Andy Reid says that a Houston Texans player flopped for a penalty to nullify a touchdown.
The Ringer: NFL players are younger than ever, and football is worse than ever.
Associated Press: Buffalo Bills RB LeSean McCoy is sued over the Philadelphia nightclub brawl.
Associated Press: DC Jim Schwartz and the defense deserve credit for the Philadelphia Eagles' 2-0 start.
Associated Press: A sprained thumb could leave the struggling Chicago Bears without QB Jay Cutler.
SB Nation: The Seattle Seahawks and other NFL teams will always try to skirt practice rules.
Football Zebras: Week 3 referee assignments.
I did remember that it's the 21st of September:
Happy hump day!