Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Aloha Friday...
NY Jets: OC Chan Gailey is ready to adjust.
ESPN: QB Ryan Fitzpatrick has an interesting history against the Kansas City Chiefs.
Joel Thorman: The Jets at Chiefs game is looking like a rain game.
Eric Allen: The Jets will don road white jerseys at Arrowhead. Same thing they wore in 2005.
Randy Lange: RB Matt Forte is named FedEx Ground Player of the Week.
Darryl Slater: What Forte consumes to stay durable.
Connor Hughes: The Jets cut FB Julian Howsare and no longer have a fullback on the roster.
Dennis Waszak Jr.: WR Eric Decker practices on a limited basis, while WR Brandon Marshall sits again.
Laura Albanese: Improved WR Quincy Enunwa is ready to step up if needed.
Darryl Slater: The Jets are working OL Brent Qvale at guard with LG James Carpenter ailing.
Brian Costello: Kansas City Chiefs RB Jamaal Charles' return puts the Jets up against the three headed monster.
Brian Costello: OLB Jordan Jenkins and the Jets may differ on his comeback timetable.
Tom Ley: DE Leonard Williams recently ordered some parts for his hookah. Actually, just because a package is addressed to a person, a budding superstar at that, it doesn't mean he ordered it.
Connor Hughes: Why S Calvin Pryor had to turn down a bachelor TV show.
Rich Cimini: CB Darrelle Revis' teammates expect him to shut up the critics.
NY Jets: Small talk with CB Marcus Williams.
The Metro: Three things to watch for.
Associated Press: The Buffalo Bills turn to OC Anthony Lynn to fix the struggling offense. Lynn-sanity, baby!
James Walker: Miami Dolphins DE Cameron Wake accepts a pass rush role with sporadic playing time.
Arnie Stapleton: Denver Broncos OLB Von Miller is in the midst of a monster stretch.
Danny Kelly: Something is wrong with Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers.
Tom Ley: San Francisco 49ers HC Chip Kelly backs QB Colin Kaepernick, and a terrible columnist fusses like a baby.
Cian Fahey: Film on New York Giants WR Sterling Shepard.
Chase Stuart: Minnesota Vikings RB Adrian Peterson was declining before his injury.
Associated Press: Arizona Cardinals S Tyrann Mathieu is still sore and staying patient at free safety. Like I always say, patience comes to those who wait.
USA Today: The Carolina Panthers will play Sunday's game at home amid Charlotte protests.
Baltimore Sun: The Baltimore Ravens and other teams try to exploit the new kickoff rule in a way the NFL didn't intend.
The Sports Quotient: What's wrong with Washington?
Let's go with some Me First and the Gimme Gimmes:
Thank God it's Friday, because that Thursday night was terrible. Have a great weekend, everyone!