Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Thursday...
The Ringer: A fan’s guide to understanding how to feel about the Jets’ surprising 3-2 start to the 2017 season.
Brian Costello: Todd Bowles has only taken the first step to save his job.
Daniel Popper: This Sunday, 38-year-old QB Josh McCown will actually match up with an opposing quarterback who's older than him.
Kristian Dyer: The New York Jets' offensive line has been huge in ensuring the offense can do just enough to pull out some wins.
NY Jets: WR Jermaine Kearse is ready to start a new chapter. ...He wants to be Jermaine to the conversation.
Newsday: The Jets’ three-game winning streak is fueled by togetherness and some late signings.
Newsday: DE Kony Ealy is thriving with the Jets.
Newsday: S Jamal Adams is his own worst critic.
Connor Hughes: How did Adams, DE Muhammad Wilkerson and ILB Darron Lee look vs. the Cleveland Browns?
Rich Cimini: DE Leonard Williams needs a breakout game against the Patriots.
Darryl Slater: What’s up with ILB David Harris getting limited action with the New England Patriots? ...They only signed him for inside info on McCown.
Daniel Popper: Bowles admits that Harris’ Jets career ended awkwardly.
Aaron Wilson: CB Marcus Williams is happy for a fresh start with the Houston Texans.
SBNation.com: RB Chris Johnson’s tweet about Arizona Cardinals RB Adrian Peterson is really awkward now.
SI.com: The Browns have named QB Kevin Hogan their starting quarterback.
Pro Football Focus: CB Jason McCourty led the Browns defensive charge.
Football Zebras: Learning never stops at the top levels for officials.
Danny Kelly: How option concepts are taking hold in the NFL once again
Samer Kalaf: Pittsburgh Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger has been especially cranky lately.
Dom Cosentino: Say, how are things going with the New York Giants?
Art Stapleton: Giants CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie met with HC Ben McAdoo on Tuesday and decided to leave the team Wednesday morning.
How about some Tom Petty:
Will Jalin Marshall make a difference this year?
This poll is closed
I said Happy Thursday!