Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Sunday...
North Jersey: Educators learn anti bullying tips at the Jets symposium.
Randy Lange: Five takeaways from the Jets win over the Tennessee Titans.
Darryl Slater: There were mostly positive results for the Jets' starters in the preseason opener.
Bob Glauber: The Jets must play QB Christian Hackenberg as much as possible.
Eric Allen: In extended action, Hackenberg shows progress.
Rich Cimini: Hackenberg is not ready for the number one job but shows progress.
Laura Albanese: Hackenberg gives the Jets a ray of hope.
George Willis: The Jets quarterback competition is looking just how they planned it.
Brian Costello: QB Josh McCown is trying to be a leader and not a parent.
Brian Costello: WR Gabe Marks is an undrafted Jets wideout who impressed Steve Smith.
Daniel Popper: WR Robby Anderson shows signs of breakout potential.
Laura Albanese: The Jets defense looks as good as advertised.
Manish Mehta: LB Dylan Donahue's long strange trip to the NFL.
NFL.com: The Tampa Bay Buccaneers waive K Roberto Aguayo and will move forward with K Nick Folk.
How about some New Found Glory:
Enjoy the rest of your weekend, everyone!