Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Sunday...
Randy Lange: Ford Field does in the Green & White again.
Connor Hughes: HC Todd Bowles is not concerned despite the offensive line's continued struggles.
Bob Glauber: OLs Jonotthan Harrison, Ben Ijalana and Brandon Shell get a look as starters.
Mark Cannizzaro: The Jets aren't good enough to give QB Christian Hackenberg a real shot.
Brian Costello: Hackenberg just lost his chance to be the Jets starter.
Connor Hughes: Hackenberg isn't ready to start, and there's nothing wrong with that.
Darryl Slater: Did QB Bryce Petty show enough at the Detroit Lions to leapfrog Hackenberg?
Rich Cimini: Petty emerges from the shadows, while the young wide receivers regress.
Brian Costello: TE Jason Vander Laan is trying to catch on with the Jets.
Manish Mehta: RB Bilal Powell carries the workload of the Jets offense.
Manish Mehta: K Ross Martin ditched his 9 to 5 gig to pursue his dream job.
Connor Hughes: Winners and loser, including S Jamal Adams.
Pro Football Focus: Takeaways from the Detroit Lions victory over the Jets.
Associated Press: Three Kansas City Chiefs throw touchdown passes in their win over the Cincinnati Bengals.
Associated Press: QBs Derek Carr and Jared Goff shine in the Los Angels Rams win over the Las Vegas Raiders.
Lindsay H. Jones: QB Trevor Siemian has beaten out QB Paxton Lynch in the Denver Broncos quarterback competition.
Mike Florio: QB Kirk Cousins reiterates that he wants to stay in Washington.
Jarrett Bell: There is lots of time for the NFL and NFLPA to avoid a labor war, but players are strategizing.
Robert Mays: There is more to becoming an elite route runner than meets the eye.
Danny Kelly: How to fix the NFL's imbalanced divisions.
Jason Fitzgerald: Mistakes with the fifth year option decision.
USA Today: New York Giants OT Michael Bowie is charged with domestic assault and battery.