Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this T.D. Tuesday...
Pro Football Focus: Miami Dolphins at Jets refocused.
Rich Cimini: The Jets are undecided on future anthem protests.
Brian Costello: GM Mike Maccagnan's moves salvaged the Jets' roster on the fly.
Ethan Greenberg: HC Todd Bowles days the page is turned to the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Mark Cannizzaro: QB Josh McCown shows the Jets why they had faith in him.
Dennis Waszak Jr.: McCown is a calming force in the Jets' season of change. ...He is literally the second coming of sliced bread.
Newsday: TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins adjusts well after a two game ban.
New York Post: Rookie S Jamal Adams looks as good as advertised.
Neil Best: Adams made a statement as a rookie safety.
Daniel Popper: DE Leonard Williams says the Jets run defense answered the challenge.
Brian Costello: ILB Demario Davis played the game of his life against the Dolphins.
Connor Hughes: Erin Henderson is suing the Jets for wrongful termination and disability discrimination.
Deadspin: Jessie James Decker claims her husband Eric Decker was tricked into staying in the locker room.
Deadspin: The New England Patriots are sorry they charged fans $4.50 for tap water.
Mike Rodak: Buffalo Bills QB Tyrod Taylor shakes off critics with a bounce back game.
Chase Stuart: Something is wrong with Carolina Panthers QB Cam Newton.
Danny Kelly: The Tennessee Titans offense came together against the Seattle Seahawks.
Mike Florio: The Los Angeles Chargers push back against the perception of sluggish sales.
Dom Cosentino: Why wasn't New York Giants WR Sterling Shepard's catch ruled a catch?
Football Zebras: The Chicago Bears' blocked field goal return created an enforcement nightmare.
The Ringer: A close call ends the Atlanta Falcons at Detroit Lions game.
The Ringer: Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers finally gets an overtime victory in a win over the Cincinnati Bengals.
Here is Bob Seger: