Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Wednesday...
George Willis: These Jets were never going to be as bad as some wanted.
Brian Costello: The Jets have forced fans to choose between their heads and their hearts.
The Metro: The Jets Week 3 offense was a pleasant surprise.
Newsday: HC Todd Bowles wants people to focus on the issues.
NY Jets: The outlook for TE Jordan Leggett is good if history repeats itself.
Ethan Greenberg: The Jacksonville Jaguars feature a talented secondary and a bull in the backfield.
Rich Cimini: His agent suspects that an argument with Brandon Marshall at practice may have hurt Erin Henderson's standing with the team.
Daily News: Kevin Mawae says strong opinions make it hard to land an NFL job. ...The former NFLPA president was in the Pro Bowl one year and out of the league the next.
USA Today: LB Lawrence Timmons is renistated by the Miami Dolphins after going AWOL.
USA Today: New York Giants co-owner John Mara is very unhappy with WR Odell Beckham Jr.
Indianapolis Star: The final hurdles for Indianapolis Colts QB Andrew Luck.
Chase Stuart: Kansas City Chiefs QB Alex Smith and the biggest career turnarounds.
Samer Kalaf: Pittsburgh Steeler OL Alejandro Villanueva didn't want any of this.
New York Times: Pat Tillman becomes a partisan symbol in the NFL conflict.
Football Zebras: Week 4 referee assignments.