Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! I hope everybody is recovering well. And I hope Muhammad Wilkerson is fine, for the team and for him personally. He is going through some treatments everyday. And now here are your daily New York Jets links for today…
Greg Bedard says that Rex Ryan and his staff can flat-out coach.
Steve Serby says that Gang Green should be taken seriously.
Rex says that Willie Colon‘s bump on the official was unintentional. Colon needs to control it when he’s irritable.
The league will be reviewing the altercation. Am I just me, or did it seem like the refs were too focused on the Jets players when it was the Patriots entire sideline who swarmed all over them?
Rich Cimini notes that the defense could be salty this year.
Charlie Frankel writes that there were some costly mistakes.
I think we all knew we would have a great defense this year.
The young players on the team are still a little green.
Rex is being patient with Geno Smith. Because patience comes to those who wait.
The Jet Press points out facts to remember regarding Geno.
Mark Sanchez has been advised not to undergo surgery. I think he and the team do want him to see some playing time to showcase what he can do.
Rex makes it clear that Sanchez was never declared the winner of the competition.
Thursday night’s game was the highest-rated NFLN opener. So all the complaining about the sloppiness of these games is not gonna do any good.
The Jets Blog analyzes the offense.
Jets Rant shares Tweets from the loss.
The Record grades the Jets.
The Post grades the Jets.
Nick1 wants to sign Brandon Lloyd for whatever he wants. That worked the last time when we gave Plaxico Burress whatever he wanted.
Down Since ’86 wants to know why we lost that ugly game.
SonoftheSun wants a perspective on the rivalry.
derekxman believes we let the Patriots off the hook.
Matthew Mulligan had been in holding pattern earlier this season but the New England Patriots have since re-signed him. Didn’t they cut Aaron Hernandez for him?
Indianapolis Colts RB Vick Ballard has torn his ACL. His team hosts the Miami Dolphins this week.
The Cincinnati Bengals hope to show the power of diversity in their rushing.
Green Bay Packers LB Clay Matthews has been fined $15,000 for his hit on Colin Kaepernick. I can’t imagine Nick Mangold would get more than that, but this is the Jets.
SB Nation’s “message boards” gets mentioned on Grantland. If you come to visit, you’ll be board to tears, we haven’t even paid the phone bill in 300 years.
There is a warrant out for former Detroit Lions