Flight Connections 10-28-12

Marc Serota

Daily links to articles about the NFL's New York Jets.

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Conor Orr: Tony Sparano remains devoted to the running game despite the slow start.

Manish Mehta: Sparano answers critics.

J.P. Pelzman: Mark Sanchez isn't getting caught up in pregame trash talk.

Mark Cannizzaro: Dustin Keller gives Mark a target that he can trust.

Deadspin: Analysts predict Hurricane Sandy will somehow lead to more Tim Tebow.

ESPN NY: At the 2010 Senior Bowl, Sparano was less than complimentary when discussing Tebow's passing.

SB Nation: Jeremy Kerley's lingering finger injury is not a fantasy setback.

Kristian Dyer: Stephen Hill is showing talent but he is still a work in progress.

Brian Costello: Bart Scott's streak of 119 straight games played will end today.

Rich Cimini: Isaiah Trufant played well as a slot corner. Tru dat, tru dat.

Kimberley A. Martin: Antonio Cromartie is a student of the game, a seldom-seen side of him.

USA Today: Meet LaRon Landry, the NFL player on a suicide mission. It's actually a pretty good read from Mike Garafailure, mostly because it's a Q&A where he doesn't share his "thoughts".

Hank Gola: Gang Green better back up all the talk about stopping Reggie Bush.

Tim Smith: The Jets need to feast on the Miami Dolphins or the AFC East could swim away.

Randy Lange: Push comes to shove today.

Randy Lange: The phenomenal Nick Folk is embracing the pressure.

Mike Vorkunov: Nick is becoming a Folk hero.

NYJets.com shares a video interview with Nick the Kick.

NYJets.com shares a video interview with Demario Davis.

NYJets.com shares a video interview with Konrad Reuland.

The Jet Press previews the game.

Jets Flight Deck previews the game.

The Fifth Down previews the matchup.

The Record previews the matchup.

The Metro shares three things to watch.

JetNation: The minds of Jets fanatics.

Star-Ledger: Two New Jersey legislators fire bills at the Jets and Giants over the American Dream lawsuit.

Ben Shpigel: How the Jets scored on the New England Patriots when practice didn't make perfect.

Bob Glauber: Twenty years after his career-ending injury, Dennis Byrd will have his jersey retired.

Miami Herald: Chad Pennington knows plenty about the Jets-Dolphins rivalry. Although he didn't really say much about it in the article.

USA Today: Keller and Santana Moss are flying under the radar.

Judy Battista: NFL teams are beating the odds this season in mounting improbable comebacks.

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