New York Jets Flight Connections 10-22-13

You can never tire of Garrett McIntyre. - The Star-Ledger-USA TODAY Sports

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

EDIT: Make sure you vote for Geno Smith as Pepsi Rookie of the Week and for GMC Never Say Never.

And make sure you vote for Chris Ivory as FedEx Ground Player of the game.

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Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters!  Here are your daily New York Jets links for today... Woody Johnson and the Jets mourn the passing of Bud Adams.

Darryl Slater: The Jets hope that the win marks a turning point in a troubling turnover trend.

Jim Corbett: Rex Ryan was aware of the New England Patriotsillegal field goal tactic in advance.

Randy Lange: Rex says that the penalty was appropriate.

Dennis Waszak Jr.: Ryan says that they outplayed New England.

Mike Mazzeo: Rex says that they fear nobody.

Kimberley A. Martin: The Jets were wise to the Patriots' tricks.

Brian Costello: Ben Kotwica told the referees that the Patriots were cheating.

Seth Walder: Ex-STC Mike Westhoff introduced the push rule to the NFL years ago.

Mike Florio: Fomer Jets OL Will Montgomery explains the rule change.

Ben Shpigel: Gamesmanship continues to color the Jets-Patriots rivalry.

Michael J. Fensom: The Jets insist that they were aware of the rule.

Steve Serby: Geno Smith and the Jets must now be consistent.  G-Spot is up again for Rookie of the Week.  Vote early, vote often.

Kristian Dyer: Nick Folk, once unwanted, is now a hero for the Jets.

Charlie Frankel: The Jets change the narrative with skill and some luck.

Advanced NFL Stats: The Jets push their luck.

CBS New York: The character-rich Jets are tryin' for Ryan.

The Jets setter: Rex and the Jets are forming a new identity.

The Jets Blog analyzes the offense and of the defense.

ESPN reviews the game.

The Post grades the Jets.

The Record grades the Jets.

Newsday grades the Jets.

JetNation grades the Jets.

Jets Rant: Jets fans come through in a big way.

AP: Hugh Douglas pleads not guilty in the assault case.

AP: The New York Giants finally win.  And I had this really hilarious Owen Seven joke saved up.

AP: The Kansas City Chiefs are the lone remaining unbeaten team.

USA Today: The Denver Broncos defense is tired of all the garbage yards.

Over the Cap: What lies ahead for St. Louis Rams QB Sam Bradford.

Canal Street Chronicles: The officiating during the New Orleans Saints loss was worse than we realized.

NFL Philosophy: The most obvious secret in the NFL.

Star-Ledger: The latest NFL casualty list shows that efforts aren't working.

OSN: Week Seven winners and losers.

Here are yesterday's links, in case you missed them.  Have a great day, everyone!

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