New York Jets Flight Connections 11-16-13

Kraken a smile. - Ed Mulholland-US PRESSWIRE

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

Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters!  Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Saturday morning... The coordinators talked about the bye behind and Buffalo ahead.

Newsday: The Jets get an influx of talent for their matchup with the Bills.

Grantland: The revenge of HC Rex Ryan and New Orleans Saints DC Rob Ryan.  I like revenging.

Daily News: RT Austin Howard has been super against Bills DE Mario Williams.  Austin 3:16 says...

Jeff Roberts: Just like his mom, RB Chris Ivory beat the odds.

Charlie Frankel: The Jets are facing a healthier Bills secondary this time.

Mark Cannizzaro: WR David Nelson has unfinished business in Buffalo.

Dennis Waszak Jr.: WR Santonio Holmes will return after missing five games.

Darryl Slater: WR Jeremy Kerley is out but Holmes is back.

Brian Lewis: The Jets aim to stymie the Bill's might pass rush again.

Stu Woo: The Jets practiced at being cold, wet and windblown.

Michael Salfino: The Jets have no defense for big plays.

Darryl Slater: DE Sheldon Richardson says that the defensive line has a good chance to do something good.

Matt Birch: What S Ed Reed means for the Jets going forward.

Kristian Dyer: S Josh Bush is excited to learn from Reed.

Jane McManus: S Antonio Allen is ready to learn from Reed.

Randy Lange: Can Reed punt block?

Justin Terranova: Bart Scott says that a lack of experience is hurting the Jets.

Rich Cimini: Curtis Martin discusses his role on the Miami Dolphins committee.

Charlie Frankel: The Aviators Drumline gain a new fan.  They just thought they'd add a little somethin'-somethin' at the end.

Rich Cimini tells you what to watch for.

Randy Lange gives you ten things to watch for.

Pro Football Focus has three things to focus on.

The Jet Press has keys to victory.

STATS previews the game.

JetNation previews the game.

Buffalo Rumblings previews the game.

Buffalo News: Bills DL Coach Anthony Weaver draws from his playing career.

Buffalo News: Ralph Wilson Stadium's swirling air is apparent to P Brian Moorman.

Pro Football Talk: The Houston Texans claim DE Ricky Sapp off waivers.

St. Louis Post-Dispatch: QB Kellen Clemens is settling in as a starter for the St. Louis Rams.

USA Today: QB Cam Newton matures along with the Carolina Panthers.  The New England Patriots have been taken down by a cam before.

USA Today: Veteran QB Jason Campbell is seizing his opportunity with the Cleveland Browns.

AP: San Diego Chargers LT King Dunlap is ruled out of the Miami Dolphins

AP: The Kansas City Chiefs at Denver Broncos game is not a one-dimensional affair.  So bring your 3D glasses.

AP: The quarterback and offensive line are question marks for the Green Bay Packers.

Chris Burke: This season's worst NFL offensive lines.

Greg A. Bedard: The Detroit Lions' defense is the key to capturing the NFC North.

Peter King: QB Drew Brees and HC Sean Payton's reunion is spurring the revival of the Saints.

SI: As John Fox and Gary Kubiak have shown, coaching can be dangerous.

Deadspin: Atlanta Falcons FB Jason Snelling allegedly tried to eat marijuana after a traffic stop.

SB Nation: The bunch formation is taking the NFL by storm.

AP: Sports stars go to social media supporting Batkid.

AP: Hall of Fame lineman Mike McCormack dies at 83.

Here are yesterday's links, in case you missed them.

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Enjoy your weekend, everyone!

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