New York Jets Flight Connections 11-05-13

The center of attention. - Rich Barnes-USA TODAY Sports

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

Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters!  Here are your daily New York Jets links for today...

Bob Glauber: GM John Idzik is building a winner.

Rich Cimini: There is no comfort zone under Idzik.

Ben Shpigel: Idzik is pleased with the performance of HC Rex Ryan and the Jets.

Darryl Slater: Rex thinks that their hours and stresses are normal.

Kristian Dyer: Players want Rex signed to a contract extension.

Manish Mehta: Rex is off the hot seat. The Clemson Tigers tradition inspires Ryan.

CBS New York: It's time to accept that the Jets are all about heart.  <3

SB Nation: The Jets are the embodiment of the 2013 NFL.

Football Outsiders: QB Geno Smith has some of the most ridiculous splits.

Stu Woo: Geno's new specialty is getting rid of the ball.

Seth Walder: The long-term decision on Geno will wait.

Brian Costello: QB Coach David Lee is happy with Geno's progress.

Tyson Rauch: The running game spearheads a surprise win.

Charlie Frankel: WR Greg Salas embodies the concept of next man up.  Who dat is?

Matt Ehalt: WR Jeremy Kerley is not out for the season.

Dennis Waszak Jr.: TE Kellen Winslow is back after a 4-game suspension.

Kimberley A. Martin: Winslow says that the cause of his suspension might be an allergy medication.

Brian Costello: RG Willie Colon says that things need to change on abuse.

The Jets Blog analyzes the offense and the defense.

Turn on the Jets hands out game balls.

The Record grades the Jets.

The Post grades the Jets.

Pro Football Focus refocuses on the game.

Chris Nimbley: The defense shares credit with fans.

Michael J. Fensom: Players say that abuse does not have a place in the locker room.

Tara Sullivan: The heinous conduct in Miami defiled the NFL workplace.

Over the Cap: Thoughts on the Miami Dolphins' options with G Richie Incognito.

SB Nation: Incognito, Jonathan Martin and the NFL's hazing problem.

USA Today: Incognito's bully reputation goes back to 2002.

The Post: Bart Scott rips the fake tough guy.

Buffalo Rumblings: QB EJ Manuel is cleared to return to practice.

Football Zebras: Safety is the number one priority.

AP: HC Ron Rivera is confident that the Carolina Panthers can be a playoff team.

SB Nation: QB Cam Newton give a candid interview on his very disgusting attitude.

SB Nation: DC Jack Del Rio has been named the Denver Broncos interim head coach.

AP: The Pittsburgh Steelers are facing a harsh reality after a historic loss.

AP: As losses pile up, so does frustration for the Minnesota Vikings.

AP: A Florida man is convicted in the killing of Sean Taylor.

AP: The stress of coaching can add up quick in the NFL.

SI: Houston Texans HC Gary Kubiak suffered a mini-stroke.

USA Today: Former NFL QB Rich Gannon recalls a scaled shakedown of rookies.

USA Today: Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers leaves the game with a shoulder injury.

SB Nation: Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo thinks that he's real sneaky.

Advanced NFL Stats: The Tampa Bay Buccaneers really know how to blow it.

OSN: Week Nine winners and losers.

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

And now, some purple haze:

Happy Tuesday, everyone!

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