New York Jets Flight Connections 08-20-13

Brad Penner-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 this Tuesday...

New York Times: Geno Smith feels pressure as Mark Sanchez finds comfort.

Bob Glauber: Rex Ryan must let Geno be with the first-team offense.

Rich Cimini: Clearly, Rex is waiting on Geno's ankle.

Steve Serby: Geno needs to take advantage of his opportunity.

Brian Costello: Sanchez appears to hold the edge.

Darryl Slater: Chad Pennington analyzes the quarterback competition.

Kristian Dyer: Santonio Holmes is progressing in his return from a foot injury.  Personally, I'm already Tone deaf at this point.

Brian Costello: Joe McKnight says he will play on Saturday. Bilal Powell and Kahlil Bell led the ground game.

Jets Rant: Kellen Winslow tweeted about Dustin Keller's injury.

Randy Lange: Konrad Reuland nearly got a scoop-and-score. Nick Bellore dropped the hammer.

Mike Sielski: There isn't much on the depth chart to replace Quinton Coples.

Darryl Slater: With Quinton out, the Jets could lean more on Antwan Barnes.

Darryl Slater: Garrett McIntyre once poured cement in the offseason.

Mat-Su Valley Frontiersman: Junior Aumavae is enjoying life as a member of the Jets.

Seth Walder: Rex criticized the defense, and particularly, Dee Milliner.

Kristian Dyer: What we learned on Saturday night.

JetNation: Preseason winners and losers.

Pro Football Focus: What the Jets have to look forward to, despite some major roster changes.

The Jet Press: A study shows that Jets fans are the third most loyal NFL fan base.

The Record: Jets fans adapt on the fly to new security rules at MetLife Stadium.

Shutdown Corner: A Jets fan uses his old Darrelle Revis jersey to make a statement.

The Journal: Will the Jets return to Cortland next season?

Mike Sielski: The Jets are not all that bad so far.

George Willis: The Giants have too many problems to be concerned about bragging rights.

New York Times: David Baas is in doubt for the New York Giants' opener.

Doug Farrar: Christian Ponder's confusion against the Buffalo Bills' defense speaks to a larger issue.

SI: The Bills have released Rian Lindell.

AP: EJ Manuel injured his knee and is done for the preseason.

AP: An assault trial is delayed or Cincinnati Bengals' Adam Jones.

AP: Bruce Arians is tired of the Arizona Cardinals' red zone mistakes.

AP: Jeff Fisher names Daryl Richardson as the starting running back for the St. Louis Rams.

NFL Philosophy: Tampa Bay Buccaneers at New England Patriots game notes.

USA Today: Ndamukong Suh is eager for his shot at Tom Brady.

Over the Cap: The Detroit Lions cut ties with WR Mike Thomas.

USA Today: The San Francisco 49ers have dealt WR A.J. Jenkins to the Kansas City Chiefs for WR Jon Baldwin.

USA Today: Even with his bum thumb, Blaine Gabbert gets the job.

USA Today: There is no preseason story like the comeback of Brian Banks.

USA Today: Osi Umenyiora has a giant influence on the Atlanta Falcons.

USA Today: The Denver Broncos are fuming over the Von Miller suspension report.

USA Today: Houston Texans DE Antonio Smith swung a helmet at an opponent. In Smith's defense, it was Richie Incognito.

Have a great day, everyone!

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