New York Jets Flight Connections 08-09-13

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

Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters!  Aloha Friday and Happy Gameday!  Here are your daily New York Jets links...

Steve Serby is looking forward to see what Geno Smith can do.

Gary Myers believes Mark Sanchez will lost the starting job.

Seth Walder says that it will take a convincing victory for Mark to keep the job.

Ray Lucas believes this offense is ideal for Sanchez because it is 90% mental.  Huh?  Am I just me, or doesn't Mark need to go with his instincts and not think too much?

Nick Mangold spoke about playing with Brandon Moore.

Oday Aboushi, like D'Brickashaw Ferguson, is a native New Yorker who went to Virginia.  Hopefully, he can be a dependable lineman as well.

Konrad Reuland wants to catch everything and be there for blocking plays as well.

Hayden Smith is entering his second year as an NFL player.  Both these guys better be ready with Kellen Winslow's health issues.

Chris Ivory doesn't like being descibed as injury-prone.  He's just activatedly-challenged?

Bilal Powell has stepped up as the other backs have gone down.

Can Kenrick Ellis handle the job as the starting nose tackle?

Will Kyle Wilson be a cornerback or safety?

Over the Cap looks into possibly franchise tagging Antonio Cromartie.

The Jets Blog shares a video interview with Josh Bush.

Garrett McIntyre is excited to play the first preseason game.

Calvin Pace believes his experience is important.

Jane McManus cheers for Lanier Coleman.

Randy Lange previews the game.

Michael J. Fensom tells you what to look for.

Rich Cimini tells you what to watch for.

Kristian Dyer gives you three storylines.

J.P. Pelzman shares three things to watch.  A whole three or four sentences.  Now you can focus on being a Twitter comedian.

John B. answers five questions from Pride of Detroit.

JetNation shares ideas for avoiding season-ending injuries.

The Jets are holding a sports equipment drive at MetLife Stadium on August 17.

Black Sports Online responds to Manish Mehta calling out Jets fans.  Class dismissed.

Pro Football Focus' list of best single games for wide receivers includes Santana Moss and Derrick Mason.

Plaxico Burress may be done for the season with a torn rotator cuff.

Nate Jackson writes that Eric Mangini killed the morale of the Cleveland Browns.  I would blame the guy who believed he would be a good replacement for Romeo Crennel.

Apparently, Texas Tech HC Kliff Kingsbury doesn't have a playbook.

Reggie Bush seems happy to be playing for the Detroit Lions.

Michael Vick will start and split time with Nick Foles.

AP: The Buffalo Bills are built for speed with young receivers.

SI: Josh Freeman and the lag between potential and greatness.

USA Today: The San Francisco 49ers get Eric Wright after all.

Deadspin: Minnesota Vikings owner Zygi Wilf is likely to pay a huge sum in a fraud case.

OSN: The Baltimore Ravens offense suffers another huge blow as Joe Flacco lines up under center.

And lastly, I apologize for not posting yesterday.  I was busy rehearsing with my boy band named Simple Instruction.  Actually, we just spent the day coming up with the name.  Also, I'm the only member of the band.

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