New York Jets Flight Connections 09-20-13

We want Samoa of Junior Aumavae. - Jim O'Connor-USA TODAY Sports

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

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

Brian Costello: Rex Ryan says that Matt Simms is no threat as the starter. Gotta save him for the playoffs.

Andrew Brandt: Mark Sanchez's past, present and lack of future.

Rich Cimini: The Jets got the quarterback situation right with Geno Smith and Sanchez.

Darryl Slater: OC Marty Mornhinweg is trying to find a balance between run and pass.

Greg Logan: Bilal Powell returned to practice.

Brian Costello: Willie Colon is upset with his $35K fine for bumping an official.

Matt Ehalt: Vladimir Ducasse is finally showing skills.

Michael J. Fensom: The full roster practiced but Oday Aboushi injured his knee.

Dennis Waszak Jr.: The offensive line's task is to stop Mario Williams.

New York Post: Mario is a monster matchup for Austin Howard. But Austin has powers.

JetNation: Is this Stephen Hill's last season with the Jets?

Randy Lange: The Jets attack drops with JUGS work.

Kristian Dyer: The Jets prepare to face the defense of Ryan protege Mike Pettine.

Charlie Frankel: Jets-style ball is needed against Buffalo Bills RBs C.J. Spiller and Fred Jackson.

Darryl Slater: Antonio Allen talked about how to slow Spiller.

Matt Ehalt: Dee Milliner was benched to help his confidence.

Brian Galliford: Expect to see a lot of rookies taking a lot of snaps.

Mark Cannizzaro: Doug Marrone is coaching the Bills with a heavy heart.

SI: Rookie QB EJ Manuel showed his grit in their win over the Carolina Panthers. Did he also show passion though?

ESPN: The Buffalo Bills have the NFL's quickest offense. A very emotional Marty Lyons will enter the Ring of Honor.

Martin Roche: It's likely that former Jets OL Everett McIver will be known for Scissorgate.

Seth Walder: Former Jets RB Joe McKnight has another warrant out for his arrest.

AP: Jacksonville Jaguars S Dwight Lowery is part of their rebuilding effort. Tennessee Titans OL Rob Turner is unhappy with Houston Texans DE J.J. Watt.

Bucs Nation: The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are wasting CB Darrelle Revis' talents.

Arrowhead Pride: Kansas City Chiefs HC Andy Reid returns to Philadelphia a winner. I guess Manish forgot to eat his Quino again.

SB Nation: Nobody wants you, Jason Campbell.

Over the Cap: Thoughts on the trade involving RB Trent Richardson.

AP: The Cleveland Browns have signed RB Willis McGahee.

AP: The Seattle Seahawks' impressive defense is getting attention.

USA Today: The NFL is changing the procedure for evaluating officials.

USA Today: Indianapolis Colts QB Andrew Luck and San Francisco 49ers HC Jim Harbaugh head down memory lane.

NFP: The Colts have promoted WR Da'Rick Rogers. I'm not sure but I think I found some of his highlights here.

NFP: The Denver Broncos welcome Champ Bailey back to practice.

NFP: Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo is likely to take another painkilling shot this week.

NFP: Pro personnel directors are the unsung heroes of the front office.

New York Times: Rick Casares, 82, a Chicago Bear who got yards with grit, dies.

Here is info on getting tickets to Santonio Holmes' charity bowling event.

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

Enjoy your day, everyone!

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