New York Jets Flight Connections 09-25-13

Geno what I'm sayin'? - Robert Deutsch-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 Wednesday...

Brian Costello: Things are looking up for the Jets.  Everything's coming up Milhouse.

Kimberley A. Martin: Even after the win, Geno Smith focuses on fixing mistakes.  Vote Geno for Rookie of the Week.

Kristian Dyer: The offensive line made a statement.

Seth Walder: Bilal Powell opens up the passing game for Marty Mornhinweg.  Vote Bilal for FedEx Ground player of the week.

Turn On the Jets: Running back grade sheet.

The Jet Press: Santonio Holmes hosted a wonderful event benefitting Sickle Cell Anemia.

JetNation: Exclusive interview with Darrin Walls.  The human wall. Kyle Wilson coaches up kids.

Newsday: Kyle was unable to avoid questions about his stretch of penalties.

News 12 New Jersey: The Jets inspire kids to get healthy.

Darryl Slater: The Jets defense has been stingy after their offense turns the ball over.

Darryl Slater: Sheldon Richardson shows off his cover skills.

Brian Costello: Damon Harrison is becoming a force up the middle.

Rich Cimini: Harrison goes from water boy to starting nose tackle.

Rich Cimini: There is quarterback pressure without blitzing.

Charlie Frankel: Muhammad Wilkerson has been poison to opponents.  Every rose has its thorn.

CBS New York: Wilkerson says that their 2-1 start is not an aberration. Marty Mornhinweg's son Skyler Mornhinweg is the new backup quarterback for Florida.

Buffalo Rumblings: Buffalo Bills run defense study against Bilal Powell and the Jets.

New York Post: Lawrence Taylor tees off on Boomer Esiason.

Fox News: Hugh Douglas has been arrested.

PFT: Keyshawn Johnson makes an early exit from "Dancing with the Stars".

Bucs Nation: The Tampa Bay Buccaneers bench Josh Freeman for Mike Glennon.

Arrowhead Pride: Former Kansas City Chiefs players share their memories of Derrick Thomas.

Blogging the Boys: Exclusive interview with Emmitt Smith.

SB Nation: How Philadelphia Eagles HC Chip Kelly used New Hampshire to create one of footballs most prolific offenses.

SB Nation: Death by Brian Hoyer is rare but not unheard of.

MMQB: The Cleveland Browns fined a new direction under HC Rob Chudzinski.

Daily News: New York Giants WR Hakeem Nicks irks HC Tom Coughlin by complaining after going catchless.

OSN: The Giants are nervous that they might actually all be on the same page.

Detroit Free Press: Detroit Lions WR Nate Burleson was distracted by pizza when he crashed.

Over the Cap: Breaking down New England Patriots LB Rob Ninkovich's contract extension.

NFP: The first three games of 2012 and 2013 couldn't look any more different for the New Orleans Saints.

USA Today: Are the 49ers stuck in a San Francisco retreat?

USA Today: Minnesota Vikings HC Leslie Frazier says that Christian Ponder must suck it up.

AP: A concussion could sideline Oakland Raiders QB Terrell Pryor.

AP: Dallas Cowboys DE Anthony Spencer is out for the season.

AP: Arizona Cardinals OLB Alex Okafor is out for the season with a torn bicep.

Wall Street Journal: Sean Gilbert is attempting to sack the NFLPA.

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

Do you remember the 25th of September?

I always think the lyrics say 25th instead of 21st, for some reason.  Happy Hump Day, everyone!

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