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Jets Flight Connections 01-25-11


QB Mark Sanchez hopes to avoid shoulder surgery.

Mark is SB Nation New York's player of the week.

Gang Green will continue to contend as long as they have Sanchise and HC Rex Ryan.

Rex remains confident in OC Brian Schottenheimer.  He can only get better, right?

RB Joe McKnight wants to have a better year as a sophomore.

RB Shonn Greene wants RB LaDainian Tomlinson to return next year.

DE Trevor Pryce will consider retirement.

OLB Jason Taylor may retire or play elsewhere.

LB Brashton Satele will be back next year.

CB Antonio Cromartie talks about the labor negotiations.

SS Jim Leonhard was frustrated he couldn't play.

K Nick Folk wants to stay with Gang Green.


More connections after the jump.

Eric Allen: Eclipsed, but Sanchez star still ascendant.

Neil Best: Problems?  Not at quarterback.

Sam Borden: Waiting for the chance that never came.

Dave Caldwell: Jets already looking ahead to next season.

Mark Cannizzaro: Five important issues for the Jets.

Rich Cimini: Rex still thinks Jets can be champs.

Nick Gallo: It was somber and frustrating for players to be packing.

Bob Glauber: Here's what the Jets should do now.

Tim Graham: The Jets' emotional vein was simply tapped out.

Randy Lange: Lots of pain but much cause for optimism.

Manish Mehta: Jets can't keep all free agents.

Gary Myers: Jets need home playoff games.

George Vecsey: Jets may change but Rex says he won't.

Dennis Waszak, Jr.: Ryan is not about to change his tune.

George Willis: Offseason loyalty test looms.

Ohm Youngmisuk: It was the defense that doomed the Jets.

New York Daily News: Jets unlikely to keep the same secondary.

The Bergen Record: Comeback eases pain for some Jets fans.

CBS New York: Jets fans get chewed up and spit out in Pittsburgh.

Jersey Jets Fan: Another heartbreaking loss.

Infinite Jets knows the season is finite.

Jets Twit was disappointed in some Steelers fans.

Jet Nation grades the Jets.

SB Nation New York writes about the 2010 Jets.

J.P. Pelzman looks back at the game.