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Flight Connections 10-14-11


Happy Friday, Gang Green Gangsters!

HC Rex Ryan won't stop believing.

Filip Bondy: Rex has his limits.

Dennis Waszak Jr.: QB Mark Sanchez looks to get the offense on track.

Johnette Howard: Now's not the time to disgrace Sanchez.

Manish Mehta: The offense hasn't clicked yet.

Randy Lange: The Jets are building a brick foundation.

And by the way, LT D'Brickashaw Ferguson has a foundation.

RT Wayne Hunter has been stepping up his game.

All eyes are on new number 3 WR Jeremy Kerley.

Bob Glauber: The Jets need to take advantage of WRs Santonio Holmes and Plaxico Burress.

J.P. Pelzman: Jets know they have to get their passing game going.

Jeane Coakley goes fishing with S Eric Smith.

CB Antonio Cromartie wants to have fun again.

DT Mike Devito talks about former Strength Coach Sal Alosi.

Infinite Jets writes about ILB Bart Scott and other number 57s.

Jets Twit reports that Jere-Kerl plans on staying with number 11.

Fireman Ed will introduce the game on Monday Night.

STATS previews the game.

National Football Authority trusts Gang Green to win.

The Post shares an interview with former Jets DE/DT/NT Joe Klecko.

Jets great QB Joe Namath wonders whether Rex is too player friendly.

Rex would have liked to have former Jets OLB Jason Taylor stay in New York.

Personally, I find the story regarding Dolphins WR Brandon Marshall's emotions a bit overblown.

SB Nation New York compares the 1998 and 2010 Jets.

Former Jets WR Derrick Mason talks to DT Sione Pouha about locker room atmosphere after the jump.


Lastly, just some thought on the talking lately.  Wasn't it nice during the lockout when we didn't hear a word from Tone?  And speaking of the lockout, I really think D-Mase would still be around if he had a few more weeks with the team and got to know his QB and coaches better.

As far as Marshall talking, who cares really?  I never really hated JT through the years no matter what he said because we always beat them (until recently anyway).  As far as the corners trying to enter the conversation (and Channing Crowder in the past), to me they're just like Donny in "The Big Lebowski".  They're out of their element.

STFU Donny.