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Flight Connections 10-14-12

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

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Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! In case you missed it earlier this week, hang out with your gang out, as Scott Salmon and Brad Wells talked about today's game.

Kimberley A. Martin: Mark Sanchez rolls with the punches as he prepares for the Indianapolis Colts.

Gary Myers: Rex Ryan needs to figure out the Sanchez-Tim Tebow dilemma, or it will cost him his job.

Brian Costello: Tony Sparano is satisfied with the team's pass protection.

Conor Orr: The Jets offense has sorely missed Dustin Keller.

SB Nation: Stephen Hill's return to action means that his fantasy value demands attention.

Mike Vorkunov: Brian Cushing said that Matt Slauson's hit was not dirty.

Randy Lange: Joe McKnight's patience paid off in primetime. Like I always say, patience comes to those who wait.

Ben Shpigel: Antonio Cromartie was inspired by Darrelle Revis and assuming his role.

Rich Cimini: In theory, Ryan shouldn't have to rely on gadgets to beat the Colts.

Brian Costello: The Colts are the right team at the right time for the Jets.

Jeff Freier: The Jets have plenty of history against its opponent.

Randy Lange: The Jets' next test is with the Colts and themselves.

Jane McManus: The Jets show support for Chuck Pagano. Rex and Mike Pettine worked with him in Baltimore.

Kevin Armstrong: Stopping Andrew Luck will be no easy task. Especially once he realizes how to tear off the implanted shock device.

Hank Gola: Luck isn't playing like a rookie.

George Willis: Mark can't afford to get outplayed.

The Star-Ledger previews the game.

SB Nation previews the game.

The Record previews the matchup.

Manish Mehta: New England Patriots fan John Cena will be honorary team captain today. I'm guessing fans will boo him, and then he will curse them out. Then Jets fan Taz will beat him with a steel chair. And somehow Fireman Ed ends up with Aaron Rodgers' discount double-check belt.

And lastly, here again is that SB Nation article on Kris Jenkins and NFL players' struggles with weight. In case you haven't seen it all over our front page.