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Flight Connections 10-22-12

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

Steve Mitchell-US PRESSWIRE

Matt Ehalt: Rex Ryan is less than thrilled with the referees.

Steve Serby: Mark Sanchez fails in the the clutch.

John Holt: Sanchez's day had some zing and some sting.

Gary Myers: The Jets don't trust Sanchez enough when the game is on the line.

Bob Glauber: Will the real Sanchez please stand up?

Mike Vorkunov: Tim Tebow is stuck in an observer role for much of the loss.

Kevin Armstrong: Stephen Hill dropped a critical pass and knows that he made a mistake.

Mike Vorkunov: Sanchez found reliable targets in Jeremy Kerley and Dustin Keller.

Matt Ehalt: Shonn Greene had a head injury yesterday but returned to the game.

Brian Costello: His high ankle sprain didn't stop Joe McKnight from playing. Because he's bad, he's evil, he's Joe McKnight.

Bart Hubbuch: The Jets defensive backs feel that the pass interference on Kyle Wilson was a bad call.

Bob Glauber: LaRon Landry says that they blew it.

Ben Shpigel: Was it a good loss for the Jets?

Mike Vaccaro: The Jets are not looking for moral victories.

James Walker: The Jets are still competitive.

Eric Allen: There were too many miscues to overcome.

The Post grades the Jets.

Newsday grades the Jets.

JetNation grades the Jets.