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Flight Connections 11-22-12

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

Nick Laham

Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Happy Thank You Day!

Ben Shpigel: Two bruising sports tantalize Woody Johnson.

Kristian Dyer: Rex Ryan has toned down his outrageousness this season.

Steve Hunter: Tony Sparano can take a bow for drawing up an almost perfect piece of deception.

Jane McManus: Bad coaching and worse teammates have Mark Sanchez down, but not out.

Kristian Dyer: Sanchez is used to hearing from critics.

Manish Mehta: The Jets need a mistake-free Sanchez.

Rich Cimini: Lack of playing time costs Tim Tebow a shot at the big bucks.

Conor Orr: Tebow and Jeremy Kerley are among those who are questionable for tonight.

John Holt: Stephen Hill keeps smiling, working and learning.

Kimberley A. Martin: Hill looks to redeem himself against the New England Patriots.

Kimberley A. Martin: Rookie Jordan White gets promoted.

Brian Costello: LaRon Landry is happy that he signed with the Jets over the Patriots.

Jane McManus: Ellis Lankster gets the nod on Wes Welker.

Conor Orr: The Jets' defensive strategy never ventures into uncharted waters.

Bob Glauber: Shades of 2009 through ten games for the Jets.

Steve Serby: The Jets need to gobble up this opportunity.

Brian Costello: Playoff hopes are alive with a win, but a loss will make them look like turkeys.

Gary Myers: It's feast or famine for the Jets.

Eric Allen: The Jets can provide hope on the holiday.

Randy Lange: Tonight will be a test of the Jets' character.

Randy Lange: Are forced fumbles on tonight's menu?

Smackdad: A talking point not worth talking about. The Jets get escort out of the tunnel from local students.

Mike Vorkunov: The Patriots may back off the pressure against the Jets.

Arthur Staple: There was little time for Tom Brady and the Patriots to plan for the Jets' defense.

Hank Gola: Rob Gronkowski is out, but Brady is still playing.

Boston Herald: Aaron Hernandez may be ready to play.

SBNation: Prognosticators believe the Patriots will win.

Pats Pulpit share three Jets to watch out for.

The Metro shares three things to watch.

The Record previews the game.

ESPN New York previews the game.

Jets Insider previews the game.

JetNation previews the game.

NYJOTP previews the game. A guide to the NFL's Thanksgiving Classic.

New York Times: The hard life of an NFL long shot.

Associated Press: Plaxico Burress is ready to get back on the field for the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Revenge of the Birds: Jamaal Westerman has been waived by the Arizona Cardinals.

And lastly, I just wanna thank you, whoever you are: