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Flight Connections 11-27-12

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

Andrew Burton

SB Nation New York: Mike Tannenbaum should take the fall for the Jets' demise.

Conor Orr: Rex Ryan says that running the table is the goal, but is careful not to make guarantees.

Mark Cannizzaro: A deflated Rex moves forward.

Mike Vorkunov: Rex is disappointed about the end of Fireman Ed.

Mike Vorkunov: Greg McElroy doesn't expect to receive snaps this week.

Kimberley A. Martin: McElroy was ready in a pinch.

Kristian Dyer: The Jets are sticking with the injured Tim Tebow as a backup.

J.P. Pelzman: Ryan thinks that Tebow will be ready to play.

Gary Myers: The Jets have never had luck with quarterbacks, and Mark Sanchez continues the curse.

Jim Corbett: Sanchez is the knucklehead of the week. This USA Today article is on the Detroit Free Press site. What would you call Ndamukong Suh then?

Bob Raissman: Sanchez running into Brandon Moore is still being talked about. People just can't seem to put this behind them.

Seth Walder: Moore is unhappy with Chris Collinsworth's analysis of the infamous butt play. Brandon, just let it go and turn the other cheek.

Brian Costello: Joe McKnight is practicing at wide receiver. It was very successful for Danny Woodhead.

Kimberley A. Martin: Antonio Cromartie is no longer predicting the playoffs.

Chris Nimbley: Amid frustrating performances, Cromartie continues to step up as a leader.

Manish Mehta: Improving communication is key for the Jets.

Arthur Staple: The Jets defense realizes it needs to communicate better.

Bob Glauber: The Jets are backsliding but not backbiting.

Brian Costello: Gang Green is still trying to believe.

Conor Orr: Reality is settling in for the Jets.

Eric Allen: It's time to turn the page.

Randy Lange: Arizona, only Arizona, comes into focus.

Associated Press: The Arizona Cardinals will stick with Ryan Lindley while Kevin Kolb heals. The next NFL general managers.

CBS New York: The Jets should go after Eric DeCosta. I don't think that will happen. Rex promised not to raid the Baltimore Ravens staff when he got the head coaching job. Both Ryan and DeCosta are loyal to Ozzie Newsome. Curtis Martin talks about the Jets' woes. Lenny Kravitz played catch as a kid with Joe Namath.

Huffington Post: Quest magazine's Collectors Edition includes the 1996 New York Jets.

The Jet Press: A look back at the 1982 Jets.

SB Nation New York: Doug Marrone could be an NFL coaching target. IIRC, Doug turned Jonathan Goodwin into a starting center with the New Orleans Saints.

Sports Illustrated: Eric Mangini is enjoying his second act as a broadcaster with ESPN.

Deadspin: Media experts discuss ESPN's plagiarism problem.

Enjoy your Tuesday, Gang Green Gangsters! I'm off to write my novel called "Hardy Boys and the Withheld Evidence". But I'm not sure if I should publish it.