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Flight Connections 11-27-12

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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.

TheSidelineView.com: 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.

NYJets.com: Curtis Martin talks about the Jets' woes.

Fuse.tv: 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.