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Flight Connections 11-08-12

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


Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Hope you're all doing well wherever you are. I've had a crazy start to the work week, which is why I haven't been around much. I was pleasantly surprised to see that Bro Namath had posted a Scott Salmon appreciation thread, because this was something I had wanted to do. Obviously, I was not alone in realizing how great Scott has been.

Scott, in fact, has been recently been interviewed by ESPN, representing GGN.

Mike Sielski wonders whether his size has been a problem for Tim Tebow.

James Walker has suggestions for better Tebow usage.

Grantland has gotten hold of Tim's emails.

Eric Allen: Franchise quarterbacks don't grow on trees.

J.P. Pelzman: Rex Ryan is ready to light a fire under the Jets.

Brian Costello: Rex thinks that the team can still make the playoffs.

Brian Costello: Their schedule makes this a possibility.

Conor Orr: Jeremy Kerley's improved route running is turning him into a top receiver. I'm particularly impressed with the way he runs the Kerl route.

Randy Lange: Areas of focus for an upward second half trend.

Jane McManus: The Jets won't tip their hand on changes.

Mark Cannizzaro: The Jets' sole focus should be defeating the Seattle Seahawks.

Rich Cimini: An early look at the Seahawks.

J.P. Pelzman: A look ahead at the Seahawks. The Seahawks remain perfect at home.

John Holt: The run defense's progress will be tested by Marshawn Lynch.

Jane McManus: The defense expects to make a playoff push.

Jane McManus: It was not the typical bye week for the Jets.

Kristian Dyer: The Jets return to work still feeling the effects of Sandy.

Wall Street Journal: Like everyone else, the Jets had to deal with Hurricane Sandy.

NBC New York: Dennis Waszak Jr.'s harrowing tale of Sandy.

Lastly, I would just like to thank the Port Authority police and employees for their helpfulness in light of the tough situations they had to work through. Thank you to the Jersey City police for keeping our neighborhood safe. And thank you to my neighbors and fellow passengers/travellers who have been very kind to each other through these tough times.

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