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Flight Connections 08-20-12


Bob Glauber: Don't fret, Jets fans, because it's way too soon to start panicking.

Eric Allen: It was ugly, but some perspective is needed.

Kimberley A. Martin: Rex Ryan says don't dwell on the poor offensive start.

Gary Myers: So far, their conventional offense stinks.

Dennis Waszak Jr.: The Jets are still looking for a touchdown after two preseason games.

Steve Serby: The only game the Jets can score in is the blame game.

Mike Sielski: The Jets haven't shown a penchant for the big play.

New York Times: The Giants exposed the Jets' flaws.

New York Times: The Jets offense seems to have picked up where it left off last season.

The Sporting News: The Jets' problems on offense go beyond Mark Sanchez and Tim Tebow.

The Jet Press: Can Sanchez please anyone in New York?

Star-Ledger: Tebow was visibly frustrated with the offensive line.

Bart Hubbuch: Tebow provided a brief spark to the Jets's stagnant offense.

Brian Costello: Tebow is no threat to Sanchez as a starter.

Jenny Vrentas: Looking at the protection struggles in the loss to the Giants.

Rich Cimini: The Jets need to replace Wayne Hunter at right tackle.

James Walker: Are the Jets stuck with Hunter?

Jane McManus: Shonn Greene is frustrated with the stagnant offense.

NYJ OTP: The good, the bad and the ugly of the Giants at Jets.

Jets Insider: The bright spot on a dark night. LaRon Landry could face a fine after his hit on Victor Cruz.

Daily News: Landry told Cruz to expect a hit. The safeties provided some Jets highlights.

The Fifth Down: The Giants made a splash over the weekend with a video that may be closer to hazing than harmless fun.

It sure feels like a Monday, doesn't it? Try to enjoy your week, Gang Green Gangsters...