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Flight Connections 08-21-12

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Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters. I'd like to remind everyone that the Jets Family Night is tonight at 5:30pm at JetLife Stadium. Entrance and parking is free.

New York Times: With the touchdown column empty, the Jets see the glass half full.

Jenny Vrentas: The Jets offense makes game film look like a horror movie.

Manish Mehta: Getting stuffed on short-yardage gave Rex Ryan pause for concern.

Gary Myers: The only guarantee for Rex is a super mess of a season.

Randy Lange: Rex sees encouraging signs.

Kimberley A. Martin: Tony Sparano hopes that a video presentation will spark the offense.

John Holt: Brandon Moore positively wants to see more positives.

Dennis Waszak Jr.: Wayne Hunter is no shoo-in as the starter at right tackle.

Kristian Dyer: Damien Woody says that Hunter should be the right tackle.

Mike Sielski: Hunter is now the hunted.

Mike Vaccaro: Hunter is just a distraction, and Mark Sanchez is the real offensive focus.

Kristian Dyer: Some Tim Tebow fans aren't Jets fans.

Lisa Zimmerman: Stephen Hill is making progress.

Brian Costello: Ryan hopes that Santonio Holmes can play against the Carolina Panthers.

Rich Cimini: Bart Scott predicts a career year.

Michigan Live: Nick Bellore takes a turn at fullback.

Conor Orr: T.J. Conley doesn't expect the team to bring in competition.

SBN New York: The Jets appear to be entering the season with an offense that is among the league's worst.

NYJ OTP: Projection of the 53 man roster and practice squad.

Jets Twit: A list of 2012 offensive lineman transactions.

Pride of Detroit: The Lions could help the Jets fill their need at right tackle.

JetNation shares info on a free tailgate party this Sunday.

Former Jets DC Donnie Henderson is now the DB Coach for Syracuse University.

Former Jets DB Mark LeGree has signed on with the Chicago Bears.

New York Times: Camp rules aim to reduce wear and tear on players.

Times Union: A long, varied path for Jay Glazer.

OSN: Brian Urlacher is confident that he'll be ready to sit out the opener.

OSN: Terrell Owens is having trouble deciding which Seattle Seahawks quarterback to undermine.

OSN: Chad Johnson's career lowlights.

Enjoy your Tuesday, Gangsters!