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Flight Connections 09-10-12

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New York Times: The Jets have no trouble scoring in the opener.

Wall Street Journal: The Jets come alive in their first real game.

New York Post: The Jets don't clown around as offense goes from inept to incredible.

Star-Ledger: Rex Ryan's crew set a team record for most points in a season opener.

USA Today: Take that, doubters.

SBNation New York: The Jets say that their offensive outburst was no surprise.

Peter King: Tony Sparano had the coaching moment of the week.

Gary Myers: Mark Sanchez takes a load of pressure off himself.

Stever Serby: The opening win leaves no doubt about who is the Jets leader.

Steve Politi: If Mark is going to be this good, who needs Tim Tebow?

Mark Hale: Tebow and the Wildcat are not purring yet.

Fred Kerber: Austin Howard keeps Mario Williams off Sanchez's back.

John Holt: Jeremy Kerley's huge daily double helps fold the Bills.

Kristian Dyer: Kerley fries the Bills in the season opener.

Newsday: Kerley and rookie Stephen Hill excel in the opener.

Star-Ledger: The defense had a big day, too.

Mark Cannizzaro: The defensive backs helped create points.

Kristie Ackert: The Jets are relieved to learn that Darrelle Revis doesn't have a concussion.

Mike Mazzeo: Bart Scott and his teammates didn't take kindly to being called a circus.

Johnette Howard: The Jets walk the walk in the season opener, but they don't talk the talk.

Mike Garafolo: The circus isn't leaving town just yet. Garafo-LOL!

Mike Vaccaro: The Jets look near perfect.

James Walker: How good are the Jets?

ESPN New York grades the Jets.

JetNation grades the Jets.

The Record looks back at the game. shares video highlights from the game.

The Fifth Down: The Tebow effect and unreasonable doubts about the Jets offense.

Daily News: The Jets retire Curtis Martin's jersey.

John Holt: Martin says that it's the man that makes the game.

Curtis's speech after the jump.

View from the stands:

View from the parking lot: