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Flight Connections 09-16-12

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Ben Shpigel: Rex Ryan and Mike Westhoff are united by a vision, an obsession with winning.

Bob Glauber: Ryan talks up opponents and not Jets. That didn't work so well the last time they went to Pittsburgh.

Rich Cimini: Tony Sparano has instituted a new approach to practice that has already paid off.

Brian Costello: Mike Pettine implores his team not to let up.

Conor Orr: Karl Dunbar once sacked criminals as a cop.

Kimberley A. Martin: LaRon Landry is at his best when punishing opponents.

Manish Mehta: LaRon is putting fear in the hearts of receivers everywhere.

J.P. Pelzman: Landry is a smashing success. Landry jabs at Mike Shanahan and Bill Belichick.

Hank Gola: No Darrelle Revis leaves Gang Green short against an explosive receiving corps.

Gary Myers: It is time for Mark Sanchez to elevate his game and their Super Bowl chances.

Jeff Freier: Mark and Jets quarterbacks in their fourth season.

Bob Raissman: Starter or not, networks can't wait to give us looks at Tim Tebow ad nauseum.

Randy Lange: Touchbacks showed Nick Folk's focus on details.

Randy Lange: Today's Jets at Steelers rematch is tough to call.

Brian Costello: Heinz Field has been the Pitts in the past.

Tara Sullivan: The Jets aim to erase the pain today against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Steve Serby: If the defense gives Ben Roethlisberger time, he will strike.

The Associated Press shares a capsule.

The Fifth Down previews the game.

The Jet Press previews the game.

The Metro previews three things to watch.

The Record previews the matchup.

Newsday: Catching up with ex-Jet and former Hempstead star Rob Moore.

And now, are you ready for this, Gang Green Gangsters? Here is the season premier of the JETway with Dan Vollmayer: