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Flight Connections 09-28-12

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

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Aloha Friday, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily Jets links...

Judy Battista: Rushing to get the NFL's regular referees back on the field.

Rich Cimini: The Jets are glad to have regular officials back.

New York Post: Rex Ryan says that Joe McKnight will still have a role in the Jets offense.

Yahoo!: Darrelle Revis's injury could impact the future of Mike Tannenbaum and Ryan.

Bob Glauber: The Jets' intention is to keep Revis long-term despite his injury.

Brian Costello: Mike Pettine adjusts to life without Revis.

Manish Mehta: With Revis out, Antonio Cromartie boasts that he is the best cornerback. And the second best receiver.

Conor Orr: The Jets won't ask Kyle Wilson to be Revis.

J.P. Pelzman: The Jets say they are covered on defense despite the loss of Revis.

Kimberley A. Martin: The Jets revise their schemes after losing Revis.

Mike Vorkunov: LaRon Landry is ready for the challenge of Vernon Davis.

Mike Vorkunov: Quinton Coples is looking to bust loose.

Wesley Sykes: Coples is a budding rookie ready to blossom.

Tim Smith: Put the idle Tim Tebow to use in the backfield for at least eight or ten plays.

Rich Cimini: Tony Sparano defends his Tebow usage.

Greg Logan: Tebow had the green light on the 4th down play.

Randy Lange: Santonio Holmes keeps the flags flying for a second week. It would be interesting to see what happens with the regulars back.

Seth Walder: Stephen Hill is looking doubtful for Sunday's game.

Mike Sielski: There is some hope as Dustin Keller is back.

Pro Football Weekly: Keller's injury is opening the door for Jeff Cumberland to emerge.

SBN New York: The numbers prove that the Jets should bench Shonn Greene.

Sports Geek Guy: Austin Howard is living on the edge. Tell me what you think about this situation. Complication? Aggravation?

Associated Press: The 49ers are wary of the Jets' multifaceted offense.

Niners Nation: How the San Francisco 49ers can pour salt on the Jets' wounds. Mark Gastineau and Wesley Walker join the Ring of Honor.

OSN: The NFL wants to protect the integrity of their brutal, inhuman game.

And lastly, enjoy your Friday, Gangnam Gangsters!