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Jets Flight Connections 01-01-13

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

Leon Halip

Happy New Year, Gang Green Gangsters! It can only get better, right? Right?

Steve Politi: Woody Johnson needed to show Jets fans his anger after this awful season.

Randy Lange: Mike Tannenbaum issued a parting statement.

Mark Cannizzaro: The best and worst of Tannenbaum.

Conor Orr: Jets players reflect on Mike's tenure with the team.

Clark Judge: It's time for the Jets not just to find a new GM, but their old identity.

Bob Glauber: The next GM and Rex Ryan will have to jell.

James Walker: The Jets were correct to fire Tannenbaum and keep Ryan.

Kimberley A. Martin: The new year begins with no answers from Rex.

Gary Myers: Ryan is now a lame duck coach.

Steve Serby: After four years of drama and comedy, the Jets coach is now in danger of Rextinction.

Tim Smith: Johnson should fire Rex.

Brian Costello: Tony Sparano has not been fired - yet.

Seth Walder: Mark Sanchez believes that he'll be back with the Jets next season. He also said that he wants another crack. Apparently, Thanksgiving wasn't enough.

Mike Vorkunov: Greg McElroy says that he didn't feel the concussion symptoms until midweek.

New York Times: Tim Tebow drew more attention than Eli Manning, whose inconsistency was worthy of weekly dissection.

Arthur Staple: Players try to push controversies and leaks aside.

John Holt: Players pack up and head into the offseason.

NY Jets Cap: Assessing the offensive line.

Mike Vaccaro: The Jets and Giants shouldn't have left MetLife Stadium empty so soon.

J.P. Pelzman: Darrelle Revis wants to stay.

The Jet Press: Mike DeVito says that he loves New York.

SB Nation: Doug Marrone will interview for the Cleveland Browns and Buffalo Bills coaching vacancies.

Utica Observer-Dispatch: Bill Demory talks about his career and Joe Namath.

Deadspin: The NFL Network is not even bothering to spell "Jets" correctly anymore.

Deadspin: Trindon Holliday is 16-0.

And now here is Goldfinger with "January":

I used to listen to this song a lot ten years ago, and it brings memories of that playoff win at home against the Colts.