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New York Jets Flight Connections 10-10-13

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Powell to the people!
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Happy Geno Smith Day, Gang Green Gangsters!  10-10 wins!  And here are your daily New York Jets links for today...

Vote early and often for Geno as Rookie of the Week and for Never Say Never.  Make it his birthday present.

Michael Salfino: When Geno is at his best, few rookies have played better.

Darryl Slater: The Pittsburgh Steelers defense still poses challenges for Geno.

Matt Ehalt: Geno is cool under pressure.

Brian Lewis: Geno is no different after the Atlanta Falcons upset.

Manish Mehta: Marty Mornhinweg is  the key reason for Smith's development.

Jeff Capellini: At long last, the Jets finally have an offensive coordinator.

Neil Best: Bill Cowher calls Rex Ryan's coaching this season awesome.

Charlie Frankel: Willie Colon counsels respect for the Steelers.

Tyson Rauch: The Jets cannot underestimate the winless Steelers.  And don't misunderestimate them, either.

Brian Costello: The handling of Mark Sanchez was shameful.

Darryl Slater: Calvin Pace is sad to see Mark's season end.  The expendable youth's season's in the abyss.

Kristian Dyer: Mark's future is in doubt following surgery.  It might take divine intervention.

Randy Lange: Momentum is building for Muhammad Wilkerson and the Jets.

Rich Cimini: Wilkerson can be the Jets' next Darrelle Revis.

Zach Schonbrun: Competition and a productive off-season keep Nick Folk sharp.

Kristian Dyer: Ricky Sapp re-signs with the Jets.

Mile High Report has a scouting profile on T.J. Barnes.  (h/t Orange Peanut)

Dave Choate shares an ode to Gang Green.

The Jets Setter shares observations from the game.

NY Jets Cap shares post game thoughts.

Pro Football Focus refocuses on the game.

ESPN reviews the game.

The Record grades the Jets.

The Ledger: Southeastern University students create a music video for the Jets.

Big Cat Country: The Jacksonville Jaguars will release S Dwight Lowery when he passes a physical. Buffalo Bills S Jim Leonhard was wired for sound.

NFP: The Atlanta Falcons worked out WR Mohamed Massaquoi.

Behind the Steel Curtain: William Gay replaced Cortez Allen in practice yesterday.

AP: The Tennessee Titans are trying to give WR Kenny Britt a confidence boost.

AP: St. Louis Rams WR Tavon Austin is not frustrated by the lack of production.

AP: Houston Texans HC Gary Kubiak admits that leaving QB Matt Schaub as a starter was tough.

SI: DC Rob Ryan's big blitzes key the New Orleans Saints' defensive revival.

Deadspin: Perfectly timed sports TV graphics.

Uni-Watch: A game that nobody cares about gets new costumes that nobody will remember.

SB Nation: Stuff fantasy football fans say.

OSN: Daryl Johnston admits that he doesn't feel comfortable being alone with Kenny Albert.

Andrew Brandt: "League of Denial" forces the NFL, doctors and player to rethink attitudes.  They have had undisputed attitude about this violent pacification.

Dave D'Allesandro: The PBS documentary is a cautionary tale for every parent.

Bolts from the Blue: The science of concussions and CTE.

LA Times: California gives a huge payoff to the NFL.

Here are yesterday's links, in case you missed them.  Or you just want to re-live the memories.

And now here is Sevendust with "Denial":

Have a great day, everyone!