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New York Jets Flight Connections 10-26-13

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Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters!  Here are your daily New York Jets links for today...

Charlie Frankel: Chris Ivory has been named the FedEx Ground Player of the Week.  Thanks for voting, you guys and gals.

Stu Woo: Geno Smith is now heard loud and clear.  Geno didn't win the other nominations as the competition is rigged.

Dennis Waszak Jr.: The offensive line's tough task is to protect Geno.

Jeff Roberts: Brian Winters can take the heat.

Charlie Frankel: Willie Colon knows what's ahead.

Darryl Slater: Santonio Holmes is out for the game, while Nick Mangold is questionable.

Tyson Rauch: Will the offense remain productive without Holmes.

J.P. Pelzman: Jeremy Kerley is quietly thriving.

Daily News: Kerley wants to win against former college teammate Andy Dalton.

New York Times: Josh Cribbs is a returner, a receiver and anything else you need.

Matt Ehalt: Sunday's big matchup is Antonio Cromartie against A.J. Green.

Stephen Lorenzo: The Jets are glad that it's Dee Milliner time.

Michael J.Fensom: Is Quinton Coples linebacker or a defensive end?

Steve Serby: A win against the Cincinnati Bengals could save Rex Ryan's job.

Anthony Rieber: Rex is pleased as the Jets picked it up in practice.

Turn on the Jets: Building a winner the right way.

The Jet Press presents keys to victory.

JetNation previews the game.

Cincy Jungle previews the Cincy offense against Gang Green's defense.

Randy Lange gives you ten things to look for.

Rich Cimini tells you what to watch for.

AP shares a game capsule.

SI previews the Week 8 games.

OSN: Week 8 picks.

SB Nation: Everything you ever wanted to know about the zone blitz.

CBS Sports: Could they become the Washington Bravehearts? Mel Gibson will be the mascot.

Jane McManus: The NY/NJ hose committee is already stumping for future Super Bowls.

Andrew Brandt: Retired NFL players still have a pending litigation against Riddell.

Jenny Vrentas: Technology and rules changes will make the game safer.

Peter King: Mario Williams is realizing his potential as a top pass rusher.

Greg A. Bedard: Sean Payton and Doug Marrone reunite in the Buffalo Bills at New Orleans Saints clash on Sunday.

NFP: Bill Belichick acknowledge the difficulties of making trades.

USA Today: The Kansas City Chiefs doesn't have flaws.

Here are yesterday's links, in case you missed them.

Baby, if you've ever wondered where to catch the game, it doesn't look like it will be on WKRP:

Enjoy your weekend, everyone!