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New York Jets Flight Connections 10-28-13

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Welp, I guess we're gonna have to settle for 12-4 this season, right?  Anyways, here are your daily New York Jets links for today...

Darryl Slater: The Jets' roller coaster season continues.

Steve Serby: A seesaw season is no way to make the playoffs.

Randy Lange: The Jets stumble in the jungle.

Kimberley A. Martin: Everything goes wrong for the Jets.

Steve Politi: Rex Ryan and his suddenly defenseless Jets could be in big trouble.

Mike Vaccaro: The uneven Geno Smith is accountable in their latest plunge.

Charlie Frankel: Matt Simms went sky-high in his NFL debut.  I can't believe they played him.  Supposed to save him for the playoffs.

Kevin Armstrong: The Jets are unable to get the running game going.

Rich Cimini: What happened tothe offense? For one, they no longer have Clyde Gates.

Manish Mehta: Pacman Jones threatens David Nelson.  Tell your unnamed source he goes by Adam Jones now.

Cincy Jungle: Jones felt that Nelson was playing dirty.

The Sports Xchange: The Bengals defense and Andy Dalton's five touchdowns doom the Jets.

Brian Costello: Muhammad Wilkerson's tirade doesn't inspire the Jets.

Steve Serby: Dee Milliner was torched by the Cincinnati Bengals.

Pro Football Focus refocuses on the game.

Turn On The Jets wants to burn the tape.

NY Jets Cap shares post game thoughts.

The Onion: Swaggering is down by 87%.

NFP: An odd call aids the New England Patriots.

ESPN: Miami Dolphins OL Bryant McKinnie shows promise in his debut.

SI: Mike Pouncey was served a grand jury subpoena in Massachussetts.

AP: Drew Breesfive touchdowns lead the New Orleans Saints past the Buffalo Bills.

The Times: A rare New York Giants takeaway alters the game against the Philadelphia Eagles.

SB Nation: Is Trent Richardson the problem, or the Indianapolis Colts offense?

USA Today: Peyton Manning could use a break after the Denver Broncos' rout of Washington.

USA Today: The Detroit Lions beat the Dallas Cowboys at the wire as Calvin Johnson explodes for 329 yards.

MMQB: Matthew Stafford's comeback is a coming-of-age moment.

Advanced NFL Stats: The Green Bay Packers' perfect third quarter.

Now here is the Red Hot Chili Peppers' cover of "Roller Coaster of Love":

While we're at it, we like pleasure spiked with pain:

And lastly, this one is dedicated to Dalton:

Cheer up, Jets fans.  We don't have to worry about Greg McElroy's intel again until the playoffs.