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New York Jets Flight Connections 11-21-13

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

Quinton Copleson
Quinton Copleson
Ed Mulholland-US PRESSWIRE

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

Deadspin: How Mark Cannizzaro and the New York Post manufactured a stupid.

Jets Insider: HC Rex Ryan returns to Baltimore with no hard feelings.

Rich Cimini: Is Ryan's chip gone?

Kristian Dyer: QB Matt Simms is learning lessons from his famous father.

Seth Walder: Wide receivers give rookie QB Geno Smith a vote of confidence.

Michael J. Fensom: WR Jeremy Kerley was limited in practice.

Brian Costello: WR Santonio Holmes missed practice due to injuries.

Jane McManus: WR Stephen Hill will have his reps cut.

Randy Lange: Three urgent wideout questions.

Darryl Slater: The rookies, with substantial roles in the playoff push, work to avoid the usual late-season lull.

Charlie Frankel: DE Muhammad Wilkerson returns home to give back.

Kimberley A. Martin: OLB Calvin Pace sees turnovers as a rookie constant for QBs Mark Sanchez and Smith.

ESPN: S Ed Reed says that Houston Texans DC Wade Phillips was the reason he was cut.  If you can't say somethin' nice, don't say nothin' at all.

The Jets Blog: Extra analysis.

USA Today: QB Joe Flacco implores the Baltimore Ravens to play with abandon.

Baltimore Sun: Ravens DT Haloti Ngata did not practice, but WR Marlon Brown returned.

AP: Ravens TE Dennis Pitta returned to practice.  I don't wanna taco bout it.

Over the Cap: Looking at the young quarterback in the NFL.

AP: The Indianapolis Colts defense is trying to plug holes and stop big plays.

Andrew Brandt: QB Jay Cutler's contract decision is franchise-defining for the Chicago Bears.

Andy Benoit: The Atlanta Falcons were Super Bowl contenders until injuries struck.

Sync Weekly: It was not always sunny in Philadelphia.

Advanced NFL Stats: The effect of momentum-swinging events.

SB Nation: The Hall of Fame finalists.

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

And now here is something from Remanufacture:


Have a great day, everyone!