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New York Jets Flight Connections 11-23-13

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

Nick the Kick, the Folk hero.
Nick the Kick, the Folk hero.
Anthony Gruppuso-US PRESSWIRE

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

Deadspin: The Post. Cannizzaro. Stupid. The coordinators talk about logistics for the Baltimore Ravens.

Randy Lange: The Jets seek a recipe for more scoreboard balance.

Jane McManus: The Jets want to see QB Geno Smith recognize his running opportunities.

Brian Lewis: The presure is on the offensive line.

Charlie Frankel: WR Jeremy Kerley looks to get back on the field.

Dennis Waszak Jr.: Kerley is improving but doubtful.

Reddit: WR David Nelson's AMA, aka "Ask Me Anything".

ESPN: WR Josh Cribbs faces a familiar opponent in Ravens DC Dean Pees.

Baltimore Sun: Pees says that the wildcat is not yet extinct. Ravens QB Joe Flacco eyes a rebound against the Jets secondary.

Jeff Roberts: The number 1 run defense will be tested by Ravens RB Ray Rice.

George Willis: Focused on stopping the long ball, the Jets can't forget Rice.

Darryl Slater: The Jets hold on to their surprising victories as reasons for hope.

Baltimore Beatdown: NT Haloti Ngata, CB Lardarius Webb and LB Daryl Smith are questionable.

JetNation previews the game.

Jets Insider previews the game.

The Jet Press shares keys to victory.

ESPN tells you what to watch for.

New York Times: Ravens K Justin Tucker knows how to enhance a score.

fez99 reviews "Collision Low Crossers".

NJJetFan writes about how to be a master debater.

dabu7 shared this link about the Long brothers. Peace! Tell me what I did wrong.

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

Join our random conversations in our Thread About Nothing.

This link to the GoldieBlox's use of a Beastie Boys song is not football related, but it shows that not everybody is clear on copyright issues. Boycott stinko site!!!

Even companies that should know better have willfully violated. Literally, there was "no copyright intended".

And this song is dedicated to Mark Cannizzaro and the New York Post:

Have a great weekend, everyone!