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New York Jets Flight Connections 12-26-13

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

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Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters!  I hope everyone had some time to spend with friends and family.  Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Thursday...

QB Geno Smith is once again up for Rookie of the Week.  This is his last chance to win that award so what do you say we vote for him, huh?

Darryl Slater: The run game success takes pressure off Smith and leads to better offenses.

Neil Best: QB Matt Simms is proud of what he's accomplished this season.

Charlie Frankel: RB Chris Ivory's long-running show continues. He can be slipper like soap.

Brian Costello: LG Brian Winters wants the spring to adjust to playing guard.

Michael J. Fensom: The Jets reflect on the season and what could have been.

Michael Salfino: The overachieving Jets.

Seth Walder: HC Rex Ryan hopes that he can save his job with a win in Miami.

Kimberley A. Martin: Rex is bugged by the Jets' three straight non-winning seasons.

Brian Costello: Why did owner Woody Johnson keep Rex for 2013?

Kristian Dyer: For S Rontez Miles, his Pittsburgh Steelers tattoo is about his roots.

Charlie Frankel: For DL Leger Douzable2 half-sacks and 2 dances.

Manish Mehta: DE Sheldon Richardson talks and plays a good game.

Darryl Slater: DE Muhammad Wilkerson was named the Jets most valuable player.  He could be literally, come contract negotiation time.

Brian Costello: Wilkerson and K Nick Folk deserve the Pro Bowl but it won't be easy.

Rich Cimini: Pro Bowl possibilities.

AP: New England Patriots HC Bill Belichick says that the limits on practice are adding to injuries.

Lombardi Ave: All of a sudden, RB Kahlil Bell could be pretty important for the Green Bay Packers.

So did you get any new Jets gear for the holidays?  Remember, it's better to give than to receive.  Also, in case your curious, you may direct packages for me to our SB Nation office in New York.  Now, let me get back to reading this "Collision Low Crossers".  Enjoy the rest of the holidays, everyone!