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New York Jets Flight Connections 12-09-13

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

Milliner continues to Dee-velop.
Milliner continues to Dee-velop.
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Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters!  Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Victory Monday...

Here is video of HC Rex Ryan speaking to the team after the game.  I love that "home of the Jets" chant.  Love it!!!

Rich Cimini: The Jets players rejected Victory Monday.

Kristian Dyer: The Jets hung on to their playoff hopes.

Gary Myers: How the Jets finish will determine Ryan's fate.

Brian Costello: Owner Woody Johnson was pretty happy even before the win.

Manish Mehta: Woody admitted that he's been pleased with the team.

Tara Sullivan: The resilient journey continues for QB Geno Smith.

Steve Serby: It was a big day on the ground for Smith.

Ian O'Connor: Geno finally showed up.

Randy Lange: Geno was a man on the run.

Steve Politi: Rex was right to stick with Geno.

Jane McManus: It was a big day for the receivers.

Michael J. Fensom: The Jets benefitted from a full complement of receivers.

Michael J. Fensom: The special teams played a key role in the victory.

Jeff Roberts: S Antonio Allen's block was a spark on a special day.

Matt Ehalt: Allen was a star on special teams.  Call it an Allen invasion.

Darryl Slater: S Ed Reed got his first interception and victory of the season.

Charlie Frankel: Reed and Allen contributed.

Jane McManus; CB Antonio Cromartie had a head injury.

Dennis Waszak Jr.: Five things to know after the Jets topped the Oakland Raiders.

The Record replays the game.

ESPN reviews the game.

The Jets Blog analyzes the game.

NY Jets Cap shares post game thoughts.

Turn On the Jets shares their reaction.

Jets Rant shares video of former Jets QB Chad Pennington leading the team into the stadium.

ESPN: Former Jets TE Hayden Smith returns to rugby.

Charlotte Observer: The New Orleans Saints exposed the weaknesses of the Carolina Panthers.

AP: New England Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski is suspected to have a torn ACL.

AP: The Baltimore Ravens rallied past the Minnesota Vikings.

AP: The Miami Dolphins shook off the snow and beat the Pittsburgh Steelers.

SI: Arizona Cardinals S Tyrann Mathieu may have suffered a torn ACL.

SI: Denver Broncos K Matt Prater set an NFL record with a 64-yard field goal.

USA Today: The Detroit Lions and Philadelphia Eagles made history in a game in which no points came from the foot of a kicker.

New York Times: In a mistake-filled year, the New York Giants have been eliminated from the playoff race in fitting fashion.

And now here is Sir Paul with "Band on the Run":

Have a great week, everyone!