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New York Jets Flight Connections 09-10-13

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Say hola to Ryan Spadola.
Say hola to Ryan Spadola.
Rich Barnes-USA TODAY Sports

Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters!  Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Tuesday... Rex Ryan's postgame locker room speech.

Manish Mehta: Rex gives the Jets hope to beat the Patriots.

Brian Costello: The media snubs were Jet fuel for the win.

Randy Lange: The Jets are feeling like a resilient band.

Ben Shpigel: The Jets are encouraged by Geno Smith's debut.

Dennis Waszak: Geno is already focused on his next opponent.

Michael J. Fensom: Bill Belichick is impressed by Smith's poise.

Kristian Dyer: The Jets' balance on offense concerns the Patriots.

Darryl Slater: Mark Sanchez says that he is following the usual post-injury plan by getting a second opinion.

Matt Ehalt: Jeremy Kerley did not practice yesterday.

Zach Braziller: Demario Davis had a hand in the victory.

The Jets Blog anayzes the defense and special teams.

Jets Insider breaks down the game.

The Jet Press grades the Jets.

JetNation grades the Jets.

Newsday grades the Jets.

Rich Cimini reviews the film.

Pro Football Focus refocuses on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Jets game.

Pro Football Focus refocuses on the New England Patriots at Buffalo Bills game.

Newsday: Shane Vereen will not play but the Pats are mum on his injury.

SB Nation: Danny Amendola was limited in practice yesterday.  Danny, my friend, you are entering a world of pain.  A world of pain.

SI: Rob Grownkowski is unlikely to play on Thursday.

SI: Calvin Johnson still doesn't understand the Calvin Johnson rule.

New York Times: A New York Giants' fumbles prompt running back tryouts.

AP: Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo will play on as x-rays show no damage to his ribs.

AP: The NFL is reviewing Ndamukong Suh's block for a potential discipline.  So Suh me, he says.

AP: Chip Kelly's frenetic Philadelphia Eagles beat Washington and Robert Griffin III.

Scott Fujita: They were right; I miss the game.

Life Happens: Boomer Esiason shares his life lesson.

Infinite Jets: Dave Herman and other players who wore #67.

Star-Ledger: Among NFL talent evaluators, the moneyball approach gets mixed reviews.

OSN: Week One winners and losers.

Deadspin: This 7-year-old Jets fan is a little a-hole.  Agreed.

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

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Enjoy the rest of your week, you hot shots.