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New York Jets Flight Connections 09-13-13

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Prepare to be shel-shocked by Sheldon Richardson.
Prepare to be shel-shocked by Sheldon Richardson.

Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters!  It sure feels like Friday the 13th, doesn't it?  The horror, the horror.  Anyways, here are your daily New York Jets links...

Everytime I check the news this morning, I am crossing my fingers as I await the news on Muhammad Wilkerson and Sheldon Richardson's injuries.  I hope these guys are all right.

Rex Ryan spoke about Nick Mangold's tackle at the end of the game and the fight that ensued.

Willie Colon and D'Brickashaw Ferguson were ejected from the game.

Chris Ivory and Bilal Powell gained some yardage on the ground.

Dee Milliner was benched during the game.  But why not Stephen Hill?

Tara Sullivan wants to see how Geno Smith will bounce back.

Steve Serby writes about Smith's inexperience.

Rich Cimini finds that it was not only Geno who played poorly but the whole team.

The Jets Setter shares observations from the game.

The Jet Press recaps the game.

NY Jets Cap shares post game thoughts.

The Associated Press gives you five things to know about the game.

Pro Football Focus refocuses on the game.

Vinny Testaverde finds a positive in Mark Sanchez's injury.

It does seem like Kerry Rhodes is being blacklisted.

MMMQB explains why Baltimore Ravens GM Ozzie Newsome is awesome.

USA Today: Buffalo Bills RB C.J. Spiller vows to be better in Week 2.

SI: Anquan Boldin's full range of intangibles is on display for the San Francisco 49ers.

AP: Tony Romo is playing through a rib problem again for the Dallas Cowboys.

SB Nation: Disarming the read-option.

NFP: The good and bad of the evolving NFL.

Personally, I am a bit heartbroken today.  I feel so let down, deceived, betrayed.  I really put a lot of faith in these receivers.  And now here is Billy Joel:

On a positive note, I do like the fight and effort in this team.  There are still fourteen games left.  Try to enjoy the rest of your weekend, folks.