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New York Jets Flight Connections 09-19-13

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

It would take more than a Coples of defenders to stop Quinton.
It would take more than a Coples of defenders to stop Quinton.
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And then you realize, it's only Thursday.  Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters!   Here are your daily New York Jets links...

Michael J. Fensom: Buffalo Bills DC Mike Pettine has aided their prep for the Jets defense.

Mark Cannizzaro: Pettine is excited to face Rex Ryan.

Kristian Dyer: The Jets prepare to face EJ Manuel, whom they passed over twice.

Steve Serby: Manuel is a cool kid, but Ryan wrecks rookie quarterbacks.

Seth Walder: The Jets defense is ready for C.J. Spiller.

Tyson Rauch: 2013's rookie quarterback showdown.

Newsday: Geno Smith downplays the matchup with Manuel.

SB Nation: Breaking Madden with Geno in football hell.

The Jets Blog: Extra analysis of the previous game.

SI: New England Patriots CB Aqib Talib says that Nick Mangold's hit wasn't dirty.

New York Post: Vladimir Ducasse is getting better.  Don't get mad, get Vlad.

ESPN: Antwan Barnes isn't impressed by Mario Williams.

Matt Ehalt: The offensive line's mission is to stop Mario.

Darryl Slater: The offensive line faces challenges with Mario and the underrated Kyle Williams.

Dennis Waszak Jr.: Jeremy Kerley was back at practice, while Quinton Coples was limited.

AP: Tennessee Titans HC Mike Munchak says that RB Shonn Greene had right knee surgery.

SI: The Trent Richardson trades tells us what the Cleveland Browns think of their past, present and future.

NFP: Cleveland Browns WR Josh Gordon regains the starting job.

USA Today: Bernard Pollard unloads on the NFL after his $42K fine.

USA Today: Kenny Britt doesn't regret his goodbye tweet.

AP: Denver Broncos LT Ryan Clady is out for the season with a foot injury.

AP: Former NFL OLD Brian Holloway's home was trashed by partying teens.

SB Nation: Former NFL DE Stephen White reviews Week 2.

Post-Gazette: Pittsburgh Steelers WR Antonio Brown tells OC Todd Haley that he wants more passes.

ESPN: Chicago Bears QB Jay Cutler is no longer seeing ghosts.

Over the Cap: A look at pricing points for CB Richard Sherman and the Seattle Seahawks.

Deadspin: The world's best anchor fills the sportscast with hip hop references.

OSN: SI's investigation reveals that Oklahoma State is an awesome place to play football.

Here is how you can get tickets to Santonio Holmes' charity event.

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

And now here is something from Heavy Petting Zoo:


Have a great day, everyone!