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New York Jets Flight Connections 09-22-13

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

Nick the Kick Folk shows his receiving skills.
Nick the Kick Folk shows his receiving skills.
Patrick McDermott

Good morning and happy game day, Gang Green Gangsters!  Here are your daily New York Jets links for today...

Ben Shpigel: The Bill Hampton Award is an honor for Jets rookies.

Charlie Frankel: Ryan Quigley has a hold on his other job.

Bob Glauber: Rex Ryan's rebuilt defense is a hit.

Kevin Armstrong: Dennis Thurman is Ryan's partner on defense.

Michael J. Fensom: Demario Davis says that this is a must-win game.

Steve Serby: Q&A with Damon Harrison.

The Jets Blog: Is Sheldon Richardson the wrecking ball of the year? You might get Shel-shocked!

The Jet Press: The key matchup is Austin Howard against Mario Williams.  Austin 3:16 says...

Rich Cimini: A chat with Willie Colon.

Manish Mehta: Geno Smith discusses what he's learned.

Brian Costello: The Jets plan on running over the Bills.

Kristian Dyer: The Jets have a shot at going 2-1.

Kimberley A. Martin: C.J. Spiller and Stevie Johnson present tough matchups.

Hank Gola: Buffalo has more weapons.

Tyson Rauch: The Bills have the edge with their offensive playmakers.

Mark Cannizzaro: Bronx native Doug Marrone takes a winding path to the Bills sideline.

Olean Times Herald: Mike Pettine wasn't nudged to leave the Jets.

JetNation: Buffalo Bills players to watch.

Sports Business Daily: Mike Tannenbaum gathers clients.

SI: San Francisco 49ers HC Jim Harbaugh's 2005 DUI made him a better counselor.  It's gonna take more than that, counselor, to prove you're better than me.

Local 21 News: A sports memorabilia owner receives death threats fter arranging an event with Philadelphia Eagles QB Michael Vick.

AP: The Dallas Cowboys defense turns its attention to Sam Bradford and the St. Louis Rams.  And Brian Schottenheimer.

Here is info on Santonio HolmesIII & Long Foundation event.

As you may know by now, the Jets do the "home of the Jets" chant every time they win.  Kevin Mawae explains how that tradition started.  Interestingly, Bill Parcells brought him to New York to block Ted Washington, and Marrone brought Mawae to Buffalo to help teach their players to block.

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

And here is the latest episode of the JETway while you're waiting for the game:

Have a great day, everyone!  Hopefully, we'll all be chanting, "and the home of the... JETS!!!"