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New York Jets Flight Connections 09-28-13

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Jeremy Kerley is pretty good at Kerl routes.
Jeremy Kerley is pretty good at Kerl routes.
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Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters!  Here are your daily New York Jets links...

Michael J. Fensom: Rex Ryan is confident that the Jets will diminish penalties.

Mark Cannizzaro: The Jets may have found an offensive mind in Marty Mornhinweg.

Kimberley A. Martin: Mornhinweg's offense has options against the Tennessee Titans.

George Willis: The Jets are exuding a quiet confidence.

Dennis Waszak Jr.: Santonio Holmes has a blast of the past.

Brian Lewis: Kellen Winslow eyes a bounce-back game.

Darryl Slater: Bilal Powell is starting to impress with how he finishes.

Kevin Armstong: Powell will continue to run with Chris Ivory injured.  They haven't been able to dial up Ivory but Bilal has been a safeguard as he can run with zest.

Charlie Frankel: Alex Green will come off the bench in relief.  I really do think Powell and Green should run the wildcat wildcard together with Geno off the field altogether.

Rich Cimini: A chat with Austin Howard.

Jeff Capellini: The line of scrimmage is where the Jets live, breathe and eat.

New York Times: First-round picks pay off in the Jets' pass-rush.

Wall Street Journal: The defensive strength is now up front.

Greg Logan: The effective pass rush by the front seven benefits that whole defense.

Matt Ehalt: Kyle Wilson says that he has to learn from his mistakes.

Brian Lewis: Without Dee Milliner, the corners look to step up.

Randy Lange: Ten things to look for in the game.

Rich Cimini: What to watch for.

JetNation previews the game.

The Jet Press previews the game.

The Jets Setter previews the game.

AP: Titans WR Kenny Britt is limited by sore ribs and a neck injury.

MMQB: Titans QB Jake Locker is improving.

USA Today: Titans S Bernard Pollard says that he is not a thug.

ESPN: The New England Patriots have released CB Marquice Cole.

Pro Football Talk: The grumbling begins about St. Louis Rams OC Brian Schottenheimer.

Over the Cap: The past and future of the Rams.

The Record: A judge will decide soon in the legal joust between the Jets/Giants and a Meadowlands developer.  I think they should just settle it at Medieval Times.

USA Today: Houston Texans rookie WR DeAndre Hopkins earns respect with his work ethic.  It's a lesson learned in life, known from the dawn of time.

USA Today: Minnesota Vikings QB Christian Ponder has a broken rib so Matt Cassell will start.

AP: Dallas Cowboys WR Miles Austin is out against the San Diego Chargers with a hamstring injury.

The Times: New York Giants OLs Chris Snee and David Baas are out against the Kansas City Chiefs.

SB Nation: Getting to the truth about Detroit Lions WR Nate Burleson's pizza incident. That was my favorite early '90s hard rock album.

SB Nation: OL Joe Thomassix years with the Cleveland Browns.

SB Nation: The NFL's 5-tool players.

OSN: Aldon Smith's absence could devastate San Francisco's bar scene.

Here are yesterday's links, in case you missed them.  Scroll to the bottom of the comments section.  lololol

Somebody help out AlpineSmuggler.

The Jets had a message for New York Yankees closer Mariano Rivera:

For some reason, it had to be, he guided me to Tennessee:

Have a great day, everyone!  I'm off to work on my screenplay called "Remember the Tight 'Uns".