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New York Jets Flight Connections 10-12-14

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

Mike Vaccaro: A disaster start is nothing new for New York teams.

Brian Costello: The Jets' one big strength might not be so strong. Apparently, this is referring to the offensive line?

Darryl Slater: Examining how and why the offense has played behind the chains too often this year.

Dom Cosentino: Three matchups that could make the game close.

Hank Gola: Inside the playbook.

Rich Cimini: The Jets could make bad history this season.

Bob Glauber: The Jets defense must share the guilt for their 1-4 start.

Kimberley A. Martin: The Jets are facing Denver Broncos QB Peyton Manning with a shaky offense and inconsistent defense.

Kimberley A. Martin: WR Eric Decker and Broncos WR Demaryius Thomas share a friendship that crosses team and racial boundaries.

SB Nation: RB Chris Ivory is a fantasy football sleeper.

Mile High Report: Five questions with Smackdad.

SB Nation: The Cincinnati Bengals broke out the Emory and Henry formation.

SB Nation: Patience pays off for New York Giants CB Prince Amukamara. Like I always say, patience comes to those who wait.

New York Post: HC Mike Pettine has the Cleveland Browns headed in the right direction.

Chillicothe Gazette: Ben Hartsock holds out hope of playing this season.

Football Zebras: Week 6 referee assignments.

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

Here is the thread about nothing.

And I'd like to say good luck to our Scott Salmon, who will be in the Chicago Marathon today. He is doing exactly what the Jets need to do, which is run all day.

Now here is Sir Paul with "Run, Devil, Run":

Here is MxPx with "You Walk, I Run":

And Iron Maiden with "Run To The Hills":

Have a great day, everyone!