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New York Jets Flight Connections 11-06-14

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

Antwan Barnes.
Antwan Barnes.
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Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Thursday...

The Daily Meal: The Jets and Saks 5th Avenue team up for Food Bank.

George Willis: The disgruntled Jets fans should focus on seats and not on stunts.

Rich Cimini: Results will determine GM John Idzik's fate and not banner and billboards.

Bob Glauber: It has not been a banner year for HC Rex Ryan either.

Jason Fitzgerald: Rex should go regardless of the next seven games.

Brian Costello: Rex praised the offense and then realized that that is a joke.

NY Jets: Chad Pennington says that Rex is a players' coach.

NY Jets: QB Michael Vick says that he is very encouraged with their direction.

Jane McManus: QB Geno Smith threw at practice.

Randy Lange: Can the wide receivers finally ignite the Jets offense?

Dennis Waszak Jr.: DEs Muhammad Wilkerson and Sheldon Richardson were sick and missed practice.

Darryl Slater: OLB Quinton Coples says that the fan are going to speak on how they feel.

Darryl Slater: DB Antonio Allen moved back to safety.

Jane McManus: CB Darrin Walls did not practice. I was hoping he would play with CB Marcus Williams. Then we would have the Williams Walls.

T.J. Brennan: The competition at corner continues. Let's get competitiony!

Behind the Steel Curtain: Pittsburgh Steelers LB Jason Worilds missed practice with an abdominal injury.

Stephen White: Steelers OLB James Harrison is coming for your quarterbacks.

Stephen White: An NFL locker room is not a hive.

SB Nation: Where are the NFL's lost locker rooms? Probably in the last place you look.

SB Nation: The epidemic that is bringing down the NFL's best teams.

SB Nation: Indianapolis Colts QB Andrew Luck's style is full of substance.

Battle Red Blog: QB Ryan Mallett has been named as the starting quarterback for the Houston Texans.

AP: San Francisco 49ers RB Marcus Lattimore will retire two years after a devastating knee injury.

AP: NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell testified for two-plus hours to start Ray Rice's appeal hearings.

AP: New England Patriots OL Coach Dave DeGuglielmo is happy with the resurgence of his offensive line.

Danny Kelly: The best and worst of the 2014 NFL season so far.

Bill Barnwell: Breaking down the numbers at the half.

Jane McManus: His former Jets teammates are happy for Philadelphia Eagles QB Mark Sanchez.

WPTZ: If the Eagles fly with Sanchez, QB Nick Foles could lose his job. The competition is rigged.

OSN: A Philadelphia are sports psychologist is already clearing his schedule for Sanchez.

TigerNet: Tajh Boyd launches a new blog.

Football Zebras: Week nine quick calls.

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

Here is the thread about nothing.

Here is CBS New York's coverage of the BelovED School's new free recycled playground. Thanks again to everyone who voted daily in the spring!

Now here is the Last Internationale with "I'll Be Alright":

Have a great day, everyone!