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New York Jets Flight Connections 9-27-14

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

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

Stu Woo: QB Geno Smith will have to face the Detroit Lions' great defense.

Darryl Slater: How RB Chris Ivory's altered offseason weight-lifting routine has helped him start strong.

Dennis Waszak Jr.: WR Jeremy Kerley is not sweating the two touchdowns that didn't count.

Howie Kussoy: Kerley has become Geno's security blanket.

Jane McManus: WR Eric Decker says that he will play on Sunday.

Randy Lange: Decker and WR David Nelson are eyeing the Lions.

NY Jets: WR Greg Salas says that he will make the play when it comes.

Jane McManus: CB Dee Milliner is likely out against the Lions.

Greg Logan: CB Darrin Walls has a chance to earn the starting job.

Dom Cosentino: The Jets plan to keep DB Antonio Allen at cornerback for the rest of the season.

George Willis: The Jets defense must step up against the Lions.

The Jets Blog: DL Coach Karl Dunbar's conference call.

Turn On The Jets: Reviewing the defense on Week 3.

Greg Logan: DE Muhammad Wilkerson is not worried about Lions DT Ndamukong Suh. We need to put a spy on him, too?

Pride of Detroit: Wilkerson is the player to watch.

Pride of Detroit: Which team has the overall edge on paper?

Pride of Detroit: Five questions with John B.  Great job, Scott.

Detroit Lions: Lions DC Teryl Austin breaks down film of the Jets offense.

The Sports Xchange: Kansas City Chiefs RB Joe McKnight ruptured his Achilles and is out for the season.

SB Nation: Sean Taylor's death is still raw for Washington WR Santana Moss.

Jersey Journal: Bart Scott is coming to Jersey City for a celebrity hoops game. Also, come down to Hamilton Park for the BBQ Festival.

AP: The NFL security department is not built to watch players.

AP: A judge recuses himself from the NFL collusion lawsuit.

Football Zebras: The NFL got it right with three new referee hires.

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

Here is the thread about nothing.

How about some New Found Glory? Here is "The King of Wishful Thinking":

Have a great weekend, everyone!