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New York Jets Flight Connections 10/16/15

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In Todd we trust.
In Todd we trust.
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Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Aloha Friday...

NY Jets: HC Todd Bowles says that the team can go from the penthouse to the outhouse real quick.

Brian Costello: Bowles' strategy for how the Jets should handle success.

Eric Allen: OC Chan Gailey will monitor RB Chris Ivory's workload.

Eric Allen: QB Ryan Fitzpatrick's beard tips.

Dennis Waszak Jr.: The Jets offensive line looks to protect Fitzpatrick.

Brian Costello: WR Devin Smith is itching for a breakout game.

Rich Cimini: The Jets' offense needs work.

Rich Cimini: RT Breno Giacomini and ILB David Harris are key players for the Jets on Sunday.

Manish Mehta: For CB Buster Skrine, stardom isn't the name of the game.

Darryl Slater: Insight from Skrine on why CB Darrelle Revis thrives in press coverage.

Kimberley A. Martin: Bowles is impressed with Revis' team first-attitude.

Kristian Dyer: CB Marcus Williams hopes to be ready for the Washington game.

Kristian Dyer: Texts from Seattle Seahawks S Kam Chanchellor led S Dion Bailey to the Jets. So Kam was a counselor.

The Star: S Calvin Pryor was proud and emotional about his induction into the Port St. Joe High School Hall of Fame.

NY Jets: Ten questions for LB Lorenzo Mauldin.

NY Jets: Spotlight on DE Muhammad Wilkerson.

Randy Lange: It's good to have DE Sheldon Richardson back.

Darryl Slater: OLB Calvin Pace says it's on Richardson to stay out of trouble.

Dom Cosentino: Washington's offensive line is banged up.

Associated Press: After a hot start, Washington's running game has disappeared.

Yahoo Sports: Game capsule.

Baltimore Sun: Former Jets and Washington RB George Nock is now a sculptor.

Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Former NFL WR Terance Mathis is now a professional trainer.

Buffalo News: LB IK Enemkpali relishes his second chance with the Buffalo Bills.

Buffalo News: Bills WR Sammy Watkins speaks up. He wants them to throw him the damn ball.

Associated Press: The Miami Dolphins say their defensive problem is more execution than scheme.

Mike Reiss: New England Patriots RB Dion Lewis' short stint with the Indianapolis Colts was forgettable.

Tom Pelissero: QB Peyton Manning's limitations hinder the Denver Broncos' offense.

Stephen White: What were the Tennessee Titans thinking on 3rd and 23?

Barry Wilner: The rested Arizona Cardinals await the Steelers in Pittsburgh.

Associated Press: The Cardinals running game blossoms with three big-play backs.

Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Atlanta Falcons QB Matt Ryan says it was a tough night against the New Orleans Saints.

The Sports Quotient: An in-depth look at the struggles of Indianapolis Colts QB Andrew Luck and the QB Matt Hasselbeck's success.

Vice: Replacing Kansas City Chiefs RB Jamaal Charles is impossible.

Football Zebras: Suspending referees is uncommon in the NFL.

Deadspin: Nevada regulators rule that daily fantasy is gambling and order sites to shut down. The regulators mounted up.

Wall Street Journal: In its second season, the three-team FXFL is trying to cozy up to the NFL.

Here are your missed connections from yesterday.

Here is the thread about nothing, where you can talk about random stuff, like a beer slip'n slide.

Iron Maiden time:

And Red Hot Chili Peppers:

Have a great weekend, everyone! I'm off to celebrate with my Daniel Murphy fan club, the sMurphs.