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New York Jets Flight Connections 10/19/15

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April's boys need some megahits.
April's boys need some megahits.
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Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Victory Monday...

NY Jets: The Jets are 4-1 for the first time since 2010.

NY Jets: HC Todd Bowles says veterans led the club in the pivotal second half.

NY Jets: Bowles' locker room speech.

Bob Glauber: So far, Bowles has been good.

Randy Lange: Say bye to Washington.

Stu Woo: The Jets eye a critical matchup with the New England Patriots.

Dennis Waszak Jr.: QB Ryan Fitzpatrick led the Jets to victory.

Brian Lewis: Fitzpatrick's headlong dive into the end zone was anything but sliding.

Zach Braziller: RB Chris Ivory says that a coaching tip has helped him become a top running back.

Greg Logan: The Jets' adjustments with Ivory prove to be highly effective.

Rich Cimini: Ivory sliced and diced, but WR Eric Decker had some issues.

NY Jets: Ivory records consecutive 100-yard rush games for the first time.

NY Jets: DE Sheldon Richardson played well in his return.

Zach Braziller: Richardson makes a big impact in his return.

Ohm Youngmisuk: Richardson says that the Jets are licking their chops for the Patriots.

Mark Cannizzaro: Three big-name Jets rebound in a big way after early miscues.

Steve Serby: Just when the Jets needed him, it was CB Darrelle Revis to the rescue.

Dom Cosentino: Revis' pick changed the game.

Gary Myers: Revis and the Patriots got exactly what they wanted.

Brian Costello: CB Buster Skrine suffers a concussion and could miss the Patriots showdown.

Kimberley A. Martin: CB Antonio Cromartie shrugs off his 2010 criticism of Patriots QB Tom Brady.

Brian Lewis: Washington's highly touted run game runs into a Jets brick wall.

Darryl Slater: The good, the bad and the ugly as struggles turn into dominance.

Kristian Dyer: Three things we learned.

Dennis Waszak Jr.: A big second-half swing led the Jets past Washington.

Rich Cimini: The Jets need to play better for longer to beat the Patriots.

Sun-Sentinel: The Miami Dolphins win HC Dan Campbell's debut.

Shutdown Corner: The Indianapolis Colts may have run the worst play in NFL history.

Pro Football Focus: Brady's brilliance powers the Pats to victory.

Mike Florio: Sunday night's game had two clock errors.

John Wawrow: QB Andy Dalton helps the Cincinnati Bengals stay perfect with a win over the Buffalo Bills.

Danny Kelly: The Seattle Seahawks can't hold 4th quarter leads.

Deadspin: Some joker woke up the Carolina Panthers with the hotel fire alarm.

Deadspin: The Denver Broncos defense is so good that even zombie QB Peyton Manning can win with it.

Associated Press: The Green Bay Packers hold off the pass-happy San Diego Chargers.

USA Today: 50 things we learned in Week 6.

Football Zebras: Detroit Lions WR Golden Tate scores another touchdown seemingly unsupported by rules. The Lions and zebras again.

Chase Stuart: New Orleans Saints TE Ben Watson and career games at older ages.

Jason Gay: Who cares if football is bigger than baseball?

Here are your missed connections from yesterday.

Here is the thread about nothing.

Here is Queen rushing headlong:

And for the New York Mets fans out there:

Have a great week!