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New York Jets Flight Connections 11/6/15

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The safety dance.
The safety dance.
Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports

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

Danny Kelly: The Jets are one of the dark horse teams creeping into the NFL playoff picture.

Justin Terranova: CBS analyst Trent Green says that the Jets are definitely playoff favorites.

Chris Nimbley: HC Todd Bowles has the Jets focusing on gang tackling.

Randy Lange: The defense is working on tackling and tempo.

Howie Kussoy: The copycat NFL is suddenly silencing the Jets' big-name pass rush.

Kimberley A. Martin: After a bad game, CB Antonio Cromartie shrugs off criticism.

Darryl Slater: Is DC Kacy Rodgers worried about Cromartie?

Rich Cimini: It's too early to tell if Cromartie and CB Darrelle Revis have lost their effectiveness.

Dom Cosentino: The Jets have less than a week to make a decision on CB Dee Milliner.

Dom Cosentino: OC Chan Gailey has no issues with QB Ryan Fitzpatrick's injury.

Stu Woo: Who's teaching these NFL quarterbacks to slide, anyway?

Connor Hughes: WR Eric Decker is thriving with the Jets.

Kimberley A. Martin: RB Chris Ivory knows that he is a marked man.

Dennis Waszak Jr.: After a hot start, Ivory is trying to find running room.

Dennis Waszak Jr.: C Nick Mangold practiced for the first time since his neck injury.

Eric Allen: Gailey, Rodgers and STC Bobby April met with the media yesterday.

Kristian Dyer: Undoubtedly, the Jets are envious of the quarterback situation they face with the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Big Cat Country: Five questions with GGN.

Florida Times-Union: Scouting the Jets.

Shutdown Corner: The New England Patriots are winning coin tosses at a nearly impossible rate.

Palm Beach Post: Miami Dolphins coaches are losing sleep over third-down futility.

Buffalo Rumblings: Buffalo Bills RB Karlos Williams' concussion symptoms were rather terrifying.

Pride of Detroit: The Detroit Lions fired GM Martin Mayhew and team president Tom Lewand.

Pro Football Focus: The offensive line and receiving corps are holding back the Chicago Bears.

Vice: Replacing San Diego Chargers WR Keenan Allen is impossible.

Washington Post: Arizona Cardinals QB Carson Palmer and Oakland Raiders CB Charles Woodson deserve unique midseason awards.

Associated Press: RB Taiwan Jones finds a home in the Raiders backfield.

Associated Press: QB Andy Dalton leads the way as the Cincinnati Bengals beat the Cleveland Browns.

Associated Press: Denver Broncos DC Wade Phillips is among the NFL's must-follows on Twitter.

Associated Press: The Carolina Panthers at Green Bay Packers matchup is a big test for both teams.

Associated Press: The best defenses in the NFL these days can bring the blitz.

Associated Press: Adidas offers to help eliminate Native American mascots.

Football Zebras: The Seattle Seahawks touchdown stands under replay's disputable calls of indisputable evidence.

Deadspin: Former NFL OL Kyle Turley says that suicidal and homicidal tendencies became a part of his daily living.

Here are your missed connections from yesterday.

Here is the thread about nothing, where you can talk about random stuff, like Damien Robinson's flying helmet.

All day I dream about fumfin':

Congrats to Scott Salmon, who ran through the hills, valleys and streets of New York City last weekend:

And who are we playing this weekend?

Have a great weekend, everyone!