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New York Jets Flight Connections 12/30/15

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

First of all, don't forget to vote Fitz for Clutch Player of the Week.

Randy Lange: Three players and three plays of the Jets' overtime victory.

Jamir Howerton: The Jets continue to band together.

Kimbeley A. Martin: The Jets always believed they were destined for greatness.

Rich Cimini: The Jets go from despair to championship dreams in one year.

Kristian Dyer: This is a Jets town now.

D'Brickashaw Ferguson: What I learned from "Concussion". Some beat writers out there acting shocked that the union rep would speak out about player issues.

John Roman: Football is becoming safer and can be safer yet.

Brian Costello: Blowing this chance would be especially painful for the Jets.

Rich Cimini: The offensive change that saved the Jets.

Bob Glauber: The Jets hit paydirt with HC Todd Bowles and GM Mike Maccagnan.

Gary Myers: QB Ryan Fitzpatrick and the Jets show shades of Vinny Testaverde and 1998.

Brian Costello: WR Brandon Marshall should be the Jets' MVP.

Dom Cosentino: Marshall says that playoffs will be a dream come true.

The Sports Quotient: Marshall is beyond dominant. He's far beyond driven with domination in the art of shredding defenses.

Darryl Slater: CB Darrelle Revis says he knows exactly what to expect on Sunday.

Mike Rodak: A loss to the Jets would sting for Buffalo Bills HC Rex Ryan and fans.

Associated Press: The Bills place TE Charles Clay and CB Ron Brooks on injured reserve.

Telegram: The tape only confirms that the New England Patriots offense struggled vs. the Jets.

Miami Herald: The leery Miami Dolphins took extra precautions to guard against potential Patriots malfeasance.

Savannah Now: Ex-NFL player Laveranues Coles sues Jacksonville over a zoning law controlling bikini bars.

State Journal-Register: Houston Texans OL Oday Aboushi calls out Donald Trump's anti-Muslim policies.

USA Today: Texans QB Brandon Weeden takes great delight in Dallas Cowboys and owner Jerry Jones not going to the playoffs. With Tony Romo's perennial injuries, you would think they would be more prepared with a backup plan by now.

Indianapolis Star: The Indianapolis Colts sign QB Josh Freeman.

Pro Football Focus: Denver Broncos ILBs Brandon Marshall and Danny Trevathan have played exceptionally well this season. I always like to point out that the Trevathan draft pick came from the Tim Tebow trade.

Vice Sports: HC Mike Tomlin's Pittsburgh Steelers are asleep at the wheel.

Big Cat Country: Jacksonville Jaguars owner Shad Khan says Gus Bradley will be the head coach in 2016.

Brandon Lee Gowton: Two big reasons why the Philadelphia Eagles released HC Chip Kelly. I thought this guy was supposed to be the second coming of sliced bread or something?

Stephen White: St. Louis Rams DE William Hayes dragged the Seattle Seahawks back to earth. Not to be confused with this guy.

Associated Press: The NFL season is again filled with surprises and disappointments.

Football Zebras: Week 17 referee assignments.

Here are your missed connections from yesterday.

Here is the thread about nothing, where you can talk about random stuff, like crazy experiments on "The Knick".

Time to play the game!!!

Happy hump day, everyone!