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New York Jets Flight Connections 9/12/15

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

NY Jets: Game preview of the Jets vs. Cleveland Browns game.

NY Jets: HC Todd Bowles says that they are ready to go.

Pro Sports Daily: The Jets think that Bowles has a havoc defense.

Kimberley A. Martin: Bowles is ready to write a new chapter.

Kevin Armstrong: Bowles hopes that he'll sing the praises of the defense.

Bob Glauber: Analyst Bill Cowher says that the Jets made the right call with OC Chan Gailey.

Michael Salfino: Can QB Ryan Fitzpatrick shoulder the load of the Jets' offense?

Zach Braziller: One play is all that stands between QB Bryce Petty and the spotlight.

Darryl Slater: Petty was out on a date when he learned that he was the backup.

Stu Woo: WR Quincy Enunwa may be the Jets' secret weapon on offense.

Steve Politi: WR Brandon Marshall should keep on talking.

NY Jets: Marshall is gearing up to face Browns CB Joe Haden.

Associated Press: WR Devin Smith fully practices but is unlikely to play.

Randy Lange: DT Damon Harrison says that the Browns have one of the better offensive lines.

Eric Allen: LB Lorenzo Mauldin hopes to fill many roles.

Zach Braziller: No matter what, Sunday will be a dream come true for Mauldin.

Kimberley A. Martin: First-time dad S Marcus Gilchrist didn't miss practice.

Darryl Slater: S Ronald Martin was surprised by Seattle Seahawks CB Richard Sherman.

Darryl Slater: OLB Calvin Pace predicts that OLB Quinton Coples will approach double-digit sacks in 2015.

Dom Cosentino: DC Kacy Rodgers sizes up things in advance of Sunday's opener.

Dennis Waszak Jr.: The Jets have hopes of being dominant on defense.

Rich Cimini: The Jets might be stronger and faster, but definitely not greener.

Kristian Dyer: GM Mike Maccagnan has the potential to be a coffee spokesman.

Gothamist: Look at this insane crap you can now eat at Jets games.

Dawgs By Nature: Getting to know the Jets.

Associated Press: Browns QB Josh McCown is savoring a fresh start at 36.

Associated Press: The Browns trade DL Billy Winn to the Indianapolis Colts. Browns CB Justin Gilbert was involved in a road rage crash.

Football Perspective: Buffalo Bills QB Tyrod Taylor and fifth year veterans making their first career start in Week 1.

Pro Football Talk: Bills LB IK Enemkpali won't appeal his four-game suspension.

John Wawrow: The Bills add LB Enemkpali to the active roster.

Tom Pelissero: The Cincinnati Bengals want more fire from QB Andy Dalton.

Cincinnati Enquirer: The Bengals sign WR A.J. Green to a contract extension.

Associated Press: New York Giants LB Jon Beason is out for the season opener.

USA Today: The Dallas Cowboys enter the season confident in their running back committee.

Pro Football Talk: The NFL says that the New England Patriots had nothing to do with the headset problems.

Samer Kalaf: Patriots HC Bill Belichick is fed up.

Levi Damien: Oakland Raiders LB Aldon Smith turned down more money elsewhere.

Mike Florio: Aldon Smith can play, pending further developments.

Danny Kelly: The Seahawks are done negotiating with S Kam Chancellor.

Jenny Vrentas: Houston Texans DE J.J. Watt's bone-crushing hits and beautiful mind.

SB Nation: PFT Commenter meets Florio.

Grantland: Analyst Cris Collinsworth and the evolution of the NFL broadcast analysis.

Here are your missed connections from yesterday.

Here is the thread about nothing.

Hopefully, Bowles will be the best thing that ever happened to our team:

Todd bowls me over.