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New York Jets Flight Connections 9/15/15

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

Randy Lange: Three players and three plays of the game.

Mark Caniizzaro: The Jets move on from a punching bag to an angry, powerful juggernaut. Because you've stopped manufacturing stupid Jets controversies?

Eric Allen: HC Todd Bowles awarded game balls to five players.

Brian Costello: What Bowles' perfect formula looks like.

Darryl Slater: Bowles has a plan to avoid a clock management fiasco.

Kimberley A. Martin: OC Chan Gailey is keeping the offense simple, and it's working.

Rich Cimini: Examining the mysterious disappearance of WR Jeremy Kerley.

Kristian Dyer: QB Ryan Fitzpatrick looks legit as the starting quarterback.

NY Jets: Fitzpatrick says that the team has a lot to improve upon.

NY Jets: WR Brandon Marshall provided a spark for the Jets win over the Cleveland Browns.

Press Release: RG Willie Colon will host his first annual charity golf outing.

Pro Football Focus: Top players for Week 1. Marshall and Colon make the list.

Dennis Waszak Jr.: DE Leonard Williams says that he needs to improve his conditioning.

Brian Costello: DE Muhammad Wilkerson has broken off contract negotiations with the team.

Dom Cosentino: LB Lorenzo Mauldin tweets that he'll be perfectly fine.

NY Jets: Bowles is relieved about CB Antonio Cromartie's diagnosis and that the medical staff will take OLB Lorenzo Mauldin's recovery day-by-day.

The Jets Blog: The power of S Calvin Pryor.

Randy Lange: CB Marcus Williams stepped up.

NY Jets: The original Big Katt Shaun Ellis had a surreal experience at MetLife Stadium.

Herald Bulletin: There is no structural damage for Indianapolis Colts WR T.Y. Hilton.

Stampede Blue: Colts LB Robert Mathis had ten surgeries in the past year.

Pro Football Focus: There is no need for the Colts to panic after the loss to the Buffalo Bills.

Associated Press: Indy keeps the focus on football, and not the rumored front-office rift.

Associated Press: The Cleveland Browns are preparing to start QB Johnny Manziel as QB Josh McCown has a concussion.

Associated Press: Houston Texans HC Bill O'Brien keeps the quarterback controversy going.

Associated Press: WR Julio Jones leads the Atlanta Falcons past the Philadelphia Eagles.

Tom Pelissero: RB Carlos Hyde and the San Francisco 49ers overshadow Minnesota Vikings RB Adrian Peterson's return.

James Walker: TE Jordan Cameron looks like a good fit in his strong Miami Dolphins debut.

Nancy Armour: The Chicago Bears are already showing signs of progress under HC John Fox.

Mike Florio: Kansas City Chiefs HC Andy Reid calls the criticism of RT Eric Fisher ridiculous.

Jarrett Bell: Without WR Dez Bryant, Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo can finally prove his MVP worth.

Barry Petchesky: The New York Giants' collapse was even dumber than it looked.

David Chao: Common early season medical issues.

Pro Football Focus: The Seattle Seahawks' offensive line could cost them a shot at the Super Bowl.

Here are your missed connections from yesterday.

Here is the thread about nothing.

You still haven't left comments on the FanShots.

Fitzmagic is too legit to quit:

Just dropped in to see what condition Leo's conditioning is in:

Have a great day!