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New York Jets Flight Connections 9/24/15

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

NY Jets: Jets at Indianapolis Colts game rewind.

NY Jets: The Philadelphia Eagles have the Jets' attention.

NY Jets: HC Todd Bowles says that Yogi Berra was an outstanding human being. Not your average person.

The Jets Blog: Interview with Bowles.

Dennis Waszak Jr: Bowles is a big fan of Gladys Knight.

Dom Cosentino: Recap of the hea coach's Wednesday press conference.

Seth Walder: QB Geno Smith has been medically cleared after a broken jaw.

Brian Costello: Geno could be the backup against the Eagles.

Rich Cimini: WR Brandon Marshall could eclipse 10,000 career yards.

Randy Lange: Marshall's communication with QB Ryan Fitzpatrick on the touchdown pass.

Kristian Dyer: WR Eric Decker didn't practice, but WR Devin Smith returned.

Kristian Dyer: After being ignored in the offense, Week 3 might be big for WR Jeremy Kerley.

Darryl Slater: Kerley doesn't view the Eagles game as a chance to show the coaches he should play more.

Brian Costello: Decker and WR Chris Owusu's injuries are forcing the Jets to consider other wide receiver options.

JetNation: Passing offense film review. DT Damon Harrison says that it will be hard for any quarterback to drub the Jets.

Dennis Waszak Jr.: OLB Lorenzo Mauldin is feeling normal again after a scary concussion. Mauldin is not feeling maudlin.

Kieran Darcy: Mauldin doesn't want to see the video from the concussion.

Kimberley A. Martin: CB Antonio Cromartie thinks the Eagles offense looks slower under QB Sam Bradford.

Dennis Waszak Jr.: CB Darrelle Revis didn't practice, and his status is uncertain. Eagles WR Jordan Matthews' scouting report of Revis.

Seth Walder: Eagles HC Chip Kelly does not feel like talking about QB Mark Sanchez.

SB Nation: Eagles RB DeMarco Murray's injury is just a tweak, but his fantasy value is still low.

The Sports Quotient: Eagles OLB Connor Barwin is the most underappreciated man in all of the NFL. Five things for the Eagles to worry about against the Jets.

Pro Football Focus: What's wrong with the Eagles?

Football Outsiders: Philadelphia's struggles.

STATS: Eagles at Jets preview.

Bleeding Green Nation: Which Jets player would the Eagles take?

SB Nation: The Jets are contenders.

MMQB: The Jets have arrived.

Battle Red Blog: The Houston Texans sign RB Daryl Richardson to the practice squad.

Associated Press: Colts QB Andrew Luck focuses on turning things around after turnover trouble.

TV By The Numbers: "Monday Night Football" helps ESPN win the night among all networks.

Chase Stuart: The New England Patriots go pass-happy in Buffalo.

Stephen White: The Buffalo Bills lost their nerve against Patriots QB Tom Brady.

Buffalo News: The Bills don't expect the Miami Dolphins to reproduce the Patriots' results.

USA Today: The Dolphins are trying to downplay Bills OL Richie Incognito's return to Miami. Otherwise, he will beat them up.

The Denver Post: Detroit Lions HC Jim Caldwell's coaching helped Denver Broncos QB Peyton Manning become an elite quarterback.

Associated Press: The Jacksonville Jaguars are looking for more production from tight ends.

Associated Press: Carolina Panthers QB Cam Newton will host a Nickelodeon TV show. Maybe he can have Nick Toon as a guest.

Associated Press: New Orleans Saints QB Drew Brees is confident that he'll be able to play against the Panthers.

Associated Press: Cleveland Browns QB Johnny Manziel calls the switch back to QB Josh McCown disappointing.

Pro Football Focus: QB Brandon Weeden is a better option than QB Matt Cassell for the Dallas Cowboys.

Barry Wilner: The Washington at New York Giants game is a key early season faceoff.

Danny Kelly: Seattle Seahawks S Kam Chancellor's holdout ends.

Deadspin: The smart Pittsburgh Steelers are going to continue going for two.

Associated Press: Players are zipping around the locker room on the latest must-have craze.

Mashable: How DraftKings came out of nowhere to own football advertising.

Here are your missed connections from yesterday.

Here is the thread about nothing.

Belated happy birthday to Bruce Springsteen:

I never remember the 21st of September, so it's always a few days late:

And some Gladys:

Happy Thursday!