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New York Jets Flight Connections 9/25/15

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

Chase Stuart: The Jets have covered 17+ points both weeks en route to a 2-0 start.

Brandon Lee Gowton: The Philadelphia Eagles have never lost to the Jets.

Dennis Waszak Jr.: His season with the Eagles helped shape HC Todd Bowles as a coach.

Rich Cimini: Bowles confronts the trap game.

Darryl Slater: Would the Jets offense be up to the task if the Eagles score a bunch of points?

Eric Allen: OC Chan Gailey appreciates WR Brandon Marshall's openness.

Manish Mehta: Marshall could feast on Philly flop CB Byron Maxwell.

Kristian Dyer: WR Devin Smith says that he's not rusty.

Dom Cosentino: It's too soon to tell if WR Eric Decker will be able to play.

Dom Cosentino: RB Chris Ivory is not sure if he'll play on Sunday.

Kieran Darcy: QB Geno Smith says he's 100 percent.

Dennis Waszak Jr.: QB Ryan Fitzpatrick is settling in as the Jets' offensive leader.

Justin Terranova: An intriguing Jets-Eagles matchup is now just hafway decent.

New York Post: The Jets' past struggles against the Eagles won't matter this time around.

New York Newsday: The Jets will improve to 3-0 on the season.

NY Jets: Spotlight on S Marcus Gilchrist.

Brian Costello: CB Buster Skrine has become one of the most popular players in the locker room.

Randy Lange: CB Darrelle Revis is named the AFC Defensive Player of the Week

Kimberley A. Martin: Revis is unsure if his groin injury will sideline him.

Kristian Dyer: OLB Lorenzo Mauldin practiced but likely won't play.

Randy Lange: The defense wants to pick up the sack pace..

The Morning Call: Eagles rookie LB Jordan Hicks is thrust into the starting role.

Pro Football Focus: Why the Eagles are failing on offense.

Associated Press: There is plenty of blame for the Eagles' poor running game. Former Jet Bart Scott blasts Eagles HC Chip Kelly.

Mike Rodak: Buffalo Bills RB LeSean McCoy returned to practice and is set to play on Sunday.

John Wawrow: Bills OL Richie Incognito will play his first game at the Miami Dolphins since the bullying scandal.

Tom Pelissero: Is New England Patriots QB Tom Brady just now entering the prime of his career?

Lindsay H. Jones: Everyone's got an opinion on Denver Broncos QB Peyton Manning amid his early struggles.

Associated Press: Carolina Panthers QB Cam Newton's athleticism wows teammates and opponents.

Green Bay Press-Gazette: Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers and Kansas City Chiefs QB Alex Smith move past the 2005 draft.

Vice: There is no replacement for losing a player of Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo's caliber.

The Sports Quotient: The immortality of the McCown brothers. They're lasting longer than the Long brothers.

National Football Post: Could HC Sean Payton's time with the New Orleans Saints be coming to an end?

Pro Football Focus: Seattle Seahawks TE Jimmy Graham is not happy with his lack of targets for good reason.

Jenny Vrentas: Cincinnati Bengals TE Tyler Eifert's long road back to the end zone.

Emily Kaplan: The women of the LFL.

Stephen White: Tampa Bay Buccaneers DE Jacquies Smith is the Hoss of the Week.

Barry Wilner: The New York Giants beat Washington 32-21.

Shutdown Corner: Thursday night showed that the Cowboys should be okay in the NFC East. I think the Sunday Jets game will show that as well.

Sporting News: "Thursday Night Football" is bad and should feel bad.

The Players' Tribune: DT Albert Haynesworth's letter to his younger self. (H/T JB)

Vox: Seven things you never knew about being a sports camera operator.

The Verge: The NFL is the first major American sports league allowed to fly drones.

Football Zebras: How rampant are outside influences in crew decisions?

SB Nation: NFL goal line reviews will never be the same, thanks to pylon cam.

Sports Illustrated: How CBS play-by-play man Ian Eagle preps to call an NFL game.

Here are your missed connections from yesterday.

Here is the thread about nothing, where you can talk about random stuff, like how good Scottie Pippen was.

Did you know that the Eagles have a fight song?

While they had some time off, I think Geno and Devin got together and wrote a song:

And this Pats fan raps about his groin injury:

Have a great weekend!