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New York Jets Flight Connections 11/09/16

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Maulin' or Maudlin?
Maulin' or Maudlin?
Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports

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

NY Jets: Jets players pledge the support of locker room candidates.

NY Jets: Scouting the Los Angeles Rams.

CBS Los Angeles: The mediocre Jets could help the L.A. get back into the win column.

Eric Allen: Following the murder of a close friend, GM Mike Maccagnan's wife Betty Maccagnan found her calling.

Nate Davis: Has HC Todd Bowles lost control of the Jets?

The Star Telegram: The Jets wanted a first round pick in trade talks with the Dallas Cowboys for DE Sheldon Richardson.

The Sports Quotient: The five trades that should have happened in the NFL.

Pro Football Focus: QB Ryan Fitzpatrick is the lowest graded quarterback.

Darryl Slater: Fitzpatrick thinks he will play vs. the Rams.

Brian Costello: Fitzpatrick is fighting back to keep QB Bryce Petty on the bench. If you look at history, Petty should be happy he's got his health.

Daniel Popper: WR Eric Decker says the Jets should stick with Fitzpatrick at quarterback.

Jason La Canfora: Enough is enough when it comes to Fitzpatrick, Rams QB Case Keenum and Jacksonville Jaguars QB Blake Bortles.

Danny Kelly: The NFL standings are a beautiful mess.

David Chao: Teams take different approaches to injury reporting.

Stephen White: Oakland Raiders DE Khalil Mack crushed the Denver Broncos with one magnificent play.

Vice Sports: Who wants to tell Washington CB Josh Norman what bestiality means?

SB Nation: Don't be mad at Seattle Seahawks CB Richard Sherman because he knows the rules better than the referees.

Pro Football Talk: Seahawks HC Pete Carroll tells Buffalo Bills HC Rex Ryan to coach his own team.

Football Zebras: Cascading errors hit Walt Anderson's crew in the final seconds of the half.

Associated Press: For professional athletes, voting can require extra effort.

Let's go with U2:

Happy hump day!