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New York Jets Flight Connections 9/25/16

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Daily links connecting you to articles about the NFL's New York Jets.

Quintessential Quincy.
Quintessential Quincy.
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Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this game day!...

Associated Press: The Jets' hot offense awaits the stumbling Kansas City Chiefs.

Brian Costello: HC Todd Bowles learned about adversity from Chiefs HC Andy Reid.

Brian Costello: The Jets can validate their coming out party, or be further exposed.

Mike Vaccaro: This is a statement game.

Zach Braziller: Don't be surprised if WR Brandon Marshall doesn't play vs. the Chiefs.

Randy Lange: WR Quincy Enunwa is having fun.

Rich Cimini: Could the Jets take a flyer on former Tampa Bay Buccaneers TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins?

Kimberley A. Martin: RB Coach Marcel Shipp sidestepped trouble and is making a difference in the community.

Darryl Slater: Will CB Darrelle Revis turn things around?

Darryl Slater: Someone stole a hookah hose from DE Leonard Williams' car.

Joel Thorman: The Chiefs are likely down two more guards against the Jets.

Connor Hughes: How will the Jets and ILB Darron Lee defend Chiefs QB Alex Smith?

Kansas City Star: As WR Tyreek Hill emerges as a playmaker, so does a dilemma for Chiefs fans.

ESPN: The three safety nickel package sparked the New England Patriots' turnaround on defense.

Buffalo Rumblings: Concerns arise about Buffalo Bills WR Sammy Watkins' availability for Week 3.

The Ringer: The death of the high priced, high volume running back.

Pro Football Talk: 18 games is still not a consideration for the NFLPA.

Football Zebras: There is no mercy in the NFL.

The Olympian: Cleveland Browns K Patrick Murray is placed on injured reserve.

Associated Press: Green Bay Packers LB Clay Matthews is ruled out for the Detroit Lions game.

SB Nation: Nobody's really talking about how good the New York Giants defense is.

SB Nation: HC Gus Bradley's seat with the Jacksonville Jaguars is finally red hot.

SB Nation: The Seattle Seahawks are suppressed by a fatally flawed offensive line.

Ladies and gentlemen, the Beatles:

Have a great day, everyone! Let us hope to hear the Home of the Jets chant at the end of the day today.