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New York Jets Flight Connections 10/17/17

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Pro Football Focus: All of the PFF-exclusive takeaways from Week 6 in the NFL, and the Patriots 24-17 victory over the Jets.

The Ringer: The referees technically made the right call, but the play exposed a part of the NFL rule book that could use revision.

Darryl Slater: The NFL stands by the overturned touchdown, but experts disagree with the league.

Brian Costello: The Jets fumble wasn’t even the ref’s worst call of the day.

Kristian Dyer: Even after a loss, the Jets proved that they can compete with some of the best, and a lot of that credit has to go to HC Todd Bowles.

Daniel Popper: The Jets find silver linings in their loss.

Ethan Greenberg: The Jets turn the page to the Miami Dolphins.

Associated Press: The Jets insist they’re moving on and won’t cry about the overturned touchdown.

Rich Cimini: After wasting two timeouts in the third quarter Sunday because the play clock was running down, the Jets need to work on their tempo.

Rich Cimini: TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins won’t let the “fumble” ruin his personal redemption.

Connor Hughes: RB Matt Forte’s solution for the Jets’ timeout blunders is to get plays in quicker.

Newsday: When the NFL meets with the players on Tuesday and Wednesday in Manhattan, Jets LT Kelvin Beachum hopes the dialogue regarding national anthem protests.

Newsday: When it comes to the rushing offense and the rushing defense, the Jets are equally bad in both areas.

Darryl Slater: Is DE Muhammad Wilkerson on track to being cut by the Jets after this season?

Brian Costello: Buster Skrine had an interception and a fumble recovery, but the turnover he nearly had will be what people remember from Sunday’s Jets-Patriots game.

Rich Cimini: S Jamal Adams and coaching decisions are under scrutiny in the Jets’ loss.

James Walker: QB Jay Cutler and the Miami Dolphins got hot in the second half and scored 20 unanswered points in their win.

Tom Ley: Apparently, Cleveland Browns QB DeShone Kizer just needed one week off.

Jason Fitzgerald: Looking at the topic of collusion in the CBA with Colin Kaepernick’s grievance against the NFL.

Chase Stuart: Pittsburgh Steelers WR Antonio Brown has averaged over 100 receiving yards per game in his last 77 games.

USA Today: The Oakland Raiders sign LB NaVorro Bowman to a one year contract.


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