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New York Jets Flight Connections 10/21/17

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

Randy Lange: The Jets are set for a Miami Dolphins rematch.

Dennis Waszak Jr.: With RB Bilal Powell back, the Jets look to get the running game off the ground.

Daniel Popper: WR Jermaine Kearse has played an integral role in helping HC Todd Bowles establish a new culture.

Brian Costello: When will we see the last of QB Josh McCown?

Zach Braziller: It might be time to sit DE Muhammad Wilkerson.

Rich Cimini: CB Xavier Coleman had plenty of support in the stands as he made his NFL debut last weekend against the New England Patriots.

The Record: ILB Darron Lee is not buying the hype of an improved Jets’ defense.

Pro Football Focus: Preview of the Jets at Dolphins.

Sun Sentinel: Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill routinely makes playcalling suggestions during games.

Associated Press: Tampa Bay Buccaneers QB Jameis Winston will start against the Buffalo Bills.

Associated Press: The Green Bay Packers place QB Aaron Rodgers on injured reserve.

Mary Kay Cabot: Cleveland Browns QB DeShone Kizer called a players-only offensive meeting on Friday.

USA Today: QB Carson Wentz and the Philadelphia Eagles may have the winning formula in the wide-open NFC.

USA Today: Oakland Raiders RB Marshawn Lynch is suspended for one game for making contact with a referee. ...The shocking part is that the referee actually saw it.

Associated Press: Los Angeles Rams RB Todd Gurley isn’t happy about playing in London.

Football Zebras: Safety kicks, 10 second runoffs, and spotting the ball that crosses the sideline.

Danny Kelly: Pittsburgh Steelers WR Antonio Brown is penning his masterpiece.

Chase Stuart: NFL parity is greater than ever, at least through six weeks.

Dom Cosentino: The NFL’s players won.

Deadspin: There’s one tiny business behind all those giant flags.


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