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New York Jets Flight Connections 10/22/17

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

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

Toronto Sun: That overturned touchdown in the New England Patriots at Jets game has cracked open the same old cans of replay worms for the NFL.

New York Post: The NFL’s dubious quest to get it right creates more problems.

Randy Lange: The Jets concentrated this week on improving their 3-of-9 showing on 3rd-/4th-and-short.

Daniel Popper: Three keys to victory for the Jets.

Rich Cimini: QB Josh McCown’s success helps the Jets now but hurts them later.

Zach Braziller: RB Bilal Powell is scheduled to be back in action Sunday afternoon.

Mark Cannizzaro: WR Jeremy Kerley’s worst play showed the Jets how special he is.

Mike Florio: TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins has a colorful description of the Jets’ culture change.

Connor Hughes: DE Kony Ealy has found a home with his third team.

Darryl Slater: Will Ealy and Seferian-Jenkins be with the Jets in 2018?

Miami Herald: The Miami Dolphins and Jets jockey for position in the crammed AFC East.

Sun Sentinel: Dolphins WR DeVante Parker will likely miss Sunday's game against the Jets.

Chase Stuart: The 2017 Dolphins and Baltimore Ravens are chasing the 2008 Cincinnati Bengals.

Associated Press: A trial is set in Joe McKnight’s shooting death.

Associated Press: WR Kenny Britt is in trouble with the Cleveland Browns.

ProFootballTalk: Kansas City Chiefs RB Kareem Hunt is the only player ever to gain 100 yards from scrimmage in each of his first seven NFL games.

ProFootballTalk: The Houston Texans lead the NFL in scoring since QB Deshaun Watson became a starting quarterback.

USA Today: What the Green Bay Packers have in QB Brett Hundley will determine where their season goes from here.

USA Today: RB Adrian Peterson and the Arizona Cardinals aim to run over the Los Angeles Rams in London.

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Will the Jets defeat the Dolphins again?

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    Yes.
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Happy Sunday, everyone!