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Flight Connections 10/04/17: Bilal Powell is up for Ground Player of the Week, Elijah McGuire is up for Rookie of the Week, New York Jets don't want to get overconfident

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

But first, vote RB Bilal Powell for Ground Player of the Week.

And vote RB Elijah McGuire for Rookie of the Week.

Newsday: HC Todd Bowles doesn't want the Jets to get overconfident.

Dennis Waszak Jr.: The Jets' unity and confidence is a product of GM Mike Maccagnan's roster makeover.

Rich Cimini: Weeding out veterans and replacing them with coachable young players has added up to a better start for the Jets.

George Willis: The Jets now face a problem no one possibly could have predicted.

Ethan Greenberg: The Jets shift their focus to closing out games.

Newsday: The Powell-McGuire rotation is a work in progress.

Daily News: CB Morris Claiborne says the Jets rookie safeties are a dynamic duo.

Connor Hughes: Claiborne hasn't seen anything like Jamal Adams and Marcus Maye.

Darryl Slater: How concerned should the Jets be about DEs Leonard Williams and Muhammad Wilkerson having no sacks?

Pro Football Focus: DE Kony Ealy is impressing for the start of his Jets career.

New York Upstate: S Shamarko Thomas signs with the Buffalo Bills.

Associated Press: The New England Patriots have a short window to fix their ongoing defensive issues.

USA Today: Tennessee Titans QB Matt Cassel must perform and be accountable vs. the Miami Dolphins.

Indy Star: Indianapolis Colts QB Andrew Luck will practice this week.

Sports Illustrated: Chicago Bears QB Mitchell Trubisky looks ready.

Deadspin: Oakland Raiders QB Derek Carr will miss at least two weeks with a fractured bone in his back.

Detroit Free Press: The Detroit Lions are low on stars but high on quality.

Jenny Vrentas: The Kansas City Chiefs are Super Bowl favorites.

Lindsay H. Jones: Washington CB Josh Norman is likely to miss a couple weeks.

Lorenzo Reyes: The NFL says there are no discussions of the Los Angeles Chargers returning to San Diego.

Danny Kelly: Which surprising fantasy football developments can you trust so far?

Is it going to be all right?:

Happy hump day!