New York Jets Flight Connections 11-22-13

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

Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters!  Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Aloha Friday…

Deadspin: The New York Post.  Mark Cannizzaro.  Stupid.

Neil Best: HC Rex Ryan fined thin-skinned players and coaches.  Was that before the lap-band surgery or after?

Kimberley A. Martin: OC Marty Mornhinweg says that everyone needs to help QB Geno Smith.

Kristian Dyer: WR Santonio Holmes was gruff with the media.

Seth Walder: WR Stephen Hill expects to start on Sunday.

George Willis: Holmes is trying to help Hill climb to new heights.

Jane McManus: WR David Nelson missed practice with an illness.

Michael J. Fensom: Nelson and TE Kellen Winslow were absent from a portion of practice.

Darryl Slater: The Jets’ coaches want their defensive backs to play like receivers.

Stu Woo: With CBs Dee Milliner and Antonio Cromartie struggling, Rex drilled the secondary.

Zach Schonbrun: S Ed Reed goes from the ultimate win to a winless season.

Dennis Waszak Jr.: Reed is facing the Baltimore Ravens again.

Charlie Frankel: It’s just another game for Reed and S Dawan Landry.

Brian Lewis: The Jets are trying to defuse their problems with long bombs.

Rich Cimini: The Jets are hurting for a road win.

New York Times: The Jets have the second worst point difference in the league.

The Jets Blog scouts LB Jermaine Cunningham.

The Jet Press interviews DL T.J. Barnes.

The Jets Setter previews the game.

Jets Flight Deck gives you five things.

Randy Lange gives you ten things to look for.

ESPN: JFK is remembered by Joe Namath.

Here are yesterday’s links, in case you missed them.

JFK blown away.  What else do I have to say?:

One day we’re livin’ like a rich man’s son and the next we could be a bum:

I don’t know why we go to extremes:

Enjoy your weekend, everyone!

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