Flight Connections 09/16/17: Jordan Leggett says New York Jets tight ends can be dominant, Kacy Rodgers has no problem with Muhammad Wilkerson – New York Jets News

Flight Connections 09/16/17: Jordan Leggett says New York Jets tight ends can be dominant, Kacy Rodgers has no problem with Muhammad Wilkerson – New York Jets News

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

Newsday: The Jets at Oakland Raiders game has a special family meaning for OL Brandon Shell.

Newsday: HC Todd Bowles is comfortable with using QB Bryce Petty in the game.

Ben Shpigel: QB Josh McCown has many stops along the way to starting for the Jets.

Rich Cimini: RB Bilal Powell’s value increases with an added role.

Darryl Slater: TE Jordan Leggett says that the Jets’ tight ends can be dominant in 2017.

Howie Kussoy: TE Will Tye finds a silver lining in the Jets.

Brian Costello: Has the defense really fallen this far?

Connor Hughes: DC Kacy Rodgers has no problem with DE Muhammad Wilkerson’s Week 1 production.

Dennis Waszak Jr.: The Jets’ culture change started on the facility’s redecorated walls. …In other news, apparently there was a culture change?

Levi Damien: Five good questions with GGN.

James Walker: Finally, QB Jay Cutler is ready to make his Miami Dolphins debut. …He’s undefeated with them so far.

Mike Reiss: Injuries could simplify the New England Patriots’ decisions with inactive players.

Danny Kelly: The Philadelphia Eagles have to add one more wrinkle to the offense.

Deadspin: A Houston NBC station cuts off the end of the Houston Texans game to report the result of the Texans game.

Indy Star: QB Jacoby Brissett will start for the Indianapolis Colts at quarterback Sunday.

Associated Press: The Cincinnati Bengals fire OC Ken Zampese after their 0-2 start.

Ben Austro: The centralized replay flunks its first test.

Dom Cosentino: Don Ohlmeyer aired an NFL game without announcers, and the world wasn’t…

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