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Winless New York Jets Host the Struggling Arizona Cardinals

Now that the New York Jets know that Sunday’s Week 5 game against the Arizona Cardinals is still on, the matchup still represents an uphill climb back to respectability.

The Cardinals delayed their trip to the east coast for the game when they heard the report that a Jets player had reportedly tested positive for COVID-19. That turned out to be a false positive, and the Cardinals boarded their flight, albeit later than originally planned.

“As now, it’s business as usual,” coach Kliff Kingsbury told Arizona media Friday after practice. “We’re heading out today and getting ready to play on Sunday until told otherwise.”

The Cardinals come into the game looking to snap a two-game losing streak. They started the season with two impressive victories, and the proverbial thought was that they were turning the corner in their own rebuilding process. 

“Whatever happens, happens,” Cardinals tackle D.J. Humphries told Arizona

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The Cardinals travel to New York to take on the winless Jets, azcentral’s Bob McManaman, Katherine Fitzgerald and Kent Somers break down the Cardinals game plan and share who they think will win on Sunday.

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The Arizona Cardinals are on the East Coast and still prepared to play Sunday against the New York Jets as planned, following some brief uncertainty Friday. 

The Jets had a presumptive positive COVID-19 test Friday morning. Jets players and coaches were sent home to prepare virtually for the game, as the team followed league protocols for isolation, repeat testing and contact tracing. 

“This evening, we received negative PCR COVID-19 test results for all players, coaches and personnel,” the Jets said in a statement Friday. “…We look forward to our game this Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals.”

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Arizona Cardinals Week 5 NFL game against New York Jets still on

The Arizona Cardinals are on the East Coast and still prepared to play Sunday against the New York Jets as planned, following some brief uncertainty Friday. 

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The Jets had a presumptive positive COVID-19 test Friday morning. Jets players and coaches were sent home to prepare virtually for the game, as the team followed league protocols for isolation, repeat testing and contact tracing. 

“This evening, we received negative PCR COVID-19 test results for all players, coaches and personnel,” the Jets said in a statement Friday. “…We look forward to our game this Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals.”

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Well before the Jets got back the results from the follow-up round of testing, the Cardinals were operating as if their game would not be affected. 

“As now,

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Your CARES Act Benefits Experts, Magellan Jets, Offers Tax Holiday Strategy Consulting on Private Jet Travel in 2021 & Beyond

Leading Private Aviation Solution Provider Advises Guests & Businesses on Utilizing the CARES Act Tax Exemption for Private Jet Travel

As we enter the final few months of 2020, your private aviation consultants at Magellan Jets are thrilled to provide their expertise on tax holiday benefits for individuals and organizations, so they can better understand the Coronavirus Aid Relief and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) and its impact on their private jet travel.

With companies across the country eager to get back to business again, the CARES Act incentivizes organizations to utilize the safety of private aviation by suspending certain excise taxes on private jet travel booked through December 31, 2020. The tax exemption also extends to any jet card or membership purchases made before the end of the year, even if they aren’t used to fly until 2021 or beyond.

In response to the tax holiday, Magellan Jets is

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Get a look at the current fantasy outlook for the Indianapolis Colts in their Week 3 matchup against the New York Jets

» FantasyPros Week 2 Position Rank: Hilton WR22, Pittman Jr. WR56

» Jets vs. WRs: 15th (20.9 FPPG)

When Grandma gets involved, you know it’s serious business. The veteran Hilton has struggled at a couple crucial junctures the first two weeks of the season — he had a couple big drops as the Colts tried to tie the game on their final drive Week 1 against the Jacksonville Jaguars, and then couldn’t hang on (thanks mostly to the sun) when he broke wide open over the top for a would-be long touchdown pass from Philip Rivers last week against the Minnesota Vikings — and on Monday, Hilton’s grandmother, Pinkie, called from Florida to let him know she could tell he wasn’t being himself of late. Hilton told reporters this week that’s all the motivation he needs and that he’s officially out of his funk. So what does that mean from

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Colts Scouting Report: Week 3 vs. Jets

INDIANAPOLIS — The Indianapolis Colts took care of business against an inferior opponent and will try to carry that momentum into a Week 3 home matchup against the New York Jets on Sunday.

After dropping their opener to the AFC East Division rival Buffalo Bills, the Jets’ messiness continued in a 31-13 home loss to San Francisco. The Colts (1-1) are coming off a 28-11 home win over Minnesota.

Kickoff at Lucas Oil Stadium is at 4:05 p.m., EDT (CBS-4 TV).

Let’s look at the Jets.

Last game

The Jets were banged up before facing the 49ers. Starting wide receiver Jamison Crowder (hamstring) missed the game, and there was already plenty of talent on injured reserve in starting running back Le’Veon Bell (hamstring), starting linebacker Blake Cashman (groin), and rookies in offensive tackle Cameron Clark (knee), receiver Denzel Mims (hamstring), and edge defender Jabari Zuniga (quad).

The 49ers controlled the

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Fire Gase Now? It May Sound Good To Fans, But That’s Not How The New York Jets Have Done Business

Two games, two disasters for the New York Jets. Some observations, including from a monetary angle, on what is going wrong and on what can and cannot (and what most likely will not) be done to try to fix what already seems like a lost season before the calendar even has flipped to October. 

Fire Gase? Don’t count on it. It sounds nice and it makes for good headlines and memes, but it’s doubtful that Gase is going anywhere unless the carcass starts to stink so much that acting owner Christopher Johnson no longer can avoid the stench. Remember, he hired Gase in January 2019, despite Gase’s flameout in Miami, because of a glowing recommendation from All-World quarterback and All-World pitchman Peyton Manning, and just last week

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Central Asian Carrier Sheds Jets, But Not Maintenance Staff

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Kazakhstan’s flag carrier Air Astana recently resumed flights to Turkey and Germany, but the COVID-19 pandemic has been tough on the central Asian airline that had flown its 32 aircraft on 64 domestic…

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Regulators to examine pilot training for Boeing 737 Max jets

Aviation regulators and pilots from several countries will begin next week reviewing Boeing’s proposal for training pilots to fly the revamped 737 Max, a sign that the grounded plane is moving closer to returning to service.

The Federal Aviation Administration said Friday that the review will start Monday at London’s Gatwick Airport and last about nine days. The review will include aviation officials and pilots from the United States, Canada, Brazil and the European Union.

The FAA said several other steps remain before the plane can resume flying, including a review to make sure Boeing’s changes comply with safety regulations.

Boeing changed computers and flight software on the Max after an automated anti-stall system pushed down the noses of two jets before they crashed in Indonesia and Ethiopia, killing 346 people. Max planes have been grounded worldwide since March 2019.

U.S. safety investigators who reviewed the two crashes recommended that

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