Three home teams advance, and the effin' Jets.
NFL Fanhouse: Defense wins championships?
Shutdown Corner: This was a conquest of scheme.
First-year HC, QB and RB surprise San Diego.
Michael Silver writes about Rex Ryan's strategy and adaptability.
Gary Myers: Mark passes another test.
Rookie first-year pro Mark Sanchez keeps playing with poise.
Rookie first-year pro Shonn Greene leads the league in rushing this postseason.
Shonn: "It doesn't matter if I'm a rookie or not."
RB Thomas Jones got the short yardage, and Greene had the long runs.
The Record: Greene Machine could be the Jets' best offensive player.
The New York Times: Team play and selflessness run through the Jets.
Apparently, the Chargers didn't think the Jets deserved to be playing.
This AP writer is already counting out the Jets.
More connections after the jump.
Bob Raissman enjoyed the announcing team of Phil Simms and Jim Nantz.
New York Post: CBS's Simms is the best analyst.
Tim Smith: Jets hung around and then hit the knockout punch.
Rich Cimini: Jets took their rock 'em, sock 'em act on the road.
Mike Vaccaro: Jets are tough sons of guns.
Roderick Boone: Believe it.
LoHud.com: Rex Ryan is creative and cocksure.
Greg Bishop: Jets' youngsters helped the team win.
Tara Sullivan: Jets are a team nobody wants to face.
Ian O'Connor: Call them the same bold Jets.
Mark Cannizzaro grades the Jets.
The same old Jets have been exorcised - literally.
Like the rest of Gang Green Nation, blogger Corey Griffin is enjoying the rare playoff advancement.
Why Mark's dad Nick Sanchez might not be at Indy on Sunday.
Why you might not be seeing New York Times links here someday.
The deadbolts speak about the loss.
LB Stephen Cooper: "This was the worst."
RB LaDainian Tomlinson: Jets' "defense was perfect."
TE Antonio Gates: This was more of a Chargers loss than a Jets win.
Lastly, highlights of the game: