HC Rex Ryan explains why he thought the Jets were out of the playoff hunt.
He now realizes the team is still alive.
Do we really have a better chance than last week?
Mike Cannizzaro says the coach is exaggerating.
Dave Hutchinson explains it further.
Rex defends his call on the Falcons' touchdown play.
Manish Mehta reviews Sunday's game.
SS Jim Leonhard regrets the dropped picks and says he didn't aim to injure RB Michael Turner.
Mike Vaccaro reminds us that QB Mark Sanchez is still a rookie.
WR Braylon Edwards says the Jets don't deserve a spot in the post-season and admits that the offense needs more production.
I love Bob Raissman's reviews of TV coverage.
More connections after the jump.
MariettaTimes.com debates whether the Colts should try to remain unbeaten.
Jim Caldwell doesn't know - or won't tell - whether his starters will play much.
It seems like Colts President Bill Polian is saying "tough noogies" to Jets rivals if Indy rests.
CB Donald Strickland owns up to his mistakes.
ESPN.com sorts out the AFC teams vying for playoff spots.
Among AFC RB's, Thomas Jones is ranked as "steady."
Jets Confidential examines the Jets' rushing offense. (It's very hush-hush so you'll need a subscription.)
CBSSports.com wants The Sanchize to get better next year.
This Q&A with WR Danny Woodhead was from Sunday's New York Post.
Esquire has a Q&A with Anne-Marie of the Jets Flight Crew.
TimesUnion.com has more Meadowlands memories.
Mike Holmgreen joins the Cleveland Browns exactly one year after his Seahawks beat
Eric Mangini's Brett Favre's Jets.
#3/4 is gone, and now Minnesota is dealing with him.
Lastly, here is more video of CB Darrelle Revis being silly:
...and the DPOY candidate with CB Lito Sheppard in the snowstorm: