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Plenty of coverage on the Jets' wild-card win:

Dave Hutchinson of The Star Ledger

Greg Bishop of The New York Times

Mark Cannizzaro of The New York Post

Rich Cimini of The Daily News

J.P. Pelzman of The Record

Joe Kay of The Associated Press

Steve Keating of Reuters

Gary Mihoces of USA Today

Bill Rabinowitz of The Columbus Dispatch

Dan Pietrafesa of The Poughkeepsie Journal

Kevin Gleason of The Times Herald-Record


More connections after the jump.


Rich Cimini: "Okay, I was wrong."

Mark Cannizzaro grades the Jets. recaps the game.

Dave Hutchinson has notes on the game.

NBC's announcers could have been better.

Shutdown Corner: AFC's passing teams will have trouble against Jets.

Shutdown Corner: Mark Sanchez has more playoff wins than Pete Carroll.

Sporting News: Sanchez is ready.

The rookie first-year pro showed he can thrive under pressure.

The kid kept his poise yesterday in his first playoff game.

CBS Sports: Bengals QB Carson Palmer is not elite.

The team wanted to win the game for their owner.

Yesterday's game ball went to Woody Johnson, going through a personal loss.

P Steve Weatherford was under the weather and did not play due to an irregular heartbeat.

Jay Feely did double duty, and the kicker was clutch.

He had never punted in the NFL before.

RB Shonn Greene had a big day, as he seemed to be the featured back yesterday, shutting up Cincy's trash talking safeties.

This was the first playoff win for FB Tony Richardson.

WR Braylon Edwards had another big drop.

TE Dustin Keller had a big catch.

CB Darrelle Revis changes the game (and a WR's name).

Chad Ochocinco was marooned again on Revis Island, held to only two catches.

Darrelle was asked about last year's head coach.

Gary Myers also refers to Ryan as the Rexorcist.

The O-line showed why they're the best linemen in the NFL.

This team is not the same old Jets.

New York backed up their head coach, proving they deserve their berth in the post-season.

The Jets have what it takes to be great, and they will be, sooner or later.

The bad part of the Jets game yesterday: run defense.

The Post looks back on the ups and downs of the season.

Jets Assistant DB Coach Doug Plank was instrumental in the 46 Defense of the Chicago Bears. is loaded with highlights and interviews of the Jets.

The NBC profile on Mark Sanchez:


And The Post on the Jets win: