Save the date: February 9, 2010.
Get your playoff tickets for a possible AFC Championship home game.
The Jets have been playing well at the perfect time, as players have taken on their coach's confidence.
Steve Serby writes about the Jets' first-year head coach and quarterback.
QB Mark Sanchez, with his improved play, has proven his college coach wrong about turning pro.
Rex Ryan remains confident in WR Braylon Edwards.
RB Shonn Greene, with his fresh legs, has taken some of the load from hardworking Thomas Jones.
The Jets are geared up for another win and hope to keep winning in San Diego.
A wild-card win will not suffice, and the Jets need to take advantage of their chance at a championship.
Apparently, P Steve Weatherford's heartbeat is not a new issue, and he should be ready for the next game.
Manish Mehta looks at the matchups for the next game.
CB Darrelle Revis will go up against WR Vincent Jackson.
Shutdown Corner: Revis puts the lojack on every week.
More connections after the jump.
Despite the announcers, the Cincy game had the highest overnight ratings in ten years for a first wild-card game.
New York Magazine: hail the Jets!
NBC New York: give the OC some credit.
Greg Bishop says the Jets are built to win now and in future years, too.
GM Mike Tannenbaum has made good choices with the draft and the head coach hire.
Mike Lupica says Rex Ryan is good for New York.
WR Jerricho Cotchery and Chargers QB Philip Rivers were rivals in high school and teammates in college.
Rivers talks about the Jets defense, and Luis Castillo talks about the Jets' running game.
Mark Cannizzaro has some notes on the last game and the next.
Rich Cimini thinks about the upcoming game.
JetNation.com grades the Jets.
Here's the reason why the Jets are no longer cursed.
Filip Bondy is happy the Pats are out.
Lastly, here is a post-game interview with Revis.