Right now, Gang Green owns New York Football.
Tim Smith: It's time to believe in the Jets.
ProFootballWeekly picks the Jets to win.
QB Mark Sanchez seems to have figured it out.
The defense still feels disrespected.
They aim to show the Chargers what they haven't faced yet.
CB Darrelle Revis is a film rat.
Dave Goldberg: Revis is the key to New York's defense.
New York Magazine: Revis is too quiet and too dominant.
TheJetsBlog on how Revis affects the 46 defense and FS Kerry Rhodes.
RG Brandon Moore says the rush offense will keep coming all agame.
RB Shonn Greene was humbled when he fumbled with his grades.
The Jets need to keep going Greene, and AccuScore confirms this.
Shonn is the Greene machine.
More connections after the jump.
There will be a playoff pep rally this Friday in Manhattan.
Vote for the Jets O-line for the NFL's Most Valuable Protectors.
Here's an old article on a great high school game for Darrelle Revis.
USA Today previews the game.
OC Brian Schottenheimer is pretty much the head coach of the offense.
TE Dustin Keller wants another killer performance.
It's a different defense and a different Dwight Lowery this time around.
Butterfingers Braylon Edwards has earned his reputation.
The Daily News recalls Jets playoff games of the past.
The Fifth Down recalls the escape from San Diego in 2005.
The Fifth Down blogs about how defense wins championships.
RB LaDainian Tomlinson has had a lesser role for the Chargers, but he's perfectly fine with it.
Do you know safety Eric Weddle? (He picked off Favre last year.)
Here's some more on the relationship between Jets WR Jerricho Cotchery and the Chargers QB.
Even after a pick six last year, QB Philip Rivers talked trash with the Jets D.
The Jets plan to make Phil feel pressure, as they have also contained elite QBs this season.
Hank Gola on how to beat the bolts:
4. KISS: keep it simple, Sanchez!
Even with the defensive MVP, the Packers still can't stop the pass.
It looks like the NFL is going to lose the antitrust case, as the Supreme Court is not buying their argument.
Lastly, a New York Post video on the big underdogs: