Don't forget about the playoff pep rally today at the Jets Shop at 10am and at SNY at noon.
LA Times: Jets are a worthy opponent.
USA Today: HC Rex Ryan is bold and proud of his team.
Gang Green is ready to brawl with the bolts.
OC Brian Schottenheimer goes with his gut; he wants to be a head coach, but not just yet.
The Jets have youth and talent for the long run.
RT Damien Woody says the '09 Jets are better than the '01 Pats.
Sunday will be the 34th straight game the O-line plays together.
Vote for the Jets linemen for the NFL's Most Valuable Protectors.
C Nick Mangold and CB Darrelle Revis are first team all pros, LB David Harris is on the second.
Kevin Gleason: Revis will be ready.
Tim Graham: Revis will make the play.
FS Kerry Rhodes is confident and committed, finally getting on the same page with DC Mike Pettine.
More connections after the jump.
New York Post looks at the matchups for the divisional game.
Doug Farrar analyzes two Jets plays in Cincy - one offense and one defense.
The Jets defense will be aware of RB Darren Sproles.
STC Mike Westhoff says his squad will stop Sproles on special teams.
No more heavy metal for P Steve Weatherford.
QB Mark Sanchez will feel at home in California.
Mark's mother is proud of her son.
Mark's dad Nick Sanchez will bring a boatload of people to the game.
Mark Gastineau thinks the Jets will upset San Diego.
Herman Edwards thinks his former team can beat San Diego again.
K Nick Kaeding has gotten a lot better since January '05.
Do you want to know who DE Jacques Cesaire is?
Chuck Amato coached at NC State where WR Jerricho Cotchery and QB Philip Rivers played.
LB Coach Bob Sutton might not go to that other team after all.
Former New York football stars think back about the old stadium.
Wisconsin isn't too happy with Rex right now.
But The Washington Post doesn't seem to mind him.
USA Today reviews Ryan's comments this past season.
Fireman Ed wants Rex to say with the team for a long time.
Bob Raissman writes about the odd scheduling of games this weekend.
Lastly, here's a look at the Jets offense:
And TE Coach Mike Devlin: