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Today is the day Gang Green plans to upset San Diego and end their win streak.
New York Newsday's Bob Glauber is surprised by the Jets.
The Daily News's Rich Cimini says Rex has a big mouth and a beautiful mind.
The Star Ledger's Manish Mehta writes about Mark's father Nick Sanchez.
The New York Post's Steve Serby converses with Mark's mom Olga.
Mark Sanchez has a chance to go farther than other Jets QBs since Joe Namath.
Rex Ryan is a head coach no bulletin board can contain.
Firing the Mangenius turned out to be a good thing.
Steve Spurrier talks about his former player OC Brian Schottenheimer.
B-Schott started out as San Diego's quarterbacks coach.
DC Mike Pettine says the Chargers run through screens and swing routes.
More connections after the jump.
Longest tenured Jet DE Shaun Ellis has never been to an AFC Championship game.
CB Darrelle Revis says SS Jim Leonhard is the smartest guy on the field.
The once-demoted FS Kerry Rhodes is now a big part of our winning team.
Revis and the Jets are not scared of the Chargers.
Ex-Jets OC Mike Heimerdinger predicts: WR Vincent Jackson is shut down on Revis Island. Period. Good luck.
Are D'Brickashaw Ferguson, Alan Faneca, Nick Mangold, Brandon Moore and Damien Woody NFL's MVPs?
San Diego may be better at stopping the run than you think.
It might rain today in San Diego, just like the last time we won a playoff game.
WR Jerricho Cotchery, Rhodes and QB Philip Rivers all grew up in Alabama.
Once the Chargers lose, OT Jon Runyan might come back to NJ and run for congress.
If When the Chargers lose, how long will the team stay in San Diego?
Do you want to know who FB Mike Tolbert is?
Chargers have been charged with various offenses.
Ex-Jet Don Maynard and ex-Charger Lance Alworth talk about receiving the football.
The New York Post remembers ten playoff Jets games.
Mike Vaccaro writes about New York's underdog teams.
Congratulations to Coach of the Year Marvin Lewis.
Former Jets HC Al Groh doesn't want to work for our rivals.
Lastly, here is an avid Jets fan who went to the playoff pep rally: