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HC Rex Ryan: Jets are the biggest show in town.

Associated Press: The New York Jets are proud of their surprising season.

New York Newsday: The Jets lost the game but won the city.

New York Daily News: The Jets lost a championship but changed a culture.

Mike Lupica: The Jets made their fans believe.

Roderick Boone: Rex reflects on the Jets' season.

George Willis: Ryan and Jets won't mute their swagger.

George Vecsey: Gospel of green softens sting of defeat.

NESN: Jets are a serious force in the AFC East. This may be the first taste of a forthcoming decade of excellence.

The Jets defense will be hungry.


More connections after the jump.


The Record grades the Jets.

Read what some players said yesterday.

Injured RB Leon Washington and DT Kris Jenkins gave full support to their team.

Their backups RB Shonn Greene and DT Sione Pouha were pleasant surprises.

WR Jerricho Cotchery wants RB Thomas Jones to remain with the team.

The New York Post lists some players who might not be back.

Dennis Waszak Jr.: FS Kerry Rhodes may have played his last Jets game.

Hollywood recently referred to the Jets as "they."

He and CB Lito Sheppard are likely gone for next year.

Sixth Man of the Year says, "Now that's New York Jets football!"

QB Mark Sanchez: "It just felt like I was starting to scratch the surface."

The Sanchise will plan to improve from footwork to the way he talks in the huddle.

Gary Myers: For the first time since Joe Namath, the Jets have a QB who can win the Super Bowl.

Steve Serby: Ryan-Sanchez team has 'Super' outlook.

Mark Cannizzaro: Sanchez's progress has coach fired up for 2010.

Dave Hutchinson suggests things the Jets need to do.

Rich Cimini suggests things the Jets need to do.

Bob Glauber suggests things the Jets need to do.

Steve Politi: Jets need to gain and maintain home field advantage.

Greg Bishop: Questions loom with possible uncapped season.

CB Dwight Lowery is one of Shutdown Corner's least valuable players.

Sanchez is USA Today's rookie of the week.  Also check out their bonehead blunder of the week.

Backup QB Kellen Clemens hopes to find a job as a starter, obviously with another team next year.

The Jets were part of the most watched Championship Sunday in 28 years.

Sporting News wants to move the Pro Bowl to August.

The New York Post reports on the Jets:


Here is video of the Jets fan who was arrested in Indy: