As always on Sundays, I remind you to tune in to Jets Flight Plan at 11:30am on WCBS-TV New York.
Will Gang Green Nation be celebrating tonight?
The Jets will take the playoffs any way they can, and they hope to make tonight's game a memorable one.
Winning tonight might make OC Brian Schottenheimer more attractive to other teams.
NFL.com says the Jets will lose tonight, as the Bengals will be a challenge.
The Sanchize is poised to lead the team to the playoffs.
Teammates and coaches think he can handle the pressure.
QBs Mark Sanchez and Carson Palmer know each other well.
Head coaches Rex Ryan and Marvin Lewis know each other well.
The Jets and the Bengals are a lot like each other.
DE Shaun Ellis talks about tonight's opportunity.
Boston.com writes about Ty Law's influence on CB Darrelle Revis.
Yahoo Sports: no liabilities in 24's game.
More connections after the jump.
JetNation.com reminds us that it will be cold tonight.
NorthJersey.com applauds the Jets for keeping fans sober.
J.P. Pelzman previews tonight's game.
Manish Mehta previews tonight's game.
Greg Bishop previews tonight's game.
Mark Cannizzaro previews tonight's game.
Stever Serby converses with owner Woody Johnson.
NewYorkJets.com writes about the Special Teams.
Vinny Testaverde talks about the Monday Night Miracle in the Meadowlands.
RG Brandon Moore recalls his first game in the swamps.
The Record remembers the shootout in the stadium between Ken O'Brien and Dan Marino.
The franchise has played in the Polo Grounds, Shea and Giants Stadium.
The New York Times has more Meadowlands memories.
The New York Post has the Jets' best and worst games at the stadium.
Former Jet K Mike Nugent is again out of a job.
Former HC Eric Mangini mentions a few things about coaching with the Jets.
For your entertainment, more inane proposals to the NFL.
Lastly, a couple of videos. A great moment against Cincinnati:
And our old friend WR Laveranues Coles in a 2007 profile: