First of all, it's a sad day today for the Jets family.
HC Rex Ryan wants to win the Super Bowl.
Steve Serby says the team can, and Dennis Waszak says the same old Jets have been Rexorcised.
QB Mark Sanchez might be a liability toward that goal, and odds are 25-1 for that to happen.
Bengals WR Chad Johnson gives respect to Darrelle's defense, and wants to treat Fireman Ed.
The defensive unit wants more props and also wants a championship.
Gary Myers says we will beat Cincinnati again.
We'll be playing the same team, but a different team, as we didn't see the real Bengals, who on Sunday played without RB Cedric Benson.
The Bengals will need to stop our option plays, which features do-it-all Brad Smith.
Sporting News has a Q&A with the Jets WR/RB/QB.
Why was the Jets Head Coach not bundled up on Sunday?
The Metro writes about Ryan's brash talk.
The New York Times has Ryan's best quotes in this article and some more in this blog.
The New York Times says the other teams won't see the Jets coming.
Former Jets HC Herm Edwards talks about playing the same team back-to-back.
Saturday afternoon's game is one of three rematches to end the season and start the playoffs.
More connections after the jump.
Will Jets LB David Harris play on Sunday?
Bengals DT Pat Sims will not.
TheJetsBlog.com reacts to the last game, which CB Dwight Lowery was sure they would win.
JetNation.com grades the Jets.
Yahoo Sports grades the Jets.
J.P. Pelzman grades the Jets.
Rich Cimini grades the Jets. He has notes on Mark's play sheet and a possible changes in offensive strategy.
Jane McManus writes about the Ochocinco tweets and the Jets closing down the Meadowlands.
The Star-Ledger recalls the final home game.
The New York Times recalls the atmosphere on Sunday.
The New York Post recalls how the Jets shut down Giants stadium.
The Daily News has some photos of memorable moments in the swamp.
The Miami game was one of the best NFL contests this season.
RB Thomas Jones is among the leaders in rushing yard and touchdowns this season.
TJ says the team deserves their playoff berth, and the rushing offense aims to prove it.
ESPN.com agrees, although the team was lucky.
The divisional round schedule is set, and hopefully we'll be looking to tune in to the Jets.
The Jets' 2010 opponents are also set, along with home and away games, but not the dates yet.
Reliant Stadium has terrible turf.
Charlie Casserly is apparently often incorrect.
Lastly, learn a little something about the Bengals blitz.