SB Nation New York reports that Gang Green is currently considered number 1 in the nation.
It looks like our current tagline is correct.
Both RBs LaDainian Tomlinson and Shonn Greene had a good game against a stingy run defense.
WR Brad Smith's long kickoff return killed the opponent's momentum last night.
WR Santonio Holmes aims for big production despite missing four games.
Don't forget to plan on bowling with Tone for charity.
Among other notes, Randy Lange mentions a good performance by P Steve Weatherford, whose punt helped set up the game winning TD.
CB Dwight Lowery's pick six was an instinctive reaction resulting from film study.
ESPN New York hails D-Lo and fellow backup CB Marquice Cole in helping the team seal the victory.
CB Darrelle Revis was not fully healthy last night.
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Without the pressures of being a rookie starter, OL Vladimir Ducasse can focus on improving and being ready if needed.
The Newark Star-Ledger takes a look at the MNF crew's operation.
NorthJersey.com reminisces about the Monday Night Miracle.
The great comeback was celebrated at the New Meadowlands last night.
Here is an article on the career of former Jets OL Jumbo Elliott, who was one of the heros from that game.
Happy first birthday to Jets Twit!
Jets Kvetch reacts to last night's thrilling win.
Jet Nation grades the Jets.
The New York Post grades the Jets.
The Fifth Down is optimistic about the team.
AFC East Blog praises gutsy Gang Green.
It looks like the team is moving on from off the field distractions.
Ian O'Connor revels in the misery of Minnesota QB Brett Favre.
Who let the dongs out? Infinite Jets comments on the situation.
Our next opponent is Denver, whose defense looks decimated.
The official team website offers a chance to win a trip to Mile High Stadium.