Owner Woody Johnson is active on Twitter.
GM Mike Tannenbaum took some risks and made sacrifices to get to his position.
HC Rex Ryan found the praise from New England to be sarcastic.
Rex is known for his brashness, but he also has a great mind for football.
ESPN.com shares video of a conversation with Ryan.
Rex knows how to inspire his team.
Ryan knows how to win while having fun.
Gang Green's hopes hinge on the play of QB Mark Sanchez.
Tara Sullivan salutes the savvy of Sanchez.
Sanchise doesn't want to repeat what happened last year at Foxboro.
It's late in the season and RB Shonn Greene's time to shine.
RB LaDainian Tomlinson doesn't have fond memories of playing at New England.
LT to NE: "OK, we hate you, too."
WR Laveranues Coles has been issued the number 87.
The Sizzle Man's resigning is a classy move by the Jets.
WR Santonio Holmes isn't worried about the Patriots' secondary.
New York Post: "Tone is atoning."
The offense plans to score early in New England.
The defense wants to get to the quarterback.
One of these days, DE Vernon Gholston will get a sack. Oh, yes.
ILB Bart Scott: "With them, it's that arrogant smirk."
The Bergen Record wrote about SS Jim Leonhard before he was injured.
Infinite Jets examines the number 36.
STC Mike Westhoff and DC Mike Pettine talk about replacing the roles played by Little Leonhard.
Westy is still confident about K Nick Folk.
More connections after the jump.
The two teams aren't saying anything derogatory.
The two teams share similarities.
Michael Salfino foresees a victory for the green and white.
Steve Serby explains how Gang Green will do it.
Peter King thinks the Patriots will win.
Sam Borden: "The best way to avoid another comeback is not needing one in the first place."
Tim Graham: "Jets know what invincible feels like."
Gary Myers believes Sanchez and Ryan can take over Brady and Belichick.
KC Joyner wonders whether Ryan's defense is the reason for the inconsistencies with the offense.
SB Nation New York lauds the Jets defense.
NY Sport Space lists three players they would like to step up.
The Onion examines the MNF matchup.
Once again, the Jets give the middle finger to their fans.
Jets HOF QB Joe Namath talks about tonight's game.
Jets great WR Wayne Chrebet consider's tonight's match as the game of the year.
Formerly the tacklling dummy in the Jets practice squad, Patriots RB Danny Woodhead will indeed be live tonight.
Yahoo! loved the performance of former Jets RB Thomas Jones for Kansas City.
Thirty years ago, Howard Cossell announced the death of John Lennon during MNF.
Many years ago, Bill Cosby was a football star.
Here is "Turtle" talking about leadership in 2007:
This old tune is dedicated to LC:
Lastly, my apologies for my lack of posts the previous week. Work got crazy busy.