In fact, it turns out, it was not a dream. I woke up and the paper confirmed it! And the final score of 28-21 does not reflect the domination the winning Jets imposed upon the Patsies. Tom Brady and company were pretty desperate at the end, trailing 28-14, and scored what turned out to be a garbage time TD to bring the score to within a TD. But the Jets covered the onside kick (twice) and New England is history, see ya next year, adios! And the New York Jets advance to the AFC Championship Game once again. As Rex Ryan said "..same old Jets, we're in the AFC Championship Game again. The only difference is we plan on winning it this time". It's the new "Same Old Jets", and they're quite entertaining and fun to watch. Certainly better than the stuffed sweatshirts that their counter part, arch rival, Patriots are!
As I said in my post before the Patriots game if Mark Sanchez plays better than in Indianapolis and the Jets stick to the ground and pound and the defense applies pressure to Brady (three big ifs) the Jets can win this game; and I say the same thing about Pittsburgh, just substitute Brady's name with Big Ben Roethlisberger. Use the same mentality and the Jets can beat the Pittsburgh Steelers like they already did in December. The Jets are built to beat them. If they play their A Game they can beat anybody, just take a look at the tape from yesterday's game; total domination of a 14-2 team with a future Hall Of Fame Coach and quarterback. Bye bye Patriots. Here we come Pittsburgh Steelers. Been there, done that, let's do it again! Wouldn't it be ironic if Rex Ryan's NY Jets played the Chicago Bears in the Super Bowl? Both teams with Super Bowl connections to Ryan's father Buddy, who was with the Jet's as an assistant and the Bears as Head Coach during both teams Super Bowl appearances. Well let's not think too far ahead. Pittsburgh first. See you there.