The Show Goes On. Jets Win 17-16

The 2010 New York Jets season isn't ready to be written off yet.

Our defense which has underachieved all season, held the mighty Peyton Manning to one touchdown. Reggie Wayne? 1 catch for 1 yard. The pass rush didn't exist and Antonio Cromartie had an awful game but as a unit, they had a hell of a performance.

The offense got back to the Ground and Pound in a big way. LaDainian Tomlinson stepped up with 82 yards on 16 carries along with two touchdowns. Shonn Greene added 70 yards on 19 carries, as the Jets offensive line completely dominated the second half. Mark Sanchez didn't play his best game and missed some huge throws, however he did enough to win his third road playoff game in two years.

How about Braylon Edwards with the clutch catch that set up the game winning field goal? He has turned into the Jets most reliable receiver in a big spot, which is something must of us didn't see coming.

Nick Folk did what he needed to do and hit the 32-yard field goal to win the game and with that we are off to New England, in hopes of pulling off the monster upset. Hey, it is playoff football...anything can happen. Did you see what happened in Seattle today?

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