New York Jets 2010 Super Bowl Odds

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New York Jets 2010 Super Bowl Odds

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The Jets offense had a message for San Diego coming into this weekend's Divisional Playoff game.

"You might stop us a couple of times," right tackle Damien Woody said Tuesday, "but we're going to come after you the whole game."

In order to make it to the 2010 Super Bowl, the Jets will have to overcome a red hot San Diego Chargers team that has won 11 straight.

Rich Cimini of the New York Daily News reports that the Jets believe they can run the ball on anybody and, although no one admitted it publicly, there's a sense that the Chargers are vulnerable. They're allowing 118 yards per game (20th), including a fat 5.1 per-carry average over the last seven games.

For New York though, the Chargers were the least desirable of opponents when considering the other two AFC teams in the Playoffs.  Jets head coach Rex Ryan knows the Baltimore Ravens better than any other coach in the league as that team's former Defensive Coordinator while New York was the team that put an end to Indianapolis' undefeated 2009 regular season. 

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