Jets' Super Bowl talk means nothing without Darrelle Revis

Ronald MonestimeCorrespondent IAugust 2, 2010

“Honestly, we’re here for our Super Bowl. If we don’t get there, nothing else matters.” – Kris Jenkins

“Don’t be timid about saying it. That’s your goal. Write it down. Say it. Read it. Talk about it. It’s fine. It’s not false bravado. It’s real and that’s what we want. I think we have the players to do it.” – Mark Sanchez

“Anything short of the obvious is a disappointment. At the end of the day, to beat the Indianapolis Colts in the AFC Championship or to beat the Saints or Vikings, we have to put it all together. It’s not enough just to have the manpower on paper.” – Braylon Edwards

“This is definitely different than any other year I’ve been in. It’s a true sense of Super Bowl or bust. This team is built for that. It’s been talked about over and over again. Guys understand that.” – Brandon Moore

These aren’t the words of a team that thinks they have a chance to make it to the Super Bowl, just like any of the other 31 NFL organizations. These are the assertions of a football club that is supremely confident it will be representing the AFC at Cowboys Stadium come February 6, 2011.

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