In 2008, the Jets clinched the NFL Championship on November 13 with a decisive 34-31 overtime thrashing of the New England Patriots. Having clinched the title at the earliest date in NFL history, the 8-3 Jets went 1-4 in the remaining meaningless exhibition games. Win or lose, Sunday will mark the conclusion of the 2009 season for the Jets. "We're going to be playing this game likes it's the Super Bowl" says Jet NT Kris Jenkins. Jet team officials announced plans for a celebratory parade in Hackensack on Tuesday to be followed by the annual team break up dinner Tuesday evening and golf on Wednesday. All-universe safety Kerry Rhodes says it's important keep Sunday's game in perspective. "If we win, it will be one of the great accomplishments in the history of the NFL or maybe even the whole world, " says Rhodes. "Although almost unthinkably unlikely, a loss would leave little reason for Jet players, coaches, owners and fans to go on living." Jet head coach Rex Ryan is hoping to enhance his mobility by having wheels installed on his feet. The only drawback, notes Ryan, is that he will need to wear a license plate whenever in public. Rookie QB and 2009 NFL MVP Mark Sanchez says he'd like to sculpt his own bust for the Pro Football Hall of Fame. "I was an Arts & Crafts major at USC. Even though I didn't graduate, I still like to play with mud and stuff."