Jets fans paid to have this digital billboard that reads...

Jets fans paid to have this digital billboard that reads "Fire John Idzik" displayed about half a mile from MetLife Stadium. Credit: Twitter

Sunday's impressive 20-13 home win over the Steelers wasn't enough to dissuade a group of Jets fans from voicing their frustrations.

As promised, digital billboards calling for the firing of general manager John Idzik went live at midnight, about eight hours after the Jets upset the Steelers.

The billboards -- the brainchild of two Jets fans who created the website FireJohnIdzik.com -- are located on Route 3 in East Rutherford, New Jersey, about a half-mile from MetLife Stadium. The billboards were paid for through donations from fans.

The creators of the site also announced that a static billboard will be put up on Wednesday.

A little less than two hours before kickoff, a small plane flew over MetLife Stadium with a banner that read "Jets rebuilding since 1969.''

It was the latest aerial attack against the Jets (2-8), who snapped an eight-game losing streak against the Steelers.

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