New York Jets owner Woody Johnson looks on before a...

New York Jets owner Woody Johnson looks on before a game against the Pittsburgh Steelers at MetLife Stadium on Sunday Nov. 9, 2014. Credit: Lee S. Weissman

Another day, another flyover.

With a little less than two hours before kickoff between the Jets and Steelers, a small plane flew over MetLife Stadium with a banner that read “Jets rebuilding since 1969.”

It’s the latest aerial attack against the Jets, who are 1-8 heading into Sunday’s AFC matchup.

A small Super Cub circled Jets practice on Wednesday with a message for owner Woody Johnson: “Fire John Idzik” in red, capital letters. The service was commissioned by a frustrated female Jets fans for less than $1,000. And the pilot of Wednesday’s plane all but guaranteed another flyover would be in the Jets’ future.

The following day, Rex Ryan made light of the incident by attaching a “Go Jets” banner to a toy helicopter that a staffer flew for a few minutes at the start of practice.

But the jabs at their general manager are set to continue.

Two Jets fans who created the website FireJohnIdzik.com announced on Twitter that digital billboards calling for Idzik’s firing will go live near MetLife Stadium at 12:01 am Monday. The pair also said a static billboard will go up on Wednesday.

The billboards were funded through fan donations.

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