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No cares about bulletin-board fodder

In this photo taken on Sunday, Jan. 3,

In this photo taken on Sunday, Jan. 3, 2010, New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan, right, looks on from the sideline during the third quarter of an NFL football game against the Cincinnati Bengals. Credit: AP

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. - Rex Ryan never thought much about what the opposition would think about him putting together a complete postseason schedule, one that included the date for a parade following a Super Bowl victory.

There's always the possibility the Chargers or anyone else the Jets might face in the postseason could use it as bulletin-board material. Ryan shrugs that thought off.

"Don't care. That's fine and dandy," he said Tuesday. "That's our agenda. They can put it up next year, too, because we plan on winning the Super Bowl. The only goal we have as an organization is to win the Super Bowl. That's it. They can put it up, you can write it, you can rip it, whatever you want to do. Next year, the year after, the year after and the year after that, it's going to be the one goal.

"If a team is going to get motivated about that, that's fine and dandy with me."

Camp confidence

The Jets' confidence level remains off the charts. They seemed loose in practice after two days off and appear to be unfazed by the extra attention.

"Our psyche is pretty good," safety Kerry Rhodes said. "We're a confident team. We're in a place right now that we think no team can beat us if we play the way we play. So that's a good place to be."

Extra points

LBs David Harris and Bart Scott were both limited in practice with ankle injuries.. . . Donald Strickland, who sat out his second straight game Saturday with a quad injury, practiced fully . . . CB Lito Sheppard missed practice because of the birth of his son. "About 9 pounds, a big old kid," Ryan said. "We're awful happy for him."

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