"On Wedneday night at the team hotel, Mangini showed a tape of the 2007 Ultimate Fighting light-heavyweight title bout between Quinton (Rampage) Jackson and defending champ Chuck Liddell. The upstart Jackson stunned Liddell with a first-round TKO. Mangini's message to the team: Young and hungry defeats the established champ."
-- New York Jets Head Coach Eric Mangini recently pulled out some old game film to get his players inspired for their huge divisional clash with the New England Patriots last night. But this film session didn't feature the typical "X's and O's" -- it was a clip of Quinton "Rampage" Jackson's knockout win over Chuck Liddell at UFC 71 in May 2007. Personally, Matt Serra stopping Georges St. Pierre or Randy Couture dominating Tim Sylvia were a little more epic, but the message is apparently still the same. And it worked -- the Jets toppled the Patriots at "The Razor" in overtime to capture first place in the AFC East. It will be interesting to see if the "young and hungry defeats the established champ" also applies on Saturday night at UFC 91: "Couture vs. Lesnar."