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JoeWillie last won the day on August 2 2010

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    High School Football Coach and diehard Jets/Mets fan

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  • What is your favorite Jets related memory?
    My first Jet game live - 1971 Shea Stadium vs SF 49ers. Namath returns from season long injury and almost pulls off incredible comeback victory.
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    1998 AFC Championship Game loss to Denver
  • Where you alive for Super Bowl III?

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  1. From 1967-1972, he was widely regarded as the best quarterback in football, until the injuries decimated his abilities, really after 1972. When you say he didn't have 6 great years, I would disagree going from '65 to '72. 1965 - AFL Rookie of the Year, AFL All-Star 1966 - Led the AFL in passing yards 1967 - All-AFL, AFL All-Star, Led AFL in passing yards 1968 - All AFL, AFL All-Star, AFL League MVP, Super Bowl MVP 1969 - All-AFL, AFL All-Star, AFL League MVP 1972 - All Pro, AFC Pro Bowl, Led NFL in Passing yards, Led NFL in passing touchdowns 1974 -
  2. Hey guys … been away for long while but just logged in and was intrigued by this discussion. I belong to a Jets Facebook group and posted this awhile back in response to some guy who was ripping Namath as not even belonging in the top 50 QB's of all time, never mind the Hall of Fame. I think its pretty relevant to this or any discussion that tries to compare QB's of different eras to each other … you just can't do it, as the game is so different now than it was back when Namath played. Anyway, I hope my little analysis below helps drive this home to people... "For a period
  3. Given his age and his performance in preseason, he is our best option at QB moving forward. I don't care if it was against 2's and 3's ... my eyes tell me he's light years ahead of Hack. I support him and have from the start. Let him play this year, and if he fails, draft a QB in a rich draft next April.
  4. If history is any indication, **** it all up.
  5. Best all around RB I ever saw Walter Payton. Could do it all ... run, catch, block ... even threw a llittle. Never saw Jim Brown at his peak.
  6. Thoughts, prayers and best wishes for you and Lauren, Phil. Stay positive ... all will be good.
  7. Once a buffoon, always a buffoon. This ******* idiot will just never get it.
  8. Good news ... MRI revealed no ACL tear ... sprained knee only. Not ruling out return Monday night, although that is probably unlikely. http://www.newyorkjets.com/news/article-9/MRI-on-Antonio-Cromarties-Knee-Negative-/b75e25f9-4a5e-464a-91ac-d4fce1b791a6?campaign=fb
  9. I don't blame Rex for the incident. But Rex hired him, so what it does show, for the upteenth time, is that Rex Ryan is a terrible judge of "character" in men, nor does he put great value in that particular trait.
  10. One of the great QB's of my youth... used to LOVE watching him play ... one of the great clutch QB's of all time. With all due respect to Boomer & Young, Stabler was the best lefty I ever saw play. Absolutely should be in the Hall of Fame. RIP, Snake.
  11. In the immortal words of the great Allen Iverson ... "Let me get this straight, we sittin' here talkin' 'bout PRACTICE?!?!?!?" Some things were so much better in the 70's when there was less information available on meaningless stuff. And BTW, I can't stand Geno. But really? We sittin' here talkin' 'bout PRACTICE?!?!? In June, no less?!?!? Holy Mother of God.
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