Super Bowl III
Jets legend Joe Namath says he’s “improved” after going through “some things medically” that could be tied to concussions suffered during his playing days.
Drew Brees would probably be among the first to tell you that he will never erase Unitas’ legacy. It was Unitas who demonstrated how explosive the passing game could be, and he changed pro football forever.
The thought of the early battles between the Giants and Jets brought about some of the hardest-hitting and nastiest battles of the football season.
Tomlinson said Monday he would rather be enshrined in Canton without a ring than win a title sans his Hall of Fame resume.
Few coaches are cut out for this kind of situation. It takes a deft touch and it will need to be defused. You can’t crush Tebowmania, which is what Rex Ryan will try to do if the situation gets out of hand.
While there’s plenty about Joe Namath that many of us know about, there’s always room for more knowledge. That’s where HBO comes into play. Their sports documentaries are always fantastic and they’ve done it again.
It was 1969 when the Jets won their first and only Super Bowl. That was Super Bowl III. Now, the NFL has two games—Jets v. Steelers and Packers v. Bears—before Super Bowl XLV, and if Dave Herman has anything do with it, his Jets will win and bring home something he has: a Super Bowl ring.
As the Jets continue to battle during this year’s playoffs, we took a look back at some of the most memorable moments in the franchise’s history.