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NFL Hall of Famer and New York Jets legend Joe Namath will join Yahoo! Sports and the Shutdown Corner Blog during the playoffs to break down the key games, players and moments each weekend. Make sure you like the Official Joe Namath page on Facebook and visit the Broadway Joe site for plenty of other insight and gear from Namath.
Wow, what a weekend of playoff football we had — and what a weekend lays ahead my friends. It is interesting to me that three of the four games this weekend feature two teams who met in the regular season.
This becomes an interesting issue for six teams this weekend. No matter what the outcome was a couple weeks ago, it might benefit the losing team more. Two of these games saw the teams clash just last month.
You take New England hosting the Denver Broncos — I don't know how much it is going to benefit the Patriots in this game. Denver did have a lead on them and played well against one of the best teams in the NFL. This should be a mental edge for th...
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Joe Namath isn't a fan of the New York Jets' recent hire.
Former Miami Dolphins coach Tony Sparano was named the Jets' offensive coordinator on Tuesday, drawing the legendary quarterback to admit he's dumbfounded by the decision.
"I'm stumped. I am stumped," Namath said on "The Michael Kay Show" on 1050 ESPN New York.
"Aye, aye, aye...
Greg from Lemont, Illinois and hot reporter Sarah Kustok from CSN have their Joe Namath moment. Except Greg's hair is his own and he wasn't wasted. Way to 'Shoot the Puck' man. Well done. Giving... Full story at Bob's Blitz ~ http://www.bobsblitz.com
So the Chicago Blackhawks had a game last night against Minnesota which means very little to us. What does matter, however, was the intermission when Greg from Lemont was a ‘Shoot The Puck’ contestant. Hawks sideline reporter Sarah Kustok chatted with Greg after he missed his shots and things seemed to be going especially well for Greg last night.
He was likely a few beers deep...
Joe Namath doesn't like the Jets hiring of Tony Sparano as offensive coordinator.
The New York Jets are becoming well known for their Super Bowl guarantees. First, it was QB Joe Namath back in 1969 ensuring the Jets would beat the heavily favored Baltimore Colts. Most laughed in his face, but Namath’s guarantee came true with a 16-7 victory in Super Bowl III.
Today, New York head coach Rex Ryan does his best Namath impersonation guaranteeing a second Jets...
Here’s to hoping it won’t be another 43 years until the New York Jets next Super Bowl victory. I’m only 21 years old, the Jets have to win at least one Super Bowl in my lifetime right? Well, raise up your beer to Joe Namath, because once upon a time (before he had a Twitter and his own website), Broadway was winning Super Bowls. Here are the highlights from the last time the...
Did we expect any different reaction from the one New York Jets legend Joe Namath gave 1050 ESPN Radio on Thursday?
When asked what he thought of the Jets hiring Tony Sparano as their new offensive coordinator, Namath came out … [visit site to read more]
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Joe Namath isn't exactly sure why the Jets chose Tony Sparano as Brian Schottenheimer's successor as offensive coordinator.
Joe Namath always has an opinion about the Jets. With the team in disarray, the Hall of Famer had plenty to say about new offensive coordinator Tony Sparano (not good) and Mark Sanchez being lazy (or not).
A flurry of criticism surrounding New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez this past week, most from unnamed sources, is puzzling to Jets legend Joe Namath, a contributor to Yahoo! Sports and The Shutdown Corner Blog. The Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback, who has been critical of Sanchez's development — or lack thereof — was skeptical of anonymous quotes in a New York...
Joe Namath isn't exactly sure why the Jets chose Tony Sparano as Brian Schottenheimer's successor.
“I’m stumped. I am stumped … other than calling some plays with the Dallas Cowboys I don’t know what his credentials are for an offensive coordinator. This goes back … Sparano’s relationship with [Jets GM Mike] Tannenbaum goes back to the [Bill] Parcells days, too. This is the football fraternity, the coaching fraternity, the general mangers with their friends and...
As the Denver Broncos prepare to face the New England Patriots on Saturday (broadcast time at 5:00 PM PDT on CBS), Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow has become the biggest story to hit the NFL post-season since Joe Namath guaranteed a win over the then Baltimore Colts in Super Bowl III. The last thing...