The New York Jets posted this hilarious picture for Throwback Thursday.
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Everything about it is just so 1990s.
#TBT to Chad getting that all-important call in 2000.
READ: #Jets draft history- http://t.co/rZ1CdBF0iU...
One of the many things that we love to do with college football players is try to compare them to current or past NFL guys in order to create an image of what we think/hope they are going to be like at the next level. When it comes to Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota the comparisons often include guys like Johnny Manziel, Colin Kaepernick, Robert Griffin III--you know, pretty much...
I think T.O. got all of that one from Pennington. Do Jets fans really have any other reason to show up...
Jets players had plenty to feel punchy about while being blown out by the Bills at MetLife Stadium Sunday. And one Jets fan in the stands took out his manly frustration on a Bills spectator with a brutal, one-punch knockout of the visitor. TMZ posted a cell phone video of the Jets fan (in a No. 10 Chad Pennington jersey) throwing a punch in the stands in a fight with another dude...
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As the 2014 season approaches, there may or may not be another quarterback competition brewing this offseason. This got me thinking, who are the Top 5 Jets QBs in franchise history?
5) Chad Pennington
Tenure: 8 years (2000-2007)
Record as Jets starter: 32-29
Playoff record as Jets QB: 2-3
Chad Pennington was drafted in the 1st round...
We can all name the seventeen starting quarterbacks to walk through the turnstile in Miami since number 13 hung them up, but we cant honestly say that Tannehill isn’t the most talented of the bunch. Tannehill has far and away the most arm talent, the next closest was Daunte Culpepper who was...
Does Chad Pennington signing with the Miami Dolphins count as a compelling storyline? How about Mike Goodson passing out on a highway?
They don’t? Well, that’s probably why no Jets-related storylines made cover32′s list of the 10 most compelling offseason moments in NFL history. To read the whole piece, click here. Here is an excerpt:
10. March 28, 1994 – Jimmy Johnson leaves...
It was the most iconic Jets play of the early 2000s.
Chad Pennington drops back. He fakes the handoff to Martin. It’s a play action!
Pennington two-handed pump fakes down the field in the most slothful, least deceitful manner possible. But look! He’s got an open receiver! It’s his fullback, Jerald Sowell.
Pennington rolls out right, and he hits Sowell. It’s a Jets completion...
Chad Pennington played in the NFL for eleven years. He was selected by the New York Jets in the first round in the 2000 NFL Draft. He played for the Jets then played for the Miami Dolphins. Chad won the NFL Comeback Player of the Year Award twice. He is the NFL’s all-time leader in career completion percentage. He is currently a color analyst for NFL telecasts on FOX.