Forget Rushmore: You won’t believe who’s on the New York Jets’ “Mount Dreadmore”

Everyone’s making top-four lists. How weird is a top four. It’s so arbitrary, right? And we’re calling them Mount Rushmore lists, even though there are probably four sculpted heads there only because it would take far too long to chisel five. Where the heck did four come from? Oh, that’s right. Thanks for making every list in America for the past two months completely nonsensical...
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Jets History: 1970 Season

Coming off a disappointing loss to the eventual Super Bowl IV-champion Kansas City Chiefs in the 1969 American Football League (AFL) Playoffs, the Jets sought to soar into a new era of football in 1970. Image: Getty Images/Tony Tomsic Merger As planned, the AFL merged with the NFL in 1970 to create a single 26-team league. The former AFL teams moved into the new three-division American...
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Jets History: 1968 Season

A look back at Gang Green’s glory days—a Lombardi Trophy Change at the Top In 1967, the Jets achieved an 8-5-1 record, the first winning mark in the franchise’s eight-year history. However, while the team was gaining traction on the field and at the gate, the ownership situation was in chaos. The Jets had been owned by a five-man group consisting of Sonny Werblin, Donald Lillis...
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Joe Namath Calls Jeter an Angel

There are a lot of things that Broadway Joe Namath does excellently. Accurately predict his own playoff success. Stir up controversies on the sideline when he attends games. And wax so poetically about Derek Jeter that you’d think it was Robert Frost talking about a newborn animal. Namath was at training camp on Saturday to act as the Yankees unofficial co-manager for...
March 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Joe Namath: Derek Jeter is an 'angel'

Joe Namath was on hand to throw out the ceremonial first pitch between the Yankees and Nationals game Monday afternoon. And afterward the former Jets quarterback had nothing but glowing praise to say about fellow New York icon Derek Jeter.In short, Namath called Jeter an "angel" and lauded his life both on and off the field of play."Over all the years, I've learned...
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March 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Surprise! PETA Didn’t Like Joe Namath’s Fur Coat

Shocking news you’ll never believe: PETA released a statement expressing outrage over the $3,000 fur coat that Joe Namath wore during the coin flip at the Super Bowl, calling it a “caveperson coat”. Nice job not being gender specific. Cave feminists appreciate that.The real embarrassment on Sunday was Joe Namath’s caveperson coat. No matter what he spent on that eyesore,...
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February 06, 2014  |  Discuss

PETA upset about Joe Namath’s coat

Anyone who watched the coin flip of the Super Bowl couldn’t miss Joe Namath who was covered in a pile of animal fur that was apparently a coat. PETA released a statement expressing their feeling’s in a statement. “The real embarrassment on Sunday was Joe Namath’s caveperson coat,” PETA said in a statement. “No matter what he spent on that eyesore, the animals who were...
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February 05, 2014  |  1 Comment

Top 4 quarterback seasons in Jets franchise history

We could’ve gone with a Top 5 here. That probably would’ve made the most sense. But there aren’t really five great quarterback seasons in Jets history and we didn’t want to get too depressing with picking an awful No. 5. So here are your top-four best quarterbacked seasons in Jets franchise history: Joe Namath, 1967 You’d think Namath’s 1968 season would be on this list...
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February 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Joe Namath spent $3,000 on his coyote coat, PETA calls coat an embarrassment

Joe Namath got the Super Bowl off to a rousing start by walking out to midfield for the coin toss wearing a coyote fur coat. According to the Hollywood Reporter, Namath Googled “New York furs” and found Marc Kaufman whose shop he visited on the Wednesday before the Super Bowl. Kaufman says Namath tried on a “blue mink and a red fox”, but eventually settled on the coyote hooded...
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February 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Namath: Jets would've beaten up Idzik if he cut Rex

BY NICK ST. DENISThe New York Jets announced a contract extension for head coach Rex Ryan last month, just a couple weeks after owner Woody Johnson and general manager John Idzik assured the team Ryan would be around through next year.As far as Hall of Fame quarterback and Jets legend Joe Namath is concerned, the decision was good for Idzik's health.Namath said last weekend that...
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February 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Joe Namath’s Super Bowl Fur Coat Made Of Coyote, Fox Fur

Joe Namath made waves Sunday night when he showed up to do the ceremonial coin toss for Super Bowl XLVIII in a bulky, two-tone fur coat. Social media exploded with people applauding Namath’s keen fashion sense, and others decrying Broadway Joe for daring to wear fur. PETA, of course, was none too pleased with Namath’s choice of coat, and it certainly won’t be happy to hear...
February 04, 2014  |  Discuss

PETA Blasts Joe Namath for Wearing Fur Coat During Coin Toss

Sunday night many folks around the country wondered what the heck Joe Namath was doing in a fur coat at the Super Bowl. The answer was pretty easy--it was cold out and he was known for doing stuff like that back in his playing days.However, PETA was not feeling nostalgic when they saw it.@SBNationGIF/TwitterThe organization sent out several tweets during the game. Here is one of...
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February 03, 2014  |  Discuss

PETA Attacks Joe Namath For Wearing His Big Pimping Fur Coat

  PETA has been rubbing many NFL fans the wrong way all week. First, they slandered buffalo wings and now they’ve done the ultimate slap to the face, attack Joe Willie for his pimp coat. TOO many. RT @a_ryan88 Yo @peta, how many animals died to make Joe Namath's fur coat? — PETA (@peta) February 3, 2014 Really hope the fur coats in your #SuperBowl ad were FAKE, @FOXSports1...
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February 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Joe Namath Kisses Married Fox News Reporter

Who had a better Super Bowl than the Seahawks and Joe Namath? Nobody. By now, you know all about Broadway stealing the Super…
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February 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Joe Namath: I'd like Detroit Lions' Matthew Stafford on my team

Hall-of-Fame New York Jets quarterback Joe Namath has been vocal about some of his old team’s quarterbacks, once saying the Jets wasted a draft pick on Geno Smith and backing Mark Sanchez even after it became apparent the team was trying to push him out the door. So does Namath, 70, have any thoughts on Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford? “Yeah, I’d like him on our team,”...
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February 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Joe Namath Said $3K Fur Coat Was Perfect For Him (Photo)

Joe Namath was one of the stars of the Super Bowl last night after he broke out this show stopping fur coat. It turns out that Joe bought it last minute and when he saw it, he just had to have it: Joe Namath’s show-stopping fur coat was a last-minute purchase that he decided he “HAD” to have after seeing it at a fur store just days before the Super Bowl … TMZ Sports has...
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February 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Fashion Glance: NFL legend Joe Namath rocks a fur for coin toss at SB48

Back in the day when Joe Namath played for the Jets, his nickname was “Broadway Joe” because he was a bit flashy both on and off the field. Joe was selected to handle the coin toss duties for Super Bowl 48 between the Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos. Joe stole the show as he donned a fur quite similar to one he wore in the sidelines way back in 1971. Diddy approves!  ...
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February 03, 2014  |  Discuss

PETA upset with Joe Namath for fur coat, slams him on Twitter

Joe Namath managed to screw up the coin toss last night at the Super Bowl, but he looked marvelous doing so in his huge fur coat. Everyone on Twitter applauded the look, on a rather balmy early February night, because, well look at him: But there was one group not overly impressed by his flamboyance. […]Continue reading...
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February 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Joe Namath botches coin toss, nails fur coat

Maybe Joe Namath knew which side Seahawks captains Russell Wilson and Heath Farwell were going to choose for the ceremonial coin toss before Super Bowl XLVIII. Because Namath, dressed in a waist-length, hooded mink coat despite the seasonably warm weather conditions, tried to toss the coin before the captains had picked heads or tails. Referee Terry McAulay caught it before it landed...
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February 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Joe Namath was the other big winner in Super Bowl XLVIII

The Seahawks destroyed the Broncos 43-8 in Super Bowl XLVIII yesterday, but the night’s other big winner was former Jets QB Joe Namath, who was on hand for the ceremonial coin toss. Still stylish after all these years, the 70-year-old Namath showed up looking absolutely fabulous in a fur coat that was nothing short of pure pimp… Despite looking killer Namath did manage to screw...
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February 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Joe Namath needs do-over with Super Bowl XLVIII coin toss (Video)

New York Jets legend (and Super Bowl III MVP) Joe Namath was given the privilege of conducting the pregame coin toss at Super Bowl XLVIII on Sunday night with the captains of the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks. There was a bit of a hitch, however, as Namath tossed the coin up in the air before the Seahawks captains called heads or tails. Head referee Terry McAulay had to ...
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February 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Did Joe Namath Steal His Fur Coat from the Golf Boys?

During the incredibly awkward coin toss at last night’s Super Bowl, the world was treated to NFL Legend Joe Namath’s interesting choice of outwear: a hideously awesome fur coat.Shortly thereafter, PGA Tour player and part-time Golf Boys rapper Ben Crane suspected Namath may have borrowed the coat from Crane’s bandmate Hunter Mahan.Good news Golf Boys fans… I’m hearing that...
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February 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Video: Joe Namath botches Super Bowl coin flip

The demise of the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XLVIII can be blamed on many things, but perhaps the crucial turning point came before the game even started.This is because former NFL great Joe Namath hilariously botched the coin flip by not giving the Seattle Seahawks a chance to call heads or tails.Oops!Namath's ensuing flip resulted in a tails, which hadn't happened in...
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February 03, 2014  |  Discuss

JC Penny’s Twitter account appears to have been hacked during the Super Bowl

Super Bowl Sunday got off to a hot start with Joe Namath and fur coat prematurely flipping coin, and the 2-point safety on the first offensive play of the game.  The Twitter account of retail store, JC Penny, didn’t get off to as hot a start. Maybe they were hacked, or their social media person had a few too many drinks, but it looks like they could have used spell check before...
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February 02, 2014  |  Discuss

Joe Namath, a fur coat and a coin flip

The joke started with Joe Namath’s fur coat… And finished when he had his flip intercepted by the ref after an early flip.
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February 02, 2014  |  Discuss

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