New York Jets look to go winless on the road

It is so much easier for fans to be accepted in enemy territory with paper bags over their heads.The Jets have lost every road game in a season only twice in franchise history -- 1964 and 2005. They're 0-6. #nyj— Rich Cimini (@RichCimini) December 12, 2014The 1964 New York Jets finished 5-8-1. They lost all seven road games with only one loss fewer than 10 points. The Jets featured...
Via Patriots Life
5 days ago  |  Discuss

What if Namath chose the NFL?

Starting on February 14, 2014, Sam Quinn and The Sports Post have decided to run down the 52 Greatest What Ifs in NFL History, one per week, for the next year. For a list of published What Ifs, as well as the introductory piece, click here. There was no hotter quarterback prospect in 1965 than Alabama’s Joe Namath. Sought after by both leagues, Namath was taken No. 1 overall...
Via The Sports Post
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Von Miller’s Fur Hat Is From The Joe Namath Collection

Von Miller must have dipped into the Joe Namath Collection for this fur hat.
Via Gamedayr
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Joe Namath On Jets: Things Need To Be Addressed

Joe Namath is not one to hold his tongue, especially regarding the team he lead to the only Super Bowl they had, the NY Jets. The 2014 NFL season hasn’t been kind to a lot of team and one of those are the Jets. They have been struggling at the QB position and lacked real leadership. Even Rex Ryan has run out of excuses for the team. Namath has spoke of his displeasure with the...
Via BlackSportsOnline
14 days ago  |  Discuss

PHOTO: Blake Sims Rocks Joe Namath’s Fur Coats

Blake Sims rocked Joe Namath's fur coat, and posted this picture to Instagram on Wednesday.
Via Gamedayr
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Lee Corso Picked Alabama While Wearing A Matching Fur Coat With Joe Namath

This may be one of the greatest Lee Corso headgear photos ever. [Bleacher Report] The post Lee Corso Picked Alabama While Wearing A Matching Fur Coat With Joe Namath appeared first on Diehardsport.
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18 days ago  |  Discuss

Video: Lee Corso And Joe Namath Wear Giant Fur Coats, Listen To “Dixieland Delight”, Pick Alabama Over Auburn

A year ago, Auburn had one of the most dramatic victories in Iron Bowl history, vaulting it into the SEC Championship and, eventually, the BCS National Championship Game. This year, Alabama is looking to play for similar opportunities, and College GameDay’s Lee Corso didn’t let last year’s game dictate his 2014 pick. Alabama legend Joe Namath joined the GameDay crew as guest...
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18 days ago  |  Discuss

Joe Namath & Lee Corso Rock The Fur Coats on Gameday (Photos)

Only these two former college football legends could pull this off. Probably gonna frame this. — Isaac (@WorldofIsaac) November 29, 2014 Only on ESPN's @CollegeGameDay: @RealJoeNamath & Corso in fur coats in Tuscaloosa for #SaturdaySelections. — bill hofheimer (@bhofheimer_espn) November 29, 2014 Joe Namath pic...
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18 days ago  |  Discuss

Lee Corso Wears Fur Coat, Picks Alabama To Take Iron Bowl

Lee Corso decided to wear a fur coat and pick Alabama to win the Iron Bowl on Saturday. Joe Namath was so proud.
Via Gamedayr
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Joe Namath & Lee Corso Rocking The Fur Coats on Gameday (Photos)

PETA going to be marching to ESPN offices on Monday. Probably gonna frame this. — Isaac (@WorldofIsaac) November 29, 2014 Only on ESPN's @CollegeGameDay: @RealJoeNamath & Corso in fur coats in Tuscaloosa for #SaturdaySelections. — bill hofheimer (@bhofheimer_espn) November 29, 2014 Joe Namath
Via BlackSportsOnline
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Joe Namath Will Be The Celebrity Guest Picker On ESPN’s ‘College GameDay’ Saturday At Alabama

ESPN’s final College GameDay program of the 2014 college football regular season will broadcast Saturday morning on Alabama’s Tuscaloosa campus. The Crimson Tide, ranked No. 1 in the CFB Playoff poll, are set to host No. 15 Auburn in a rematch of what was the sport’s most exciting game in 2013.  Today, GameDay‘s executive producer Lee Fitting announced that former Alabama...
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19 days ago  |  Discuss

New York Jets: RGIII is not the Answer

In the wake of the news that Robert Griffin III’s time in Washington likely over after this season, it only made sense that the Jets were immediately thought of as a possible landing spot for the embattled former number two overall pick in the draft. After all, the Jets have been searching for a franchise quarterback since Joe Namath retired, and anytime a noteworthy name becomes...
Via Standing O Sports
19 days ago  |  Discuss

Joe Namath Complains About The Jets and Chargers Game

  Leave it to Joe to keep it real. As many of us do, we look forward to Sunday Football. The Jets are making it tough to watch the game. Joe Namath tweeted recently about today’s game. I'm watching the Jets play San Diego and it's no fun at all. — Joe Namath (@RealJoeNamath) October 5, 2014 We agree, Joe. It’s not fun. The post Joe Namath Complains About The Jets and Chargers...
Via Geeks and Cleats
October 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Joe Namath Ask How Many Ways Can a Team Beat Themselves and the New York Jets Answer

Joe Namath is a living legend; not just for New York Jets fans but for lovers of the game in general. He was one of the first larger than life personalities that the NFL ever saw and has not really stopped since the end of his playing days (when you're a legend you don't have to). While the man bleeds Jets green and will back the Jets with his dying breath he is like many fans of...
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September 22, 2014  |  Discuss

NFL Craziest Moments: "I Wanna Kiss You"

Get all of The Buzzer's previous "Craziest NFL Moments" here. "I wanna kiss you." Those four words uttered by Joe Namath rival his guarantee that the Jets would beat the Colts in Super Bowl III as the most memorable moment of his career. It happened during a Patriots-Jets "Monday Night Football" game on Dec. 20, 2003. Namath was in attendance for halftime ceremony and interviewed...
Via Fox Sports
August 14, 2014  |  Discuss

New York Jets: The 5 Greatest Players of All Time

The Jets, formerly the New York Titans, haven't reached the "Promise Land" in quite some time. To be exact, it was 1969. You know the story. The Baltimore Colts were 18 point favorites, but Joe Namath didn't care. He guaranteed victory over Don Shula's mighty Colts squad. New York won in what is still considered one of the biggest, if not the greatest, upset in Super Bowl history...
Via Football Nation
August 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Houston Antwine- Patriots hall of fame snub

American Football League All-Time team consists of 13 players who would reach the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, OH. They are: QB Len Dawson (Chiefs), QB Joe Namath (Jets), C Jim Otto (Raiders), Lance Alworth, WR (Chargers), Don Maynard, WR (Jets), Ron Mix, OT (Chargers), OG Billy Shaw (Bills), K George Blanda (Raiders), CB Willie Brown (Raiders), LB Bobby Bell (Chiefs), LB...
Via Patriots Life
July 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Johnny Manziel Bartending at the Club (Photos)

Is there anything that Johnny Manziel can’t do? Bartender, riding swans, making it rain, king of the Twodels, money phone, rolling cash in the bathroom and too many other things to mention. He is a modern day Joe Namath. Hope he is as good on the field as he is fun off of it. Before he jetted to Vegas for the 4th of July weekend, he played bartender according to TMZ at Rooftop...
Via BlackSportsOnline
July 07, 2014  |  Discuss

Joe Namath on Geno Smith: ‘I don’t see anything outstanding’

Credit: Mark Humphrey/ABC Geno Smith will be competing with Michael Vick for the New York Jets starting QB position. One former Jet Hall of Famer already thinks Vick will win the job, and you can probably count Joe Namath in as well. Speaking on WFAN radio, Namath definitely does not seem impressed with Smith’s skills on the football field: “I can’t evaluate Geno other than...
Via New York Sports-Kings
July 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Joe Namath disses Geno Smith, says he's 'pretty good,' not great

Second-year Jets QB Geno Smith just hasn’t impressed former New York Jets quarterback and Super Bowl champ Joe Namath. Namath, who played for the Jets from 1965 to 1976, calls Smith “pretty good,” but not great.
June 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Joe Namath speaks out on Jets quarterback “competition”

  photo credit:/slgckgc/ via”>cc   Joe Namath has finally spoken on the latest New York Jets quarterback saga. ‘Right now they have two quarterbacks that they’re talking about and, given help, given great blocking and great defense, they can with with those two quarterbacks,” Namath said Monday night on NFL Network...
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June 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Jets Time Capsule: 1976 Season

Feature Image: VSA Auctions Editor: Jets History will now be known as “Jets Time Capsule.” Coaching Change The Jets’ 1975 season had culminated with the team attaining a disappointing 3-11 record. Head Coach Charley Winner — New York’s general since the start of 1974 — was fired after a 2-7 start to 1975 and replaced by Offensive Coordinator Ken Shipp. The results under...
Via One Jet At A Time
June 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Namath on Manziel: 'He's gotta live his life'

Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel can add a Super Bowl-winning quarterback to his stable of supporters. Former New York Jets, and Hall of Fame, quarterback Joe Namath stood up for Manziel in an interview on NFL Network. When asked about Manziel's off-the-field activities, Namath said. "What difference does it make? Really. It is an example of the different eras and times...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
June 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Joe Namath on Manziel: “He’s Got to Live His Life, Man”

This is pretty simple to me. If Manziel is a good player the critics can huff and puff all they want, it won’t matter. If he falters everything he does off the field will be used against him. I am assuming he knows this and doesn’t care, which I respect. If he is going to flame out or ball out, he is going to do it his way. Not surprisingly Joe Namath has his back. Here is the...
Via BlackSportsOnline
June 10, 2014  |  Discuss

Namath defends Johnny Manziel

Johnny Manziel was one of the most heavily scrutinized college football players of all time, and the criticism has carried over into the start of his NFL career. Manziel has been partying it up in Las Vegas in between workouts, which has given some the impression that he is not taking his career seriously. Not […]
Via Larry Brown Sports
June 10, 2014  |  Discuss
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