New York Jets stories in the SI Vault
Show-Biz Sonny And His Quest For Stars By Robert H. Boyle, July 19, 1965Sonny Werblin of the Jets and his two rookie quarterbacks, Joe Namath and John Huarte, form pro football's most interesting triangle.
Say It's So, Joe By Tex Maule, January 20, 1969And say it Joe did, boasting over and over again that his Jets would whip the mighty Colts in the Super Bowl. Then came Sunday -- and Joe Namath quit talking and began to throw. Just like he said ...
In Todd They Trust By Paul Zimmerman, November 30, 1981Richard Todd, despite a broken rib and a bum ankle, passed the Jets to a thriller of a win over Miami and into first in the AFC East.
No! No! No! Gastineau By Bruce Newman, September 05, 1984The NFL outlawed his sack dance but the Jets' Mark Gastineau still plans to make his presence felt, particularly by opposing quarterbacks.
Power Play By Peter King, February 17, 1997Owners are increasingly willing to give the coach total control, but a two-headed monster is still hard to beat.
Heart And Soul By Michael Silver, December 11, 2000Curtis Martin's commitment to excelling for the Jets is equaled only by his desire to find lasting happiness off the field.
Brett Propelled By Paul Zimmerman, August 18, 2008The frenzy surrounding his unretirement has subsided, and now the real work begins for Brett Favre and the Jets. While it doesn't hurt to hope, they might be wise to temper expectations.
Strange Brew By Jim Trotter, May 24, 2010The Jets added several brand names to their roster, but are these players worth the potential chemistry hit?