New York had this helmet logo after changing their nickname to the Jets. They only wore it for one season.
The 1963 New York Jets team photo.
Hall of Famer Weeb Ewbank led the Jets to their only Super Bowl title in 1968.
Don Maynard was elected to the Hall of Fame in 1987. He still holds the team record for career receptions and receiving yards.
Quarterback Joe Namath was the first passer in NFL history to throw for 4,000 yards in a season.
Hall of Fame fullback John Riggins began his NFL career with the Jets where he played for five seasons before joining the Washington Redskins.
Jets punter Steve O'Neal booted this one an NFL record 98 yards against the Denver Broncos on Sept. 21, 1969.
Freeman McNeil is the Jets' all-time leading rusher. He gained 8,074 yards from 1981 to 1992.
Emerson Boozer's 52 rushing touchdowns still ranks first all-time in the team record book.
Bill Baird holds the Jets' career mark for interceptions. He recorded 34 INTs during his career from 1963 to 1969.
Kicker Pat Leahy scored 1,470 yards for the Jets from 1974 to 1991. His career points total is still a Jets record.
Wide receiver Al Toon set the Jets' single-season mark for receptions when he hauled in 93 passes during the 1988 season.
Wesley Walker holds numerous Jets' receiving records including his four TD grabs during a game in 1986.