Matt Snell amassed 4,285 yards for the Jets from 1964-1972.
Emerson Boozer was a counterpart to Snell for many of this years (1966-75). He ran for a total of 5,135 yards during his time with the Jets.
Hall of Famer John Riggins led the Jets in rushing four of his five years with the team (1971-1975).
Freeman McNeil led the Jets in rushing for eight straight years and retired as the franchise's all-time leading rusher.
Adrian Murrell provided the Jets a solid running attack from 1993-1997, gaining 3,447 yards during that time.
In week 2 of the 2004 NFL season, Curtis Martin became the Jets' all-time leading rusher, surpassing Freeman McNeil.