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Mike Francesa Suggests Joe Namath as Jets Football Czar in Woody Johnson's Absence

Jets owner Woody Johnson is going to be Donald Trump’s ambassador to the United Kingdom, which means that he is expected to cede day-to-day control of the football team.  408 more words


Back Stories: When Joe Namath Ruled The Sports World

NEW YORK (WCBS 880) — As WCBS Newsradio 880 celebrates 50 years of covering news in New York, we bring you a new daily series, called WCBS Back Stories, sharing new stories about the people, places and events that marked the past five decades. 57 more words

Joe Namath

Peyton's legs, Cutler's heart and Namath's knees: Building the worst NFL QB of all-time

This is a common debate among football fans: If you could create a Frankenstein-like quarterback out of the parts of any quarterback, how would you go about doing it? 376 more words


Alabama Football: Top 5 Best Crimson Tide Quarterbacks Of All Time Ranked

The University of Alabama is not short on football history. Anyone who has followed the college game is aware of this, particularly in the last ten or so years. 1,230 more words


There Used to be a Toy Store Here...

Rappaports Toy Bazaar, circa 1979

Where Rappaports used to be, 2016

Rappaport‘s Toy Bazaar was located on Third Avenue between 78th and 79th Streets for almost 90 years until it closed in 1981. 905 more words


In praise of the 1968 Baltimore Colts

By Tom Quiner

The NFL just wrapped its 14th week of the season (excluding tomorrow night’s Monday night game).

The Atlanta Falcons have the best offense in the league with a whopping 469 points, but their defense has given up 358 points, which is terrible. 217 more words


Recalling Another Saturday Night Dolphins/Jets Tilt, with Ann Margaret "Worrying" About Joe Namath

Unlike regarding so much of what is on the air, I try to check my facts before putting them on these posts.

I know it was a Saturday night game and am ALMOST certain, it was the game between the Miami Dolphins and New York Jets, that I researched to have been on October 10, 1970, at which I remember the great and beautiful Ann Margaret, being interviewed or at least talking with Merle Harmon, about Joe Namath. 364 more words