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a somewhat unnecessary analysis of joe namath's 1968 mustache

i’ve been working with movie magazine for YEARS and, after awhile, one gets rather inoculated to the crazy. and so looking at this copy of july 1969’s… 428 more words


The Most Luxurious Tailgate You Can Attend This Football Season

Football season is upon us, meaning Americans everywhere will be doing some intense snacking. On Saturday, October 17th, the pound packing will reach new heights when NFL Legend, Super Bowl Champion, and Hall of Famer Joe Namath, and superstar chef (and die-hard Jets fan) Mario Batali take over the roof Pier 92 to host a tailgate to top all others in the most anticipated event in The New York City Wine & Food Festival’s set of unique programs. 114 more words

Joe Namath: 'Fitzpatrick Will Have To Play Himself Out Of Job'

Ryan Fitzpatrick was solid for the Jets in Week 1, completing 62.5 percent of his passes for 179 yards and two touchdowns. We’ll see how he performs Monday in Indianapolis, but if Fitzpatrick continues to play well, will he remain the Jets starting quarterback even when Geno Smith returns? 588 more words


Why I don’t like polls 6

What a doozy!?!? Now all things being equal and in the interest of full disclosure; I do not like Alabama. I never have. I never will. 422 more words


Joe Namath on New England Patriots Cheating Scandals | Jim Rome on SHOWTIME

NFL legend Joe Namath joins Jim Rome to give his take on the Patriots’ history of “bending rules.”


Joe Namath joins former Tide stars honoring Bear Bryant in new ad for Bryant Muesem

Joe Namath joined several other former Alabama stars and dignitaries in honoring legendary Alabama coach Paul “Bear” Bryant in an ad for the Bryant Museum. Namath, Sylvester Croom, Bob Baumhower, Bill Battle and Jeremiah Castille are among those shown reading the poem “This is the Beginning of a New Day”, which was one of Bryant’s favorite inspirational passages. 50 more words


Joe Namath: "No one has done it better than Tom Brady"

Hours before the New England Patriots and Pittsburgh Steelers kickoff the 2015 NFL season, Hall of Famer Joe Namath was praising Patriots quarterback Tom Brady on The Jim Rome Show. 496 more words