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Extractions: J! E! T! S! Suck! Suck! Suck! It's well into football season again, and what better way to create more tension and hatred between fans of the New York Jets and New York Giants than to pronounce which is the true New York team. Luckily for Giants fans like me, the Jets' rough 2-5 start is fueling my choice of the Giants as the team of the Big Apple. Every three years the Giants and Jets meet in the regular season. This season, they are scheduled to match up on Sunday Nov. 2, and all Jets fans look forward to a win over their hated rivals. But all the evidence points to the G-men as the dominating image of football in the tristate area, which will continue for years to come, barring any drastic measures, like moving to a warmer climate or greener pastures, i.e. the Cleveland Browns fiasco.
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Extractions: "Broadway" Joe Namath was one of the most flamboyant quarterbacks in the history of the NFL. He is most famous for delivering on a pregame promise that his New York Jets would defeat the Baltimore Colts in Super Bowl III. This official Wilson NFL football displays Namath's autograph in silvertone paint pen. Manufacturer's Certificate of Authenticity. Made in USA. More Info
Extractions: Red Sox Patriots Celtics Bruins ... Other sports SPORTVIEW By Bill Griffith, Globe Staff, 12/23/2003 The only one unfazed by Saturday night's Joe Namath interview on ESPN was the party of the second part: sideline reporter Suzy Kolber. The interview took place just before halftime of the Patriots-Jets game, ESPN's ballyhooed 200th NFL telecast. It was both embarrassing and pathetic to see Namath, the Jets' all-time passing leader, throw two of the worst passes of his life, twice telling Kolber "I want to kiss you" during the conversation. ADVERTISEMENT Twenty-five years ago, "Broadway Joe" Namath might have gotten away with it; these days, Joe Namath couldn't. Kolber bailed out like a pro, shouting over the babbling Namath, "Thanks Joe. I'll take that as a huge compliment. Now back to you guys." Namath was on the field to be honored as part of the Jets' "Four Decades" all-time team at halftime at the Meadowlands. Namath had given a coherent, though seemingly slurred, answer to Kolber's first question about the Jets' Chad Pennington: "He's a quality, classy quarterback that has touch on the football. He's not a thrower, he's a quality passer. His mind is ahead of what the defense's is. If the Jets can support him they will win the championship." ESPN then cut to a live play with Kolber saying, "Hold it a second, Joe."
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Extractions: Now in our 33rd year, the Joe Namath/John Dockery Football Camp offers instructional football for campers between the ages of 8-18. The camp is broken down into four divisions based on size, ability, and previous playing experience. Camp for the summer of 2004 is scheduled for June 27th-July 2nd at Nichols College in Dudley, Mass. Check out all the latest stats, scores and stories from around the NFL and NCAA right here on Joe Namath's official site. Super Joe: Everything you ever wanted to know about Joe Namath. We'll take you from the early days in Beaver Falls, through his Alabama Years and right into the New York Jets. SportsLine gives you all of Joe's stats and game recaps while he played with the Jets. From career highlights to movie highlights, you can't go wrong. There's also an extensive photo collection from the earliest days. This Hall of Famer has quite an impressive history, and Super Joe covers all of it. Backyard Bomb
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Extractions: Les Colts de Baltimore étaient presqu'imbattables en 1968. Ils ont présenté un dossier de 13-1 en saison régulière, ont dominé leurs adversaiers 402-144 et ont massacré les Browns de Cleveland 34-0 lors de la finale de la NFL. Avant leur match face aux Jets de New York, les champions de la AFL, les Colts étaient favoris par 22 points. Mais les Jets n'étaient pas intimidés. Le quart-arrière Joe Namath s'est même permis de prédire une surprise des Jets. "Nous allons l'emporter dimanche, a-t-il mentionné aux journalistes. Je le garantis." Les Jets ont supporté les paroles de Namath avec une étonnante victoire de 16-7, qui est encore considérée aujourd'hui comme étant l'une des plus grandes surprises de l'histoire du sport. Les amateurs de football ont véritablement été sous le choc de voir les puissants Colts désintégrés face aux joueurs de l'"inférieure" AFL. Dans la seule première demie, les Colts ont raté deux placements et ont lancé trois interceptions dans la zone payante. La troisième interception a particulièrement été difficile pour les partisans de Baltimore. Sur le dernier jeu de la demie, les Colts se sont bien déployés pour permettre à Jimmy Orr de se retrouver fin seul à la ligne des buts. Mais le quart-arrière Earl Morrall ne l'a pas vu lever frénétiquement les bras et a plutôt lancé à Jerry Hill. La passe a été interceptée par Jim Hudson, et le momentum est demeuré du côté de New York.