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    Jets ALL-TIME Season Leaders

    Was browsing season stats for the Jets and figured I would post the best single season for NY Jets QBs, RBs, and WRs. Reference - [url]www.Pro-Football-Reference.com[/url]

    *Pro Bowl
    +1st team All Pro

    [B]Passing Yards[/B]

    1. Joe Namath - 1967* - 24yrs - 4007 yards
    2. Ken O'Brien - 1985* - 25yrs - 3888 yards
    3. Vinny Testaverde - 2000 - 37yrs - 3732 yards
    4. Ken O'Brien - 1986 - 26yrs - 3690 yards
    5. Richard Todd - 1983 - 30yrs - 3478 yards

    [B]Passing Touchdowns[/B]

    1. Vinny Testaverde - 1998* - 35yrs - 29 tds
    2. (t) Al Dorow - 1960 - 31yrs - 26 tds
    2. (t) Joe Namath - 1967* - 24yrs - 26 tds
    4. (t) Richard Todd - 1981 - 28yrs - 25 tds
    4. (t) Ken O'Brien - 1986 - 26yrs - 25 tds
    4. (t) Ken O'Brien - 1985* - 25yrs - 25 tds

    [B]QB Rating [/B](min. 9 GS)

    1. Chad Pennington - 2002 - 26yrs - 104.2 (12gs, 22td, 6int, 68.9%)
    2. Vinny Testaverde - 1998* - 35yrs - 101.6 (13gs, 29td, 7int, 61.5%)
    3. Ken O'Brien - 1985* - 25yrs - 96.2 (16gs, 25td, 8int, 60.9%)
    4. Chad Pennington - 2004 - 28yrs - 91.0 (13gs, 16td, 9int, 65.4%)
    5. Richard Todd - 1982 - 29yrs - 87.3 (9gs, 14td, 8int, 58.6%)

    [B]Rushing Yards[/B]

    1. Curtis Martin - 2004*+ - 31yrs - 1697 yards
    2. Curtis Martin - 2001* - 28yrs - 1513 yards
    3. Curtis Martin - 1999 - 26yrs - 1464 yards
    4. Thomas Jones - 2009 - 31yrs - 1402 yards
    5. Freeman McNeil - 1985* - 26yrs - 1331 yards

    [B]Rushing Touchdowns[/B]

    1. Thomas Jones - 2009 - 31yrs - 14 tds
    2. Thomas Jones - 2008* - 30yrs - 13 tds
    3. Curtis Martin - 2004*+ - 31yrs - 12 tds
    4. (t) Johnny Hector - 1987 - 27yrs - 11 tds
    4. (t) Emerson Boozer - 1972 - 29yrs - 11 tds
    4. (t) Brad Baxter - 1991 - 24yrs - 11 tds

    [B]Receptions[/B]

    1. Al Toon - 1988* - 25yrs - 93 rec
    2. Laveranues Coles - 2006 - 29yrs - 91 rec
    3. Laveranues Coles - 2002 - 25yrs - 89 rec
    4. Keyshawn Johnson - 1999* - 27yrs - 89 rec
    5. Richie Anderson - 2000* - 29yrs - 88 rec

    [B]Reception Touchdowns[/B]

    1. (t) Art Powell - 1960+ - 23yrs - 14 tds
    1. (t) Don Maynard - 1965* - 30yrs - 14 tds
    3. Wesley Walker - 1986 - 31yrs - 12 tds
    4. (t) Rich Caster - 1972* - 24yrs - 10 tds
    4. (t) Santana Moss - 2003 - 24yrs - 10 tds
    4. (t) Keyshawn Johnson - 1998* - 26yrs - 10 tds
    4. (t) Don Maynard - 1968* - 33yrs - 10 tds
    4. (t) Don Maynard - 1967* - 32yrs - 10 tds

    [B]Receiving Yards[/B]

    1. Don Maynard - 1967* - 32yrs - 1434 yards
    2. Don Maynard - 1968* - 33yrs - 1297 yards
    3. Don Maynard - 1960 - 25yrs - 1265 yards
    4. Laveranues Coles - 2002 - 25yrs - 1264 yards
    5. Don Maynard - 1965* - 30yrs - 1218 yards

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    interesting stuff...thanks...how long before curtis martin debate? did it already begin?

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    One stat I found interesting is Joe Namath is the only NY Jet to pass for over 4,000 yards. Even what's more amazing about that is he did it in only a 14 game season and was the 1st NFL QB ever to go for over 4,000 yards for a season.

    Kinda surprised Vinny didn't get to that mark with us, no one has 30 tds either in a year.


    Before its all said and done I think Sanchez can find his way on some of these lists, the guys has some real potential IMO.

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    In today's passing game, I wonder what Maynard's stats would look like?

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    [QUOTE=Jetdawgg;3541599]In today's passing game, I wonder what Maynard's stats would look like?[/QUOTE]

    For Real, the Jets are probably one of the only teams to have there franchise single season passing and receiving leaders play in the 1960's in Namath and Maynard.

    Now a days with all the rules geared towards helping the passing game they would of teared the league up.

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    [QUOTE=Jetdawgg;3541599]In today's passing game, I wonder what Maynard's stats would look like?[/QUOTE]

    I believe his most telling stat is his YPC + receptions.

    Highest ever (when total career receptions are factored in)

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