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Thread: Who Else (if anyone) should be in the NY Jets "Ring of Honor"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAR I View Post
    Ellis. It's the more important position.

    Lewis or Ellis? Which do you prefer?

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    Lewis, by far

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    Quote Originally Posted by shuler82 View Post
    Roger Duffy? Jim Sweeney?
    If he's talking about Mawae then I guess we could put in Brett Farve, and Ronnie Lott too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warfish View Post
    I could see Wayne Chrebet. I could also see Pat Leahy.

    What about a certain future HOF Center not named Mangold?
    You think Joe Fields is going to make the Hall?

    Actually, he should be in the running for the Jets ROH. Dan Alexander was also a good Jet for a long time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAR I View Post
    There is one man who fits the following two criteria:

    Without question, the best assistant coach in New York Jets history.

    Widely regarded as in the Top 2 assistant coaches in his position in NFL history.

    SAR I
    Bump.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAR I View Post
    There is one man who fits the following two criteria:

    Without question, the best assistant coach in New York Jets history.

    Widely regarded as in the Top 2 assistant coaches in his position in NFL history.

    SAR I
    Larry Pasquale?
    Bud Carson?
    Bill Muir?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAR I View Post
    There is one man who fits the following two criteria:

    Without question, the best assistant coach in New York Jets history.

    Widely regarded as in the Top 2 assistant coaches in his position in NFL history.

    SAR I
    .....you referring to Belichick?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kennyo7 View Post
    Larry Pasquale?
    Bud Carson?
    Bill Muir?
    Quote Originally Posted by DrKanter113 View Post
    .....you referring to Belichick?
    Currently a Jets coach.

    Uses a cane.

    Potty mouth.

    Talks to Jets fans in marina bars.

    SAR I

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAR I View Post
    Currently a Jets coach.

    Uses a cane.

    Potty mouth.

    Talks to Jets fans in marina bars.

    SAR I
    As soon as I hit enter I thought Westhoff but you sometimes take the road less traveled so I stuck with my first guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warfish View Post
    Just curious, was reading some things on our Hall of Famers and Ring of Honor players to-date.

    Rather than re-hash the "Klecko should be in the Hall" debate, I'd rather see who we think deserves to be in our Ring of Honor that currently isn't?

    As a reference, the ring thus far:

    Joe Namath
    Curtis Martin
    Joe Klecko
    Larry Grantham
    Freeman McNeil
    Wesley Walker
    Don Maynar
    Winston Hill
    Weeb Ewbank
    Gerry Philbin
    Al Toon
    Mark Gastineau
    John Elliot (gastineau couldn't carry his jock), em boozer, Matt snell

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    unquestionably

    Quote Originally Posted by Timmy® View Post
    would you rather start a team with Shaun Ellis or Aaron Glenn?
    Aaron Glenn

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warfish View Post
    Just curious, was reading some things on our Hall of Famers and Ring of Honor players to-date.

    Rather than re-hash the "Klecko should be in the Hall" debate, I'd rather see who we think deserves to be in our Ring of Honor that currently isn't?

    As a reference, the ring thus far:

    Joe Namath
    Curtis Martin
    Joe Klecko
    Larry Grantham
    Freeman McNeil
    Wesley Walker
    Don Maynard
    Winston Hill
    Weeb Ewbank
    Gerry Philbin
    Al Toon
    Mark Gastineau

    Sonny Werblin - Its a shame he is not there

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    Marvin Powell, in a landslide. He and Hill are arguably HOF worthy, to say nothing of the Jets Ring of Honor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAR I View Post
    Currently a Jets coach.

    Uses a cane.

    Potty mouth.

    Talks to Jets fans in marina bars.

    SAR I
    I'll tell you that those fake punts have been much better designed, and much better blocked than any offensive plays we've run in years. It's a real shame he never got the OC job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NY's stepchild View Post
    I'll tell you that those fake punts have been much better designed, and much better blocked than any offensive plays we've run in years. It's a real shame he never got the OC job.
    Not sure his pedigree but he is a terrific ST coach.

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    Ahem..... Matt Snell!

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