just an fyi...
just an fyi...
actually, most if not all Jet fans would prefer to forget Johhny Hector's awful career with the team
Wow....this was a terrific piece of investigative journalism. So in depth, so moving. I really felt I was in the living room with him, replete with bear skin rugs and moose head on the walls....
A whole two sentences about our boy Johnny Hector.NOW
Now, Johnny Hector is giving back to others with a group he works for, known as the Peter Sports Management Mentor Program. This is a group of former athletes that help mentor and support individuals looking to embark on a career in sports.
Running back, turned mentor, #34 Johnny Hector
[QUOTE=sg3;4892592]actually, most if not all Jet fans would prefer to forget Johhny Hector's awful career with the team[/Q
I guess I must be in the minority...
5th leading rusher, 3rd in rushing TDs despite never really being the number 1 guy. Plus, he was just fun to watch.
The thing I remember about Hector is how they would always bring him into goal-line situations. He had a talent for hurdling over the scrum like an Olympic high jumper. They could never stop him from scoring a TD.
I would be proud to have had a career as "awful" as Johnny Hector
I would be very happy if the NY Jets could get 10 TD's from the back up RB this season. Johnny Hector was a Star at A&M and a decent RB for the NY Jets;
Missed this thread earlier. Count me as a fan of Hector as well. Lots of fun watching him run.