Christ what a depressing slideshow. I love my team but damn we have had some absolute garbage at the QB position. Ever notice though the the Jets have also been cursed by some bad injury luck at this position? Namath with his many injuries after SB III, Vinny's achilles heel, Chad's hand and shoulder, Favre's tricep, hell even Pat Ryan's injury in the Cleveland playoff game (OB could not get the dam team moving after the Freeman TD). We always seem to get a QB injury at the worst damn times. I'm praying for Geno to stay healthy.
Malcolm Richard "Big Dick" Wood (born February 29, 1936 in Lanett, Alabama) is a former American football quarterback who played at Auburn before being drafted by the NFL Baltimore Colts in 1959. He never played for the Colts, and signed with the American Football League's Denver Broncos as a free agent in 1962.
Dick played for five different AFL teams during his football career, the only player to do so.
Dick Wood was the first quarterback to throw for a touchdown at Shea Stadium 
He completed 522 career passes for 51 touchdowns and 71 interceptions.
In 1966, his only season with the Miami Dolphins, Wood posted the then-worst all-time completion percentage for a season (minimum 200 attempts), surpassed only by Gary Marangi of the 1976 Buffalo Bills.
And yes, he was the first Jets QB with the Titan QBs being:
1962 Johnny Green (8) / Lee Grosscup (4) / Butch Songin (2) 1961 Al Dorow (14) 1960 Al Dorow (13) / Dick Jamieson (1)
They forgot Tom Tupa!!!!
scores were generally lower and obviously the passing numbers were much reduced. Still, you had to see Gale Sayers swivel thru tacklers; same with Jon Arnett,
and Hugh McEllhenny. Never saw Lance Alworth drop a pass, even though he never wore gloves. Players only played 12 or 14 game seasons, so their annual stats seem lower, than
the 2013 Offense minded game.
Hey, look at that!
I am #6 out of 34!!
I wish they had told me they were taking that pic. I would have sucked my gut in!!
I can still see Al Woodall just standing back in the pocket, standing, staring, looking, then blam! Throw it away, Al!! Ken OB was Marino in the pocket compared to Al.
Brett Farve 22 TDs and 22 INTs. Similar to Geno's present ratio.
Thanks for reminding me of the Bubbie Brister era...
HA!! I used to call him Bubbly Blister.
[QUOTE=Al Woodall Rocks!;5052977]Easy there Kimosabe.
I don't see a picture of 'jets27-23' in that album.
Did I mention that Al threw a good ball and was a really nice dude?!
I think Bob Davis may be most remembered for the game he started at Shea in 1971 against SF - where he got injured while the Jets were down like 3 TDs and Namath came off the bench and nearly pulled off the come-from-behind win.