Joe Namath New York Jets NFL Pro Line Retired Player Replica Jersey
The New York Jets quarterback in Super Bowl III, played in Miami on Jan. 12, 1969 was Joe Namath. His opponent, the Baltimore Colts, were 18-point favorites and people were predictiong a blowout.
The Jets won, 16-7!!
1969 New York Jets Super Bowl III (24 Signatures) (Namath Signed In Blue & Team In Green)
The 1968-69 New York Jets finished the Regular Season 11-3 before heading into the playoffs. In the first round they beat the Oakland Raiders 27-23 to advance to Super Bowl III before knocking off the Baltimore Colts 16-7 at the Orange Bowl January 12, 1969. This New York Jets Super Bowl III 16×20 is signed by Joe Namath, Emerson Boozer, Matt Snell, Don Maynard, Bake Turner, Pete Lammons, Dave Herman, John Schmidt, Bob Talamini, Randy Rasmussen, Gerry Philbin, Paul Rochester, Carl McAdams, Al Atkinson, Ralph Baker, Larry Grantham, Bill Baird, Cornell Gordon, Randy Beverly, John Dockery, Earl Christy, Paul Crane, Jeff Richardson, and Mike D’Amato. Commemorate the 69 Jets with this amazing piece, a Steiner Sports Certificate of Authenticity is included as well as a list of the names on the photo.
MENS NEW YORK JETS JOE NAMATH MITCHELL & NESS WHITE 1968 RETIRED PLAYER VINTAGE REPLICA JERSEY
Prove you are the #1 Joe Namath fan with this retired player vintage replica jersey from Mitchell & Ness
MENS NEW YORK JETS JOE NAMATH MITCHELL & NESS GREEN 1968 RETIRED PLAYER VINTAGE REPLICA JERSEY
Prove you are the #1 Joe Namath fan with this retired player vintage replica jersey from Mitchell & Ness! He may have hung up his cleats, but his accomplishments on the field still resonate with every past, present, and future fan of the New York Jets. This New York Jets jersey features the name and number of your favorite player, the one and only Joe Namath, along with a mesh body and polyester fabric. NFL Shop is your source for officially licensed New York Jets gear.
Fanatics Authentic 1969 Jets vs. Colts 10.5″ x 14″ Matted Super Bowl III Program
Namath’s Momentous Upset
“Namath had a mighty arm, a battered knee and a stylish, almost mythical cockiness. In Super Bowl III, he engineered one of the great surprises in American sports history and earned the gratitude of every player who had worn an A.F.L. uniform.”