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November 30, 1981 | Paul Zimmerman
Richard Todd, despite a broken rib and a bum ankle, passed the Jets to a thriller of a win over Miami and into first in the AFC East
September 14, 1981 | Paul Zimmerman
September 25, 1978 | Joe Marshall
Off to their best start of the '70s and dreaming of a return to their glory days, the rebuilding New York Jets were rudely shot down by Seattle Quarterback Jim Zorn
September 13, 1976
Richard Todd has long idolized Joe Namath. Like Namath. Todd is a quarterback. Like Namath, he played for Bear Bryant at Alabama. Like Namath, he is single. Like Namath. he has Jimmy Walsh for a lawyer, and Walsh has...
January 12, 1976 | Larry Keith
And where was Alabama while all this was going on? The Crimson Tide failed to win the national championship for reasons as clear as the huge images on the six superscreens 10 miles above the Mardi Grass in the New...