Joe Namath Jets 1971 Topps 250
Joe Namath Jets 1971 Topps 250 Front Side
Born: May 31, 1943
First Year Pro: 1965
Home: New York, N.Y.
JOE AND MICKEY MANTLE ARE PARTNERS IN AN EMPLOYMENT AGENCY.
After not missing a game for over 5 years, Joe was forced to sit out the last 9 of 1970 with a broken wrist. Before being sidelined he was off to an impressive season with his passing. Joe opened 1970 with a 298-yard show against Cleveland and two weeks later at Buffalo he threw for 228-yards and two touchdowns, one of them a 72-yard bomb to Richard Caster. On October 18th, the day he was injured, Joe set Jet records with 62 passes attempted and 34 completed and had his third best day ever in terms of yardage with 397 against the Colts. Joe had 4 AFL All-Star game appearances and was named to the all-time ALL-AFL team.
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Joe Namath Jets 1971 Topps 250. Joe set Jet records with 62 passes attempted and 34 completed.