NEW YORK JETS - AUTOGRAPH CIRCA 1970 CO-SIGNED BY: JOHN SCHMITT, JOE NAMATH, JOHN RIGGINS, DON MAYNARD, RALPH BAKER, AL ATKINSON, LARRY GRANTHAM, WINSTON HILL, PETE LAMMONS, RANDY RASMUSSEN, GERRY PHILBIN, WIMP HEWGLEY, BOBBY HOWFIELD, MARK LOMAS, DAVE FOLEY, JOHN DOCKERY, BOB DAVIS, STEVE TANNEN, PAUL CRANE, SCOTT PALMER, RICH CASTER, DANNY DYCHES, EARLIE THOMAS, W.K. HICKS, STEVE HARKEY, JOHN LITTLE, GEORGE NOCK, CLIFF MCCLAIN, WAYNE STEWART, JOHN EBERSOLE, BILL ZAPALAC, CHRIS FARASOPOULOS, HARVEY NAIRN, JOHN MOORING - HFSID 290113
Sale Price $510.00
NEW YORK JETS (1970)
Thirty-five members of the team have signed these two sheets of paper in green felt tip.
Signatures: "Joe Namath", "Ralph Baker", "Wimp Hewgley", "Al/Atkinson", "Bobby/Howfield/#3", "Mark Lomas", "Dave Foley", "John Schmitt", "John/Dockery", "Randy Rasmussen", "Gerry Philbin", "Bab/Davis", "Winston Hill", "Steve Tannin" and 1 unidentified signer. In all 15 signatures on the first sheet; "John Riggins", "Paul/Crane", "Scott Palmer", "Rich/Caster/#88", "Danny/Dyches", "Earlie/Thomas", "W. K. Hicks", "Steve/Harkey", "Pete/Lammons", "John Little", "Don/Maynard", "Larry Grantham", "Cliff McLain", "Wayne/Stewart", "John Ebersole", "Bill/Zapalac", "Chris/Farasopoulos", "Harvey Nairn", "John Mooring", and "George Nock". In all 20 signers on the second sheet. 2 pages, 11x8½. The 1970 New York Jets under head coach Weeb Ewbank finished 4-10, third place in the AFC East. But this team was only two seasons removed from the Super Bowl championship team of 1968, which had garnered the first victory for a team from pre-merger American Football League over the heavily favored Baltimore Colts, and had gone 21-7 over the prior two seasons. Not until 1981 would the Jets have another winning season, but the signers here include many of the stars from the glory seasons. Signers here include Hall of Fame quarterback JOE NAMATH, and Pro Bowlers MATT SNELL (fullback), GEORGE SAUER (wide receiver), DON MAYNARD (flanker), JIM TURNER (kicker), and GERRY PHILBIN (defensive end). In overall fine condition, with a few creases at the lower left and right corners of both pages and a central vertical fold passing through a couple names.
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