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‘05
NEW YORK JETS VS. TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS
NEW YORK JETS GAME RELEASE

NFL WEEK FIVE, GAME FIVE


SUNDAY, OCTOBER 9, 2005
MEADOWLANDS, EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ
1:00 PM E.T. KICKOFF
FOX, ESPN 1050 RADIO, 77 WABC AND
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All-Time Regular Series Record: 7-1 Last Meeting: Jets 21-17, Sept. 24, 2000 at Tampa

THIS WEEK: The New York Jets (1-3) host the NEW YORK JETS
NFC South Tampa Bay Buccaneers (4-0) on 2005 SCHEDULE/RESULTS
Sunday, October 9 at 1:00 p.m. New York Jets’ ♦PRESEASON (3-1)
Head Coach Herm Edwards, who served as the Day Date Opponent Time/Score
Bucs’ assistant head coach/secondary coach, Fri. Aug. 12 DETROIT W, 10-3
will face his former team for the first time. The Fri. Aug. 19 MINNESOTA W, 28-21
Fri. Aug. 26 at New York Giants L, 14-15
only two teams in the NFL that Edwards has not Thurs. Sept. 1 at Philadelphia W, 37-14
coached against, entering this weekend, are the
Bucs and the Atlanta Falcons, who the Jets will ♦REGULAR SEASON (1-3)
face on October 24, in a Monday Night game in Day Date Opponent Time/Score
Sun. Sept. 11 at Kansas City L, 7-27
Atlanta. Sun. Sept. 18 MIAMI W, 17-7
Sun. Sept. 25 JACKSONVILLE L, 20-26
LAST WEEK: The Jets traveled to Baltimore Sun. Oct. 2 at Baltimore L, 3-13
and dropped a hard-fought defensive affair, 13- Sun. Oct. 9 TAMPA BAY 1:00 p.m. (FOX)
3. The Jets were held without a touchdown for Sun. Oct. 16 at Buffalo 4:15 p.m. (CBS)
Mon. Oct. 24 at Atlanta Falcons 9:00 p.m. (ABC)
the first time since Dec. 12, 2004, when they lost Sun. Oct. 30 ---BYE--- -------------
17-6 at Pittsburgh. The Jets’ defense held the Sun. Nov. 6 SAN DIEGO 1:00 p.m. (CBS)
Sun. Nov. 13 at Carolina 4:05 p.m. (CBS)
Ravens to two field goals and a single Sun. Nov. 20 at Denver 4:15 p.m. (CBS)
touchdown, but the Ravens’ defense lived up to Sun. Nov. 27 NEW ORLEANS 8:30 p.m. (ESPN)
their billing as one of the stoutest defensive Sun. Dec. 4 at New England 4:15 p.m. (CBS)
Sun. Dec. 11 OAKLAND 1:00 p.m. (CBS)
units in the NFL. Meanwhile, the Bucs battled Sun. Dec. 18 at Miami 1:00 p.m. (CBS)
out a hard-fought win over the Detroit Lions at Mon. Dec. 26 NEW ENGLAND 9:00 p.m. (ABC)
home, 17-13 and improved to 4-0, joining Sun. Jan. 1 BUFFALO 1:00 p.m. (CBS)

Indianapolis, Washington and Cincinnati as the 2005 Key Stats and NFL Rankings
lone unbeaten teams in the NFL after four Jets NFL Rank Bucs NFL Rank
Total Offense 245.3 28 327.3 18
weeks. Rush Offense 68 30 141.8 4
Pass Offense 177.3 26 185.5 24
TELEVISION: FOX Sports will televise the Total Defense 297.8 12 220.3 1
game, the only time in 2005 that the network will Rush Defense 129.5 12 61.5 1
Pass Defense 168.3 4 158.8 3
carry a Jets’ game. Handling the play-by-play Turnover Ratio +1 13t +3 7t
will be Dick Stockton, with former Syracuse Points per Game (avg.) 11.8 30 19.3 16
Pts. Allowed per Game (avg.) 18.3 14 11.3 3
Orangemen star fullback and former Dallas
Cowboy Daryl Johnston providing the game
analysis. Former Indianapolis Colts and JETS PUBLIC RELATIONS CONTACTS
Baltimore Ravens nose tackle Tony Siragusa Ron Colangelo Doug Miller Jared Winley
will handle reports from the sidelines. Vice President Director Manager
516.560.8107 516.560.8106 516.560.8152

J-E-T-S
NEW YORK JETS VS. BUCCANEERS 10.9.05

THIS WEEK’S MEDIA SCHEDULE


Tuesday, October 4 Thursday, October 6
Complex Closed Practice 11:30-12:00
Wednesday, October 5 Open to Media
HC Herm Edwards 10:30 a.m. Open Locker Room 1:30-2:15 p.m.
Tampa HC Jon Gruden 11:15 a.m. Friday, October 7
Tampa player TBA to follow Practice 11:00-11:30
Practice Open to Media 11:30-12:00 Open to Media
Open Locker Room 1:30-2:15 p.m. Open Locker Room 12:30-1:00 p.m.
NYJ Player CC to Tampa 2:00 p.m. Head Coach Herm Edwards 1:15 p.m.
HC Herm Edwards CC to TB 2:15 p.m.
THE HEAD COACHING CORNER
NEW YORK JETS’ HERM EDWARDS
PERSONAL: Born April 27, 1954 in Fort Monmouth, N.J.
HIGH SCHOOL: Monterey (Calif.)
COLLEGE: California, then San Diego State (degree in criminal justice).
TRANSACTIONS: Signed as non-drafted free agent by Philadelphia Eagles
(May, 1977) … Released by Eagles (Sept. 8, 1986) … Signed by Los Angeles
Rams (Sept. 15, 1986) …. Released by Rams
Most Playoff Appearance, 2001-2004
(Oct. 20, 1986) … Signed by Atlanta Falcons 1t. Philadelphia 4
(Nov. 3, 1986) … Announced retirement (Nov. 1t. Green Bay 4
3t. New York Jets 3
11, 1986). 3t. New England 3
3t. Indianapolis 3
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: Played in SB XV … 3t. St. Louis 3
played in 142 games, recording 33 3t. Pittsburgh 3

interceptions for 98 yards and one touchdown … first career interception came
off Joe Namath.
BACKGROUND: DB Coach, San Jose State (1987-1989) …. Scout, Kansas
City Chiefs (1990, 1991 and 1995) … DB Coach, Kansas City Chiefs (1992-
1994) … Assistant Head Coach/DB Coach, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1996-2000)
… Head Coach, New York Jets (2001-present).
HEAD COACHING RECORD
Regular Season Postseason
W L T Pct. W L
2001 10 6 0 .625 0 1
2002 9 7 0 .563 1 1
2003 6 10 0 .375 - -
2004 10 6 0 .625 1 1
2005 1 3 0 .250 - -
Totals 36 32 0 .529 2 3

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TAMPA BAY’S JON GRUDEN


PERSONAL: Born August 17, 1963 in Sandusky, Ohio
HIGH SCHOOL: South Bend Clay High School
COLLEGE: University of Dayton (degree in communications)
BACKGROUND: Passing Game Coordinator, Southeast Missouri State (1988)
… WR Coach, University of Pacific (1989) … Offensive Assistant, San Francisco
49ers (1990) … WR Coach, University of Pittsburgh (1991) … WR Coach, Green
Bay Packers (1992-1994) … Offensive Coordinator, Philadelphia Eagles (1995-
1997) … Head Coach, Oakland Raiders (1998-2001) … Head Coach, Tampa
Bay Buccaneers (2002-present).
HEAD COACHING RECORD
Regular Season Postseason
W L T Pct. W L
1998 8 8 0 .500 - -
1999 8 8 0 .500 - -
2000 12 4 0 .750 1 1
2001 10 6 0 .625 1 1
2002 12 4 0 .750 3 0
2003 7 9 0 .438 - -
2004 5 11 0 .313 - -
2005 4 0 0 1.000 - -
Totals 66 50 0 .569 5 2
CONNECTIONS:
For the New York Jets…
Head Coach Herm Edwards was the Ass. Head Coach/ DB Coach for Tampa
Bay from 1996-2000 and worked with Current Tampa Bay coaches Monte Kiffin,
and Rob Marinelli … QB Vinny Testaverde was with Tampa Bay from 1987-
1992 following his selection as the first player chosen overall in the 1987 Draft
…VP of Player Development Kevin Winston served in a similar capacity for
Tampa Bay for four seasons before joining the Jets in 2001…Offensive
Coordinator Mike Heimerdinger had two stints at the University of Florida. The
first as a graduate assistant in 1980 and the wide receivers coach from 1983-
1987…QB Coach Jeremy Bates held two positions with Tampa Bay: Offensive
quality control coach from 2002-2003 and Asst. QB coach in 2004…Director of
Physical Development Markus Paul was a S with Tampa Bay in 1993…Pro
Scout Brendan Prophett spent the 1999 preseason with the AFL’s Orlando
Predators…Senior Director of College Scouting Jesse Kaye earned small school
All-American honors at the University of Tampa…WR Laveranues Coles was
born in Jacksonville, FL and majored in nutrition and fitness at Florida State.
For the Tampa Bay Buccaneers…
Owner/President Malcolm Glazer was born in Rochester, NY…Executive VPs
Bryan Glazer, Joel Glazer and Edward Glazer are natives of Rochester,
NY…General Manager Bruce Allen previously worked for the New York-based

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WR Grace & Co….Defensive Coordinator Monte Kiffin was the LB coach for the
Jets in 1990…Offensive Coordinator/ O Line Coach Bill Muir was the Jets
offensive line coach from 1995-2001 and spent the 2001 season working with
Jets Head Coach Herm Edwards…QB Coach Paul Hackett was the Jets’
Offensive Coordinator/QB coach from 2001-2004…WR Coach Richard Mann
held two different positions with the Jets, WR coach in 1994 and 1996 and
WR/TE coach in 1995…Ass. Strength and Conditioning Coach Mike Morris
played at Syracuse University from 1981-1985…Ass. DB Coach Raheem Morris
received his Bachelor of Science degree from Hofstra University while playing
there from 1994-1997. In 1998 he was a GA there and returned for a third time
in 2000-2001 as the DB coach. Morris left Hofstra for an internship with the
Jets…RB Coach Art Valero received a coaching fellowship with the Jets in
1998…Defensive Quality Control Coach Joe Woods was a DB coach at Hofstra
University from 1998-2000…College Scout Reggie Cobb played his last NFL
season with the Jets in 1996…College Scout Brian Gardner spent the 1990
season with New York’s AFL team…Head Team Orthopedic Surgeon Dr. John
Zvijac graduated from the State University of New York at Buffalo School of
Medicine…TE Anthony Becht was a first-round draft choice of the Jets in 2000,
along with current Jets Shaun Ellis, John Abraham and Chad Pennington. Becht
played for the Jets through the 2004 season before signing with the Bucs as a
UFA this past spring … S Will Allen played at Ohio State with Jets K Mike
Nugent…T Anthony Davis was born in Paterson, NJ…TE Dave Moore was
born in Morristown, NJ…T Lance Nimmo was signed by the Jets in 1993, but
remained inactive for all 16 games…RB Ian Smart attended both C.W Post and
North Babylon High School…T Chris Colmer attended Port Jefferson High
School and was born in State Brook, NY.
NEW FACES: The Jets, playoffs participants in three-of-the-last four seasons
under Executive Vice President & GM Terry Bradway and Head Coach Herm
Edwards’ direction, continue to infuse the team with new faces. In total, 45 of
the players on the Jets’ roster, not including injured reserve, have been brought
in since Bradway and Edwards took over the reigns of the organization. The Jets
brought in 20 new faces in 2004 and 18 new players this season.
MARTIN THE WORKHORSE: RB Curtis Martin embodies Head Coach Herm
Edwards’ mantra that the Jets are a blue-collar team. Martin, from the mean
streets of Pittsburgh, could enjoy true superstar treatment should he ever opt for
it. Yet, the RB, in his 11th season and the fourth all-time leading rusher in NFL
history, has been the mainstay of the Jets’ offense this season, with 82 carries
for 226 yards on the ground and 10 receptions for 45 yards. Martin has
averaged a franchise-record 85.6 yards per game rushing since 1998 with the
Jets, his first season in Gotham.

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NFL’S ALL-TIME LEADING RUSHERS


Player Season G Att Yds Avg Lg TD
1 Emmitt Smith 1990-2004(15) 226 4409 18355 4.2 75t 164
2 Walter Payton 1975-1987(13) 190 3838 16726 4.4 76 110
3 Barry Sanders 1989-1998(10) 153 3062 15269 5.0 85 99
4 Curtis Martin 1995-2005(11) 160 3380 13592 4.0 70t 85
5 Jerome Bettis 1993-2004(12) 180 3369 13294 3.9 71t 82
6 Eric Dickerson 1983-1993(11) 146 2996 13259 4.4 85t 90
7 Tony Dorsett 1977-1988(12) 173 2936 12739 4.3 99t 77
8 Jim Brown 1957-1965(9) 118 2359 12312 5.2 80t 106
9 Marcus Allen 1982-1997(16) 222 3022 12243 4.1 61t 123
10 Franco Harris 1972-1984(13) 173 2949 12120 4.1 75t 91
Martin owns the third-most carries by a player in NFL history (3,380) and trails
the legendary Walter Payton by 458 carries for the second most rushing
attempts.
MOST CAREER RUSHING ATTEMPTS IN NFL HISTORY
Player Season G Att Yds Avg Lg TD
1 Emmitt Smith 1990-2004(15) 226 4409 18355 4.2 75t 164
2 Walter Payton 1975-1987(13) 190 3838 16726 4.4 76 110
3 Curtis Martin 1995-2005(11) 160 3380 13592 4.0 70t 85
4 Jerome Bettis 1993-2004(12) 180 3369 13294 3.9 71t 82
5 Barry Sanders 1989-1998(10) 153 3062 15269 5.0 85 99
6 Marcus Allen 1982-1997(16) 222 3022 12243 4.1 61t 123
7 Eric Dickerson 1983-1993(11) 146 2996 13259 4.4 85t 90
8 Franco Harris 1972-1984(13) 173 2949 12120 4.1 75t 91
9 Tony Dorsett 1977-1988(12) 173 2936 12739 4.3 99t 77
10 John Riggins 1971-1985(14) 175 2916 11352 3.9 66t 104

NEW YORK JETS ALL-TIME LEADING RUSHERS


Martin is the Club’s all-time leading rusher with 9,793 yards and currently stands
just 207 yards from reaching the 10,000 yard mark during his career with the Jets
(1998-current).
Player Season G Att Yds Avg Lg TD
1 Curtis Martin 1998-2005(8) 115 2422 9793 4.0 60t 53
2 Freeman McNeil 1981-1992(12) 144 1798 8074 4.5 69 38
3 Emerson Boozer 1966-1975(10) 118 1291 5135 4.0 54 52
4 Matt Snell 1964-1972(9) 87 1057 4285 4.1 60 24
5 Johnny Hector 1983-1992(10) 126 1051 4280 4.1 64 41
6 John Riggins 1971-1975(5) 61 928 3880 4.2 42 25
7 Bill Mathis 1960-1969(10) 137 1044 3589 3.4 79 37
8 Adrian Murrell 1993-1997(5) 73 860 3447 4.0 78 15
9 Brad Baxter 1989-1995(7) 94 779 2928 3.8 31 35

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10 Scott Dierking 1977-1983(7) 102 731 2901 4.0 40 18

Career Passing Stats


Year Team Lg G GS Att Cmp Pct Yds Yd/A TD TD% Int Int% Lg Sack Lost Rate
1987 TB NFL 6 4 165 71 43.0 1081 6.6 5 3.0 6 3.6 40 18 140 60.2
1988 TB NFL 15 15 466 222 47.6 3240 7.0 13 2.8 35 7.5 59t 33 292 48.8
1989 TB NFL 14 14 480 258 53.8 3133 6.5 20 4.2 22 4.6 78t 38 294 68.9
1990 TB NFL 14 13 365 203 55.6 2818 7.7 17 4.7 18 4.9 89t 38 330 75.6
1991 TB NFL 13 12 326 166 50.9 1994 6.1 8 2.5 15 4.6 87t 35 234 59.0
1992 TB NFL 14 14 358 206 57.5 2554 7.1 14 3.9 16 4.5 81t 35 259 74.2
1993 Cle NFL 10 6 230 130 56.5 1797 7.8 14 6.1 9 3.9 62t 17 101 85.7
1994 Cle NFL 14 13 376 207 55.1 2575 6.8 16 4.3 18 4.8 81t 12 83 70.7
1995 Cle NFL 13 12 392 241 61.5 2883 7.4 17 4.3 10 2.6 70t 17 87 87.8
1996 Bal NFL 16 16 549 325 59.2 4177 7.6 33 6.0 19 3.5 86t 34 270 88.7
1997 Bal NFL 13 13 470 271 57.7 2971 6.3 18 3.8 15 3.2 54t 20 129 75.9
1998 NYJ NFL 14 13 421 259 61.5 3256 7.7 29 6.9 7 1.7 82t 19 140 101.6
1999 NYJ NFL 1 1 15 10 66.7 96 6.4 1 6.7 1 6.7 27t 0 0 78.7
2000 NYJ NFL 16 16 590 328 55.6 3732 6.3 21 3.6 25 4.2 63 13 71 69.0
2001 NYJ NFL 16 16 441 260 59.0 2752 6.2 15 3.4 14 3.2 40t 18 122 75.3
2002 NYJ NFL 5 4 83 54 65.1 499 6.0 3 3.6 3 3.6 35 9 62 78.3
2003 NYJ NFL 7 7 198 123 62.1 1385 7.0 7 3.5 2 1.0 61 6 48 90.6
2004 Dal NFL 16 15 495 297 60.0 3532 7.1 17 3.4 20 4.0 53 34 182 76.4
Totals NFL 217 204 6420 3631 56.6 44475 6.9 268 4.2 255 4.0 89t 396 2844 75.4
Career Rushing/Receiving Stats
Year Team Lg G GS Rush Yds Avg Lg TD Rec Yds Avg Lg TD
1987 TB NFL 6 4 13 50 3.8 17 1 0 0 - - 0
1988 TB NFL 15 15 28 138 4.9 24 1 0 0 - - 0
1989 TB NFL 14 14 25 139 5.6 16 0 0 0 - - 0
1990 TB NFL 14 13 38 280 7.4 48t 1 1 3 3.0 3 0
1991 TB NFL 13 12 32 101 3.2 19 0 0 0 - - 0
1992 TB NFL 14 14 36 197 5.5 18 2 0 0 - - 0
1993 Cle NFL 10 6 18 74 4.1 14 0 0 0 - - 0
1994 Cle NFL 14 13 21 37 1.8 12 2 0 0 - - 0
1995 Cle NFL 13 12 18 62 3.4 14 2 1 7 7.0 7 0
1996 Bal NFL 16 16 34 188 5.5 22 2 0 0 - - 0
1997 Bal NFL 13 13 34 138 4.1 16 0 1 -4 -4.0 -4 0
1998 NYJ NFL 14 13 24 104 4.3 25 1 0 0 - - 0
2000 NYJ NFL 16 16 25 32 1.3 15 0 0 0 - - 0
2001 NYJ NFL 16 16 31 25 0.8 12 0 0 0 - - 0
2002 NYJ NFL 5 4 2 23 11.5 24 0 0 0 - - 0
2003 NYJ NFL 7 7 6 17 2.8 13 0 0 0 - - 0
2004 Dal NFL 16 15 21 38 1.8 10 1 0 0 - - 0
Totals NFL 217 204 406 1643 4.0 48t 13 3 6 2.0 7 0

NFL’S ALL-TIME LEADING PASSERS


Player Season G Att Cmp Pct Yds TD Rate
1 Dan Marino 1983-1999(17) 242 8358 4967 59.4 61361 420 86.4
2 John Elway 1983-1998(16) 234 7250 4123 56.9 51475 300 79.9
3 Brett Favre 1991-2005(15) 212 7116 4379 61.5 50472 381 87.1
4 Warren Moon 1984-2000(17) 208 6823 3988 58.4 49325 291 80.9
5 Fran Tarkenton 1961-1978(18) 246 6467 3686 57.0 47003 342 80.4
6 Vinny Testaverde 1987-2004(18) 217 6420 3631 56.6 44475 268 75.4
7 Dan Fouts 1973-1987(15) 181 5604 3297 58.8 43040 254 80.2
8 Drew Bledsoe 1993-2005(13) 176 6173 3523 57.1 40870 228 77.1
9 Joe Montana 1979-1994(15) 192 5391 3409 63.2 40551 273 92.3
10 Johnny Unitas 1956-1973(18) 211 5186 2830 54.6 40239 290 78.2

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HOBSON MANS’ STRONG-SIDE: Third-year LB Victor Hobson, the Jets’


second round draft pick in 2003, has been a defensive stalwart for the Jets this
season. The 6-0, 252-pound native of Mt. Laurel, NJ nearly scored his first
career TD on Sunday at Baltimore when he scooped up a Jamal Lewis that had
been forced by starting CB David Barrett’s well-timed hit. Hobson grabbed the
loose ball and rumbled 43-yards to the Baltimore one before TE Todd Heap’s
desperation tackle ended Hobson’s bid for the score. Hobson finished third on
the team in tackles with 10 stops on Sunday and now has 21 tackles this season
along with one pressure and the fumble recovery. For his career, Hobson has
played in 32 regular season games, making 16 starts, and has 125 tackles, two
sacks, two interceptions for 28 yards, three passes defensed, a forced and
recovered fumble.
NEW YORK JETS AT BALTIMORE RAVENS NOTES
October 2, 2005
M & T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, MD
Inactives: #3 QB Kliff Kingsbury (3rd QB), #9 QB Jay Fiedler, #10 QB Chad
Pennington, #35 B.J. Askew, #50 Eric Barton, #76 Steve Morley, #97 Trevor
Johnson.
Captains: #28 Curtis Martin, #52 Kenyatta Wright, and #92 Shaun Ellis.
Lineup Changes: LB Mark Brown started in place of the injured Eric Barton at
JACK, while Adrian Jones moved to LT and Jason Fabini moved to RT.
Vilma Shall Lead Them: For the third straight game MLB Jonathan Vilma, with
15 tackles on Sunday at Baltimore, led the Jets in tackles. The second-year
2005 first round draft choice, 12th overall from “The U” has racked up 52 tackles
through four games this season. Vilma spearheaded a defensive unit that
allowed only 259 yards of total offense to the Ravens and limited them to 2.6
yards per rushing play.
Abe’s Impact: WE/LB John Abraham had his streak of three consecutive
games with a sack snapped on Sunday, yet the former South Carolina
Gamecock was all over the field, harassing Ravens’ running backs and putting
pressure numerous times on QB Anthony Wright. Abraham, who has seen
double-team blocks all season, still manages to elude blockers and make plays
all over the field. He was credited with five tackles at Baltimore.
Bollinger Makes First Career Start: Third-year quarterback Brooks Bollinger
made his first career start. Bollinger finished the game completing 14-of-28
passes for 149 yards with zero interceptions and touchdowns for a passer rating
of 65.9 against one of the most aggressive and opportune defenses in the
league. Bollinger got the starting nod due to shoulder injuries to both Chad
Pennington and Jay Fiedler.
Martin-Blaylock Open Game in Backfield: Running Backs Curtis Martin and
Derrick Blaylock started the game in the same backfield.

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Ravens Take 3-0 Lead: The Ravens’ Matt Stover connected on a 42-yard field
goal with 6:31 remaining in the first quarter, ending a 10-play, 32-yard drive in
4:50 in time of possession.
Baltimore Extends Lead with Second Field Goal: Stover hit a 25-yard field
goal with 3:47 left in the second quarter, ending a nine-play, 65 yard drive in
5:33. The field goal gave the Ravens a 6-0 lead.
Barrett FF & Hobson FR: CB David Barrett stripped Jamal Lewis following a
one-yard run, strong-side LB Victor Hobson alertly scooped up the ball and
returned it 43-yards to the Baltimore 1. The Jets, however, lost two-yards on the
drive and settled for a Mike Nugent 21-yard field goal, cutting the Ravens’ lead to
6-3. It was Barrett’s second forced fumble in as many weeks, having stripped
Jacksonville wide receiver Reggie Williams of the ball last week and the forced
fumble this week. It also marked the third turnover caused by Barrett in the last
three games, as he intercepted a Gus Frerotte in the Jets’ game two win against
the Miami Dolphins.
Ravens Up Lead; Register Final Points of the Game: The Ravens extended
their lead to 13-3 with a Jamal Lewis one-yard TD run with 3:12 left in the third
quarter, ending a 12-play, 71 yard drive in 8:05.
Coleman Interception Rounds Out Secondary Sweep: FS Erik Coleman
intercepted an Anthony Wright deep pass in the Jets’ end zone intended for WR
Clarence Moore in the fourth quarter. Despite playing with a surgically repaired
broken thumb, Coleman positioned himself perfectly on the pass. In doing so, he
joined fellow starting secondary members Ty Law, David Barrett and Kerry
Rhodes with an interception thus far this season. Last season Coleman had a
team-high four interceptions.
Brown Steps In: Third-year linebacker Mark Brown stepped in and replaced an
injured Eric Barton at the jack linebacker spot and responded with 12 tackles,
the second most on the team. The former rookie free agent from Auburn has
played every linebacking spot for the Jets the last three seasons, having stepped
in and replaced an injured Victor Hobson for six games last season. Brown’s 12
tackles on Sunday were a career-high, and matched his tackle output from the
entire 2004 season.
DID YOU KNOW? The last time Curtis Martin lost a fumble to the opposing
team was on November 2, 2003 vs. the Giants in the second quarter. Martin has
touched the ball 724 times (652 rushes and 72 receptions) since his last lost
fumble that was recovered by an opponent during the regular season. In game
two, Martin was stopped on a fourth-and-goal in the second quarter against
Miami. On the play, Martin fumbled and the ball was recovered in the end zone
by Jerald Sowell. However, it was not ruled a touchdown as the only person who
could recover the ball for the Jets would have been Martin. Thus, he was credited
with one rush for zero yards and the Jets turned the ball over on downs, thus in a
twist, Martin was not officially credited with a fumble, keeping his streak intact.

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GAME FOUR: NEW YORK JETS 3 AT BALTIMORE RAVENS 13


BALTIMORE, MD. (Oct. 2, 2005) – The Jets dropped New York Jets 0 0 3 0 3
their second straight game of the season when they Baltimore Ravens 3 3 7 0 13
were defeated by the home Ravens, 13-3 in front of the TEAM SCORING PLAY SCORE
second-largest crowd in Ravens’ history. BAL M. Stover 42 yd. Field Goal 0-3
BAL M. Stover 25 yd. Field Goal 0-6
Jamal Lewis scored on a 1-yard run, Matt Stover kicked JETS M. Nugent 21 yd. Field Goal 3-6
two field goals, and Baltimore sacked Brooks Bollinger BAL J. Lewis 1 yd. run (M. Stover kick) 3-13
five times in a 13-3 victory. JETS BAL
Baltimore (1-2) held Curtis Martin to 30 yards on 13 First Downs 8 17
Third Downs 3/14 5/14
carries, and New York (1-3) made only six first downs Total Net Yards 152 259
and had 90 yards in offense through the first 56 minutes. Net Yards Rushing 28 115
Net Yards Passing 124 144
Playing in his second NFL game, first as a starter, Pass attempts-comp-int 28-14-0 21-15-1
Bollinger went 14-for-28 for 149 yards in place of injured Times sacked yards lost 5-25 0-0
starter Chad Pennington, who's out for the season with a Punts-average 9-42.2 5-46.2
Punt returns-yards 4-32 4-56
torn right rotator cuff. Backup Jay Fiedler also is out with Kickoff returns-yards 4-89 2-52
a shoulder injury. Penalties-yards 5-39 3-19
Fumbles-lost 0-0 1-1
"It's frustrating. I can't really put it into words. It's tough," Time of possession 21:59 38:01
Bollinger said. "I want to do well for these guys. I finally PASSING
got an opportunity where I knew they were counting on Jets Att Cmp Yds TD-I Ravens Att Cmp Yds TD-I
me; it was my time to make a contribution. And I didn't B. Bollinger 28 14 149 0-0 A. Wright 21 15 144 0-1
do enough for us to win today." Totals 28 14 42 0-0 Totals 21 15 36 0-1
The Ravens didn't generate much offense either, but RUSHING
Jamal Lewis, ran for a season-high 81 yards on 29 Jets Att. Yds Lg TD Ravens Att Yds Lg TD
carries and scored his first touchdown of the season. C. Martin 13 30 8 0 J. Lewis 29 81 9 1

David Barrett caused Lewis to fumble, and Victor D. Blaylock 2 -2 1 0 C. Taylor 11 32 9 0


Hobson took the ball 43 yards to the Baltimore 1, but two A. Wright 5 2 4 0
runs by Martin and a sweep by Bollinger lost 2 yards, Totals 15 28 8 0 Totals 45 115 9 1
forcing Edwards to summon Mike Nugent to kick a 21- RECEIVING
yard field goal. Jets Rec. Yds Lg TD Ravens Rec. Yds Lg TD
J. McCareins 3 59 32 0 D. Mason 5 54 32 0
"That's one of the most disappointing things of the day," C. Baker 3 29 21 0 T. Heap 4 39 24 0
Bollinger said. "The (bootleg) we ran down there, I C. Martin 3 15 6 0 C. Taylor 2 24 20 0
should have thrown that away. We ended up losing a D. Jolley 2 15 12 0 A. Ricard 1 11 11 0
couple of yards on it." L. Coles 1 16 16 0 D. Wilcox 1 10 10 0
D. Blaylock 1 10 10 0 M. Clayton 1 4 4 0
The Ravens followed the Jets' score with a 13-play, 71- J. Sowell 1 5 5 0 O. Mughelli 1 2 2 0
yard drive that made it 13-3 late in the third quarter. Totals 14 149 32 0 Totals 15 144 32 0
Although Lewis handled the majority of the work, Wright
completed an 11-yard pass to Derrick Mason and a 24- INDIVIDUAL DEFENSE
JETS: INT: E. Coleman 1-0 Sacks: None Leading Tackler: J. Vilma 15
yarder to Todd Heap to set up a touchdown run by BAL: INT: None Sacks: P. Boulware 1-10, R. Lewis 1-1, A. Thomas 1-5
Jamal Lewis. Leading Tackler: R. Lewis 9
The Ravens used two field goals by Stover to take a 6-0
lead in a lackluster first half.
Stover kicked a 42-yard field goal on Baltimore's second
possession, giving the Ravens their first lead of the
season.

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GAME THREE: NEW YORK JETS 20 AT JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS 26 (OT)


EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (Sept. 25, 2005) – The New Jacksonville Jaguars 3 7 3 7 6 26
York Jets dropped a 26-20 overtime loss at the hands of New York Jets 14 3 3 7 0 20
the Jacksonville Jaguars on a 36-yard TD pass from QB TEAM SCORING PLAY SCORE
Byron Leftwich to WR Jimmy Smith midway the overtime JAX J. Scobee 32 yd. Field Goal 3-0
session to give the Jaguars the win. JAX E. Wilford 21 yd. pass from B. Leftwich (J. Scobee kick)10-0
JETS J. Sowell 1 yd. run (M.Nugent kick) 10-7
The Jets (1-2) may have bigger troubles: quarterback JETS J. Reed 33 yd. fumble return (M. Nugent kick) 10-14
JAX J. Scobee 40 yd. Field Goal 13-14
Chad Pennington strained his right shoulder, and backup JAX F. Taylor 3 yd. run (J. Scobee kick) 20-14
Jay Fiedler sustained a right shoulder injury. JETS M. Nugent 35 yd. Field Goal 20-17
JETS M. Nugent 25 yd. Field Goal 20-20
Pennington and Leftwich gamely played through pain, JAX J. Smith 36 yd. pass from B. Leftwich 26-20
but in the end, Leftwich left his good friend hurting even
worse. JAX JETS
First Downs 16 12
Leftwich finished 16-of-23 for 177 yards with one Third Downs 10/20 3/12
touchdown and one interception despite battling through Total Net Yards 308 168
Net Yards Rushing 139 89
a groin injury. Fred Taylor had a career-high 37 carries Net Yards Passing 169 79
for 98 yards and a touchdown. The win was big for the Pass attempts-comp-int 24-16-1 22-11-2
Jaguars (2-1), who put in a strong effort last week at Times sacked yards lost 2-8 4-16
Indianapolis but came up just short. Punts-average 6-50.0 7-48.6
Punt returns-yards 5-31 3-(-3)
Pennington briefly exited the game in the fourth quarter Kickoff returns-yards 4-93 3-75
with a strained shoulder, but returned three plays later Penalties-yards 9-85 6-44
Fumbles-lost 3-2 3-1
after back-up QB Jay Fiedler was injured after Time of possession 40:31 25:34
scrambling and falling awkwardly on his shoulder. But it PASSING
wasn't long before Pennington was back in. Jaguars Att Cmp Yds TD-I Jets Att Cmp Yds TD-I
Pennington finished 9-of-19 for 76 yards and two B. Leftwich 23 16 177 2-1 C. Pennington 19 9 76 0-2
interceptions, and coach Herm Edwards said Bollinger M. Jones 1 0 0-0 0-0 J. Fiedler 3 2 19 0-0
might have to start next week at Baltimore. Pennington Totals 1 0 0 1-1 Totals 22 11 33 0-2
said he felt the same amount of pain as when he initially RUSHING
hurt his shoulder last year. Jaguars Att. Yds Lg TD Jets Att Yds Lg TD

Curtis Martin finished with 67 yards on 18 carries. The F. Taylor 37 98 14 1 C. Martin 18 67 16 0


Jets had 168 yards of offense, and Jacksonville held the A. Pearman 4 22 12 0 C. Pennington 3 15 14 0
ball for nearly 15 more minutes. B. Leftwich 2 12 7 0 D. Blaylock 3 6 4 0
G. Jones 4 7 3 0 J. Sowell 1 1 1 0
Despite those numbers, the Jets had a chance to win in Totals 47 139 14 1 Totals 25 89 16 0
the end. Mike Nugent kicked a 25-yard field goal to send RECEIVING
the game into overtime. The kick came after an officials Jaguars Rec. Yds Lg TD Jets Rec. Yds Lg TD
review overturned a called touchdown – it was ruled R. Williams 5 54 23 0 L. Coles 4 17 8 0
Wayne Chrebet bobbled the 7-yard pass from M. Jones 4 31 14 0 C. Baker 3 45 30 0
Pennington. J. Smith 2 41 36 1 C. Martin 2 4 4 0
E. Wilford 2 35 21 1 J. McCareins 1 16 16 0
Pennington threw an interception to start the extra
B. Jones 2 8 5 0 W. Chrebet 1 13 13 0
period. Leftwich also tossed a pick, but the Jets got
A. Pearman 1 8 8 0
pinned deep thanks to two penalties and punted.
Totals 16 177 36 2 Totals 11 95 30 0
Jacksonville got the ball back on the Jets 34 and took
advantage.
INDIVIDUAL DEFENSE
JAX: INT: R. Mathis 1-9, D. Cooper 1-0 Sacks: P. Spicer 3-
14 Leading Tackler: M. Peterson 10
JETS: INT: K. Rhodes 1-0 Sacks: J. Abraham 1-5, B.
Thomas 1-3 Leading Tackler: J. Vilma 13

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GAME TWO: NEW YORK JETS 17 VS. MIAMI DOLPHINS 7


EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (Sept. 18, 2005) -- Early in Miami Dolphins 0 0 0 7 7
the fourth quarter Sunday, with the game on the line, New York Jets 7 3 0 7 17
Jets coach Herm Edwards walked up to his franchise TEAM SCORING PLAY SCORE
quarterback on the sideline. JETS L. Coles 7 yd. pass from Pennington (M.Nugent kick) 0-7
JETS M. Nugent 41 yd. Field Goal 0-10
Edwards told Chad Pennington, "We have to score." MIA R. McMichael 4 yd. pass from G. Frerotte (O. Mare kick) 7-10
JETS J. Sowell 1 yd. pass from C. Pennington (M. Nugent kick) 7-17
The Miami Dolphins had just closed the gap to 10-7 and
the defense needed a breather. Pennington promptly MIA JETS
went out and led a beautiful drive, making up for his First Downs 15 20
Third Downs 4/14 6/15
struggles early on, and helped seal a 17-7 victory over Total Net Yards 235 271
the Dolphins with a 1-yard score to Jerald Sowell. Net Yards Rushing 66 98
Net Yards Passing 169 173
On the drive, Pennington went 7 of 7 for 74 yards. He Pass attempts-comp-int 43-20-1 30-19-0
finished 19 of 30 for 190 yards, with two touchdowns and Times sacked yards lost 2-8 2-17
no interceptions. Punts-average 7-40.6 7-44.1
Punt returns-yards 5-26 3-12
"We talk about our football team complementing each Kickoff returns-yards 4-73 0-0
other," Pennington said. "The Dolphins put a good drive Penalties-yards 10-88 5-40
Fumbles-lost 3-0 3-0
together, and on offense we needed to step up and put Time of possession 26:01 33:59
some points on the board. That's what we did." PASSING
He gave them their keys to victory: protecting the Dolphins Att Cmp Yds TD-I Jets Att Cmp Yds TD-I
football, establishing the run, stopping the run, and G. Frerotte 43 20 177 1-1 C. Pennington 30 19 190 2-0
limiting penalties. The Jets did all of those with success Totals 43 20 63 1-1 Totals 30 19 49 2-0
against Miami (1-1), which returned to form following a RUSHING
surprising win over Denver last week. Dolphins Att. Yds Lg TD Jets Att Yds Lg TD
R. Brown 12 35 9 0 C. Martin 31 72 14 0
New York had no turnovers, ran for 98 yards, held Miami
to 66 on the ground, and committed five penalties for 40 S. Morris 4 23 7 0 D. Blaylock 2 14 11 0
yards. C. Chambers 1 8 8 0 C. Pennington 1 12 12 0
H. Evans 1 0 0 0
"I didn't think blue collar necessarily meant ugly," Jets Totals 18 66 9 0 Totals 34 98 14 0
guard Pete Kendall said. RECEIVING
Edwards hardly cared. Dolphins Rec. Yds Lg TD Jets Rec. Yds Lg TD
R. McMichael 8 77 21 1 J. McCareins 5 87 37 0
"They realized what type of football team we are," C. Chambers 3 21 9 0 L. Coles 5 68 25 1
Edwards said. "We have to do the little things well. It L. Diamond 3 14 7 0 W. Chrebet 3 22 12 0
doesn't look pretty all the time -- pretty doesn't win." W. Welker 2 21 15 0 J. Sowell 3 4 2 1
D. Boston 2 18 12 0 C. Martin 2 6 3 0
"He got hot and he made some good throws," Dolphins M. Booker 1 21 21 0 C. Baker 1 3 3 0
safety Lance Schulters said of Pennington. "He looked R. Brown 1 5 5 0
fine to me." Totals 20 177 21 1 Totals 19 190 37 2
The Jets harassed Frerotte throughout the game,
finishing 20 of 43 for 177 yards with a touchdown and an INDIVIDUAL DEFENSE
interception. The Dolphins also failed to muster much of MIA: INT: None Sacks: K. Carter 1-8, J. Seau 1-9 Leading
Tackler: J. Seau 12, Z. Thomas 12
a running attack. Rookie Ronnie Brown, who came into JETS: INT: D. Barrett 1-1 Sacks: J. Abraham 1-6, S. Ellis 1-
the game with a slight shoulder injury, had 35 yards on 2 Leading Tackler: J. Vilma 11
12 carries.

NOTE: The Jets honored former linebackers Marvin Jones and Mo Lewis at a
halftime ceremony. Both stopped playing after the 2003 season, and signed with
the Jets this past off-season to officially retire as Jets.

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GAME ONE: NEW YORK JETS 7 AT KANSAS CITY CHIEFS 27


KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The Chiefs' revamped defense -- the New York Jets 0 0 0 7 7
product of a busy, wheeling-and-dealing off-season – proved to Kansas City Chiefs 14 3 3 7 27
be the story of the day in the Chiefs’ home-opening 27-7 win
TEAM SCORING PLAY SCORE
over the visting New York Jets. KC L. Johnson 35 yd. run (L. Tynes kick) 0-7
The Jets were mistake-prone throughout the game, highly KC P. Holmes 3 yd run (L. Tynes kick) 0-14
KC L. Tynes 41 yd. Field Goal 0-17
uncharacteristic of the teams Herm Edwards has fielded
KC L. Tynes 38 yd Field Goal 0-20
throughout his head coaching career. The Jets committed KC L. Johnson 4 yd run (L. Tynes kick) 0-27
three turnovers (two lost fumbles and an interception) and NYJ C. Baker 23 yd pass from J. Fiedler (M. Nugent kick) 7-27
were penalized eight times for 80 yards.
NYJ KC
Kansas City, playing in front of an enthusiastic full house, First Downs 19 23
started fast on offense, -- Larry Johnson rushed for 110 yards Third Downs 8/16 4/10
and two touchdowns on nine carries and Priest Holmes added Total Net Yards 390 389
85 yards and a touchdown. Net Yards Rushing 57 198
Net Yards Passing 333 191
Spurred on by newcomers like Sammy Knight, Patrick Surtain Pass attempts-comp-int 44-27-1 26-15-1
and Derrick Johnson, the new-look defense forced seven Times sacked yards lost 3-19 1-9
fumbles and recovered two. Chad Pennington was sacked Punts-average 3-44.3 2-48.5
three times and intercepted once. Punt returns-yards 2-8 0-0
Kickoff returns-yards 6-182 2-39
Curtis Martin was held to 57 yards on 20 carries -- 139 fewer Penalties-yards 8-80 4-26
than he had in last year's season opener against Cincinnati en Fumbles-lost 7-2 1-0
route to the NFL rushing title. Time of possession 31:29 28:31
PASSING
Jay Fiedler enabled the Jets to avoid their first shutout since
Jets Att Cmp Yds TD-I Dolphins Att Cmp Yds TD-I
Dec. 24, 1995, when he hit Chris Baker on a 23-yard
touchdown pass with 29 seconds to go. C. Pennington 34 21 264 0-1 T. Green 26 15 200 0-1
J. Fiedler 10 6 88 1-0
"I wish we could have made more of a game of it, but it wasn't," Totals 10 6 88 1-1 Totals 0 0 0 0-2
said Jets’ coach Herm Edwards. "They took us behind the
woodshed and whupped us." RUSHING
Jets Att. Yds Lg TD Chiefs Att Yds Lg TD
On their first three possessions, the Chiefs had touchdown
C. Martin 20 57 11 0 L. Johnson 9 110 35 2
drives of 75 and 95 yards and a 41-yard field goal. Holmes had
a 35-yard run on the first drive, then Johnson, who is C. Pennington 2 0 0 0 P. Holmes 22 85 35 1
challenging him for playing time, finished it off with a 35-yard J. Fiedler 1 0 0 0 T. Richardson 1 4 4 0
dash into the end zone. D. Hall 1 0 0 0
T. Green 1 -1 -1 0
Pennington, coming off shoulder surgery, also had several
passes dropped, including one that might have gone for a Totals 23 57 11 0 Totals 34 198 35 3
touchdown in the second half. RECEIVING
Jets Rec. Yds Lg TD Chiefs Rec. Yds Lg TD
"The opportunity was there to get the momentum going in our
C. Baker 7 124 33 1 E. Kennison 4 76 37 0
favor, and I pretty much let the team down," Coles said. "I just
L. Coles 6 66 22 0 T. Gonzalez 4 51 17 0
have to go back to work this week and try to make up for it."
J. Sowell 3 52 28 0 S. Parker 2 23 14 0
The Jets were hurt by more kicking woes, bringing back bad J. McCareins 3 39 19 0 R. Cruz 1 15 15 0
memories of the two missed field goals in a three-point loss to W. Chrebet 3 33 18 0 C. Horn 1 11 11 0
Pittsburgh in last year's playoffs. Nugent, drafted in the second C. Martin 3 20 14 0 L. Johnson 1 11 11 0
round out of Ohio State, slipped while attempting a 28-yard D. Jolley 2 18 11 0 D. Hall 1 8 8 0
field goal and Hicks blocked the low-trajectory ball. P. Holmes 1 5 5 0
Trent Green, who underwent vascular surgery on his left leg on Totals 27 352 33 1 Totals 15 200 37 0
Aug. 30, connected on his first eight passes, but wound up just
15-for-26 for 200 yards. Pennington was 21-for-34 for 264 INDIVIDUAL DEFENSE
yards. NYJ: INT: T. Law 1-0 Sacks: J. Abraham 1-9 Leading
Tackler: J. Vilma 12
Holmes scored on a 3-yard run on the Chiefs' second KC: INT: P. Surtain 1-53 Sacks: S. Knight 1-8, J. Allen 1-5,
possession, a 95-yard drive on which Green completed all six D. Johnson 1-6 Leading Tackler: D. Johnson 9, S. Knight 9.
of his passes for 87 yards. Lawrence Tynes added field goals
of 41 and 38 yards for the Chiefs, both coming after Jets’
fumbles.

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HEAD OF HIS CLASS: Herm Edwards was one of six coaches to be named a
head coach prior to the start of the 2001 season. Of the six head coaches, only
two are with the team that hired them, Edwards and Kansas City’s Dick Vermeil.
Besides the aforementioned two, the only other coach that is currently a head
coach is Marty Schottenheimer, who was hired by the Washington Redskins in
2001 and then had his contract terminated at the conclusion of the season. He
subsequently was named as the head coach of the San Diego Chargers before
the 2002 season.
Edwards is tied with his former Head Coach Dick Vermeil for the most wins (36),
and owns the second highest-winning percentage (.532), is the only one of the
six coaches to have guided his team to multiple playoff appearances (three) and
is joined by his former head coach, Vermeil, as the only two coaches to have
garnered a division title.

HEAD COACHING CLASS of 2001


Coach Team 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 Totals
Herm Edwards New York Jets 10-6* 9-7** 6-10 10-6* 1-3 36-32
Dick Vermeil Kansas City Chiefs 6-10 8-8 13-3** 7-9 2-2 36-32
Marty Schottenheimer Washington Redskins 8-8 8-8 (SD) 4-12 (SD) 12-4 (SD)** 1-2 33-34
Butch Davis Cleveland Browns 7-9 9-7* 5-11 3-10 24-37
Gregg Williams Buffalo Bills 3-13 8-8 6-10 N/A 17-31
Marty Mornhinweg Detroit Lions 2-14 3-13 N/A N/A 5-27

NO FLAG ON THE PLAY; JETS LEAST PENALIZED TEAM UNDER


EDWARDS BY A LANDSLIDE: The Jets began the 2005 season in
uncharacteristic fashion, having committed eight penalties for 80 yards. Yet, in
week two, they bounced back and only committed five infractions for 40 yards,
much more along the lines of a team under the direction of Herm Edwards. In
the week three OT loss to Jacksonville, the Jets committed six fouls for 44 yards.
Under Edwards, the Jets are the least penalized team in the NFL since 2001.
Against Baltimore in week four, the Jets committed five infractions for 39 yards.
TAKING CARE OF THE BALL: Under Head Coach Herm Edwards, the New
York Jets have been the best team, bar none, of any NFL team in terms of
turning the football over the fewest times. Under Edwards, the Jets have only
turned the ball over 79 times in the 67 regular season games he has directed the
Green and White (an average of 1.18 times per game). The 2 turnovers are the
fewest, by a margin of 15 turnovers over the Eagles.
CANTON BOUND - - - MARTIN’S ‘HUMBLE’ PURSUIT: Running back Curtis
Martin, it certainly seems, is heading, eventually to the Hall of Fame in Canton,
Ohio. But the modest Martin would certainly never engage in such a topic and
would quickly quell the story. This coming from a man whose least favorite topic
to speak about would be any of his thousands of accomplishments on and off the
football field. What separates Martin from many of the modern day athletes? “I
have heard and firmly believe the saying, ‘To whom much is given, much is
expected. I am humbled by the contract that Mr. Johnson, Terry Bradway and

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Coach Edwards have seen fit to award me,’ Martin said after signing a contract
extension prior to the start of the 2002 season.
BOLLINGER TAKES OVER: Third-year quarterback Brooks Bollinger took over
the reigns of the Jets’ offense for game four at Baltimore after both Chad
Pennington and Jay Fiedler suffered shoulder injuries against the Jacksonville
Jaguars on September 26. Bollinger, the son of former University of North
Dakota offensive coordinator Robert Bollinger, the current associate athletic
director at the school, was a four-year starter at Wisconsin, where he compiled a
30-12 record and led the school to a Rose Bowl win in 1999. The 2003 sixth-
round draft choice (200th overall) of the Jets entered the game having only played
in one previous NFL contest, at Jets’ win at Arizona on November 28, 2004,
when he replaced a woozy Quincy Carter and went five-of-nine passing for 60
yards.
BROOKS BOLLINGER’S CAREER STATISTICS
Career Passing Stats
Year Team Lg G GS Att Cmp Pct Yds Yd/A TD TD% Int Int% Lg Sack Lost Rate
2004 NYJ NFL 1 0 9 5 55.6 60 6.7 0 0.0 0 0.0 26 1 8 76.2
2005 NYJ NFL 1 1 28 14 50.0 149 5.3 0 0.0 0 0.0 32 5 25 65.9
Totals NFL 2 1 37 19 51.4 209 5.6 0 0.0 0 0.0 32 6 33 68.4
Career Rushing/Receiving Stats
Year Team Lg G GS Rush Yds Avg Lg TD Rec Yds Avg Lg TD
2004 NYJ NFL 1 0 1 2 2.0 2 0 0 0 - - 0
Totals NFL 2 1 1 2 2.0 2 0 0 0 - - 0

Herm Edwards
Head Coach
Fifth Season with Jets
26th Season in NFL
Fifth Season as Head Coach in NFL
Edwards was named the Jets' 13th full-time head coach on January 18, 2001.
Edwards’ leadership style is a unique combination of honesty, innovation,
motivation and trust. He applies a wealth of knowledge gleaned from years of
playing the game at the highest level, combined with having learned the
intricacies of the game from some of the most astute people in the National
Football League, such as Kansas City’s Dick Vermeil and Indianapolis’ Tony
Dungy. He also has worked alongside and for some of the most respected
minds in the annals of football, including Carl Peterson, Mike White, Marion
Campbell, Marty Schottenheimer, Bill Cowher, Dan Henning, Ernie Zampese,
Lovie Smith and John Fox, among others. Additionally, Edwards was teammates
with some of the top players in the NFL in the late 1970’s and early 1980’s,
including Ron Jaworski, Bill Bergey, Harold Carmichael, Wilbert Montgomery and
John Bunting.
Relying on a respect-based managing style, keen preparation and a belief in his
players and coaching staff, Edwards has consistently managed a diverse roster
featuring solid, experienced and youthful players into believing in a common goal

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of reaching the post-season. Edwards has shown a willingness to rely on young


players, often thrusting them into pivotal and critical roles, not shying away from
the fact that their experience may hinder their playing abilities, and instead
trusting in the players and standing by them.
Following his rookie season as head coach and once again after the difficult
2003 season, Edwards was rewarded by Jets’ Chairman & CEO Woody
Johnson, President Jay Cross and General Manager Terry Bradway with a
contract extension, thus extending his contract through the 2007 season.
CAREER WITH JETS
New York Jets Head Coach Herm Edwards, who is now in his fifth season
leading the Green and White, has swiftly stamped an indelible and impressive
mark in the history of Jets’ football. As the head coach of the Jets, Edwards has
guided the Club to a 36-32 record in the regular season and a 2-3 mark in the
postseason, including two AFC Divisional Playoff appearances (2002 & 2004).
Edwards
Edwards’ 36 regular season victories are the fourth-most wins by a head coach
in Club history, trailing only the late Weeb Ewbank, a member of the Pro Football
EDWARDS PAVES THE WAY: Edwards, with the Jets’ playoff appearance
in the 2004 season, has accomplished the following feats:
• Became the first head coach in team annals to guide the team to the
playoffs in his first season coaching the team (2001).
• The first coach in team history to take the team to the playoffs in
consecutive seasons (2001-02) to begin a tenure with the Club.
• The first coach in team history to lead the team to the playoffs in three-
of-four seasons.
• The first coach in team history to advance the team to the second
round of the playoffs in two-out-of-three seasons (2002 & 2004).
• The first coach to lead the Jets to three different playoff appearances
(2001, 2002 & 2004).

Hall of Fame, (71, 1963-73), Joe Walton (53, 1983-89) and Walt Michaels (39,
1977-82). The Jets’ thrilling 20-17 overtime victory at San Diego on January 8,
2005, marked the first postseason win on the road for the Jets since January 15,
1983, when the Jets defeated the Los Angeles Raiders in the venerable L.A.
Coliseum, 17-14. Edwards earned his first division title with the Jets in 2002,
helping to rally the team from a 2-5 start to the AFC East crown in the ultra-
competitive division. The AFC East title marked the Club’s second division title
since the AFL-NFL merger in 1970 and the Jets’ back-to-back playoff
appearances were the first for the organization since the 1985-86 seasons.

MOST REGULAR SEASON HEAD COACHING WINS IN


NEW YORK JETS HISTORY
Coach Seasons Wins Playoff Games

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1. Weeb Ewbank (1963-73) 11 71 3


2. Joe Walton (1983-89) 7 53 3
3. Walt Michaels (1977-82) 6 39 4
4. Herm Edwards (2001-current) 5 36 5
5. Bill Parcells (1997-99) 3 29 2
Edwards, who ranks amongst the NFL’s bright, young, innovative head coaches,
began his head coaching career by posting a 10-6 record in 2001 and earning an
AFC Wild Card berth at Oakland. The following season (2002) Edwards brought
the Jets back from a 2-5 start and ignited the team by inserting promising young
signal-caller Chad Pennington, a quarter of the way through the season. Gunning
the Jets’ engines through the stretch run and capturing the division with a 9-7
mark, the Jets showed their battled-tested resolve with a 41-0 AFC Wild Card
victory over the Indianapolis Colts at The Meadowlands, the Jets’ first ever
postseason shutout. In 2003, Edwards and the Jets were unable to overcome a
preseason hand injury to Pennington that sidelined the energetic QB for nearly
the first half of the season and the Jets fell to 6-10, Edwards’ only losing season
in his head coaching tenure. Displaying the resiliency and resolve that Edwards
has had throughout his life, the Jets stormed back in 2004 with a 10-6 mark, an
AFC Wild Card win at San Diego in the playoffs before falling in a heart-
wrenching overtime game against the AFC’s top-seeded Pittsburgh Steelers, 20-
17, in an AFC Divisional Playoff tilt on the road.
2005 SEASON
The Jets got off to a shaky start, playing uncharacteristically on opening day at
Kansas City, with penalties and turnovers and lost 27-7. Edwards, however,
stayed firmly behind his team and stressed the importance of getting back to the
“blue-collar principles” that he has built the team around and the Jets responded
by winning their first division game of the season and their home opener, 17-7
against the Miami Dolphins. The Jets then dropped a gut-wrenching 26-20
overtime game to the Jacksonville Jaguars as the team lost the services of
several key performers for portions of the game, including Chad Pennington, Jay
Fiedler, Jason Fabini and Eric Barton to assorted injuries. The Club, down two
quarterbacks (Pennington & Fiedler) for an undisclosed amount of time, turned to
third-year former sixth round draft choice Brooks Bollinger for game four at
Baltimore. The Jets dropped a low scoring affair, 13-3, in game four at Baltimore
in week four.
2004 SEASON (JETS)
Edwards piloted the Jets to a 10-6 start, becoming just the third head coach in
franchise history to lead his team to double-digit wins in different seasons with
the Jets. Immediately after the 2003 season, Edwards pointed to the Jets’
penchant for breaking slowly out of the gate
FLY BY and vowed to prepare the team to get off to a
Edwards is one of only nine current head
coaches who have played professional
quick start, which resulted in the Club’s best
football in the NFL. He joins BUF Mike ever start, 5-0. Edwards, perhaps one of the
Mularkey, IND Tony Dungy, JAX Jack
Del Rio, PIT Bill Cowher, SD Marty
Schottenheimer, NO Jim Haslett, TEN
Jeff Fisher and MIN Mike Tice. Of the
nine, Edwards enjoyed the third longest
playing career of the group (10 seasons),
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Tice’s 14.
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finest coaches in the NFL in adverse situations, helped the Jets rally from a two-
game slide and the loss of Chad Pennington in early November with two big road
wins in a row, thus closing out the month of November 3-2. The team was 2-2 in
the month of December and posted an impressive 6-2 home record in 2004.
Edwards’ team maintained its highly-disciplined style of play, combining a
pounding rushing game, featuring the NFL’s leading rusher in ’04 in Curtis Martin
(1,697), and a passing attack that was without starting QB Chad Pennington for
three games through the middle portion of the season.
The Jets’ defense showed a marked improvement from the previous season, and
surrendered an average of only 16.3 ppg, the third-lowest average of points
allowed in the team’s 45-year history, bested only by the mark in 1993 (15.4) and
1985 (15.9). The Jets’ defense limited opposing offenses to a 38.0 percent
conversion success on third downs and surrendered more than 20 points in a
game only five times throughout the season (weeks one, two, 10, 16 and 17).
2003 SEASON (JETS)
The Jets’ 2003 season got off to a rocky start in the third preseason contest
against the New York Giants when QB Chad Pennington suffered a fractured
hand that required immediate surgery and shelved him for nearly half of the
season. The Jets fell into a hole and finished with a 6-10 record. Edwards,
though, responded by keeping the Jets competitive through the entire season,
with key wins at Oakland in overtime (11/2/03), a thrilling comeback win over the
Jaguars (11/23/03) and an emotional Monday Night home game against the
Tennessee Titans, 24-17, as well as a win against the Pittsburgh Steelers, 6-0, in
a driving snowstorm (12/14/03) at The Meadowlands, the Jets’ first win against
the Steelers since 1988. Edwards, following the season, vowed that he would
increase measures to insure the team got off to a quicker start the following
season and also took measures to improve the Jets’ defensive style and brought
in aggressive first-year defensive coordinator Donnie Henderson from the
Baltimore Ravens.
2002 SEASON (JETS)
Edwards was one of just two AFC coaches to take his Club to back-to-back
playoff appearances in 2001 and 2002, joining Pittsburgh’s Bill Cowher (the
Oakland Raiders also accomplished the feat, in 2001 under Jon Gruden and in
2002 under Bill Callahan). As the head coach, Edwards guided the Jets to the
best regular-season road record in his first two seasons (11-5).
The always quotable and insightful Edwards and his now-famous mantra, “You
Play to Win The Game,” was one of the most lasting memories of the 2002 NFL
season and became the Jets’ rallying cry for their remarkable second half of the
season comeback, turning a tumultuous 2-5 start into a stretch where the Jets
captured seven of their last nine games, earning the division title.
The Jets’ 2002 AFC East title was a product of the team winning eight of the last
10 regular season games, seven of the last nine, three of the last four and four in
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in the postseason was the first playoff shutout in Club history and marked the
second most points scored in a shutout win in NFL annals, while the 41 points
scored were the second-most in team history in a playoff game.
2001 SEASON (JETS)
In Edwards’ first season with the Jets (2001) he oversaw the implementation of
new offensive, defensive and special teams philosophies. Edwards kept a
forceful hand on the controls and guided the Jets to their first playoff appearance
since 1998. Edwards was the only coach out of six newcomers in their first year
with their respective teams in 2001 to earn a playoff spot. Besides his 10-win
season, perhaps the most indicative statistic supporting the effectiveness and
diligence of Edwards’ coaching style was the discipline the team displayed,
garnering an NFL-low 63 penalties for a league-low 507 yards.
The Jets set a franchise mark for most road wins in a season, 7-1, which topped
their 5-2 record in 1968. Additionally, the Green and White’s 7-1 road record tied
them with Philadelphia for the second-most wins in 2001 (STL, 8-0).
Edwards’ 2001 Jets led the NFL in turnover differential with a +18, a margin of
one over their closest rival, Edwards’ former club, Tampa Bay, who finished with
a +17 ratio. The Jets produced the second-most take-aways (39) in the AFC and
tied with the Bucs for second most in the NFL behind Cleveland’s 42. The Jets
also proved to be frugal in turning the ball over, relinquishing it just 21 times all
season, tied for the fewest in the AFC with Seattle and Pittsburgh and trailed only
San Francisco’s 19 in the NFL.
Edwards received numerous accolades throughout his rookie coaching campaign
for his willingness and cooperation with the media. He was awarded the Staples
NFL Coach of the Week Award following the Jets’ 21-17 comeback win over the
Miami Dolphins on October 14, 2001.
TAMPA BAY (1996-2000)
The former NFL standout defensive back earned the reputation as an excellent
communicator and one of the best teachers during his time spent as assistant
head coach/defensive backfield coach of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1996-
2000). At Tampa, he worked closely with current Indianapolis Colts and former
Bucs’ head coach Tony Dungy in the day-to-day administrative dealings
associated with the head coach’s role.
While with the Bucs, Edwards helped the secondary become one of the NFL's
consistently top-ranked units. In 2000, CB Donnie Abraham (team-high 7 INT)
and FS John Lynch (3 INT) each earned Pro Bowl recognition. Collectively, the
group recorded 25 interceptions, which tied for first in the NFC and third in the
NFL while the Bucs' 41 take-aways tied for second in the NFC and fourth in the
NFL. The Bucs’ defense also finished +17 in the plus/minus category, tops in the
NFC and tied for third best in the NFL. The Bucs’ defense finished fourth in the
NFC in total defense, allowing 300.0 yards per game (ninth in NFL). Under his
tutelage the Bucs finished in the top 10 in pass defense in four-of-the-five

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seasons. Edwards had a major hand in overseeing the NFL's second-ranked


pass defenses in both 1998 and 1999.
Under Edwards’ mentoring, Lynch earned three Pro Bowl berths (2000, 1999 and
1998) and Abraham earned one (2000), marking the first Pro Bowl appearances
by a member of the Tampa Bay defensive backfield since Wayne Haddix in
1990. In 1999, Edwards' troops turned in a stellar effort in the playoffs, holding
the second-ranked Washington Redskins’ passing attack to a mere 121 passing
yards and the top-ranked St. Louis offense to just 258 yards through the air. His
1998 group, despite battling through a rash of injuries and the integration of
young players, managed to surrender an average of just 172.6 yards per game,
the Club's best single-season showing since 1982.
In 1997, the Bucs’ secondary completed its second consecutive stellar
performance under Edwards, finishing in the top 10 in pass defense. In his first
season with Tampa Bay (1996), Edwards led the group to a fourth-place ranking
in pass defense by limiting opponents to just 182.8 passing yards per game.
KANSAS CITY (1990-95)
Edwards joined the Buccaneers after working the previous six years (1990-95) in
several different capacities with the Kansas City Chiefs. In 1995, he worked as a
scout in the pro personnel department and from 1992-94 he served as the
Chiefs’ defensive backs coach. He was credited with the development of CB
Dale Carter, the AFC's Defensive Rookie of the Year in 1992 and S Charles
Mincy, while also coaching Pro Bowlers S Kevin Ross and CB Albert Lewis. In
each of his three seasons as the Chiefs' defensive backfield coach, KC ranked in
the NFL's top three in take-aways and in the top 10 in pass defense. The 1992
season saw the Chiefs lead the AFC, and finish second in the NFL, in pass
defense, surrendering a mere 158.6 yards per game.
In 1990-91, Edwards was a talent scout for the Chiefs while also serving as an
assistant to Tony Dungy, then the Chiefs’ defensive backs coach. It was also at
that time Edwards had the opportunity to closely work with Jets' General
Manager Terry Bradway, who was then working in the personnel department of
the Chiefs. Edwards initially worked for the Chiefs in the summer of 1989 as the
recipient of the team's Minority Coaching Fellowship.
SAN DIEGO STATE (1987-89)
Edwards began his coaching career at San Jose State as the defensive backs
coach from 1987-89. During each of his three seasons at SJSU, the Spartans'
opponents completed less than 50 percent of their passes.
PLAYING YEARS (1977-86)
As a player, Edwards played 10 seasons in the NFL, including nine with the
Philadelphia Eagles (1977-85), after signing as a rookie free agent following his
collegiate career. He was signed as a rookie by current Chiefs’ President and
General Manager Carl Peterson, who at the time was the Eagles' director of
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preseason game and proceeded to start the next 135 regular season games
during his Eagle career. His career was highlighted by second team All-NFC
honors in 1980 and 1982 and an appearance in Super Bowl XV, a 27-10 Raiders
win over the Eagles. He departed Philadelphia with 33 career interceptions,
which currently ranks third in the Eagles’ record books. In addition, he recorded
five postseason interceptions, and when combined with his regular-season
interception total, his 38 interceptions stand as a team-record.
Edwards gained fame for one of the most memorable plays in Meadowlands
history when he recovered a fumble by NY Giants’ QB Joe Pisarcik and returned
it 26 yards for a touchdown with 31 seconds remaining in Philadelphia's 19-17
"Miracle in the Meadowlands" win on November 19, 1978.
In his final NFL season as a player, Edwards' played in four games for the Los
Angeles Rams and three for the Atlanta Falcons, before announcing his
retirement during the season on November 11, 1986.
COLLEGE (1972-76)
Edwards began his college career at the University of California-Berkeley and
played there in 1972 and 1974. He earned Pac-8 (now Pac-10) honors and set a
Golden Bears’ record with four interceptions in one game. He played the 1973
season at Monterey Peninsula Junior College and his senior season at San
Diego State.
PERSONAL
Earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice from San Diego State.
Herm Edwards is a strong proponent of being a positive role model and is one of
the organization’s most active participants in off-the-field outreach programs.
Together with his wife, Lia, they work closely with the American Diabetes
Association chapter in New York City. In 2004, Edwards launched the inaugural
Herm Edwards Golf Classic at the prestigious Piping Rock Country Club on the
north shore of Long Island, which now has raised more than $450,000 for the
Generation Jets Academy.
In 2003, Edwards was named a charter member of the Fritz Pollard Alliance,
which serves as a conduit between NFL minority coaches and executives in an
effort to ensure minorities receive equal consideration for all League job
openings. Edwards also was named to the Positive Coaching Alliance’s National
Advisory Committee in the spring of 2003. Edwards has helped spread the
organization’s message to preserve the “purity of the game of football” and to
coach in a positive manner. Edwards is joined on the advisory committee with
former Los Angeles Lakers head coach Phil Jackson and current Detroit Pistons
head coach Larry Brown. He also was recognized by the One Hundred Black
Men, Inc. and The Association For A Better New York in 2003 for his outstanding
contributions to society.
In 2002, he served as a national spokesperson for the National Sportsmanship
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serves as a forum for students, teachers, coaches, parents and fans to discuss
pertinent issues of ethics, fair play and sportsmanship. He also was named the
Big Brother of the Year by the Catholic Big Brothers for Boys and Girls in June
2002 at its annual awards dinner at the Marriott Marquis in New York City. He
and his wife were also guests of President George W. Bush at the White House
celebrating Martin Luther King’s birthday and was part of a national campaign
that encouraged all United States citizens to work on improving the country
through volunteering on the national holiday in 2002.
Edwards hosted a youth football clinic for 250 children in New York City’s Central
Park in June of 2002 and 2003 in conjunction with a Coaches Clinic for 300 area
football coaches at Fordham University. In addition, Edwards has been named
the recipient of the Staples NFL Coach of the Week honor four times (once each
in 2001, 2002, 2003 and 2004), every year he has been an NFL head coach.
Additionally, Edwards was named the recipient of the New York Sports Award as
the area’s Coach of the Year in 2002.
A frequent motivational speaker at area schools, Edwards exudes the power of
positive thinking, teamwork, family values, and religion in his speeches. Edwards
has also served as a featured speaker at his alma mater, San Diego State, at
their annual Coach’s Clinic for high school and college coaches.
He is also a proponent of the New York Jets Women’s Organization, founded by
his wife, Lia, which supports the INN (Interfaith Nutrition Network), the Nassau
County Coalition of Domestic Violence, MercyFirst, Breast Cancer Research
Foundation, Diabetes Research Institute and The Leukemia and Lymphoma
Society.
While with Tampa Bay, Edwards and the Buccaneers' secondary implemented a
youth enrichment program called "Focus and Finish," in which they encouraged
high school athletes to excel in academics, athletics and as citizens in their
communities through volunteering, tutoring and mentoring. They were rewarded
for their work with tickets to a game.
Edwards has hosted the Herman Edwards Football Camp for underprivileged
children on the Monterey Peninsula for the past 10 years and also has hosted the
Annual Herman Edwards Charity Golf Classic, which benefits the Boys and Girls
Club in Seaside, CA. He graduated from Monterey High School.
Herman Edwards was born in Monmouth, N.J. on April 27, 1954, and was raised
in Seaside, CA. Edwards and his wife, Lia, are the parents of a son, Marcus, 22,
who is a scholar-athlete in his senior year at San Diego State University and a
newborn daughter, Gabrielle, who was born on August 10, 2005.
Herm Edwards' Football Career
Years Team Position
1972, 1974 California-Berkeley Defensive Back
1973 Monterey Peninsula JC Defensive Back
1975-76 San Diego State Defensive Back
1977-85 Philadelphia Eagles Defensive Back
1986 Los Angeles Rams/Atlanta Falcons Defensive Back

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1987-89 San Jose State Defensive Backs Coach


1990-91, 1995 Kansas City Chiefs Scout
1992-94 Kansas City Chiefs Defensive Backs Coach
1996-2000 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Asst. Head Coach/Def. Backs Coach
2001- New York Jets Head Coach

Herm Edwards’
Reg. Season Records
W L T Pct.
2001 10 6 0 .625 NYJ
2002 9 7 0 .563 NYJ
2003 6 10 0 .375 NYJ
2004 10 6 0 .625 NYJ
2005 1 3 0 .000 NYJ
Totals 36 32 0 .532

RADIO-THE NEW YORK JETS’ RADIO NETWORK:


JETS TEAM UP WITH 1050 ESPN RADIO AND 77 WABC TO BRING ALL
THE ACTION ON THE AIRWAVES
In 2004 the New York Jets announced a unique broadcast arrangement with the
formation of a radio broadcast partnership with 1050 ESPN Radio and 77 WABC
Radio. In the capable hands of play-by-play man Bob Wischusen calling the
action and the insight and analysis provided by former New York Jets’ defensive
lineman Marty Lyons, Jets’ fans are afforded a top-notch and professional team
on the airwaves.
As part of the agreement, the New York Jets produce and sell game advertising
through a joint venture between the New York Jets’ sales and marketing staff,
and the 1050 ESPN sales force. The Jets will also select game announcers for
the broadcasts, thus making the Jets the first major market team in the National
Football League to bring their radio rights “in-house”.
The deal, which encompasses the next four seasons (2005-08), remains
unprecedented in the fact that the Jets are the only major professional sports
team to be simulcast on two 50,000-watt radio stations (1050 ESPN and 77
WABC). The Jets control all aspects of their broadcast, ranging from the
financial aspect, to programming, and the promotion and overall quality. While
the partnership between 1050 ESPN Radio and the New York Jets sets a new
standard for radio flagship--Integrating sales and programming elements
throughout the radio station-- 2004 was the first year of the successful marketing
and broadcast efforts in the joint effort.
ESPN Radio is a joint venture between ABC Radio, which is responsible for
sales, affiliations, marketing and promotions and ESPN, Inc. ESPN Radio
programming originates from its’ Bristol, Conn. headquarters, while 1050 ESPN
Radio’s local shows originate from ABC Radio studios at 2 Penn Plaza. ESPN
Radio programming debuted on the 50,000 watt 1050-AM September 1, 2001,

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and features the network’s Mike & Mike in the Morning (6-10 a.m.), Dan Patrick
(1-4 p.m.) shows, play-by-play of the NBA, Major League Baseball, the Bowl
Championship Series and the recent home of the New York Knicks and Rangers.
THE NEW YORK JETS RADIO NETWORK AFFILIATES
1320 AM WTKZ Allentown, PA 1290 AM WVOW Logan,WV
1230 AM WEEX Easton, PA 980 AM WOFX Albany, NY
1410 AM WPOP Hartford, CT 1390 AM WFBL Syracuse, NY
800 AM WLAD Danbury, CT 1390 AM WRIV Riverhead, NY

NFL WEEK FIVE ACTION


Sunday - October 9, 2005
Time (EST) Visiting Team Home Team
1:00 pm New England Patriots Atlanta Falcons
1:00 pm Miami Dolphins Buffalo Bills
1:00 pm Chicago Bears Cleveland Browns
1:00 pm Baltimore Ravens Detroit Lions
1:00 pm New Orleans Saints Green Bay Packers
1:00 pm Tennessee Titans Houston Texans
1:00 pm Tampa Bay Buccaneers New York Jets
1:00 pm Seattle Seahawks St. Louis Rams
4:05 pm Indianapolis Colts San Francisco 49ers
4:15 pm Carolina Panthers Arizona Cardinals
4:15 pm Philadelphia Eagles Dallas Cowboys
4:15 pm Washington Redskins Denver Broncos
8:30 pm Cincinnati Bengals Jacksonville Jaguars

Monday - October 10, 2005


Time (EST) Visiting Team Home Team
9:00 pm Pittsburgh Steelers San Diego Chargers

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THE NEW YORK JETS…


COMING TO A COMMUNITY NEAR YOU!
The New York Jets take great pride in playing an active role and making a year-
round commitment to the New York Tri-State community. The Jets’ players,
coaches, alumni and front office staff, along with their corporate and community
partners, are dedicated to supporting civic and community charities including
hunger initiatives, encouraging education and fitness and reaching out to
disadvantaged youth and families to make a lasting impact.

FEATURED COMMUNITY PROGRAM

BREAST CANCER AWARENESS DAY

Robert Wood Johnson (RWJ) University Hospital, the Greater New York City
Affiliate of the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation (Komen Greater
NYC), Davis Vision and the Jets Women’s Organization (JWO) present Jets’
Breast Cancer Awareness Day on October 9, 2005, at The Meadowlands. The
event’s goal is to create public awareness and education on the issue of breast
cancer and to promote the early detection steps for disease prevention.
Prior to the New York Jets’ kickoff at 1:00 p.m. against the Tampa Bay
Buccaneers, JWO members and Komen Greater NYC volunteers will distribute
25,000 pink bracelets at the stadium gates and collect donations upon entry into
the game. In addition, the New York Jets will donate five dollars to Komen
Greater NYC for every pink hat bought during the 2005 season online at
http://shop.newyorkjets.com or at the stadium. JWO founder Lia Edwards,
Komen Greater NYC Communications Director, Adrienne Scordato, and Breast
Cancer Program Leader in the Women’s Imaging Center at RWJ University
Hospital, Margie McDonald, will serve as honorary captains for the opening coin
toss.
The Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation was established in 1982 to
eradicate breast cancer as a life-threatening disease by advancing research,
education, screening and treatment. Komen is a global leader and the largest
private source of funding in the fight against breast cancer. The Greater New
York City Affiliate of the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation was formed
in 1990 and serves the five boroughs of NYC (Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan,
Queens and Staten Island), Long Island, Rockland and Westchester counties.

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Up to 75% of the Affiliate’s net proceeds are dedicated to fighting breast cancer
by funding innovative grassroots programs in underserved local communities. At
least 25% of the Affiliate’s net proceeds fund national breast cancer research.
This year, through local fundraising efforts, the Affiliate will award over $2.2
million in grants.
UPCOMING COMMUNITY EVENTS
• October 4th- NFL High School Tuesday PSAL High School Team Visit.
Schools: Harlem Hellfighters (Wadleigh Arts High School). Time: 6:00pm-
7:00pm. Location: TBD. Player: Shaun Ellis.
• October 9th- Jets Breast Cancer Awareness Day. Location: Meadowlands,
East Rutherford, NJ. Time: 11:00am-1:00pm. Participants: Lia Edwards and
the JWO
GENERATION JETS
The New York Jets, in conjunction with their television partner WCBS-TV, and
the corporate partners, NFL
Generation Jets’ Television Schedule Licensing, Pepsi and Gatorade
DAY DATE TIME DAY DATE TIME will kickoff the third season of
Sat. Oct. 1 1:00 PM Sat. Nov. 26 1:00 PM Generation Jets on September
Sat. Oct. 8 1:00 PM Sun. Dec. 4 1:00 PM 17, 2005, at 1:00pm and will air
Sat. Oct. 15 5:00 AM Sat. Dec. 10 1:00 PM every Saturday through the
Sat. Oct. 22 5:00 AM Sat. Dec. 17 No Show season.
Sat. Oct. 29 1:00 PM Sun. Dec. 25 12 NOON
Sat. Nov. 5 1:00 PM Sat. Dec. 31 Generation Jets, produced by B-
5:00 AM
Sun. Nov. 13 3:30 PM Sat. Jan. 7 Train Films, is an educationally-
1:00 PM
Sat. Nov. 19 1:00 PM Sat. Jan. 14 based half-hour weekly show for
1:00 PM
children, which combines
animation with live action. The show’s characters Jessica, XL, Spike, Willie,
Aska, and their dog Blitz all live in New York and are fans of the New York Jets.
Through the “JetsStream”, the cast of Generation Jets speaks directly with Jets’
players and coaches, emphasizing values
and life lessons including efficiency,
perspective, awareness, practice and
appreciation.
Following the end of the second
season of Generation Jets, the
show was nominated in both the
children’s programming and the sports programming categories of The
National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences 48th Annual
New York Emmy Awards.
The NATAS was founded in 1946 is a non-profit organization that
fosters creative excellence in the television industry. NATAS inspires excellence
through the renowned EMMY Award, the most prestigious honor and most
coveted peer-recognition symbol of distinction in television.

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After winning an Emmy in the children’s programming category, Generation Jets


was recognized as excellent children’s programming by the Parents’ Choice
Foundation for the second year in a row. For both the first and second season
Generation Jets was recognized by the Parents’ Choice Foundation with a
Parents’ Choice Recommendation Award.
The Parents’ Choice Award Program identifies the best products
for children of different ages, backgrounds, skills and interests
and are given to the products that meet and exceed standards set
by educators, scientists, performing artists, librarians, parents and
kids themselves.
To become a member of the Generation Jets, kids can join the
Generation Jets Club. This year the Generation Jets Club membership will
provide supplies to schools in need. A Generation Jets membership includes a
Generation Jets notebook, three folders, a pencil case, a newsletter and special
offers. To find out more information about the Generation Jets television
program and the Generation Jets Club visit www.GenerationJets.com.
MEET THE GENERATION JETS

Jessica Lives in Soho Jessica is one of the group members with


JetStream ability. She likes to listen to the band No
Doubt and wants to be a designer.
XL Lives in Harlem XL also has the ability to use the JetStream. He
loves to play and watch football and his favorite
player is Curtis Martin. XL wants to be the
President when he grows up.
Spike Lives on the Upper West Side Spike is an aspiring film maker who loves to
skateboard and snowboard and listens to
alternative music.
Willie Lives in Washington Heights Willie, who is only 4 feet tall, is the smallest
Generation Jet. He likes eating nachos and root
beer while watching Jets games and wants to be a
firefighter.
Aska Lives in the West Village Aska likes to read books and plays the violin.
When she grows up she wants to be a Supreme
Court Judge.
Blitz Lives with Willie Blitz is Willie’s faithful companion and the narrator
of the show.

NEW YORK JETS GAME DAY ACTIVITIES


Sunday, October 9, 2005
Jets vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Prior to the New York Jets kickoff at 1:00 p.m. against the Tampa Bay
Buccaneers, JWO members and Komen Greater NYC volunteers will distribute
25,000 pink bracelets at the stadium gates and collect donations upon entry into
the game. In addition, the New York Jets will donate five dollars to Komen
Greater NYC for every pink hat bought during the 2005 season online at
http://shop.newyorkjets.com/ or at the stadium.

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JWO founder, Lia Edwards and Komen Greater NYC Communications Director,
Adrienne Scordato will serve as honorary captains for the opening coin toss.
The National Anthem will be preformed by Martha Bryne from “As the World
Turns” and a Generation Jets Youth Football pee-wee game will take place at
halftime.
Sunday, November 6, 2005
Jets vs. San Diego Chargers
Singer songwriter Jamie O’Neal will be performing the National Anthem before
the 1:00p.m. kick-off against the San Diego Chargers. O’Neal entered into the
country music scene with the single, "There Is No Arizona.” Her new album,
Brave, draws from her eclectic musical tastes, with songs that run from
showcase ballads to swampy Southern rock.
Eddie Montgomery and Troy Gentry of Montgomery Gentry will be performing at
halftime. Their hit song, “Something To Be Proud Of,” is currently topping the
Country Music Billboard charts at number one.
New York Post lanyards will be given out at the game and the Jets annual food
drive will be held at the gates.
UPCOMING GAME DAY EVENTS THROUGH DECEMBER 2005
DATE OPPONENT SPONSORED DRIVES ANTHEM HALFTIME
BY
Presented By
11/27/05 Dunkin Donuts
To Be Better Better Than
PSAL announced Than Ezra l Ezra
Presentation Performance

Presented By
12/11/05 Dunkin Donuts
Toy Drive Maverick’s To Be
Lead Announced
PSAL
Singer
Presentation
Raul Malo

Presented By
12/11/05 To Be
Daniel To Be
North Fork Bank
Announced
Rodriguez Announced

OFF THE FIELD EVENTS


The New York Jets continually strive to look for new ways to reach communities
and give back to the fans that have been so loyal. Under the Generation Jets
brand, the Jets are hosting events at a variety of outlets; fans have the
opportunity to feel closer to the team than ever before.

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At each event, collectables such as stickers, pocket schedules and key chains
will be distributed to fans that keep the Jets’ organization going as a thank-you
for the time they have invested.
COMING EVENTS:
Generation Jets
o Saturday October 8, 2005 1p.m.
o Television: WCBS-TV
NFL High School Tuesday
o Tuesday, October 4, 2005
o 6:00pm-7:00pm Time 2pm-4pm
o Location: TBD
o Current player appearance: Shaun Ellis

2005 NEW YORK JETS AND OPPONENTS SINGLE GAME HIGHS & LOWS
JETS TEAM: HIGH LOW
Total Net Yards 390 @ Chiefs 9/11 152 @ Ravens 10/2
Total Plays 70 @ Chiefs 9/11 48 @ Ravens 10/2
First Downs 20 vs. Dolphins 9/18 8 @ Ravens 10/2
Net Rushing Yards 98 vs. Dolphins 9/18 28 @ Ravens 10/2
Rushing Attempts 34 vs. Dolphins 9/18 15 @ Ravens 10/2
Average Gain/Rush 3.7 vs. Dolphins 9/18 1.9 @ Ravens 10/2
Net Passing Yards 333 @ Chiefs 9/11 124 @ Ravens 10/2
Pass Attempts 44 @ Chiefs 9/11 21 @ Ravens 10/2
Pass Completions 27 @ Chiefs 9/11 14 @ Ravens 10/2
Average Gain/Pass 7.1 @ Chiefs 9/11 3.0 vs. Jaguars 9/25
Passes Intercepted 2 vs. Jaguars 9/25 0 vs. MIA 9/18 & @ BAL 10/2
Sacks Allowed 5 @ Ravens 10/2 2 vs. Dolphins 9/18
Fumbles, Lost 7-2 @ Chiefs 9/11 0-0 @ Ravens 10/2
Penalties 8 @ Chiefs 9/11 5 vs. MIA 9/18 & @ BAL 10/2
Yards Penalized 80 @ Chiefs 9/11 39 @ Ravens 10/2
Points 20 vs. Jaguars 9/25 3 @ Ravens 10/2
Touchdowns 2 vs. Dolphins 9/18 0 @ Ravens 10/2
Time of Possession 33:59 vs. Dolphins 9/18 21:59 @ Ravens 10/2
OPPONENTS TEAM: HIGH LOW
Total Net Yards 389 @ Chiefs 9/11 235 vs. Dolphins 9/18
Total Plays 73 vs. Jaguars 9/25 61 @ Chiefs 9/11
First Downs 23 @ Chiefs 9/11 15 vs. Dolphins 9/18
Net Rushing Yards 198 @ Chiefs 9/11 66 vs. Dolphins 9/18
Rushing Attempts 47 vs. Jaguars 9/25 18 vs. Dolphins 9/18
Average Gain/Rush 5.8 @ Chiefs 9/11 2.6 @ Ravens 10/2
Net Passing Yards 191 @ Chiefs 9/11 144 @ Ravens 10/2
Pass Attempts 43 vs. Dolphins 9/18 21 @ Ravens 10/2
Pass Completions 20 vs. Dolphins 9/18 15 @ KC 9/11 & @ BAL 10/2
Average Gain/Pass 7.1 @ Chiefs 9/11 3.8 vs. Dolphins 9/18
Passes Intercepted 1 @ KC 9/11, vs. MIA 9/18, 1 @ KC 9/11, vs. MIA 9/18,
vs. JAX 9/25 & @ BAL 10/2 vs. JAX 9/25 & @ BAL 10/2
Sacks Allowed 2 vs. MIA 9/18 & vs. JAX 9/25 0 @ Ravens 10/2
Fumbles, Lost 3-2 vs. Jaguars 9/25 1-0 @ Chiefs 9/11
Penalties 10 vs. Dolphins 9/18 3 @ Ravens 10/2
Yards Penalized 88 vs. Dolphins 9/18 19 @ Ravens 10/2

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Points 27 @ Chiefs 9/11 7 vs. Dolphins 9/18


Touchdowns 3 @ KC 9/11 & JAX 9/25 1 vs. MIA 9/18 & @ BAL 10/2
Time of Possession 40:31 vs. Jaguars 9/25 26:01 vs. Dolphins 9/18
JETS INDIVIDUAL: BEST
Yards Rushing 72 Curtis Martin vs. Dolphins 9/18
Rushing Attempts 31 Curtis Martin vs. Dolphins 9/18
Longest Run 16 Curtis Martin vs. Jaguars 9/25
Longest run for a TD 1 Jerald Sowell vs. Jaguars 9/25
Yards Passing (gross) 264 Chad Pennington @ Chiefs 9/11
Passes Attempted 34 Chad Pennington @ Chiefs 9/11
Passes Completed 21 Chad Pennington @ Chiefs 9/11
TD Passes 2 Chad Pennington vs. Dolphins 9/18
Yards Receiving 124 Chad Pennington vs. Dolphins 9/18
Receptions 7 Chris Baker @ Chiefs 9/11
Longest Pass Completion 37 C. Pennington to J. McCareins vs.
Dolphins 9/18
Longest Pass for a TD 23 J. Fiedler to C. Baker @ Chiefs 9/11
Longest Punt 58 Ben Graham vs. Jaguars 9/25
Longest Punt Return 12 J. Miller vs. MIA 9/18 & J. Cotchery @
BAL 10/2
Longest Field Goal Made 41 Mike Nugent vs. Dolphins 9/18
Longest Field Goal Attempted 41 Mike Nugent vs. Dolphins 9/18
Most Tackles 15 J. Vilma @ Ravens 10/2
QB Sacks 1 Abraham @ KC 9/11, Abraham & Ellis vs. MIA
9/18, Abraham & Thomas vs. JAX 9/25
Interceptions 1 Law @ KC 9/11, Barrett vs. MIA 9/18, Rhodes
vs. JAX 9/25, Coleman @ BAL 10/2
Longest Interception Return 1 David Barrett vs. Dolphins 9/18
Longest Interception Return for TD N/A
OPPONENTS INDIVIDUAL: BEST
Yards Rushing 110 Larry Johnson @ Chiefs 9/11
Rushing Attempts 37 Fred Taylor vs. Jaguars 9/25
Longest Run 35 L. Johnson & P. Holmes @ Chiefs 9/11
Longest run for a TD 35 Larry Johnson @ Chiefs 9/11
Yards Passing (gross) 200 Trent Green @ Chiefs 9/11
Passes Attempted 43 Gus Frerotte vs. Dolphins 9/18
Passes Completed 20 Gus Frerotte vs. Dolphins 9/18
TD Passes 2 Byron Leftwich vs. Jaguars 9/25
Yards Receiving 77 Randy McMichael vs. Dolphins 9/18
Receptions 8 Randy McMichael vs. Dolphins 9/18
Longest Pass Completion 37 T. Green to E. Kennison @ Chiefs 9/11
Longest Pass for a TD 36 B. Leftwich to J. Smith vs. Jaguars 9/25
Longest Punt 58 Chris Hanson vs. Jaguars 9/25
Longest Punt Return 23 Wes. Welker vs. Dolphins 9/18
Longest Field Goal 42 M. Stover @ Ravens 10/2
Longest Field Goal Attempted 42 M. Stover @ Ravens 10/2
Most Tackles 12 Z. Thomas & J. Seau vs. Dolphins
9/18
QB Sacks 3 Paul Spicer vs. Jaguars 9/25
Interceptions 1 P. Surtain @ KC 9/11, R. Mathis & D. Cooper
vs. JAX 9/25
Longest Interception Return 53 Patrick Surtain @ Chiefs 9/11
Longest Interception Return for TD N/A
TAKEAWAYS-GIVEAWAYS

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TAKEAWAYS: 7 resulting in 1 TD, 2 FGs, 0 MFGs, 4 PUNTS, 0 INTs, 0 FUMBLES, 0 HALFS, 0


GAME, 0 DOWNS = 13 POINTS
GIVEAWAYS: 6 resulting in 1 TD, 2 FGs, 0 MFGs, 0 PUNTS, 2 INTS, 0 FUMBLES, 1 HALFS, 0
GAMES, 0 DOWNS = 13 POINTS
2005 Jets Offensive Turnover Chart
Date/Opponent Turnover/YD. Line Result QTR
9/11 – @ KC C. Pennington fumbles (FR P. Surtain) 41-yd FG by L. Tynes 1-2nd
C. Pennington int. by P. Surtain INT. by T. Law 2nd
C. Pennington fumbles (FR K. Mitchell) 38-yd FG by L. Tynes 3rd
9/18 – vs. MIA None
9/25 – vs. JAX C. Pennington int. by D. Cooper End of Half 2nd
J. Miller muffs punt (FR G. Sensabaugh) 3-yd TD run by F. Taylor 3-4th
C. Pennington int. by R. Mathis INT. by K. Rhodes OT
10/2 – @ BAL None
2005 Jets Defensive Turnover Chart
Date/Opponent Turnover/YD. Line Result QTR
9/11 – @ KC T. Law int. (T. Green) in End Zone Punt 2nd
9/18 – vs. MIA D. Barrett int. (G. Frerotte) @ NYJ 15 Punt 4th
9/25 – vs. JAX J. Abraham FF (B. Leftwich) FR J. Reed 33-yd TD return by Reed 3rd
D. Barrett FF (R. Williams) FR D. Barrett 25-yd FG by M. Nugent 4th
K. Rhodes int. (B. Leftwich) Punt OT
10/2 – @ BAL D. Barrett FF (J. Lewis) FR V. Hobson 21-yd FG by M. Nugent 3rd
E. Coleman int. (A. Wright) in Endzone Punt 4th
2005 FIRST DOWN CHART
PASSING RECEIVING RUSHING
Chad Pennington 30 Laveranues Coles 12 Curtis Martin 9
Brooks Bollinger 5 Justin McCariens 9 Chad Pennington 2
Jay Fiedler 5 Chris Baker 8 Derrick Blaylock 1
Wayne Chrebet 4 Jerald Sowell 1
Doug Jolley 3
Jerald Sowell 3
Curtis Martin 1
2005 THIRD DOWN EFFICIENCY
THIRD DOWN AND…
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10+ Total Percent
New York Jets 4-4 2-6 1-1 1-3 3-7 2-4 4-6 0-3 0-3 3-20 20-57 35.1%
Opponent 4-4 3-6 2-4 5-9 3-7 0-2 1-6 2-3 3-17 23-58 39.7%
2005 FOURTH DOWN EFFICIENCY
FOURTH DOWN AND…
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10+ Total Percent
New York Jets 0-1 0-1 1-3 1-5 20%
Opponent 2-2 1-1 3-3 100%
2005 JETS FOURTH DOWN ATTEMPTS - OFFENSE
Date/Opponent Situation Result QTR
9/11 – @ Kansas City 4th and 10 C. Pennington passes inc. 3rd
4th and 2 C. Pennington passes inc. 4th
4th and 10 J. Fielder 12 yards to J. McCareins 4th
9/18 – vs. Miami 4th and 1 C. Martin runs for 0 yards 2nd
9/25 – vs. Jacksonville None
10/2 – @ Baltimore None
2005 JETS FOURTH DOWN ATTEMPTS - DEFENSE

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Date/Opponent Situation Result QTR


9/11 – @ Kansas City None
9/18 – vs. Miami 4th and 5 G. Frerotte 6 yards to Chambers 4th
9/25 – vs. Jacksonville 4th and 1 G. Jones runs for 2 yards 2nd
10/2 – @ Baltimore 4th and 1 A. Wright runs for 2 yards 3rd
2005 JETS TWO-POINT CONVERSIONS - OFFENSE
Date/Opponent Score Result QTR
9/11 – @ Kansas City None
9/18 – vs. Miami None
9/25 – vs. Jacksonville None
10/2 – @ Baltimore None
2005 JETS TWO-POINT CONVERSIONS - DEFENSE
Date/Opponent Score Result QTR
9/11 – @ Kansas City None
9/18 – vs. Miami None
9/25 – vs. Jacksonville None
10/2 – @ Baltimore None
2005 DRIVES THAT PENETRATE THE OPPONENTS 20-YARD LINE (OVERVIEW)
Total Offense (36.4%) Defense (45.5%)
Opportunities – Points 11-37 11-44
Touchdowns 4 4
Field Goals 3 2
Fumbles 1 0
Blocked Field Goals 1 0
Interceptions 0 1
Missed Field Goals 0 2
Downs 2 0
Game 0 0
Punt 0 0
2005 DRIVES THAT PENETRATE THE OPPONENTS 20-YARD LINE (BREAKDOWN)
Date/Opponent Offense (62.5%) Defense (80%)
9/11 – @ Kansas City (L) Fumble TD
Blocked FG INT
Downs FG
TD TD
Missed FG
9/18 – vs. Miami (W) TD Missed FG
Downs TD
TD
9/25 – vs. Jacksonville (L) TD FG
FG TD
FG
10/2 – @ Baltimore (L) FG FG
TD
GOAL-TO-GO SITUATIONS
NO TD FG MFG INT FMBL DOWNS GAME HLF PTS
Jets 7 3 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 27
Opp. 6 5 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 35
TOUCHDOWN % ON DRIVES THAT PENETRATE THE OPPONENTS 5-YARD LINE

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NO-
TOTAL TOT NON TD SCORE AVG
POSS TD FG PTS
PTS SCORES SCORES % % PTS
%
Jets 7 24 3 1 4 3 43% 57% 43% 3.4
Opp. 6 35 5 0 4 1 83% 83% 17% 5.8
2005 JETS BIG PLAY LEADERS - PASS
Pennington 7
Baker 5
McCariens 3
Bollinger 2
Fiedler 2
Coles 2
Sowell 1

2005 JETS BIG PLAY – PASS (20 + YARDS)


Date/Opponent Players Yards Drive Result
9/11 – @ Kansas City (L) Pennington to Sowell 28 yards Punt
Pennington to Baker 27 yards Blocker FG
Pennington to Baker 33 yards Downs
Fiedler to Coles 22 yards* 23-yd TD pass
Fiedler to Baker 23 yards* 23-yd TD pass
9/18 – vs. Miami (W) Pennington to McCariens 37 yards 7-yd TD pass
Pennington to Coles 25 yards Punt
Pennington to McCariens 20 yards 1-yd TD run
9/25 – vs. Jacksonville (L) Pennington to Baker 30 yards 1-yd TD run
10/2 – @ Baltimore (L) Bollinger to Baker 21 yards Punt
Bollinger to McCariens 32 yards Downs
2005 OPPONENT BIG PLAYS - PASS (20 + YARDS)
Date/Opponent Players Yards Drive Result
9/11 – @ Kansas City (L) Green to Kennison 37 yards 3-yd TD run
9/18 – vs. Miami (W) Frerotte to Booker 21 yards Punt
Frerotte to McMichael 21 yards 4-yd TD pass
9/25 – vs. Jacksonville (L) Leftwich to Wilford 21 yards 21-yd TD pass
Leftwich to Williams 23 yards Fumble
Leftwich to Smith 35 yards 35-yd TD pass
10/2 – @ Baltimore (L) Wright to Mason 32 yards* 25-yd FG
Wright to Taylor 20 yards* 25-yd FG
Wright to Heap 24 yards 1-yd TD run
Bold= TD *=two or more big pass plays on one drive
2005 JETS BIG PLAY LEADERS-RUN
Martin 4
Pennington 2
Blaylock 1
2005 JETS BIG PLAYS – RUN (10 + YARDS)
Date/Opponent Players Yards Drive Result
9/11 – @ Kansas City C. Martin 11 yards INT
9/18 – vs. Miami C. Pennington 12 yards 7-yd TD pass
C. Martin 14 yards Punt
D. Blaylock 11 yards Downs
9/25 – vs. Jacksonville C. Martin 16 yards INT
C. Pennington 14 yards 35-yd FG
10/2 – @ Baltimore None

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2005 OPPONENT BIG PLAYS – RUN (10 + YARDS)


Date/Opponent Players Yards Drive Result
9/11 – @ Kansas City P. Holmes 35 yards* 35-yd TD run
L. Johnson 35 yards* 35-yd TD run
L. Johnson 11 yards End of Half
P. Holmes 10 yards 38-yd FG
L. Johnson 14 yards* 4-yd TD run
L. Johnson 23 yards* 4-yd TD run
9/18 – vs. Mami None
9/25 – vs. Jacksonville F. Taylor 14 yards 32-yd FG
F. Taylor 14 yards* 21-yd TD pass
A. Pearman 10 yards* 21-yd TD pass
F. Taylor 14 yards 3-yd TD run
10/2 – @ Baltimore None
Bold=TD *Two or more big runs on one drive

2005 JETS DRIVE ENGINEERING


BLK BLK END
Drives TD FG MFG Punt FMBL INT DWNS SAF HLF GAME PTS
FG Punt RG
JETS 45 4 4 0 1 26 0 2 3 4 0 0 0 1 40
OPP. 50 8 6 2 0 20 0 3 4 0 0 4 3 0 73
NYJ have returned one fumble for a TD

2005 JETS LONGEST DRIVES

Most Plays in a Drive


Date/Opponent Amount of Plays Net Yards/Time Drive Result
9/11 – @ Kansas City 12 69/5:22 Downs
9/18 – vs. Miami 16 63/8:50 Downs
9/25 – vs. Jacksonville 9 43/5:14 FG
10/2 –@ Baltimore 8 52/1:17 Downs
Most Net Yards in a Drive
Date/Opponent Net Yards Plays/Time Drive Result
9/11 – @ Kansas City 78 11/1:35 TD
9/18 – vs. Miami 80-80 9/5:28-10/5:54 TD/TD
9/25 – vs. Jacksonville 80 8/3:59 TD
10/2 – @ Baltimore 52 8/1:17 Downs
Longest Drive (Time of Possession)
Date/Opponent Time Plays/Net Yards Drive Result
9/11 – @ Kansas City 5:46 10/60 Downs
9/18 – vs. Miami 8:50 16/63 Downs
9/25 – vs. Jacksonville 5:14 9/43 FG
10/2 – @ Baltimore 3:55 7/38 Punt
2005 OPPONENTS LONGEST DRIVES

Most Plays in a Drive


Date/Opponent Amount of Plays Net Yards/Time Drive Result
9/11 – @ Kansas City 14 84/7:30 Missed FG
9/18 – vs. Miami 12 58/5:38 Missed FG
9/25 – vs. Jacksonville 12 58/7:12 FG
10/2 – @ Baltimore 13 71/8:05 TD
Most Net Yards in a Drive

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Date/Opponent Net Yards Plays/Time Drive Result


9/11 – @ Kansas City 84 14/7:30 Missed FG
9/18 – vs. Miami 58 12/5:38 Missed FG
9/25 – vs. Jacksonville 65 11/6:17 TD
10/2 – @ Baltimore 71 13/8:05 TD
Longest Drives (Time of Possession)
Date/Opponent Time Plays/Net Yards Drive Result
9/11 – @ Kansas City 7:30 14/84 Missed FG
9/18 – vs. Miami 5:38 12/58 Missed FG
9/25 – vs. Jacksonville 7:12 12/58 FG
10/2 – @ Baltimore 8:05 13/71 TD

THE LAST TIME…(Bold Face indicates 2005 season)


Interception Returned for a TD
By Jets – Jonathan Vilma @ St. Louis, January 3, 2005 (38 yards) (Marc Bulger)
By Opp – Willie McGinest vs. New England, December 20, 2003 (15 yards) (Chad Pennington)
Punt Returned for a TD
By Jets - Santana Moss @ San Diego, November 3, 2002 (52 yards)
By Opp. – Philip Buchanon @ Oakland, November 9, 2003 (78 yards)
Kickoff Return for a TD
By Jets – Jerricho Cotchery @ St. Louis, January 3, 2005 (94 yards)
By Opp. – Tim Dwight @ San Diego, September 19, 2004 (87 yards)
Field Goal Blocked
By Jets – Mo Lewis blocked H. Epstein 44-yard attempt, September 29, 2002 @ Jacksonville
By Opp. – Eric Hicks blocked Mike Nugent's 28-yard attempt, September 11, 2005 @
Kansas City
Punt Blocked
By Jets - Jason Glenn blocked Brian Moorman (Ball rolled out of bounds at BUF 24 (-16 yards))
@ BUF, September 8, 2002
By Opp. – Ike Reese Blocked Dan Stryzinski's punt (-7 yards) @ Philadelphia, October 26, 2003
Fumble Return for a TD
By Jets – James Reed (33 yards) John Abraham FF vs. Jacksonville, September 25, 2005
By Opp. - Tebucky Jones (New England) vs. New England, September 15, 2002 (24 Yards)
Tebucky Jones FF
Safety
By Jets – Jeff Grau (MIA) snaps the ball out of the end zone, @ Miami, December 28, 2003
By Opp. – Curtis Martin tackled for a (-1) yard loss in End Zone, October 7, 2004 @ Buffalo
100-Yard Rushing Game Individual
By Jets - Curtis Martin (28-153 5.5) @ St. Louis January 2, 2005
By Opp. – Larry Johnson (9-110-1 TD 12.2) @ Kansas City September 11, 2005
Consecutive 100-Yard Rushers
By Jets - Curtis Martin @ Miami October 3, 2004 (24-110-4.6), @ San Diego September 19, 2004
(32-119-3.7) vs. Cincinnati September 12, 2004 (29-196-6.8)
By Opp. - Edgerrin James @ Indianapolis November 16, 2003 (36-127-3.5), Fred Taylor vs.
Jacksonville November 23, 2003 (32-119-3.7)
300-Yard Passing Game Individual
By Jets – Chad Pennington vs. Buffalo, October 10, 2004 (42-31-304-1 TD-1 INT)
By Opp. – Jay Fiedler @ Miami, December 28, 2003 (29-21-328-1 TD 1 INT)
100-Yard Receiving Game-Individual

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By Jets – Chris Baker @ Kansas City, September 11, 2005 (7-124-1 TD)
By Opp. – Tory Holt @ St. Louis, January 2, 2005 (7-116)
Shutout
By Jets - Jets vs. Pittsburgh, December 14, 2003 (6-0 Win)
By Opp. - New Orleans @ Jets, December 24, 1995 (0-12 loss)
Game without a TD
By Jets - Jets @ Baltimore October 2, 2005 (13-3 Loss)
By Opp. - Jets @ Cleveland November 28, 2004 (13-3 Win)
Game without an offensive TD
By Jets - Jets @ Baltimore October 2, 2005 (13-3 Loss)
By Opp. - Jets @ Cleveland November 28, 2004 (13-3 Win)
200-Yards Rushing in a Game Team
By Jets - 229 vs. Seattle, December 19, 2004 (41 attempts)
By Opp. - 203 @ Buffalo December 7, 2003 (41 attempts)
300-Yards Rushing in a Game Team
By Jets - 302 vs. Indianapolis, September 20, 1998 (44 attempts)
By Opp. - 328 @ New England, September 18, 1983 (47 attempts)
300-Yard Passing Game Team (Net)
By Jets - 333 @ Kansas City, September 11, 2005 (44-27-333-1 TD-1 INT) (QB Chad
Pennington & Jay Fiedler)
By Opp. - 432 @ St. Louis, January 2, 2005 (40-29-450-3 TD-2 INT) (QB Marc Bulger)
400-Yard Passing Game Team
By Jets - 481 @ Baltimore, December 24, 2000 (QB Vinny Testaverde)
By Opp. - 432 @ St. Louis, January 2, 2005 (40-29-450-3 TD-2 INT) (QB Marc Bulger)
400 Total Yards in a Game Team
By Jets - 472 vs. Miami, November 1, 2004 (275 rushing, 197 passing)
By Opp. - 479 @ St. Louis, January 2, 2005 (47 rushing, 432 passing)
500 Total Yards in a Game
By Jets - 524 @ Baltimore, December 24, 2000 (51 rushing, 473 passing)
By Opp. - 538 @ Indianapolis, November 16, 2003 (145 rushing, 393 passing)
40 or More Total Points
By Jets - 41 vs. Miami, November 1, 2004 (41-14 win)
By Opp. - 44 vs. New England, September 15, 2002 (44-7 loss)
50 or More Total Points
By Jets - 51 vs. Miami, September 21, 1986 (51-45 OT win)
By Opp. - 52 @ Miami, September 3, 1995 (52-14 loss)
Under 50 yards rushing
By Jets - 28 @ Baltimore, September 2, 2005 (15-28-1.9)
By Opp. - 47 @ St. Louis, January 2, 2005 (47-19-2.5)
Under 100 yards passing (Net)
By Jets - 89 vs. Jacksonville, September 25, 2005 (22-11-89)
By Opp. - 53 @ Buffalo, December 7, 2003 (15-9-53)
6 or More Sacks
By Jets - 7 vs. Buffalo October 12, 2003 (7-62)
By Opp. - 6 @ St. Louis January 2, 2005 (6-37)
3 or More INT
By Jets - 3 @ Arizona, November 28, 2004
By Opp. - 3 @ Pittsburgh, December 12, 2004

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Two receivers with 2 TD in the same game


By Jets - Wayne Chrebet and Jeff Graham, 2 TD each @ Seattle, August 31, 1997
By Opp. - Andre Reed and Steve Tasker, 2 TD each, @ Buffalo, November 24, 1996
Missed FG Returned for a Touchdown
By Jets - **Aaron Glenn 104-yard TD return, @ Indianapolis, November 15, 1998 (Mike
Vanderjagt 63-yard FG attempt)
By Opp. - Never
**Longest Play in Jets History
CAREER GAMES PLAYED-REGULAR SEASON
Vinny Testaverde 217, Kevin Mawae 178, Curtis Martin 160, Scott Gragg 159, Ty Law 145, Wayne
Chrebet 148, Pete Kendall 132, Jerald Sowell 125, Jason Fabini 109, Barry Gardner 98, Eric Barton 87,
Shaun Ellis 83, David Barrett 82, Laveranues Coles 81, Jay Fiedler 77, James Dearth 68, James Reed
68, Lance Legree 64, Kenyatta Wright 63, John Abraham 61, Justin McCareins 56, Doug Jolley 51,
Bryan Thomas 49, Chris Baker 48, Jonathan Goodwin 47, Chad Pennington 44, Derrick Blaylock 44,
B.J. Askew 35, Dewayne Robertson 36, Victor Hobson 32, Brandon Moore 20, Erik Coleman 20,
Jonathan Vilma 20, Trevor Johnson 17, Mark Brown 17, Jerricho Cotchery 16, Adrian Jones 16, Oliver
Celestin 12, Rashad Washington 11, Derrick Strait 9, Ben Graham 4, Justin Miller 4, Mike Nugent 4,
Sione Pouha 4, Kerry Rhodes 4, Darrien Johnson 3, Ryan Myers 3, Brooks Bollinger 2, Joel Dreessen
2.
CONSECUTIVE GAMES PLAYED IN (regular season games only)
175 Kevin Mawae (59 35
David Barrett (16 12 Oliver Celestin
SEA, 116 Jets) ARI, 20 Jets) 12 Adrian Jones
123 Jerald Sowell 36 Dewayne Robertson 8 Victor Hobson
111 Curtis Martin 36 Kenyatta Wright 7 Jerricho Cotchery
84 Jason Fabini 24 Doug Jolley (20 4 Ben Graham
71 Laveranues Coles OAK, 4 Jets) 4 Justin Miller
20
(35 Jets, 32 WAS, 4 Wayne Chrebet 4 Mike Nugent
Jets) 20 Erik Coleman 4 Sione Pouha
68 James Dearth 20 Johnathan Vilma 4 Kerry Rhodes
68 James Reed 17 Jonathan Goodwin 4 Derrick Strait
52 Justin McCariens 16 Mark Brown 4 Rashad Washington
(32 TEN, 20 Jets) 15 Pete Kendall 3 Ryan Myers
48 Chris Baker 13 Barry Gardner (9
CLE, 4 Jets)
CONSECUTIVE GAMES STARTED (regular season games only)
175 Kevin Mawae (59 36 Dewayne 11 Shaun Ellis
SEA, 116 Jets) Robertson 4 Chris Baker
111 Curtis Martin 36 Jerald Sowell 4 Victor Hobson
81 Jason Fabini 30 Justin McCareins 4 Adrian Jones
68 Laveranues Coles (10 TEN, 20 Jets) 4 Ty Law
(32 Jets, 32 WAS, 20 Erik Coleman 4 James Reed
4 Jets) 18 Jonathan Vilma 4 Kerry Rhodes
36 David Barrett (16 15 Pete Kendall 4 John Abraham
ARI, 20 Jets) 13 Brandon Moore
JETS 2005 TRANSACTIONS
Jan. 11 Signed LB Ryan Myers, QB Kevin Eakin, TE Matt Chila, DB D.J. Johnson, DE Radell Lockhart and OT
Charles Thomas to future contracts
Jan. 13 Signed WR Brock Ralph to a 2005 contract
Jan. 18 Signed WR Chas Gessner to a 2005 contract
Jan. 19 Named Mike Heimerdinger offensive coordinator and announced the resignation of Paul Hackett as the offensive
coordinator
Jan. 24 Signed WR Terrance Stubbs, RB Little John Flowers and CB Andrew Davison to future contracts

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Jan. 25 Signed P Micah Knorr to a future contract


Feb. 8 Named Jeremy Bates quarterbacks coach and Pep Hamilton wide receivers coach
Feb. 11 Named John Zernhelt tight ends coach and Dick Curl assistant to the Head Coach/running backs coach
Feb. 18 Designated DE John Abraham as Club’s franchise player
Mar. 2 Waived CB Roderick Bryant
Mar. 4 Signed RB Derrick Blaylock, and DL Lance Legree; re-signed DT Alan Harper and named Sam Gash assistant
running backs and special teams coach
Mar. 5 Acquired WR Laveranues Coles from WAS for WR Santana Moss
Mar. 11 Signed QB Jay Fiedler and LB Barry Gardner
Mar. 18 Acquired an undisclosed draft selection from MIN for LB Sam Cowart
April 5 Re-signed TE Chris Baker, DT Josh Evans, LB Kenyatta Wright, WR Jonathan Carter, OL Jonathan
Goodwin, G Dave Yovanovits and S Oliver Celestin; signed RB Leonard Henry and Delvin Joyce
April 8 Signed C Charles Missant
April 21 Acquired TE Doug Jolley a second round selection (47 overall) and two more selections in the sixth round (182nd
and 185th) for the Jets’ first round selection (26th overall) and one of their seventh round selections (230th overall).
April 27 Announced the retirement of DT Josh Evans
April 28 Released K Doug Brien
April 29 Announced the signing of rookie FA K Xavier Beitia, LB Mondoe Davis, Dennis Haley and John Pickens, WR
Eddie Jackson and Jovan Witherspoon, OL Michael King, Isaac Snell and Henry Tellis and FB Austine
Nwabuisi
May 1 Announced the signing of rookie FA OL Mike Kracalik
May 5 Waived RB Leonard Henry, TE Joshua Norman and QB Ricky Ray
May 17 Signed FA RB Vick King
May 23 Signed UFA OL Ethan Brooks and FA QB Bill Whittemore
June 2 Waived CB Andrew Davison and T Charles Thomas
June 8 Signed sixth round selection RB Cedric Houton and waived QB Bill Whittemore
June 15 Terminated the contract of S Reggie Tongue
June 16 Signed DB James Taylor
June 30 Signed DT Sione Pouha
July 11 Signed S Andre Maddox
July 14 Acquired CB Pete Hunter from DAL for a conditional draft selection and announced the retirement of CB Donnie
Abraham
July 24 Signed WR Harry Williams, Jr.
July 25 Signed S Kerry Rhodes and TE/LS Joel Dreessen
July 28 Signed K Mike Nugent
July 29 Announced the retirement of RB Vick King; placed LB Kenyatta Wright on PUP (foot)
July 30 Signed RB Terry Butler
Aug. 2 Signed CBs Brandon Haw and Roosevelt Williams; Waived/injury settlement CB James Taylor; Claimed LB
Eric Mahl off waivers from Cleveland. Waived LB John Pickens
Aug. 8 Signed CB Ty Law to a multiple-year contract. Released CB Ray Mickens, CB Roosevelt Williams, G Dave
Yovanovits, S Derek Pagel, and RB Delvin Joyce.
Aug. 9 Signed RB/KR Decori Birmingham
Aug. 2 Traded S Jon McGraw to Detroit for a conditional draft choice; Waived CB Pete Hunter
Aug. 11 Signed S Atari Bigby and CB Art Thomas
Aug. 15 Removed LB Kenyatta Wright from the PUP list.
Aug. 22 Waived WR Jonathan Carter, waived/injured LB Mondoe Davis.
Aug. 25: Claimed LB James Kinney off of waivers from Jacksonville; waived K Xavier Beitia.
Aug. 27: Waived T Ethan Brooks, P Micah Knorr, CB Art Thomas, WR Carl Kearney, T Henry Tellis, RB/KR DeCori
Birmingham and WR Eddie Jackson.
Aug. 28 Signed FA S Aaron Francisco; placed S Andre Maddox on injured reserve and waived LB Eric Mahl and WR
Brock Ralph
Aug. 29 Signed WE-LB John Abraham to a one-year contract
Aug. 31 Waived DT Alan Harper
Sept. 3 Released RB Little John Flowers and Terry Butler, DB Atari Bigby, Aaron Francisco and Brandon Haw, QB
Kevin Eakin, DL Joey Evans, Radell Lockhart, Tim McGill, WR Chas Gessner, Terrence Stubbs, Harry
Williams and Jovan Witherspoon, LB Dennis Haley and James Kinney, OL Michael King, Mike Kracalik and
Chuck Missant and FB Austine Nwabuisi.

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Sept. 5 Signed LB Dennis Haley, OL Michael King and Mike Kracalik, FB Luke Lawton, DL Radell Lockhart, WR
Harry Williams and Jovan Witherspoon to the practice squad
Sept. 7 Signed OT Scott Gragg and place OT Marko Cavka on injured reserve. Waived G Isaac Snell
Sept. 8 Waived CB Lamont Reid
Sept. 9 Signed OL Isaac Snell to the practice squad and released OT Mike Kracalik from the practice squad
Sept. 13 Signed DB Jeremy LeSeuer to the practice squad
Sept. 19 Signed RB Terry Butler to the practice squad. Released LB Dennis Haley from the practice squad. Named Andy
Lee general counsel and vice president, legal affairs
Sept. 27 Signed QB Vinny Testaverde and waived WR Dante Ridgeway. Waived RB Terry Butler and DE Radell
Lockhart from the practice squad. Signed LB Renauld Williams and WR Dante Ridgeway to the practice squad
Sept. 28 Signed QB Kliff Kingsbury

GAME-BY-GAME OFFENSE
First Downs Offense Net Passing Net Rushing Pen Fumb. T.O.P.
GAME T R P PN AT YDS AVG A C I YDS TD SK AT YDS AVG TD NO YD NO LST
@ KC 9/11 19 0 19 0 70 390 5.6 44 27 1 333 1 3 23 57 2.5 0 8 80 7 2 31:29
vs. MIA 9/18 20 7 11 2 66 271 4.1 30 19 0 173 2 2 34 98 2.9 0 5 40 3 0 33:59
vs. JAX 9/25 12 4 5 3 51 168 3.3 22 11 2 79 0 4 25 89 3.6 1 6 44 3 1 25:34
@ BAL 10/2 8 2 5 1 48 152 3.2 28 14 0 124 0 5 15 28 1.9 0 5 39 0 0 21:59
Totals 59 13 40 6 235 981 4.2 124 71 3 709 3 14 97 272 2.8 1 24 203 13 3 27:33

GAME-BY-GAME OPPONENTS
First Downs Offense Net Passing Net Rushing Pen Fumb. T.O.P.
GAME T R P PN AT YDS AVG A C I YDS TD SK AT YDS AVG TD NO YD NO LST
@ KC 9/11 23 10 10 3 61 389 6.4 26 15 1 191 0 1 34 198 5.8 3 4 26 1 0 28:31
vs. MIA 9/18 15 5 9 1 63 235 3.7 43 20 1 169 1 2 18 66 3.7 0 10 88 3 0 26:01
vs. JAX 9/25 16 8 7 1 73 308 4.2 24 16 1 169 2 2 47 139 3.0 1 9 85 3 2 40:31
@ BAL 10/2 17 8 8 1 66 259 3.9 21 15 1 144 0 0 45 115 2.6 1 3 19 1 1 38:01
Totals 71 31 34 6 263 1191 4.5 114 66 4 673 3 5 144 518 3.6 5 26 218 8 3 32:27

2005 JETS GAME-BY-GAME OFFENSIVE STARTERS


QB RB FB WR WR TE LT LG C RG RT
@ KC C. Pennington C. Martin J. Sowell L. Coles J. McCareins C. Baker J. Fabini P. Kendall K. Mawae B. Moore A. Jones
vs. MIA C. Pennington C. Martin J. Sowell L. Coles J. McCareins C. Baker J. Fabini P. Kendall K. Mawae B. Moore A. Jones
vs. JAX C. Pennington C. Martin J. Sowell L. Coles J. McCareins C. Baker J. Fabini P. Kendall K. Mawae B. Moore A. Jones
@ BAL B. Bollinger C. Martin J. Sowell L. Coles J. McCareins C. Baker A. Jones P. Kendall K. Mawae B. Moore J. Fabini

2005 JETS GAME-BY-GAME DEFENSIVE STARTERS


DE DT NT WE JACK MLB SAM RCB S S RCB
@ KC S. Ellis D. Robertson J. Reed B. Thomas E. Barton J. Vilma V. Hobson D. Barrett E. Coleman K. Rhodes T. Law
vs. MIA S. Ellis D. Robertson J. Reed J. Abraham E. Barton J. Vilma V. Hobson D. Barrett E. Coleman K. Rhodes T. Law
vs.JAX S. Ellis D. Robertson J. Reed J. Abraham E. Barton J. Vilma V. Hobson D. Barrett E. Coleman K. Rhodes T. Law
@ BAL S. Ellis D. Robertson J. Reed J. Abraham M. Brown J. Vilma V. Hobson D. Barrett E. Coleman K. Rhodes T. Law

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TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS / WEEK 4 / THROUGH SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2, 2005


WON 4, LOST 0 * RUSHING No. Yds Avg Long TD
09/11 W 24-13 at Minnesota 63,939 Williams 99 447 4.5 71t 2
09/18 W 19- 3 Buffalo 64,777 Pittman 13 79 6.1 24 0
09/25 W 17-16 at Green Bay 70,518 Alstott 7 19 2.7 9 1
10/02 W 17-13 Detroit 64,994 Graham 4 15 3.8 7 0
10/09 at New York Jets Galloway 2 4 2.0 4 0
10/16 Miami Griese 9 3 0.3 7 0
10/30 at San Francisco TEAM 134 567 4.2 71t 3
11/06 Carolina OPPONENTS 82 246 3.0 14 1
11/13 Washington * RECEIVING No. Yds Avg Long TD
11/20 at Atlanta Galloway 17 316 18.6 80t 3
11/27 Chicago Clayton 17 196 11.5 41 0
12/04 at New Orleans Pittman 9 116 12.9 41t 1
12/11 at Carolina Smith 7 47 6.7 23t 2
12/17 at New England Becht 6 31 5.2 9 0
12/24 Atlanta Alstott 6 27 4.5 7 0
01/01 New Orleans Hilliard 5 33 6.6 10 0
T.B. Opp. Cook 3 18 6.0 11 0
TOTAL FIRST DOWNS 66 49 Williams 3 6 2.0 3 0
Rushing 26 12 TEAM 73 790 10.8 80t 6
Passing 35 30 OPPONENTS 64 677 10.6 37t 2
Penalty 5 7 * INTERCEPTIONS No. Yds Avg Long TD
3rd Down: Made/Att 30/63 14/47 Kelly 3 19 6.3 14 0
3rd Down Pct. 47.6 29.8 Allen 2 26 13.0 26 0
4th Down: Made/Att 0/0 2/4 Brooks 1 0 0.0 0 0
4th Down Pct. 0.0 50.0 TEAM 6 45 7.5 26 0
POSSESSION AVG. 33:50 26:10 OPPONENTS 6 213 35.5 88t 1
TOTAL NET YARDS 1309 881 * PUNTING No. Yds Avg Net TB In Lg B
Avg. Per Game 327.3 220.3 Bidwell 21 982 46.8 38.1 3 4 61 0
Total Plays 258 206 TEAM 21 982 46.8 38.1 3 4 61 0
Avg. Per Play 5.1 4.3 OPPONENTS 19 877 46.2 36.9 3 3 62 0
NET YARDS RUSHING 567 246 * PUNT RETURNS Ret FC Yds Avg Long TD
Avg. Per Game 141.8 61.5 Jones 11 3 115 10.5 22 0
Total Rushes 134 82 TEAM 11 3 115 10.5 22 0
NET YARDS PASSING 742 635 OPPONENTS 14 1 122 8.7 19 0
Avg. Per Game 185.5 158.8 * KICKOFF RETURNS No. Yds Avg Long TD
Sacked/Yards Lost 8/48 9/42 Cox 9 168 18.7 28 0
Gross Yards 790 677 Jones 3 49 16.3 21 0
Att./Completions 116/73 115/64 Smith 1 12 12.0 12 0
Completion Pct. 62.9 55.7 TEAM 13 229 17.6 28 0
Had Intercepted 6 6 OPPONENTS 15 313 20.9 43 0
PUNTS/AVERAGE 21/46.8 19/46.2 * FIELD GOALS 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+
NET PUNTING AVG. 21/38.1 19/36.9 M. Bryant 0/ 0 0/ 0 0/ 0 4/ 5 0/0
PENALTIES/YARDS 41/356 28/210 TEAM 0/ 0 0/ 0 0/ 0 4/ 5 0/0
FUMBLES/BALL LOST 3/1 6/4 OPPONENTS 0/ 0 2/ 2 1/ 1 2/ 3 1/1
TOUCHDOWNS 9 4 M. Bryant: (41G)(40G)(42G)(43G,46N)
Rushing 3 1 OPPONENTS: (53G,22G)(40G)(42N,32G)(44G,23G)
Passing 6 2
Returns 0 1
* SCORE BY PERIODS Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 OT PTS
TEAM 10 43 14 10 0 77
OPPONENTS 13 20 3 9 0 45
* SCORING TD-Ru-Pa-Rt K-PAT FG S PTS
M. Bryant 0 0 0 0 9/ 9 4/ 5 0 21
Galloway 3 0 3 0 0 18
Smith 2 0 2 0 0 12
Williams 2 2 0 0 0 12
Alstott 1 1 0 0 0 6
Pittman 1 0 1 0 0 6
Quarles 0 0 0 0 1 2
TEAM 9 3 6 0 9/ 9 4/ 5 1 77
OPPONENTS 4 1 2 1 3/ 4 6/ 7 0 45
2-Pt. Conversions: TEAM 0-0, OPPONENTS 0-0
SACKS: Rice 3.0, Barber 1.0, McFarland 1.0,
Nece 1.0, Quarles 1.0, Spires 1.0, TEAM 9.0,
OPPONENTS 8.0

* PASSING Att Cmp Yds Cmp% Yds/Att TD TD% Int Int% Long Sack/Lost Rating
Griese 116 73 790 62.9 6.81 6 5.2 6 5.2 80t 8/ 48 78.6
TEAM 116 73 790 62.9 6.81 6 5.2 6 5.2 80t 8/ 48 78.6
OPPONENTS 115 64 677 55.7 5.89 2 1.7 6 5.2 37t 9/ 42 57.0

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2005 NEW YORK JETS DEFENSIVE & SPECIAL TEAMS STATS


DEFENSIVE STATS
TOTAL
PLAYER SOLO ASSISTS FOR LOSS SACKS PRESSURES INT PD FF FR
TACKLES
J. Vilma 57 45 12 6 0.0 0 0 0 0 0
K. Rhodes 29 22 7 0 0.0 0 1 3 0 0
E. Coleman 26 17 9 0 0.0 0 1 1 0 0
E. Barton 25 13 12 1 0.0 0 0 1 0 0
J. Abraham 22 15 7 1 3.0 7 0 2 2 0
V. Hobson 22 16 6 3 0.0 1 0 0 0 1
D. Barrett 19 17 2 1 0.0 0 1 1 2 1
T. Law 16 14 2 0 0.0 0 1 3 0 0
B. Thomas 15 12 3 0 1.0 2 0 2 0 0
S. Ellis 15 13 2 1 1.0 5 0 0 1 0
J. Reed 14 9 5 1 0.0 0 0 0 1 0
M. Brown 13 7 6 0 0.0 1 0 0 0 0
D. Robertson 11 7 4 1 0.0 5 0 0 0 0
O. Celestin 7 7 0 0 0.0 0 0 1 0 0
D. Strait 6 4 2 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0
S. Pouha 2 1 1 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0
L. Legree 2 0 2 0 0.0 1 0 0 0 0
J. Miller 1 0 1 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0
R. Washington 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 1 0 0
TOTAL 15 5.0 22 4 15 6 2

SPECIAL TEAMS TACKLES


PLAYER TACKLES SOLO ASSISTS
D. Strait 7 5 2
R. Washington 5 3 2
J. Cotchery 5 5 0
K. Rhodes 4 3 1
M. Brown 4 2 2
K. Wright 4 4 0
E. Coleman 4 2 2
B. Gardner 4 3 1
R. Myers 2 2 0
O. Celestin 2 1 1
M. Nugent 2 1 1
J. Dearth 2 1 1
B.J. Askew 1 0 1
J. Sowell 1 1 0
B. Graham 1 0 1
D. Blaylock 1 1 0

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NEW YORK JETS / WEEK 4 / THROUGH SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2, 2005


WON 1, LOST 3 * RUSHING No. Yds Avg Long TD
09/11 L 7-27 at Kansas City 78,014 Martin 82 226 2.8 16 0
09/18 W 17- 7 Miami 77,918 Pennington 6 27 4.5 14 0
09/25 L 20-26 OT Jacksonville 77,422 Blaylock 7 18 2.6 11 0
10/02 L 3-13 at Baltimore 70,479 Sowell 1 1 1.0 1t 1
10/09 Tampa Bay Fiedler 1 0 0.0 0 0
10/16 at Buffalo TEAM 97 272 2.8 16 1
10/24 at Atlanta OPPONENTS 144 518 3.6 35t 5
11/06 San Diego * RECEIVING No. Yds Avg Long TD
11/13 at Carolina Coles 16 167 10.4 25 1
11/20 at Denver Baker 14 201 14.4 33 1
11/27 New Orleans McCareins 12 201 16.8 37 0
12/04 at New England Martin 10 45 4.5 14 0
12/11 Oakland Chrebet 7 68 9.7 18 0
12/18 at Miami Sowell 7 61 8.7 28 1
12/26 New England Jolley 4 33 8.3 12 0
01/01 Buffalo Blaylock 1 10 10.0 10 0
NY-J Opp. TEAM 71 786 11.1 37 3
TOTAL FIRST DOWNS 59 71 OPPONENTS 66 698 10.6 37 3
Rushing 13 31 * INTERCEPTIONS No. Yds Avg Long TD
Passing 40 34 Barrett 1 1 1.0 1 0
Penalty 6 6 Coleman 1 0 0.0 0 0
3rd Down: Made/Att 20/57 23/58 Law 1 0 0.0 0 0
3rd Down Pct. 35.1 39.7 Rhodes 1 0 0.0 0 0
4th Down: Made/Att 1/5 3/3 TEAM 4 1 0.3 1 0
4th Down Pct. 20.0 100.0 OPPONENTS 3 62 20.7 53 0
POSSESSION AVG. 27:33 32:27 * PUNTING No. Yds Avg Net TB In Lg B
TOTAL NET YARDS 981 1191 Graham 26 1162 44.7 38.8 2 7 58 0
Avg. Per Game 245.3 297.8 TEAM 26 1162 44.7 38.8 2 7 58 0
Total Plays 235 263 OPPONENTS 20 912 45.6 42.2 1 8 58 0
Avg. Per Play 4.2 4.5 * PUNT RETURNS Ret FC Yds Avg Long TD
NET YARDS RUSHING 272 518 Miller 6 1 9 1.5 12 0
Avg. Per Game 68.0 129.5 Cotchery 5 1 40 8.0 12 0
Total Rushes 97 144 McCareins 1 0 0 0.0 0 0
NET YARDS PASSING 709 673 TEAM 12 2 49 4.1 12 0
Avg. Per Game 177.3 168.3 OPPONENTS 14 7 113 8.1 23 0
Sacked/Yards Lost 14/77 5/25 * KICKOFF RETURNS No. Yds Avg Long TD
Gross Yards 786 698 Miller 12 335 27.9 50 0
Att./Completions 124/71 114/66 Baker 1 11 11.0 11 0
Completion Pct. 57.3 57.9 TEAM 13 346 26.6 50 0
Had Intercepted 3 4 OPPONENTS 12 257 21.4 34 0
PUNTS/AVERAGE 26/44.7 20/45.6 * FIELD GOALS 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+
NET PUNTING AVG. 26/38.8 20/42.2 Nugent 0/ 0 2/ 3 1/ 1 1/ 1 0/0
PENALTIES/YARDS 24/203 26/218 TEAM 0/ 0 2/ 3 1/ 1 1/ 1 0/0
FUMBLES/BALL LOST 13/3 8/3 OPPONENTS 0/ 0 1/ 2 2/ 3 3/ 3 0/0
TOUCHDOWNS 5 8 Nugent: (28B)(41G)(35G,25G)(21G)
Rushing 1 5 OPPONENTS: (41G,38G,32N)(21N)(32G,40G)(42G,
Passing 3 3 25G)
Returns 1 0
* SCORE BY PERIODS Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 OT PTS
TEAM 7 10 10 20 0 47
OPPONENTS 20 13 13 21 6 73
* SCORING TD-Ru-Pa-Rt K-PAT FG S PTS
Nugent 0 0 0 0 5/ 5 4/ 5 0 17
Sowell 2 1 1 0 0 12
Baker 1 0 1 0 0 6
Coles 1 0 1 0 0 6
Reed 1 0 0 1 0 6
TEAM 5 1 3 1 5/ 5 4/ 5 0 47
OPPONENTS 8 5 3 0 7/ 7 6/ 8 0 73
2-Pt. Conversions: TEAM 0-0, OPPONENTS 0-0
SACKS: Abraham 3.0, Ellis 1.0, B. Thomas 1.0,
TEAM 5.0, OPPONENTS 14.0

* PASSING Att Cmp Yds Cmp% Yds/Att TD TD% Int Int% Long Sack/Lost Rating
Pennington 83 49 530 59.0 6.39 2 2.4 3 3.6 37 9/ 52 70.9
Bollinger 28 14 149 50.0 5.32 0 0.0 0 0.0 32 5/ 25 65.9
Fiedler 13 8 107 61.5 8.23 1 7.7 0 0.0 23t 0/ 0 113.3
TEAM 124 71 786 57.3 6.34 3 2.4 3 2.4 37 14/ 77 74.2
OPPONENTS 114 66 698 57.9 6.12 3 2.6 4 3.5 37 5/ 25 70.0

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BUILDING THE 2005 NEW YORK JETS


Year Draftee (Round) Non Drafted Free Agents
1998 Jason Fabini (4)
Year Player
1995 Wayne Chrebet
2000 Shaun Ellis (1a)
John Abraham (1b) 2003 Mark Brown
Chad Pennington (1c) Brandon Moore
2002 Bryan Thomas (1) 2004 Oliver Celestin
Chris Baker (3)
Jonathan Goodwin (5) 2005 Mondoe Davis (IR)
Ben Graham
2003 Dewayne Robertson (1) Darrien Johnson
Victor Hobson (2) Michael King (PS)
B.J. Askew (3) Luke Lawton (PS)
Brooks Bollinger (6) Ryan Myers
Isaac Snell (PS)
2004 Jonathan Vilma (1)
Renauld Williams (PS)
Derrick Strait (3)
Jovan Witherspoon (PS)
Jerricho Cotchery (4a)
Adrian Jones (4b) Trades/Waivers
Erik Coleman (5)
Marko Cavka (IR) (6)
Year Player (Previous Team)
Darrell McClover (IR) (7a) 1997 Jerald Sowell (W-GB)
Trevor Johnson (7c)
Rashad Washington (7d) 2002 Jonathan Carter (W-NYG)

2005 Mike Nugent (2a) 2004 Justin McCareins (T-TEN)


Justin Miller (2b) 2005 Laveranues Coles (T-WAS)
Sione Pouha (3) Doug Jolley (T-OAK)
Kerry Rhodes (4) Steve Morley (T-GB)
Andre Maddox (IR) (5) Dante Ridgeway (W-CIN) (PS)
Cedric Houston (6a)
Joel Dreessen (6b) PS=Practice Squad
Harry Williams, Jr. (PS) (7) UFA=Unrestricted Free Agent
RFA=Restricted Free Agent
Veteran Free Agents FA=Free Agent
Year Player (How Acquired) T=Trade
W=Waivers
1998 Curtis Martin (RFA-NE)
Kevin Mawae (UFA-SEA)
2001 James Dearth (FA)
2003 Kenyatta Wright (UFA-BUF)
2004 Eric Barton (UFA-OAK)
David Barrett (UFA-ARI)
Pete Kendall (UFA-ARI)
2005 Derrick Blaylock (UFA-KC)
Jay Fiedler (UFA-MIA)
Barry Gardner (UFA-CLV)
Scott Gragg (UFA-SF)
Kliff Kingsbury (FA)
Ty Law (UFA-NE)
LeSueur, Jeremy (FA) (PS)
Lance Legree (UFA-NYG)
Vinny Testaverde (UFA-DAL)

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2005 Roster-Years of Experience


19 years (1) 3 years (5)
Vinny Testaverde B.J. Askew
Brooks Bollinger
12 years (1) Victor Hobson
Kevin Mawae Brandon Moore
Dewayne Robertson
11 years (4)
Wayne Chrebet 2 years (13)
Scott Gragg Mark Brown
Curtis Martin Marko Cavka (IR)
Ty Law Oliver Celestin
Erik Coleman
10 years (2) Jerricho Cotchery
Jay Fiedler Trevor Johnson
Pete Kendall Adrian Jones
9 years (1) LeSueur, Jeremy (PS)
Jerald Sowell Steve Morley
Darrell McClover (IR)
8 years (1) Derrick Strait
Jason Fabini Jonathan Vilma
Rashad Washington
7 years (2)
Eric Barton 1 year (3)
Barry Gardner Kliff Kingsbury
Luke Lawton (PS)
6 years (5) Ryan Myers
John Abraham
David Barrett Rookies (16)
Laveranues Coles Mondoe Davis (IR)
Shaun Ellis Joel Dreessen
Chad Pennington Ben Graham
Cedric Houston
5 years (6) Darrien Johnson
Derrick Blaylock Mickael King (PS)
James Dearth Andre Maddox (IR)
Lance Legree Justin Miller
Justin McCareins Mike Nugent
James Reed Sione Pouha
Kenyatta Wright Dante Ridgeway (PS)
Kerry Rhodes
4 years (4) Isaac Snell (PS)
Chris Baker Harry Williams Jr. (PS)
Jonathan Goodwin Renauld Williams (PS)
Doug Jolley Jovan Witherspoon (PS)
Bryan Thomas

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NEW YORK JETS VS. BUCCANEERS 10.9.05

NEW YORK JETS DEPTH CHART


As of October 3, 2005

S
S 45 Oliver Celestin
42 Rashad Washington 25 Kerry Rhodes
26 Erik Coleman

CB
CB
32 Darrien Johnson 21 Derrick Strait
22 Justin Miller 22 Justin Miller
36 David Barrett 24 Ty Law

JACK
MLB
53 Barry Gardner 52 Kenyatta Wright SAM
50 Eric Barton 55 Mark Brown
51 Jonathan Vilma 58 Ryan Myers
54 Victor Hobson

WE NT
97 Trevor Johnson 91 Sione Pouha
DT DE
99 Bryan Thomas 70 Lance Legree 70 Lance Legree 99 Bryan Thomas
56 John Abraham 93 James Reed 63 Dewayne Robertson 92 Shaun Ellis

SE LT LG C RG RT TE
87 Laveranues Coles 79 Adrian Jones 66 Pete Kendall 68 Kevin Mawae 65 Brandon Moore 69 Jason Fabini 86 Chris Baker
89 Jerricho Cotchery 69 Jason Fabini 78 J. Goodwin 78 J. Goodwin 78 J. Goodwin 74 Scott Gragg 88 Doug Jolley
76 Steve Morley 85 James Dearth
83 Joel Dreessen

QB
5 Brooks Bollinger FL
16 Vinny Testaverde
3 Kliff Kingsbury 81 Justin McCareins
10 Chad Pennington 80 Wayne Chrebet
9 Jay Fielder
RB FB
28 Curtis Martin 33 Jerald Sowell
23 Derrick Blaylock 35 B.J. Askew
34 Cedric Houston

P 7 Ben Graham K 1 Mike Nugent KO 1 Mike Nugent H 7 Ben Graham PR 89 Jerricho Cotchery KOR 22 Justin Miller LS 85 James Dearth
9 Jay Fiedler 81 Justin McCareins 89 Jerricho Cotchery 68 Kevin Mawae
83 Joel Dreessen

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NEW YORK JETS 2005 ALPHABETICAL ROSTER 10/3/05 NUMERICAL ROSTER

NO. NAME POS HT WT DOB EXP COLLEGE HOMETOWN HOW ACQ GP/GS/DNP/IA NO. NAME

ACTIVE ROSTER
56 Abraham, John WE/LB 6-4 258 5/6/78 6 South Carolina Lamar, SC D1b-00 4/3/0/0 1 Nugent, Mike
35 Askew, B.J. FB 6-3 233 8/19/80 3 Michigan Cincinnati, OH D3-03 2/0/0/2 3 Kingsbury, Kliff
86 Baker, Chris TE 6-3 258 11/18/79 4 Michigan State Queens, NY D3-02 4/4/0/0 5 Bollinger, Brooks
36 Barrett, David CB 5-10 195 12/22/77 6 Arkansas Osceola, AR UFA-04 (ARI) 4/4/0/0 7 Graham, Ben
50 Barton, Eric LB 6-2 245 9/29/77 7 Maryland Alexandria, VA UFA-04 (OAK) 3/3/0/1 9 Fiedler, Jay
23 Blaylock, Derrick RB 5-9 205 8/23/79 5 Stephen F. Austin Atlanta, TX UFA-05 (KC) 4/0/0/0 10 Pennington, Chad
5 Bollinger, Brooks QB 6-1 205 11/15/79 3 Wisconsin Grand Forks, ND D6-03 1/1/0/3 16 Testaverde, Vinny
55 Brown, Mark LB 6-0 238 5/19/80 2 Auburn Germantown, TN FA-03 4/1/0/0 21 Strait, Derrick
45 Celestin, Oliver S 6-0 207 2/25/81 2 Texas Southern New Orleans, LA FA-04 4/0/0/0 22 Miller, Justin
80 Chrebet, Wayne WR 5-10 188 8/14/73 11 Hofstra Garfield, NJ FA-95 4/0/0/0 23 Blaylock, Derrick
26 Coleman, Erik S 5-10 200 5/6/82 2 Washington State Spokane, WA D5-04 4/4/0/0 24 Law, Ty
87 Coles, Laveranues WR 5-11 193 12/29/77 6 Florida State Jacksonville, FL T-05 (WAS) 4/4/0/0 25 Rhodes, Kerry
89 Cotchery, Jerricho WR 6-0 207 6/16/82 2 NC State Birmingham, AL D4a-04 4/0/0/0 26 Coleman, Erik
85 Dearth, James TE-LS 6-4 270 1/22/76 5 Tarleton State Scurry, TX FA-01 4/0/0/0 28 Martin, Curtis
83 Dreessen, Joel TE-LS 6-4 260 7/26/82 R Colorado State Fort Morgan, CO D6b-05 2/0/0/2 32 Johnson, Darrien
92 Ellis, Shaun DE 6-5 285 6/24/77 6 Tennessee Anderson, SC D1a-00 4/4/0/0 33 Sowell, Jerald
69 Fabini, Jason T 6-7 304 8/25/74 8 Cincinnati Ft. Wayne, IN D4-98 4/4/0/0 34 Houston, Cedric
9 Fiedler, Jay QB 6-2 225 12/29/71 10 Dartmouth Oceanside, NY UFA-05 (MIA) 2/0/1/1 35 Askew, B.J.
53 Gardner, Barry LB 6-1 245 12/13/76 7 Northwestern Harvey, IL UFA-05 (CLE) 4/0/0/0 36 Barrett, David
78 Goodwin, Jonathan G-C 6-3 318 12/2/78 4 Michigan Columbia, SC D5-02 4/0/0/0 42 Washington, Rashad
74 Gragg, Scott T 6-8 315 2/28/72 11 Montana Silverton, OR UFA-05 3/0/1/0 45 Celestin, Oliver
7 Graham, Ben P 6-5 230 11/2/73 R Deakin (Australia) Geelong/Victoria Australia FA-05 4/0/0/0 50 Barton, Eric
54 Hobson, Victor LB 6-0 252 2/3/80 3 Michigan Mt. Laurel, NJ D2-03 4/4/0/0 51 Vilma, Jonathan
34 Houston, Cedric RB 6-0 220 6/28/82 R Tennessee Clarendon, AR D6a-05 0/0/1/3 52 Wright, Kenyatta
32 Johnson, Darrien DB 5-11 215 5/3/80 R Iowa Chicago, IL FA-05 3/0/1/0 53 Gardner, Barry
97 Johnson, Trevor WE/LB 6-4 260 2/26/81 2 Nebraska Lincoln, NE D7b-04 1/0/0/3 54 Hobson, Victor
88 Jolley, Doug TE 6-4 250 1/2/79 4 BYU Sandy, UT T-05 (OAK) 4/0/0/0 55 Brown, Mark
79 Jones, Adrian T 6-4 296 6/10/81 2 Kansas Dallas, TX D4b-04 4/4/0/0 56 Abraham, John
66 Kendall, Pete G 6-5 280 7/9/73 10 Boston College Weymouth, MA FA-04 4/4/0/0 58 Myers, Ryan
3 Kingsbury, Kliff QB 6-4 220 8/9/79 1 Texas Tech San Antonio, TX FA-05 0/0/0/1 63 Robertson, Dewayne
24 Law, Ty CB 5-11 200 2/10/74 11 Michigan Aliquippa, PA UFA-05 4/4/0/0 65 Moore, Brandon
70 Legree, Lance DL 6-1 300 12/22/77 5 Notre Dame St. Stephens, SC UFA-05 (NYG) 4/0/0/0 66 Kendall, Pete
28 Martin, Curtis RB 5-11 210 5/1/73 11 Pittsburgh Pittsburgh, PA RFA-98 (NE) 4/4/0/0 68 Mawae, Kevin
68 Mawae, Kevin C 6-4 289 1/23/71 12 LSU Leesville, LA UFA-98 (SEA) 4/4/0/0 69 Fabini, Jason
81 McCareins, Justin WR 6-2 215 12/11/78 5 Northern Illinois Naperville, IL T-04 (TEN) 4/4/0/0 70 Legree, Lance
22 Miller, Justin CB 5-10 202 2/14/84 R Clemson Owensboro, KY D2b-05 4/0/0/0 74 Gragg, Scott
65 Moore, Brandon G 6-3 295 6/3/80 3 Illinois Gary, IN FA-03 4/4/0/0 76 Morley, Steve
76 Morley, Steve T/G 6-7 330 8/18/81 2 St. Mary's (Canada) Halifax, Nova Scotia T-05 (GB) 0/0/0/4 78 Goodwin, Jonathan
58 Myers, Ryan LB 6-2 245 2/27/80 1 Akron Wellington, OH FA-05 3/0/0/1 79 Jones, Adrian
1 Nugent, Mike K 5-9 182 3/2/82 R Ohio State Centerville, OH D2a-05 4/0/0/0 80 Chrebet, Wayne
10 Pennington, Chad QB 6-3 225 6/26/76 6 Marshall Knoxville, TN D1c-00 3/3/0/1 81 McCareins, Justin
91 Pouha, Sione DT 6-3 325 2/3/79 R Utah Salt Lake City, UT D3-05 4/0/0/0 83 Dreessen, Joel
93 Reed, James DT 6-0 286 2/3/77 5 Iowa State Saginaw, MI D7a-01 4/4/0/0 85 Dearth, James
25 Rhodes, Kerry S 6-3 210 8/2/82 R Louisville Bessemer, AL D4-05 4/4/0/0 86 Baker, Chris
63 Robertson, Dewayne DT 6-1 317 10/16/81 3 Kentucky Memphis, TN D1-03 4/4/0/0 87 Coles, Laveranues
33 Sowell, Jerald FB 6-0 237 1/21/74 9 Tulane Baker, LA W-97 (GB) 4/4/0/0 88 Jolley, Doug
21 Strait, Derrick CB 5-11 189 8/27/80 2 Oklahoma Austin, TX D3-04 4/0/0/0 89 Cotchery, Jerricho
16 Testaverde, Vinny QB 6-5 235 11/13/63 19 Miami (FL) Floral Park, NY UFA-05 0/0/1/0 91 Pouha, Sione
99 Thomas, Bryan DE 6-4 266 6/7/79 4 Alabama-Birmingham Birmingham, AL D1-02 4/1/0/0 92 Ellis, Shaun
51 Vilma, Jonathan LB 6-1 230 4/16/82 2 Miami (FL) South Miami, FL D1-04 4/4/0/0 93 Reed, James
42 Washington, Rashad S 6-1 217 3/15/80 2 Kansas State Wichita, KS D7d-04 4/0/0/0 97 Johnson, Trevor
52 Wright, Kenyatta LB 6-0 240 2/19/78 5 Oklahoma State Vian, OK FA-03 4/0/0/0 99 Thomas, Bryan

Practice Squad
62 King, Michael G 6-3 298 6/15/82 R Northwestern State Natchitoches, LA FA-05 11 Witherspoon, Jovan
44 Lawton, Luke FB 5-11 237 8/26/80 1 McNeese State Lafayette, LA FA-05 18 Williams, Harry Jr.
31 LeSueur, Jeremy S 6-0 204 10/5/80 2 Michigan Holy Springs, MS FA-05 31 LeSuer, Jeremy
84 Ridgeway, Dante WR 6-1 200 4/18/84 R Ball State Decatur, IL W-05 (CIN) 0/0/0/3 44 Lawton, Luke
72 Snell, Isaac T 6-6 288 11/4/81 R North Dakota State Pipestone, MN FA-05 49 Williams, Renauld
18 Williams, Harry Jr. WR 6-3 185 8/10/82 R Tuskegee Birmingham, AL D7-04 62 King, Michael
49 Williams, Renauld LB 6-0 225 R Hofstra Westbury, NY FA-05 72 Snell, Isaac
11 Witherspoon, Jovan WR 6-3 210 8/13/81 R Central Michigan Fort Wayne, IN FA-05 84 Ridgeway, Dante

Injured Reserve
77 Cavka, Marko T 6-7 294 4/4/81 2 Sacramento State Cypress, CA D6-04 41 Maddox, Andre
43 Davis, Mondoe LB 6-1 225 3/19/82 R Delaware Newport News, VA FA-05 43 Davis, Mondoe
41 Maddox, Andre S 6-1 200 10/8/82 R North Carolina State Miami, FL D5-05 57 McClover, Darrell
57 McClover, Darrell LB 6-2 226 8/25/81 2 Miami (FL) Fort Lauderdale, FL D7a-04 77 Cavka, Marko

Total Players on Activer Roster: 52

Coaching Staff
Head Coach: Herm Edwards Assistants: Sal Alosi (Asst. Director of Physical Development), Jeremy Bates (Quarterbacks), Tim Berbenich (Offensive Assistant),
Corwin Brown (Def. Backs), Dick Curl (Assistant to the Head Coach/Running Backs), Sam Gash (Asst. Running Backs/Special Teams Coach), Pep Hamilton (Wide
Receivers), Mike Heimerdinger (Offensive Coordinator), Donnie Henderson (Defensive Coordinator), Denny Marcin (Defensive Line), Doug Marrone (Offensive Line),
Jason Mandolesi, (Defensive Assistant), Markus Paul (Director of Physical Development), Bob Sutton (Linebackers), Dave Szott (Offensive Assistant), Nate
Wainwright (Assistant Coach), Mike Westhoff (Asst. Head Coach/Special Teams Coordinator), John Zernhelt (Tight Ends).

Pronunciation Guide
Bollinger, Brooks…..BALL-in-jer Cavka, Marco…..CHAV-ka Coles, Laveranues…..lah-VER-nee-us Celestin, Oliver…..SELL-uh-stin Dreesen, Joel…..DREE-
son Fabini, Jason…..Fuh-BE-nee Fiedler, Jay…..FEED-ler Mawae, Kevin…..Ma-WHY McCareins, Justin…..Mick-CARE-ins McClover, Darrell.....Mick-CLOE-
ver Pouha, Sione.....Bow-uh-ha Sowell, Jerald......SOUL Washington, Rashad.....raa-SHOD Wright, Kenyatta.....ken-YA-ta
American Football Conference
East Division
Team W L T Pct PF PA Home Away Conf Div Streak
Miami Dolphins 2 1 0 .667 68 51 2-0-0 0-1-0 1-1-0 0-1-0 Won 1
New England Patriots 2 2 0 .500 87 108 1-1-0 1-1-0 2-1-0 0-0-0 Lost 1
New York Jets 1 3 0 .250 47 73 1-1-0 0-2-0 1-3-0 1-0-0 Lost 2
Buffalo Bills 1 3 0 .250 48 69 1-1-0 0-2-0 1-0-0 0-0-0 Lost 3

North Division
Team W L T Pct PF PA Home Away Conf Div Streak
Cincinnati Bengals 4 0 0 1.000 104 38 2-0-0 2-0-0 2-0-0 1-0-0 Won 4
Pittsburgh Steelers 2 1 0 .667 81 37 1-1-0 1-0-0 2-1-0 0-0-0 Lost 1
Cleveland Browns 1 2 0 .333 45 64 0-1-0 1-1-0 0-2-0 0-1-0 Lost 1
Baltimore Ravens 1 2 0 .333 30 52 1-1-0 0-1-0 1-2-0 0-0-0 Won 1

South Division
Team W L T Pct PF PA Home Away Conf Div Streak
Indianapolis Colts 4 0 0 1.000 78 26 2-0-0 2-0-0 4-0-0 2-0-0 Won 4
Jacksonville Jaguars 2 2 0 .500 62 64 1-1-0 1-1-0 1-2-0 0-1-0 Lost 1
Tennessee Titans 1 3 0 .250 69 106 1-1-0 0-2-0 1-2-0 0-1-0 Lost 2
Houston Texans 0 3 0 .000 24 65 0-1-0 0-2-0 0-3-0 0-0-0 Lost 3

West Division
Team W L T Pct PF PA Home Away Conf Div Streak
Denver Broncos 3 1 0 .750 80 68 2-0-0 1-1-0 3-1-0 2-0-0 Won 3
Kansas City Chiefs 2 2 0 .500 91 91 1-1-0 1-1-0 2-1-0 1-1-0 Lost 2
San Diego Chargers 2 2 0 .500 127 88 1-1-0 1-1-0 1-1-0 0-1-0 Won 2
Oakland Raiders 1 3 0 .250 76 89 1-1-0 0-2-0 0-2-0 0-1-0 Won 1

National Football Conference


East Division
Team W L T Pct PF PA Home Away Conf Div Streak
Washington Redskins 3 0 0 1.000 43 37 2-0-0 1-0-0 3-0-0 1-0-0 Won 3
New York Giants 3 1 0 .750 136 98 2-0-0 1-1-0 3-0-0 0-0-0 Won 1
Philadelphia Eagles 3 1 0 .750 112 68 2-0-0 1-1-0 1-1-0 0-0-0 Won 3
Dallas Cowboys 2 2 0 .500 88 88 0-1-0 2-1-0 1-1-0 0-1-0 Lost 1

North Division
Team W L T Pct PF PA Home Away Conf Div Streak
Chicago Bears 1 2 0 .333 52 39 1-1-0 0-1-0 1-1-0 1-0-0 Lost 1
Detroit Lions 1 2 0 .333 36 58 1-0-0 0-2-0 1-2-0 1-1-0 Lost 2
Minnesota Vikings 1 3 0 .250 64 107 1-1-0 0-2-0 1-2-0 0-0-0 Lost 1
Green Bay Packers 0 3 0 .000 43 60 0-2-0 0-1-0 0-2-0 0-1-0 Lost 3

South Division
Team W L T Pct PF PA Home Away Conf Div Streak
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 4 0 0 1.000 77 45 2-0-0 2-0-0 3-0-0 0-0-0 Won 4
Atlanta Falcons 3 1 0 .750 86 57 2-0-0 1-1-0 2-1-0 0-0-0 Won 2
New Orleans Saints 2 2 0 .500 68 87 1-1-0 1-1-0 1-2-0 1-0-0 Won 1
Carolina Panthers 1 2 0 .333 71 67 1-1-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 Lost 1

West Division
Team W L T Pct PF PA Home Away Conf Div Streak
Seattle Seahawks 2 2 0 .500 89 76 2-0-0 0-2-0 2-1-0 1-0-0 Lost 1
St. Louis Rams 2 2 0 .500 97 111 1-0-0 1-2-0 1-2-0 1-1-0 Lost 1
Arizona Cardinals 1 3 0 .250 74 110 1-1-0 0-2-0 1-3-0 1-2-0 Won 1
San Francisco 49ers 1 3 0 .250 76 132 1-1-0 0-2-0 1-3-0 1-1-0 Lost 3