The New York Jets are a professional American football team based in the New York metropolitan area. The Jets compete in the National Football League as a member club of the league’s American Football Conference East division.

New York Jets Greatest Running Backs In History

Curtis Martin

Martin was endorsed as a limited free specialist in 1998 by New York and to this date is the best free-specialist marking in team history. In eight seasons with the Jets, Martin turned into the franchise’s record-breaking innovator in scores (58), surging yards (10,302), and 1,000+ yard seasons (7).

What’s more, he holds the Jets single-season hurrying record (1,697) in 2004 and is the main player in franchise history to average 100+ yards per game in a season (106.1) additionally in that equivalent season.

Freeman McNeil

In the team’s history, Freeman positions second untouched in hurrying yards (8,074) and surging endeavors (1,798). His eight-season finisher games are the most by any player in group history and his three professional season finisher scores attach him with Martin and Shonn Greene.

Emerson Boozer

Emerson Boozer was drafted by both the AFL and NFL, however, he did most of his damage with the Jets. The Super Bowl champion running back ranks third all-time in rushing in team history with 5,135 yards. He’s also got the second most touchdowns for a running back with 52. Boozer posted a career 4.0 yards per carrying average in his 10 seasons with the Jets. Boozer is one of four Jets running backs to have multiple seasons with double-digit touchdowns.

Johnny Hector

Johnny Hector is shockingly high up in numerous factual classes with respect to Jets’ running backs. Drafted out of Texas A&M in 1983, Hector gave a major lift to the group particularly with every one of the wounds McNeil managed. In 10 seasons with New York, Hector played in 126 games, which positions third unequaled in group history. In any case, he just began 36 of them.

Thomas Jones

Thomas Jones rushed for over 1,000+ yards in every one of his three seasons. Despite the fact that he just counted one surging score his first season with Gang Green, he followed it up with a 13 TD season in 2008 and a 14 TD season in 2009. Those single-season TD aggregates are as yet best among Jets’ running backs.


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