Armed with the hard lessons learned from that experience, Namath hopes the same fate won’t befall Tom Brady, who similarly is confronted with parting ways with the team where he became an NFL legend.
Joe Namath was left impressed with what he saw out of Sam Darnold this week at training camp, but the New York Jets legend warned against outsized expectations heading into the 2019 NFL season.
Joe Namath bestowed about the highest praise possible upon Tom Brady earlier this week, and the forum in which the NFL legend made the statement — not to mention the compliment itself — drew the New
Joe Namath has long been known for his often-unflattering hot sports takes concerning his New York Jets. But his last social media salvo has left him “ashamed” over his behavior.
I know! I’m as blown away by this as you likely are: Joe Namath can actually clearly and soberly remember all the great events which occurred during that magical New York Jets season of 1968 wh
Hoo boy, this could get very, very interesting. As you can see above, Joe Namath has entered the 21st century and created his own Twitter account, aptly named RealJoeNamath.
Alright, I have no idea how stand-up comedy translates to the written word on a sports blog, but here goes:
Hey everybody. How’s it going? Great looking crowd out there, just great.
Allow me to reveal to you to the new face for the subset of jet-setting, privileged youth who feel they are allowed to do whatever they want because their mommy or daddy is famous.