New York Jets posters are always a popular gift idea, as the team is one of the most historic franchises in the history of the National Football League. AllPosters.com has a wide selection of items for Jets fans, from former legends like Joe Namath and Curtis Martin to modern stars such as Jerricho Cotchery and Chad Pennington.
New York Jets Posters – Laveranues Coles
Taken in the third round of the 2000 NFL Draft, Coles quickly became a star for the team. The Redskins offered him more money in 2003, so he journeyed there and made the Pro Bowl. Eventually, he was traded back to the Jets, and he caught the last touchdown ever on ABC�s final broadcast of Monday Night Football.
Several of Laveranues� posters feature him running down the field or in action with teammates like Chad Pennington. I have to admit that I don�t understand why many wide receiver posters don�t feature them catching the ball. After all, that�s what they do. Needless to say, my favorite Laveranues Coles poster shows him stretching out to make a one-handed catch.
The biggest star to ever play for the Jets, pure and simple. �Broadway� Joe Namath helped the AFL�s Jets defeat the NFL�s heavily favored Baltimore Colts in Super Bowl III. Since that time, he�s become a cultural icon, appearing in a variety of television shows, movies and commercials.
If you want your friends to think you�re old school, then go out and get yourself a Joe Namath poster. Not only do they capture the gritty days of the AFL, but they also serve as a valuable reminder of the league�s storied history. One such poster features Namath dropping back to pass with dirt and mud visible on his white pants. In the background, a blanket of snow covers the field.
Often referred to as The Meadowlands, this facility opened in 1976 and currently hosts home games for both the Giants and Jets. Located in East Rutherford, New Jersey, it is the second-largest stadium in the NFL.
A few photo enlargements are available, and each one is shot from inside the stadium. If you want to get an idea of the scope of The Meadowlands, be sure and pick up one of these pictures.
A graduate of Marshall University, Pennington was taken by the Jets in the first round of the 2000 draft. In 2006, he was voted NFL Comeback Player of the Year after suffering a rotator cuff injury. In 2007, he was benched for quarterback Kellen Clemens, and his future with the Jets is uncertain.
A number of Pennington posters are out there, but the best one resembles a football trading card. The rest are okay, but they�re hardly special.
Nicknamed �Brick,� Ferguson plays left tackle for the New York Jets. He was the 4th overall selection in the 2006 NFL Draft. Oddly enough, he was named for Father Ralph de Bricassart, a character played by Richard Chamberlain in the 1983 mini-series, The Thorn Birds.
Posters of offensive lineman blocking people aren�t the most exciting products out there, but fans of Ferguson will be delighted to know that several are available.
Playing at the cornerback position, Revis was the 1st round selection of the Jets in the 2007 draft. He immediately made his presence known, as he recorded 7 tackles in his first game. He finished his rookie year with 87 tackles and 3 interceptions.
Hopefully, more posters and photos will be available of Revis as his career progresses. Right now, there�s not much out there, and I would only recommend it to die-hard Darrelle Revis fans.
With a mother who raised seven children and worked 20 years in a Virginia coal mine, it�s no wonder that Thomas Jones has a strong work ethic. In his NFL career, he�s played for the Cardinals, Buccaneers, Bears and the Jets. He�s also the older brother of former Cowboys� running back, Julius Jones.
Even though he�s only been with the team for a short time, there are already a number of Thomas Jones photos and posters available. As you might have guessed, he�s running with the ball in each of them. The most eye-catching of the bunch is a crazy green poster which shows Jones running and preparing to throw a stiff-arm.