It’s slow so, I have a question for those that have been lifelong Jet fans. Who were your favorite players? There were some that I liked, and some I was a raving fan for, but my choices come down to the working men who left it all on the field. 1. Wayne Chrebet – Spent 11 years on the jets and became a fan favorite of a generation. All-time in franchise receiving yards and touchdowns. Jets Ring of Honor. 2. Ronald “Kyle” Clifton - played 13 seasons for the New York Jets, playing in 204 games. Jets all-time leading tackler. Led the NFL in tackles for a season three times. A working man’s LB. 3. Mark Gastineau – Left after 9 years, and I was real mad about it at the time, I loved his sack dances. Franchise leader in career sacks (74) and single-season sacks (22 in 1984). Twice led the NFL in sacks for a season (1983, 84). Jets Ring of Honor. Franchise record 22 sacks (1984). 4. Nick Mangold – He was an anchor for our o-line. Seven-time Pro Bowler. Two-time first-team All-Pro. Had to step in the shoes of a HOF center (Kevin Mawae) and he became one of the top two centers in franchise history. 5. Joe Klecko – Heart of the Jets defense. A four-time Pro Bowler, two-time first-team All-Pro and a key part of the famed "New York Sack Exchange." Led the NFL with 20.5 sacks, setting a then-franchise record (1980). Jets Ring of Honor. No. 73 retired by Jets. Note 1: I was too young at the time Don Maynard played to remember, but through film he was incredible. If I had been older to see him play during his career, he would surely have been one of my favorites. First player to join the Titans, now the Jets, and played a key role in the franchise's only Super Bowl. Pro Football Hall of Famer. Held pro record for total receptions and receiving yards. Franchise leader in receptions, receiving touchdowns and receiving yards. AFL All-Time Team. Jets Ring of Honor. No. 13 retired by Jets. Note 2: Dennis Byrd came in the year following Mark Gastineau’s abruptly leaving and he managed to fill the void. I was a huge Dennis Byrd fan. If he wouldn’t have been hurt, I think he would have had a good career. Only played for 3-1/2 season but recorded 28 sacks and inspired fans everywhere. No. 90 retired by Jets.