Personalized New York Jets History Book - Gift Details
Relive the Jets’ most memorable moments with this Washington Post Newspaper Book, featuring reprints of reports written at the time.
Look inside the contents page.
This newspaper book on the New York Jets starts in September 1960 when, while still known as the Titans of New York, the team beat Buffalo, 27-3. Under new ownership, the team’s name was changed to the Jets in 1963 – an event that’s covered in here – while the side’s 16-7 victory over the Baltimore Colts at 1968’s Super Bowl III also gets its share of the limelight.
Thereafter, the team’s biggest successes all appear, thus creating a fantastic reportage history for any diehard Jets’ fan. Among this is plenty of coverage of the team’s playoff appearances during the 1980s, not least the efforts of 1986 when the team won nine straight games including a 51-45 overtime victory over the Miami Dolphins.
More recent stand-out moments also feature. These include the Jets’ first divisional title in 29 years in 1998, the 28-21 triumph over the much-fancied Patriots in January 2011 and the heartbreak of defeat to the Steelers that denied the Jets a place at the Super Bowl the same year.
As for the book itself, it measures in at an impressive 12.5 x 15 inches, bound in a burnt sienna cover. Made with an antique-style finish, the cover beautifully contrasts the book’s originally reported black and white content, for the ultimate New York Jets memorabilia.
Your New York Jets Book Personalized
Personalize your New York Jets Book by adding the recipient’s Name up to 22 characters, gold-embossed for free on the cover and a Message up to 150 characters on the certificate of the title page.
Your Personalized New York Jets Book is a collection of vast reports created by the Washington Post archive. Reproduced to an impressive tabloid 12.5 x 15” collectable, your text will be printed exactly as you have entered it, so please double check spelling, punctuation and capitalization. Accents and other symbols cannot be printed.