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Joe Namath's 415-yard passing game in a 29-7 home win over the Dolphins made him the first QB in club history to throw for 400 yards in a game.
RB Emerson Boozer was lost for the season after tearing knee ligaments during a 42-18 loss to the Chiefs at Kansas City. Boozer was challenging the pro touchdown record with 10 rushing TDs and three receiving scores when he got hurt.
The Jets held off the Patriots, 29-24, at Boston to improve to 7-2-1 with four games left and clinch the first winning season in franchise history
Namath's 343 yards in a season-ending 42-31 victory over the Chargers in San Diego on Christmas Eve gave him 4,007 yards for the season, making him the first QB in NFL history to throw for 4,000 yards in a season.
1967 New York Jets
|Regular Season Record: 8-5-1|
|11/05/67||@ Kansas City||18-42||Stats|
|12/24/67||@ San Diego||42-31||Stats|
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