Emerson Boozer played his entire professional career with the Jets. Boozer was a member of the Jets team that defeated the NFL's champion Baltimore Colts, 16-7, in Super Bowl III. Jets coach Wilbur 'Weeb' Ewbank utilized Boozer in pass blocking schemes then new to football. In blocking for both Matt Snell and Joe Namath, Boozer was part of two outstanding teams that narrowly lost just three games in 1968 and went 10-4 in 1969. In his rookie year with the New York Jets, Snell rushed for a team-record 180 yards against the Houston Oilers on his way to a 945-yard season and AFL Rookie of the Year honors. Snell went on to become an AFL Eastern Division All-Star in 1964 and 1966, and the Sporting News All-AFL fullback in 1969. Emerson Boozer & Matt Snell have both hand autographed this 8x10 Photo. Certificate of Authenticity.
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