The New York Daily News reports Jets CB Ty Law got hit hard in the third quarter Sunday against the Bills and said he was woozy, but he returned in the fourth quarter to make his third interception of the game, likely his last in a Jets uniform. Law's performance in the Jets' 30-26 victory over the Bills at the Meadowlands put to rest any lingering questions about his ability after last year's season-ending injury. "There was a lot of doubt out there as to whether I would be able to play football again," Law said. "I am very proud of this season. It's bittersweet, because I had great expectations for this team, but I am very proud and happy with my individual performance." Law returned from a broken foot and surgery to repair ligaments in his foot a year ago this month to put together an impressive season. Despite missing most of the preseason and learning a new system, Law had a career-best 10 interceptions, also a team record for a cornerback. He is due an $11 million bonus in March to trigger the final six years of his contract, something very unlikely to happen.
Bleeding Silver and Black for over four decades...42 years and counting !!!
"...there was one constant, one center, one captain, one Original Raider...his name was Jim Otto, his number was 00...for more than a full decade, he was the standard of excellence by which centers were judged in professional football"...
Al Davis presenting Jim Otto at his Hall of Fame induction in 1980
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