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23 Comments

  1. B. Shupper
    B. Shupper 16 October, 2020, 12:09

    I was at this game. An "absolute disaster" would have been a Jets loss in my opinion. This was a regular disaster. Definately a rowdy crowd. Thank goodness the Jets won a close game. A blowout Minnesota win would have made things worse.

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  2. Kevin Spillane
    Kevin Spillane 24 October, 2020, 17:46

    That game did Spawn the J E T S Jets Jets Jets chant
    https://youtu.be/6MTuAx6Ib30

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  3. Reign Man
    Reign Man 24 November, 2020, 12:23

    The mob is undefeated.

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  4. Mike Wack 67
    Mike Wack 67 29 November, 2020, 02:30

    "Monday night massacre". Like hell it was. in Cleveland we call that a Sunday afternoon

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  5. varain87
    varain87 12 December, 2020, 15:40

    COOL !!!

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  6. theoriginalfredstyle
    theoriginalfredstyle 3 January, 2021, 05:20

    I was at the game as a teenager, I really don’t remember all that nonsense. Would love a copy of this game! Any place where I can get it?Go Jets!

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  7. One Punch
    One Punch 21 January, 2021, 09:39

    Spoiler alert:
    Some of the footage in this vid isn't even from the Monday Night game.
    The scenes of the goalposts being taken down came from the Jets' 34-7 loss to Pittsburgh in December 1983, the Jets' last game in Shea Stadium.

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  8. epaddon
    epaddon 12 February, 2021, 14:51

    The reason there were no home games in New York on MNF in the 70s was because of the blackout rule, and there was no way ABC was going to forfeit the New York audience for a primetime game.

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  9. Ferdinand Cesarano
    Ferdinand Cesarano 28 February, 2021, 17:59

    This game could not have been considered much of a "disaster" if the NFL was willing to go back to Shea Stadium the following season.

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  10. Frankincensed
    Frankincensed 9 March, 2021, 03:49

    I was actually born the year MNF began, and I wasn't really aware of the NFL until 12-13 years later. Always fascinating to see these historical views. Just watched a 1965 This Week in Football with Pat Summerall when he was probably in his early thirties, a year before the NFL-AFL merger. I'm addicted to these old videos. Great stuff, man. Keep up the good work.

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  11. Frankincensed
    Frankincensed 9 March, 2021, 03:52

    I was actually born the year MNF began, and I wasn't really aware of the NFL until 12-13 years later. Always fascinating to see these historical views. Just watched a 1965 This Week in Football with Pat Summerall when he was probably in his mid-thirties, a year before the NFL-AFL merger. I'm addicted to these old videos. Great stuff, man. Keep up the good work.

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  12. DIAZ52
    DIAZ52 14 March, 2021, 18:13

    J!
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    JETS! JETS! JETS!!!!😅🤣😂😀👍

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  13. Derek Gendvil
    Derek Gendvil 12 April, 2021, 13:11

    This was still pre-Jets Sack Exchange.

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  14. Anonymous Google
    Anonymous Google 6 May, 2021, 14:02

    New York is full of scumbags. Nothing changes.

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  15. ManiaxOnYT
    ManiaxOnYT 1 June, 2021, 19:36

    All those Rowdy Fans are there to destroy Monday Night

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  16. marcus813
    marcus813 27 June, 2021, 11:05

    Thank goodness that mess wouldn't happen today. Nonetheless, how the hell did one of the clubs that kicked off the MNF era not get a home MNF game until 9 years later?! Strange.

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  17. James Heenan
    James Heenan 30 June, 2021, 20:37

    Gee, it's not just Philly fans that act that way. If I Have to hear from all the national sports media mention the Philly sports fans booing Santa Claus…

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  18. Jer Brew
    Jer Brew 2 July, 2021, 00:28

    Nuts!

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  19. Andrew Womble
    Andrew Womble 8 July, 2021, 23:20

    Seems like the atmosphere was a lot funner back then.

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  20. Walt Gekko
    Walt Gekko 10 July, 2021, 14:20

    This as I remember was the first-ever Monday Night Football game broadcast from the New York Metro area that was actually shown live in New York (I believe the Giants did host a rare (at that time) Monday night game on CBS during the late 1960's before the ABC package began, but that game was blacked out in New York). The blackout rules coupled with after that both New York football teams being downright awful during most of the 1970's prevented ABC from taking an MNF game played in the New York area before then. The Jets got this game after finishing 8-8 in 1978 (the first 16-game NFL season) and looked like they were on the upswing with a slew of young players in place. They would be 8-8 again in 1979 before slipping to 4-12 in 1980 and then in 1981 finish 10-5-1 and playing what turned out to be the only post-merger NFL playoff game ever at Shea.

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  21. altfactor
    altfactor 11 July, 2021, 10:13

    The reason the New York Jets never hosted a Monday night game until 1979 was the fact that until 1973, NFL games were blacked-out in the cities they were played in.

    ABC didn't want to lose the large New York viewing audience.

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  22. No One
    No One 30 July, 2021, 23:31

    Only Philly fans are worse than New Yorkers.

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  23. Jack Kitchen
    Jack Kitchen 25 August, 2021, 20:20

    I was a 13 yr old Viking fan, and I don't remember this game at all lol

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