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2000 New York Jets season
Head Coach Al Groh
Home Field Giants Stadium
Results
Record 9–7
Place 3rd AFC East
Playoff Finish did not qualify
Pro Bowlers 3
Timeline
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The 2000 New York Jets season was the 41st season for the team, and the 31st in the National Football League. The team tried to improve upon its 8–8 record from 1999. Under the auspices of new head coach Al Groh, who took over for the then-retired Bill Parcells, the team finished 9–7. This would be the only season Groh coached the team; he took the head coaching job at the University of Virginia after the season.

PersonnelEdit

Staff/CoachesEdit

2000 New York Jets final staff
Front Office

Head Coaches

Offensive Coaches

  Defensive Coaches

Special Teams Coaches

  • Special Teams – Mike Sweatman

Strength and Conditioning

RosterEdit

New York Jets 2000 final roster
Quarterbacks


Running Backs


Wide Receivers


Tight Ends

Offensive Linemen


Defensive Linemen

Linebackers


Defensive Backs


Special Teams

Reserve Lists

Practice Squad

Rookies in italics
 

Regular seasonEdit

ScheduleEdit

The Jets were ranked 12th in the NFL in total offense and finished tied with Philadelphia for 10th in total defense.

Week Date Opponent Result Game site Attendance
1 2000-09-03 at Green Bay Packers W 20–16 Lambeau Field
59,870
2 2000-09-10 New England Patriots W 20–19 The Meadowlands
77,687
3 2000-09-17 Buffalo Bills W 27–14 The Meadowlands
77,884
4 2000-09-24 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers W 21–17 Raymond James Stadium
65,619
5 Bye week
6 2000-10-08 Pittsburgh Steelers L 20–3 The Meadowlands
78,441
7 2000-10-15 at New England Patriots W 34–17 Foxboro Stadium
60,292
8 2000-10-23 Miami Dolphins W 40–37 (OT) The Meadowlands
78,389
9 2000-10-29 at Buffalo Bills L 23–20 Ralph Wilson Stadium
72,861
10 2000-11-05 Denver Broncos L 30–23 The Meadowlands
78,305
11 2000-11-12 at Indianapolis Colts L 23–15 RCA Dome
56,657
12 2000-11-19 at Miami Dolphins W 20–3 Pro Player Stadium
74,320
13 2000-11-26 Chicago Bears W 17–10 The Meadowlands
77,354
14 2000-12-03 Indianapolis Colts W 27–17 The Meadowlands
78,138
15 2000-12-10 at Oakland Raiders L 31–7 Network Associates Coliseum
62,632
16 2000-12-17 Detroit Lions L 10–7 The Meadowlands
77,513
17 2000-12-24 at Baltimore Ravens L 34–20 PSINet Stadium
69,184

StandingsEdit

Template:2000 AFC East standings

Best performancesEdit

  • Curtis Martin, Week 14, 203 Rushing Yards vs. Indianapolis (Franchise Record)
  • Richie Anderson, Week 8, 109 Rushing Yards vs. Miami
  • Richie Anderson, Week 15, 103 Rushing Yards vs. Oakland
  • Wayne Chrebet, Week 8, 104 Receiving Yards vs. Miami
  • Wayne Chrebet, Week 11, 140 Receiving Yards vs. Indianapolis
  • Laveranues Coles, Week 9, 131 Receiving Yards vs. Buffalo
  • Vinny Testaverde, Week 8, 378 Passing Yards vs. Miami Dolphins
  • Vinny Testaverde, Week 17, 481 Passing Yards vs. Baltimore Ravens
  • Dedric Ward, Week 1, 104 Receiving Yards vs. Green Bay
  • Dedric Ward, Week 2, 100 Receiving Yards vs. New England

StatisticsEdit

  • NFL Leader, Passes Attempted, 637 Passes
  • NFL Leader (tied), Times Sacked, 20

Awards and recordsEdit

  • Richie Anderson, AFC Pro Bowl Selection
  • Bryan Cox, AFC Defensive Player of the Week, Week 14
  • Mo Lewis, AFC Defensive Player of the Week, Week 7
  • Mo Lewis, AFC Pro Bowl Selection
  • Curtis Martin, AFC Offensive Player of the Month, September
  • Kevin Mawae, AFC Pro Bowl Selection

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

External linksEdit

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