1983

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1983 - Regular Season Record: 7-9
09/04/83 at San Diego 41-29
09/11/83 Seattle 17-10
09/18/83 at New England 23-13
09/25/83 L.A. Rams 27-24 (OT)
10/03/83 at Buffalo 34-10
10/09/83 at Cleveland 10-7
10/16/83 Miami 32-14
10/23/83 Atlanta 27-21
10/30/83 at San Francisco 27-13
11/06/83 Baltimore 17-14
11/13/83 Buffalo 24-17
11/21/83 at New Orleans 31-28
11/27/83 New England 26-3
12/04/83 Baltimore 10-6
12/10/83 Pittsburgh 34-7
12/16/83 at Miami 34-14

The 1983 New York Jets season.

Joe Walton takes over as head coach.

Citing Shea Stadium as "rundown, neglected and the NFL's poorest facility for athletes and spectators alike", the Jets announced they were moving to the meadowlands the following season. They did pledge to return in 1989 under certain conditions. We know how that worked out...

In front of 53,996 fans, the Jets lost 34-7 to Pittsburgh in their final game at Shea.

Mark Gastineau led the NFL in sacks.

Draft

Main Article: 1983 NFL Draft

Regular Season

Main Article: 1983 Regular Season game by game boxscores

Final Standings

Team Wins Losses Ties PCT Points For Points Against
Miami Dolphins 12 4 0 .750 389 250
New England Patriots 8 8 0 .500 274 289
Buffalo Bills 8 8 0 .500 283 351
Baltimore Colts 7 9 0 .438 264 354
New York Jets 7 9 0 .438 313 331

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