1985

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1985 - Regular Season Record: 11-5
09/08/85 at L.A. Raiders 31-0
09/15/85 Buffalo 42-3
09/22/85 at Green Bay 24-3
09/29/85 Indianapolis 25-20
10/06/85 at Cincinnati 29-20
10/14/85 Miami 23-7
10/20/85 at New England 20-13
10/27/85 Seattle 17-14
11/03/85 at Indianapolis 35-17
11/10/85 at Miami 21-17
11/17/85 Tampa Bay 62-28
11/24/85 New England 16-13 (OT)
11/28/85 at Detroit 31-20
12/08/85 at Buffalo 27-7
12/14/85 Chicago 19-6
12/21/85 Cleveland 37-10
12/28/26 Wild Card New England 26-14

The 1985 New York Jets season.

Joe Namath is elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

The Jets score the most points in team history, in a 62-28 win over Tampa Bay. They racked up 581 yards of total offense, with Ken O'Brien throwing 5 TD passes, 3 of those to Mickey Shuler.

As a result of the 37-10 win over Cleveland, the Jets secure their 3rd playoff appearance in 5 season.

Ken O'Brien becomes the first QB to lead the NFL in passer ratings.

Jets commit 4 turnovers in losing the Wild Card game to New England.

Contents

Draft

Main Article: 1985 NFL Draft

Regular Season

Main Article: 1985 Regular Season game by game boxscores

Playoffs

Main article: 1985 Playoffs in Detail.

Final Standings

Team Wins Losses Ties PCT Points For Points Against
Miami Dolphins 12 4 0 .750 428 320
New York Jets 11 5 0 .688 393 264
New England Patriots 11 5 0 .688 362 290
Indianapolis Colts 5 11 0 .313 320 386
Buffalo Bills 2 14 0 .125 200 381

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