Ranking Every Season of Each Jets One-Time Pro Bowler Since 1970

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Ranking Every Season of Each Jets One-Time Pro Bowler Since 1970
Courtesy of gq.com

Since 1961, a total of 60 different New York Jets have been able to call themselves Pro Bowl players while wearing the green and white.

Bill Mathis, Dick Felt, Al Dorow and Bob Mischak became the first "Jets" Pro Bowlers (they were actually members of the New York Titans) when they were named to the 1961 AFL Pro Bowl squad.  

Many Jets players made a habit of going to multiple Pro Bowls during their Jets careers.

Winston Hill still holds the record for most Pro Bowls as a Jet with eight, and Kevin Mawae made it six years in a row from 1999-2004.

Larry Grantham, Mark Gastineau, Marvin Powell and Joe Namath made it five times each while current Jets Nick Mangold and Darrelle Revis are already four-time Pro Bowlers.

But what about the one-timers club?

Since 1970 there have been 15 players who have made just a single Pro Bowl during their time as a Jet.  

Some had just that one flash-in-the-pan season that earned them a trip, while others may have been overlooked in other years.  Some have had just brief pit stops with the Jets during much longer careers, while others had their Jets careers cut short by injury.

This slideshow ranks the seasons of each one-time Jets Pro Bowler since 1970.

(Note: This list takes into account only the player's Jets career.  Many players on the list have appeared in multiple Pro Bowls over the course of their careers for other teams.)

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