(Left: Can you say Broadway Mark?)
In the wake of the Brett Favre retirement and possible un-retirement, Jets fans are left thinking what could be with their new savior, Mark Sanchez.
As for their old saviors-who the hell cares?
While Sanchez slightly resembles their original golden boy, Joe Namath, he breathes a whole new life into the organization.
The type of confidence and dreaminess that they couldn't experience, not even when they first drafted Chad Pennington.
They couldn't get it through trades or free agents, either. No, nothing in the past 50 years they've done at the position quite matches them trading up to nab Sanchez at the fifth spot.
But that doesn't mean he's going to be a great quarterback.
And that surely doesn't mean the quarterbacks before him played for nothing.
In excitement for Sanchez's career to start, here's a look back at the top 10 most productive, effective, and popular Jets quarterbacks to play in the Big Apple.