Robert Kraft's Son Josh Jokes That Jets' Hall of Fame Is 'Nonexistent'

Mike Chiari@mikechiariFeatured ColumnistJune 9, 2017

IMAGE DISTRIBUTED FOR GILLETTE - Josh Kraft, President and CEO of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Boston, speaks at the Passport to Manhood event featuring basketball legend and Hall of Famer Robert
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The son of New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft, Josh Kraft, took a major dig at the rival New York Jets during the New England Patriots Charitable Foundation awards Thursday.

According to Rich Thompson of the Boston Herald, Kraft concluded his speech at Gillette Stadium by urging those in attendance to check out the Patriots' Hall of Fame and saying, "It's a lot better than the Jets' Hall of Fame, which is nonexistent." 

While the Jets franchise has been in existence since 1960, it has just one Super Bowl championship to its credit, winning Super Bowl III in 1968.  

New England, meanwhile, has won five with all of them coming since 2001.