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1963 New York Jets season
Head Coach Weeb Ewbank
Home Field Polo Grounds
Results
Record 5–8–1
Place 4th AFL East
Playoff Finish did not qualify
Timeline
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1962 1964

The 1963 New York Jets season was the fourth season for the team in the American Football League (AFL) and the first under the moniker Jets. The season began with the team trying to improve on their 5–9 record from 1962 under new head coach Weeb Ewbank. The Jets finished the season 5–8–1, while playing their final season of home games at the Polo Grounds in Upper Manhattan, before relocating to Shea Stadium in the burrough of Queens the following season.

ScheduleEdit

Week Date Opponent Result Game site Attendance
1 1963-09-08 at Boston Patriots L 38–14 Fenway Park
24,120
2 Bye
3 1963-09-22 Houston Oilers W 24–17 Polo Grounds
9,336
4 1963-09-28 Oakland Raiders W 10–7 Polo Grounds
17,100
5 1963-10-05 Boston Patriots W 31–24 Polo Grounds
16,769
6 1963-10-13 at San Diego Chargers L 24–20 Balboa Stadium
27,189
7 1963-10-20 at Oakland Raiders L 49–26 Frank Youell Field
15,557
8 1963-10-26 Denver Broncos T 35–35 Polo Grounds
22,553
9 1963-11-02 San Diego Chargers L 53–7 Polo Grounds
20,798
10 1963-11-10 at Houston Oilers L 31–27 Jeppesen Stadium
23,619
11 1963-11-17 at Denver Broncos W 14–9 Bears Stadium
14,247
12 1963-12-01 Kansas City Chiefs W 17–0 Polo Grounds
18,824
13 1963-12-08 at Buffalo Bills L 45–14 War Memorial Stadium
20,222
14 1963-12-14 Buffalo Bills L 19–10 Polo Grounds
6,526
15 1963-12-22 at Kansas City Chiefs L 48–0 Municipal Stadium
12,202

External linksEdit

Eastern Division Western Division
Boston Denver
Buffalo Kansas City
Houston Oakland
New York Jets San Diego
1963 AFL DraftAFL Playoffs1963 AFL All-Star game
Related: 1963 NFL Season

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