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1964 New York Jets season

 

1964 New York Jets season

1964 New York Jets season
Head coach Weeb Ewbank
Home field Shea Stadium
Results
Record 5–8–1
Division place 3rd AFL East
Playoff finish did not qualify
Timeline
Previous season      Next season
< 1963      1965 >

The 1964 New York Jets season was the fifth season for the team in the American Football League (AFL). The season marked their first in Shea Stadium, after four seasons in the Polo Grounds. The season began with the team trying to improve on their 5–8–1 record from 1963 under head coach Weeb Ewbank. The Jets finished the season 5–8–1.

Schedule

Week Date Opponent Result Game site Attendance
1 1964-09-12 Denver Broncos W 30–6 Shea Stadium
44,497
2 Bye
3 1964-09-27 at Boston Patriots L 26–10 Fenway Park
22,716
4 1964-10-03 San Diego Chargers T 17–17 Shea Stadium
50,222
5 1964-10-10 Oakland Raiders W 35–13 Shea Stadium
36,499
6 1964-10-17 Houston Oilers W 24–21 Shea Stadium
35,816
7 1964-10-24 at Buffalo Bills L 34–24 War Memorial Stadium
39,621
8 1964-10-31 Boston Patriots W 35–14 Shea Stadium
45,033
9 1964-11-08 Buffalo Bills L 20–7 Shea Stadium
61,929
10 1964-11-15 at Denver Broncos L 20–16 Bears Stadium
11,309
11 1964-11-22 at Oakland Raiders L 35–26 Frank Youell Field
15,589
12 1964-11-29 Kansas City Chiefs W 27–14 Shea Stadium
46,597
13 1964-12-06 at San Diego Chargers L 38–3 Balboa Stadium
25,753
14 1964-12-13 at Houston Oilers L 33–17 Jeppesen Stadium
16,225
15 1964-12-20 at Kansas City Chiefs L 24–7 Municipal Stadium
14,316

External links

  • 1964 team stats

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