New York Jets NicknamesNicknames New York Jets
Anytime[ 67]Devin HesterHi's skill to give back thrills and punches for any touchdown at any point. 69 ]Andre RisonGet the name of ESPN's Chris Berman after CCR's tune "Bad Moon Rising". Hawk Ed ReedReed was always there to hit the shot (i.e. defend or intercept). Bam Bam BamKam KanzlerFor his devastating, great punching power.
Doug Big BallsDoug PedersonGift due to his aggressiveness. Specifically, he often decides to land in 4th place instead of shooting or trying to score a goals. Torry HoltGoes is returning to his North Carolina State collegiate careers when he had great achievements in matches such as against second-place Florida State Seminoles, who scored two +60-yards touchdowns to help stun Seminoles 24-7 for the program's greatest surprise in 31 years.
Blonder BomberTerry BradshawHis blonde coat combines with his tendency to toss the shot on the pitch, so "Bomber" bloodJohn McNallyInspired by the movie Blood and Sand, McNally took his first name to hide his identity while he first became professional, hoping to one day return to college football (he never did).
Boobie Anthony DixonThe epithet comes from Boobie Miles, from Friday Night Lights glory, and was awarded by his fellow classmates at school. Brickwall Ray LewisLewis had the skill to strike a player very badly and hurt them often. Joe JoeJoe NamathRefers to the broad boulevard that led through New York - the town where he used to play QB with the New York Jets.
Breesus Drew BreesPlay on Brees' last name and his perceptions as the saviour of Saints Football. Burner Michael TurnerGiven both because of his capacity to run long distances and because it is rhyming with his last name. I got the name in high school. Because of its capacity to wear tackles on its back like a "bus" Butch Cassidy and the Sundance KidLarry Csonka & Jim KiickMiami Dolphins run back duet from 1968 to 1974; called after the film about the infamous anarchists.
The Captain CheckdownTrent EdwardsName, given to Trent Edwards for his denial of throwing the low shot, preferred to run out of backs or narrow ends instead. The nickname of Captain KirkKirk Kirk Nickname is adjusted to the Star Trek James Kirk name. Comeback Captain Roger StaubachName gave Dallas Cowboy back Roger Staubach his name during his seventies tenure for his capacity to revitalise his side so they don't fall to the ground during important outings.
KidJoe Montana ComebackNickname awarded to Joe Montana for his victories in coming back, and to colleges and professionals. crazy LegsElroy HirschNamed for his exceptional walking skills. 1981-83 New York Giants line backing crews are known for their tough playing and for producing many quarterly back bags, particularly Taylor.
It is attributed to Mario Sestito of Troy, New York, that he coined the name after a NY Giants newspaper competition at the times known as " Inside Football " organized a competition to name this defense team. For his playful abilities, both with the arms and with the feet. He' s the most perilous gambler on the pitch. Because of its powerful -back of the game in comparison to a diesel-powered lorry.
The name Dougie FreshDoug PedersonA is Doug E. Fresh. Najeh DavenportAllusion to an event that supposedly happened during his studies, as well as a takeover of the Jerome Bettis epithet, "The Bus" The EnforcerKenny EasleyEasley rightly deserves his epithet "The Enforcer" for this type of game on the pitch.
A versatile great sportsman, he gained credit for his skills, among them 5 Bowl Pros, 5 Overall All-Pros, AFC Defensive Rookie of the Year Awards 1981, AFC Defensive Player of the Year Awards 1983, NFL 1980s All-Decade Team Awards 1983, is in the Seattle Seahawks Ring of Honor and was admitted to the Football Hall of Fame even though he played only 7 seasons.
The famous JameisJameis WinstonA nods to Winston's social image during his academic and career, as well as a piece about the Famous Amos cookie name. And Winston applied for a trade mark for the name. The Feeva IslandJason VerrettDuring his press meeting at the harvester, Verrett said his name was Feeva Iceland because he's "a gambler who's always hot," has a temperature, and often does man-to-man reports "on an isle.
" Fitzmagic  Ryan FitzpatrickHis skill to reverse a protracted aggressive assault by Buffalo Bills after several years of Mediocrity. FredexFreddie MitchellA plays with his first name and FedEx. J. RajiA plays out the moniker William "The Refrigerator" Perry, which the bears used in a similar way in the 1980s. "Frozen " also refers to Packers' home ground Lambeau Field, known for its icy December and February weather.
Elbert DubenionJohnny Green, a back-up back-up on Dubenion's Buffalo Bills, complimented Dubenion with his backhand, admired his extraordinary pace and claimed he couldn't capture a football: Another game of the Unbelievable Hulk due to Rob's greatness, might and domination. LegGreg the LegGreg ZuerleinThe questionable alias relates to the abilities of Zuerlein to score gates from afar.
Hausch Money Steven HauschkaPete Carroll, Seattle Seahawks chief trainer, nicknamed Hausch Money in reaction to Hauschka's skill in kicking gates in coupling positions. Its name was resurrected, possibly independent, when Hauschka followed the Buffalo Bills and kept making important gates, often from a great distance. Headhunter Jackie WallaceWallace often lead with his mind during his gameplay carrier, a strategy that Wallace assumed could have resulted in cerebral injury later in live.
Hey Hate MeRod SmartSelf-loving alias that Smart used on the back of his shirt during his XFL days. Smart-creates the epithet by assisting him penetrate the NFL after the XFL has pleated. Man from the Ice  Carlos HuertaPossessed at colleges, Huerta was known for maintaining his serenity ( "stay cool") in stress.
Joe-CoolJoe Montana and Joe-FlaccoJoe Montana's capacity to stay quiet in pressures brought him the name. Nate NewtonThe kitchenNate NewtonSince he was presumably taller than "William "Refrigerator" Perry" The KingJim CorcoranCorcoran, a fellow waitress whose NFL carrier was quite short, he gained a fame as a pomp in high schools, when Corcoran, who came onto the pitch in a neat suit after a rain storm, received a applause of "hail on the king" from a bystander.
About the Legion of Doom, a cartoon superervilline group. Initially the epithet was used as a epithet for the Seahawks, but over the years it had evolved to include the whole of the defend. M-80[ 150]Malcom FloydThis first original and jazz number combines, also because of its Tiefspielfähigkeit.
Perhaps best known for operating the Bills' No-Huddle Offense, Machine Gun KellyJim KellyJim Kelly Kelly was the fast-paced and defensive "No-Huddle Offense," which prevented enemy defenders from making replacements in time and established Buffalo Bills as one of the NFL's most effective and perilous crimes. Daryle LamonicaLamonica's crazy bomberDaryle inclined to drop the bullet low or "bomb" in needless circumstances.
Minitron Julian EdelmanWhile not making many comparison between the tiny Julian Edelman on the one hand and the fiendish Calvin Johnson on the other, Tom Brady did exactly that by giving Julian a new nickname: "Minitron" MongoSteve McMichaelTaked by the figure in the movie Blazing Saddles, performed by Alex Karras. Elk Daryl JohnstonGift him from Cowboys back-up back Babe Laufenberg for his locking capability and his opening for Runningback Emmitt Smith.
It was also called "The Man From Milton" because he went to Milton Collegiate, which did not exist until his NFL QB days. Music Hamster Doug MartinOriginal the name of his collegiate friend, who was a small but mighty grammar school girl and later became Martin's name because of her small age.
Mr. AutomaticKickersNickname given to any player who performs well. Chad JohnsonOcho CincoChad JohnsonSelf-awarded Spaniard specific referral to its unique number (85); initially Chad Johnson, lawfully amended to 'Chad Ochocinco' in 2008 (amended again to Johnson in 2012). The Pillsbury ThrowboyJared LorenzenOne of the many nicknames that QB has earned over the years.
Some other nicknames are : Lorenzen repeatedly weighted almost 300 lbs during his gaming history. "Quiet StormMarques ColstonReference to Colston's timidity and skill at making great games. Lead DMCDarren McFaddenHis pace; given him early 2011 Season, also given a game on his initials. Go ahead. ShadyLeSean McCoyhi's mom gave him the name because he had many moods at a young age.
Honey FeetJames WhiteA name that went from high schools to professionals because of its speed in walking the ball. What's more, it's a little more of a secret. Sweetness Walter PaytonEarned in college at Jackson State University for his smooth movements on the pitch, his stunning dance prowess, and his kind character. Nicknamed after the former Saints Head Coach Hank Stram.
Jeff TuelA plays in the show - within a show - Tool Time show in the 90s Home Improvement sittingcom. Tuna Bill ParcellsBestowed 1980, even after finishing his (very short) NFL players carrier, when Parcells was New England Patriotsistant, as a tribute to the promotional artist Charlie the Tuna. TupaTupa took full use of the legalisation of two-point converting in the 1994 NFL campaign; as the owner of additional points, he pick up the football and ran for converting three points this campaign, the first NFL players to scored such a goal.
His Uncle RicoKyle OrtonOrton had a similarity to his Uncle Rico, an alluvial former high schools back-up quarterback in the film Napoleon Dynamite, especially during his days with the Buffalo Bills. Before his signature at the Bills, he was nicknamed Neckbeard for his facehairs. UptownGene UpshawA plays with his name, but also with his guarding position in run-blocking.
XBrian Dawkins WeaponHis a hard-hitting, playful playing skill. WD40 Mike Alstott and Warrick DunnFor Dunn's letters and Alstott's 40th anniversary shirt, a pack of the same named lube. WorldJerry RiceHe was nicknamed "World" at Mississippi Valley State University because there was no passport in the word he could not capture.
Yoda Steve LargentFor his capacity to use "power" to imagine how he makes a capture. Over the course of the league's existence, a number of regulations have been issued, mainly based on the achievements of an individual trainer, proprietor, player and/or referees on the pitch.