Dec 8, 2013; Phoenix, AZ, USA; Arizona Cardinals linebacker John Abraham against the St. Louis Rams at University of Phoenix Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

New York Jets’ History By the Numbers: #94

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Let’s continue along our trip through Jets’ history, by jersey number. Over the last couple of days, we have been looking at significant jersey numbers from Jets’ gone by. We have listed them all, highlighted the significant ones, and put it to a vote with you guys. You get to choose who the greatest player to wear the jersey number is.

Today, we look at #94. So here are the players to wear the #94 for the New York Jets:

Ralph DeLoach
Rusty Guilbeau
Scott Mersereau
Matt Brock
Rick Terry
John Abraham
Marques Murrell
Marcus Dixon
Damon Harrison

Here are the most significant players off of this list:

JOHN ABRAHAM: When drafted by the Jets in 2000, he quickly became the best pass rusher to wear a Jets’ uniform since the Sack Exchange. From 2000-2005, he amassed 53.5 sacks, his best year with the Jets being 2001 with 13.0. John was dominant force for the Jets during his time here.

SCOTT MERSEREAU: Although best known for being the guy that collided with Dennis Byrd, Scott Mersereau was a talented player along the line for the New York Jets as well. From 1987-1993, Scott posted a modest but still important 19 sacks.

HONORABLE MENTION: DAMON HARRISON: It’s only been one full-time year for “Snacks”, so it’s hard to make the case for him against Abraham, but his season was so good, especially against the run, he deserves mention.

So, who was the best to wear #94? Please vote below:

Who is the best New York Jet to wear the number 94?

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