But when bluehen said:
It was in defiance of those odds that earns him the ultimate honor as a Jet. Greatness isn't defined solely by statistics. Having Chrebet be a player who stood loyal to one organization, fought for yards, fought for the team and was the reason we could keep drives alive and win games qualifies him as great in my eyes.
For you to be a Jet fan, and not want to see an honor given to an underrated athlete who dedicated his adult football career to an organization that's never gotten fair treatment in the media is ridiculous. He could've gone the Coles route in the past and demanded insane amounts of money and tested free agent markets, and he didn't. He made plays for the team when other players couldn't. He's one of the few great Jets in our history.. even greater than Curtis Martin, in my opinion.