New York Jets Tickets
The Gang Green may not have some football conference championship trophies to their account but they sure have developed a taste for victory. The talented squad of the New York Jets has led the team to victory on numerous occasions year after year. The performance chart of the players may have dropped slightly but the squad is still young and has got what it takes to get the team back on the winning track. Season after season, they have repeated their wonderful performance that has not only made the team but also the fans proud. New York Jets boast a very ardent fan base that pours into the stadium, supporting their players, game after game. They are the reason why all New York Jet tickets get sold out soon after they go on sale so if you want to have a pair for you and your buddies, you better be quick!
New York Jets Tickets
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The New York Jets play in the National Football League as a member of the Eastern Division of the American Football Conference. They have won numerous prestigious trophies and set quite some examples both on and off the field. To this day, they have made no less than 13 appearances in the playoffs. As if that was not enough, they have also managed to win the prestigious AFL - NFL Super Bowl Championships title back in 1968. That remains the biggest achievement of the Gang Green to date. 1968 was the best year in the history of the New York Jets team as during this same year, they also won their first AFL Championship. Unfortunately enough, the team has not been able to repeat its performance to date but the fans have not given up hope just yet as they know it for sure that all their team needs is a lucky shot, otherwise they do not lack any talent.
The franchise was originally founded as the New York Titans in 1960. Even though the team got off to a decent start right in the beginning of its career, it did not get as much popularity amongst football fans as was expected. The team initially used to play in Polo Grounds. Just after 3 years of the foundation of the franchise, the team was renamed after the popular baseball team of that time and came to be known as the New York Jets. This was also the time when the team moved to the Shea Stadium. For almost nineteen years, the team continued to play in Shea Stadium before moving to Giants Stadium. Only in 2010, the team moved to its newest home of New Meadowlands Stadium, which will now be one of the grounds to witness some of Jets rivalries.
New York Jets are known for their long rivalry with the New England Patriots. The rivalry of the team is almost as old as the franchise of the New York Jets itself. The rivalry was aggravated by the hot and repeated encounters during the 1990s. When Bill Parcells, who was the coach of the New England Patriots, joined Jets, the rivalry was further escalated. Parcells departure in 2000 was followed by the resignation of assistant coach Bill Belichick. When Belichick was later on hired by the Patriots, it fueled the rivalry even further. The rivalry continues to this date and has produced a number of stellar games over the years.
While the Jets have given many memorable performances in their fixtures against their rivals, their fans still want more. Even though the Jets qualified for the playoffs in 2009, they did not quite manage to get pass that stage which was really unfortunate for the team as well as the fans. Year after year, a number of really talented players have made into the squad of the New York Jets. The Jets could use all the support they can get during this time. Grab some New York Jets tickets and support your team like a true fan.
New York Jets Rivalries
New England Patriots
The Jets and Patriots are famous for not getting along. Their competitive dynamics have been set since their first game, back when the Jets were known as the Titans. September 1960 saw a Week 3 game between the Boston Patriots and New York Titans during the inaugural AFL season. The Patriots traveled to New York and gained a 7-0 lead as play began. But over the remaining game, the Titans scored 24 points and were in a considerable lead. With the last twelve seconds to go, the Patriots forced a punt which led to Boston’s touchdown and they trailed by only three points. This infuriated the Jets who argued play should have been called dead with the Patriots’ first kick. This became the beginning of an intense rivalry.
2007 was the peak of this rivalry, with the Spygate scandal. The Jets’ then-coach Walt Michaels accused the Patriots of using stolen signals to their advantage. The deciphered signals, he argued, were given to his team by third parties. The accusations were never proven but became a highlight in this competition.
The New York Giants
The Jets and Giants rivalry comes with the territory as both the teams reside in New York City. This Intra-city, inter-conference match-up results in the two teams sharing a stadium as well. Based in the city’s metropolitan area, they frequently come into contact on-field and their fans come into contact off-field all the time as well.
In December 2011, this intense rivalry came forward during the Super Bowl. The Jets coach, Rex Ryan, tried his best to get on the Giants’ competitive side as the two team’s managements attempted to keep their playoff hopes alive. Right before their December game, the Jets covered up the Giants’ Super Bowl team logos plastered over the walls outside their locker room. This was full on battle, and the Giants and Jets were all out in this game. It ended with a Giant’s win and Brandon Jacobs taunting Ryan. Since this win eliminated the Jets from the playoffs, the Jets are fueled with the ambition to bring down the Giants during the Super Bowl.
|1||Sun, 08 Sep 2019||Buffalo||L17-16||0-1|
|2||Mon, 16 Sep 2019||Cleveland||L23-3||0-2|
|3||Sun, 22 Sep 2019||New England||L30-14||0-3|
|5||Sun, 06 Oct 2019||Philadelphia||L31-6||0-4|
|6||Sun, 13 Oct 2019||Dallas||W24-22||1-4|
|7||Mon, 21 Oct 2019||New England||L33-0||1-5|
|8||Sun, 27 Oct 2019||Jacksonville||L29-15||1-6|
|9||Sun, 03 Nov 2019||Miami||L26-18||1-7|
|10||Sun, 10 Nov 2019||New York||W34-27||2-7|
|11||Sun, 17 Nov 2019||Washington||W34-17||3-7|
|12||Sun, 24 Nov 2019||Oakland||W34-3||4-7|
|13||Sun, 01 Dec 2019||Cincinnati||L22-6||4-8|
|14||Sun, 08 Dec 2019||Miami||W22-21||5-8|
|15||Thu, 12 Dec 2019||Baltimore||L42-21||5-9|
|16||Sun, 22 Dec 2019||Pittsburgh||W16-10||6-9|
|17||Sun, 29 Dec 2019||Buffalo||W13-6||7-9|
|1||Thu, 08 Aug 2019||New York||L31-22||0-1|
|2||Thu, 15 Aug 2019||Atlanta||W22-10||1-1|
|3||Sat, 24 Aug 2019||New Orleans||L28-13||1-2|
|4||Thu, 29 Aug 2019||Philadelphia||W6-0||2-2|
New York Jets Ticket Prices
The average price for New York Jets Tickets start from $251. The minimum get in price is $52 for New York Jets Tickets at the Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Kansas City Chiefs vs. New York Jets||Kansas City||1-Nov-20||$520||$520|
|Miami Dolphins vs. New York Jets||Miami Gardens||15-Nov-20||$251||$52|
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