The Jets average ticket price for regular season NFL games fluctuated significantly over that last six seasons. The largest change in average ticket prices came during the 2012 season with a decrease of 131% moving from $178 average ticket price to $77 average ticket price. Average Jets ticket prices between 2012 and 2015 remained relatively consistent until 2016 with a spike in ticket prices. The average ticket price for New York Jets regular season NFL tickets for 2016 is currently at $98, the highest ticket price average since 2011.
(Data updated 11/2/2016)
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2017 Jets Season Preview
The 2016 New York Jets schedule is set and after their first winning season since 2010, they are hoping to keep the momentum going. Despite going 10-6 in 2015, a big improvement from their 2014 record of 4-12, the Jets finished 2nd in the AFC East and did not qualify for the playoffs. The Jets have one of the best predicted defenses for the 2016 season with Sheldon Richardson, Leonard Williams, and Muhammad Wilkerson as some of the their top defensive players. The Jets offense is looking promising, despite the starting quarterback position still undecided as Ryan Fitzpatrick remains unsigned. However, running back Matt Forte, center Nick Mangold, and wide receiver Brandon Marshall are all looking to have promising seasons and will help lead the Jets offense. TicketCity is the place to go for New York Jets tickets. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Jets at MetLife Stadium, or supporting New York on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all New York Jets tickets, including home and away games.
New York Jets Football at MetLife Stadium Address: 1 MetLife Stadium Dr, East Rutherford, New Jersey, 07073
The Jets play their home games at MetLife Stadium at the Meadowlands in East Rutherford, New Jersey. The Jets and the New York Giants moved into MetLife Stadium together in 2010 after spending the previous years sharing Giants Stadium. MetLife Stadium holds more than 82 thousand screaming fans. When at MetLife Stadium you will hear the deafening cry of "J-E-T-S, JETS, JETS, JETS," emanating from all corners of the stadium. The New York Jets home bench is on the MetLife Stadium sideline with sections 109-117. MetLife Stadium parking information is covered in our Jets event guide.
A rivalry that dates back to 1960, these two teams have played each other over 100 times. With both these teams being in the AFC East, the importance of the games are dramatically higher and more intense and it occurs two times a season. It is not uncommon for the trash talk to pick up the week leading up to this matchup.
An almost even split in the win-loss record, this rivalry has been one of the NFL's best since they started competing against each other in the mid-1960's. When these two teams meet, records can be thrown out the window. No matter where the teams are in the standings, this contest has always been highly competitive and intense.
It is only natural for two teams that share the same stadium to have an intense rivalry. These two teams may not play each other on a yearly basis, but bragging rights in the city that they play is always up for grabs. With the legacy both teams have had in the NFL, this rivalry won't slow down anytime soon.
The Jets vs. Bills rivalry is one of the top rivalries in the state of New York as the majority of Bills fans are in western New York and the majority of Jets fans are in the New York City area. Both teams are a part of the AFC East, which means both teams meet twice a year, making the Bills vs Jets rivalry even more heated.
Jets in the Super Bowl, AFC Championship and NFL Playoffs
When the New York Jets defeated the Baltimore Colts in Super Bowl III and became the first AFL team to defeat an NFL team in the championship game, it changed the NFL landscape forever. Their victory helped create the NFL that is known today. The Jets have made the playoffs 10+ times since 1980 and went to back-to-back AFC Championship games in 2009 and 2010.
2015 New York Jets Season Preview
The 2014 season was a wash for the New York Jets. Quarterback Geno Smith failed to bring any consistency to the position, and Rex Ryan’s touted defensive was thrashed. 2015 represents a clean slate for the Jets who sent Rex Ryan along his way, and brought in two additional quarterbacks in Ryan Fitzpatrick and Bryce Petty to bring competition to Geno Smith. The Jets also brought in big play receiver Brandon Marshall, who will team up with Eric Decker to give New York’s offense a talented 1-2 punch at the receiver position. The New York Jets also welcomed home superstar cornerback Darelle Revis, who might give the Jets the best cornerback duo in the league with fellow starter Antonio Cromartie. The 2015 New York Jets are poised to take a huge step forward from last season, and should be ready to compete in a rising AFC North Division. Top non-division games in 2015 for the Jets includes home games against the Eagles, and Redskins, and on the road to against the Dallas Cowboys.
2014 New York Jets Season Preview
The Jets were not expected to have a great season in 2013, but somehow found their way to an 8-8 finish, saving Rex Ryan’s job and giving them a better outlook this upcoming season. The Jets have made some big moves in the offseason, bringing in Michael Vick to compete with Geno Smith, among others. Vick is one of the best backups in the league if he doesn’t win the job right off, so expect Smith to have a short leash. Also brought in was Chris Johnson, the former 2,000 yard rusher from Tennessee and Eric Decker, who has been great the last two season in Denver. The Jets picked up S Calvin Pryor from Louisville in the first round of the draft, then grabbed TE Jace Amaro from Texas Tech. Amaro broke records in college football for receptions as a tight end and could be the big target Smith needs after Santonio Holmes’s departure. The Jets will begin the season at home against the Raiders before heading off to Lambeau for a Week 2 contest with the Packers. Other big home games include games with the Bears, Broncos, Steelers and Patriots.
2013 New York Jets Season Preview
After a few years of disappointment, Jets fans have something to be excited for this season. All-Star Darrelle Revis is now in Tampa Bay, tight end Dustin Keller is in Miami, and running back Shonn Greene is in Tennessee, but there are new faces that should bring smiles to the Jets faithful. Chris Ivory was acquired from the New Orleans Saints and will take over as the lead running back. The NFL Draft landed the Jets Alabama corner back Dee Milliner and West Virginia quarterback Geno Smith. With an inspired quarterback competition between Smith and incumbent Mark Sanchez that should bring out the best in both of them, the Jets may just shock the NFL with a successful 2013 season.
2011 New York Jets Season Preview
Few coaches have been as boisterous as the New York Jets' Rex Ryan. However, he has backed up the talk and lead Gang Green to back-to-back AFC Championship games. With some new faces in key roles this year, it would surprise no one if the Jets get back there and break through to the Super Bowl. Mark Sanchez is entering his third year as the Jets starter and should be ready to take off. He will have a litany of talent surrounding him, including wide receiver Santonio Holmes, who is as big a difference-maker as anybody in the league. Also signed recently was Plaxico Burress who, though he has been out of football, could be a huge target for Sanchez. Running backs Shonn Greene and LaDainian Tomlinson also return, and should be solid options for the ground game. Though the offense was solid the last two seasons, the strength of the Jets under Ryan has always been defense. They have some of the best defensive backs in the league, led by shutdown corners Darelle Revis and Antonio Cromartie. Linebacker Bart Scott is the vocal leader of the squad, and will be back in force this year.
2010 New York Jets Season Preview
The Jets had the best rushing offense in the league last year, running for an impressive 172.3 yard per game. Although Thomas Jones was released in the offesason, New York still has a talented stable of running backs including Shonn Greene, LaDainian Tomlinson and rookie Joe McKnight. Second-year quarterback Mark Sanchez had a decent rookie season in 2009, but he will need to cut down on his interceptions, as he threw 20 to just 12 touchdowns last year. The New York Jets defense was among the best in the league last season, especially against the pass. While they're expected to be good again this year, they are in contract disputes with standout cornerback Darrelle Revis and his status is uncertain. However, the secondary added former San Diego Charger Antonio Cromartie, who should provide a solid coverage on the right side.
2009 New York Jets Season Preview
2009 will be a transition season for the New York Jets. Gone are 2008 quarterback Brett Favre and Coach Eric Mangini. In are former backup QB Kellen Clemens and new Head Coach Rex Ryan. Ryan comes to the Jets from the Baltimore Ravens, where he fielded one of the most intimidating defenses in the NFL. Ryan also went and recruited one of the top players from that Ravens defense, linebacker Bart Scott, who joins the Jets in 2009. With Ryan's leadership, Scott and company should be one of the most improved defenses in the entire AFC. On offense Clemens will take the reins with the hopes that he can improve upon the nice season that Favre had in '08. If Ryan's defense and Clemens' offense are firing on all cylinders, then the AFC East might decide which AFC team makes the Super Bowl.
2008 New York Jets Season Preview
The New York Jets put together a disappointing season in 2007. There's no other way to describe it, but there are bright spots for next year. With Chad Pennington's shoulder surgery making his arm nearly ineffective, the Jets had to rely on undrafted backup Kellen Clemens to lead the team. Clemens has had his work cut out for him and has had to compete in one of the toughest divisions in the NFL, the AFC East, which includes the Patriots and Colts - probably the two best teams in the AFC. This coming season will be an exciting year for Jets fans to see what the future of their team holds after the draft and off-season trades try to shore up the team's weaknesses. Will Clemens develop into a solid passer or will the Jets find another QB to lead the team? Jets fans will voice their notoriously loud opinions on the matter at Giants Stadium come this season. After a surprise run to the AFC Championship game last season, the New York Jets are a popular pick to return to the playoffs this year, and some are selecting them to advance to the Super Bowl. Charistmatic coach Rex Ryan has added a number of talented parts in the offseason and it's not outside the realm of possibility that the team will live up to the hype.
New York Jets - 12/16/2016
The Jets are currently dealing with multiple inactive players this week, with QB Christian Hackenberg, CB Buster Skrine, DT Steve McLendon, LB Lorenzo Mauldin and several more out for this week’s game against the Dolphins.
New York Jets - 12/2/2016
It appears that the Jets will have to play without Calvin Pryor, who is out with a concussion, and Steve McLendon, who is suffering from a hamstring injury in Monday’s game against the Colts.
New York Jets - 11/11/2016
The Jets struggling quarterback, Ryan Fitzpatrick is currently dealing with a sprained knee, which raises of the question of whether the Jets should start Bryce Petty. However, head coach Todd Bowles has remained insistent that Fitzpatrick will remain the starter.