The Jets have fallen on tough times of late, but they have a rich history dating back to its founding in 1959. In 1965 the Jets started an era of success when quarterback Joe Namath made his debut, winning the American Football League's Rookie of the Year. In 1967, the Jets recorded their first winning season in team history. In 1969, the Jets continued their success and defeated the Baltimore Colts in Super Bowl III. After the Super Bowl, the Jets' franchise went into a slump, failing to make the playoffs again until the 1981 season, when they fell to the Buffalo Bills in the Wild-Card round of the playoffs. The Jets would end up making the playoffs four times in the 1980's. New York rose to prominence again in 1997 when Bill Parcells became the head coach, leading the Jets to their first winning season in nine years, then back to the playoffs in 1998. New York most recently made the playoffs in the 2009 and 2010 seasons, winning a combined four games over the two postseasons. The Jets have five retired five numbers, but have more players in their Ring of Honor. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for New York Jets tickets.
2016 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.
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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.
Jets vs. Dolphins
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.
Jets vs. Giants
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.
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.
New York Jets Event Guide
When do gates open before a Jets home game?
The gates to MetLife Stadium will open to the public two hours prior to kickoff.
Do my kids need a ticket to enter?
Children up to 34" inches in height may enter MetLife Stadium with out New York Jets tickets, but must share a seat with an adult.
What's the best way to get to MetLife Stadium on game day?
If you're in the city, get to 34 St-Herald Square Station and take a Hoboken-bound PATH train. Once you're at the Hoboken Station, walk upstairs to the NJ Transit Rail Station and buy a ticket to MetLife Sport Complex Station. You can also get there easily from the 34th St-Penn Station in Manhattan.