The New York Jets franchise started in 1960 as the New York Titans before officially becoming the Jets in 1963 as part of the AFL. The first true success of the Jets occurred in the 1968 season that ended with a victory in Super Bowl III against the Baltimore Colts behind Hall of Fame quarterback Joe Namath. The victory that was guaranteed by Namath prior to the game is credited for the reason the AFL and the NFL merged before the 1970 season. Unfortunately, the Jets have not won another Super Bowl since, but they have appeared in the playoffs over the years, losing in the AFC championship four times over that span. The Jets appeared in back-to-back AFC championship games in the 2009 and 2010 seasons under head coach Rex Ryan, but were unsuccessful in both contests. The success by the franchise over the years has built a diehard fan base that extends across the country. Whenever New York Jets playoff tickets go on sale, the fan base quickly jumps at the opportunity to see their favorite team in action. New York Jets Playoff tickets are always high in demand as the fan base has established themselves as one of the best in the NFL. Score with Ticket City – the place to go for New York Jets Playoff tickets.
A victory in the 2016 Super Bowl would give the New York Jets two total which would put them among the few NFL franchises with multiple Super Bowl wins. For the Jets to return to NFL’s top step, they will have to navigate themselves through a relentless AFC Playoff Schedule. The 2016 New York Jets Playoff schedule will be determined by their final record in the 2015 regular season, a record which will also determine home field advantage throughout the playoffs. The 2016 Jets Playoff Schedule will include many of the most in demand games in the NFL this season.