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2014 New York Jets Ticket preview

Fans of the New York Jets share MetLife Stadium seats with fans of the New York Giants, but don’t try telling Jets fans that those MetLife Stadium seats aren’t theirs for eight games each season. Among the most passionate fans in the NFL, holders of New York Jets tickets fill those MetLife Stadium seats for home games and turn the stadium into a sea of Jets gear befitting the “Gang Green” moniker of their favorite team.

 

The Jets fought their way to an 8-8 record last season, perhaps a testament to head coach Rex Ryan’s ability to make due with a below-average team. On offense, the Jets struggled due mostly to a rookie quarterback, inexperienced or injured receivers, and a running game that had much to prove—and left much to be desired.

Ryan’s defensive prowess is well documented, and the Jets’ defense was stout this past season. In the center of the defensive line, DTs Muhammad Wilkerson’s (10.5 sacks) and Sheldon Richardson led the way in terms of stopping the opposition’s attack. Wilkerson will be a staple in the defensive line for years to come, and the emergence of Richardson alongside him was a pleasant surprise for Jets fans. Those buying Jets tickets in 2014 and beyond will surely get used to seeing that pairing as part of the Jets’ front seven.

 

On offense, QB Geno Smith had an up-and-down year, as most rookie quarterbacks are known to have. Smith’s production—3,046 passing yards (12 TD), 366 rushing yards (6 TD), 55.8% completion, and 21 interceptions—was about what you’d expect from a passer playing his first season in the NFL. Did he show enough to prove he belongs? The Jets will have to evaluate his second season before making that decision.

 

The offense will have to improve in 2014 if the New York Jets are going to earn a postseason berth, especially in the AFC East where the New England Patriots are the defending champions. If Smith can take a step forward and the defense remains at the same level or improves slightly, the Jets could very well dethrone the Patriots and claim the division crown themselves.

New York Jets tickets are your chance to see flamboyant and outspoken coach Rex Ryan and promising rookie quarterback Geno Smith try to lead Gang Green back to the promised land. The Jets are coming off a poor season, but it wasn’t too long ago that this team played in back-to-backAFCChampionship Games under Ryan. Buy Jets tickets now and see a revamped defense bolstered by their two first-round draft picks, corner Dee Milliner out ofAlabamaand defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson out ofMissouri. Ryan preaches an attacking defense, and he has the pieces in place to restore this unit to prominence.

Buy Jets tickets online and watch a team that always seems embroiled in controversy, but usually rises to the occasion. The Jets, who have played at MetLife Stadium since 2010, have won one Super Bowl title and four division crowns in addition to making 14 playoff appearances since their founding in 1960. New York Jets tickets are your chance to be a part of that glorious tradition, highlighted by Joe Namath’s guarantee of victory in Super Bowl III.

MetLife Stadium is one of the most awesome facilities in the NFL, and the loyal Jets fans bring it to life for every home game. The New York Jets schedule features divisional matchups against the Patriots, Dolphins and Bills in addition to intriguing home games against the Buccaneers, Steelers, Saints, Raiders and Browns.

Buy Jets tickets now and see offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg develop the passing attack the Jets have been lacking. Mornhinweg still believes in quarterback Mark Sanchez, but the beleaguered USC product will have a hard time keeping Smith off the field. Smith, out of West Virginia, is amazingly accurate and makes very few mistakes. He’ll benefit from the offseason signing of running back Chris Ivory, a battering ram who will enable Ryan to implement his “Ground and Pound” scheme.

Jets fans can’t wait to see the Smith era begin in 2013, so buy Jets tickets online. One of three teams who have made a single Super Bowl appearance, the Jets are looking to add to that total so get your Jets tickets now!

NY Jets ticket info

If you’re looking to maximize your fun this NFL season, look no further than 2009 New York Jets tickets.
When the fans of the Mean Green get the “J-E-T-S, JETS! JETS! JETS!” chant rolling, there is not better place to be than in the Meadowlands, especially this year.
The Jets have a new face of the franchise in first-round draft pick Mark Sanchez. The handsome, hotshot quarterback out of USC has made the future of New York Jets tickets look very promising.
But the arrival of Sanchez is only one of the many new faces New York football fans with Jets tickets will learn to love.
How about new head coach Rex Ryan? He was the mastermind behind the tremendous defenses the Baltimore Ravens have had the past couple seasons. The son of former coach Buddy Ryan, the architect of the great defense of the 1985 Bears, Rex Ryan brings an abundance of experience to the Jets.
He also brought a couple of his old players off the Ravens defense, specifically and most importantly, All-Pro linebacker Bart Scott.
This guy is a dominant force in the middle and will instantly make the Jets defense formidable.
Joining Sanchez on the Jets offense is the steady Thomas Jones.
Did you know, other than San Diego Chargers star LaDanian Tomlinson, Jones has the most rushing yards in the NFL the past five seasons? That’s quite an accomplishment by a player that doesn’t get much respect.
Helping Jones in the running game is the electric Leon Washington. This scatback out of Florida State is ultra-dangerous, whether he’s catching a screen pass out of the backfield or returning kicks.
Seeing Washington break into the open field is worth the price of New York Jets tickets by itself. But as you can see 2009 New York Jets tickets have much more to offer.
A new coach, a new quarterback and a new stud linebacker have put a spark into Jets tickets.
It’s certainly going to be a fun time in the Meadowlands, where the chant of “J-E-T-S” can be heard all the way to Manhattan.
Come join the fun with 2009 New York Jets tickets from ABCTickets.com.

2008 New York Jets Tickets

There might not be more passionate fans in any sport than New York Jets ticket holders. Whether they’re showing off their spelling skills with a raucous “J-E-T-S, JETS! JETS! JETS!” chant or ripping into heavily criticized quarterback Chad Pennington, New York football fans live and die by with their team. That’s why last year was so disappointing for Jets ticket holders.
The Jets appeared to be a franchise on the rise, after coach Eric Mangini led the team to the playoffs in his first season on the sidelines at the Meadowlands. But 2007 New York Jets tickets didn’t produce the same results. Injuries plagued the Jets throughout the season and left them on the outside of the playoffs.
But last year is behind them, says the Jets, who have their sight’s set on returning to the NFL Playoffs in 2008. They’ll be relying heavily on an improving defense and a ground attack with a gigantic offensive line to lead the way.
The Jets face a difficult path back to the playoffs. The AFC East is loaded, with even the downtrodden Miami Dolphins expecting to be improved under the direction of new team president Bill Parcells. Of course, the Jets will also have to contend with the mighty New England Patriots, who open last season with 19 consecutive wins before being upset by the New York Giants in the Super Bowl.
Mangini is confident that the Jets have the talent to compete with everyone in the East. Now, they just have to go out and prove it. You be the judge: Buy 2008 New York Jets tickets to be a witness at the Jets’ rise.

New York Jets Tickets: Giants Stadium seats

Home to both of New York’s NFL franchises, Giants Stadium, also commonly referred to as The Meadowlands, is one of the league’s most historic venues. With it’s ability to hold more than 80,000 screaming Jets ticket holders, Giants Stadium is the second largest stadium in the NFL. Only FedEx Field holds more NFL fans.
The Jets’ original home was the Polo Grounds. After only three seasons at the Polo Ground, the Jets moved into Shea Stadium, where they played for 29 seasons.
They landed at the Giants Stadium in 1984 and split the venue with the New York Giants ever since.

Top 10 Reasons to Buy New York Jets Tickets

10. Thomas Jones: The Jets acquired Jones in the offseason from the Chicago Bears. The seven-year NFL veteran instantly adds credibility to the Jets’ running game. He’ll team with Leon Washington and Cedric Houston to provide the Jets with one of the deepest backfields in the NFL.

9. The Meadowlands: There’s something about a fall Sunday afternoon in New York City, especially when the plans include buying New York Jets tickets and heading over to the Meadowlands.

8. Jonathan Vilma: Heading into his fourth year, Vilma has blossomed into a standout linebacker for the Jets. The product of the University of Miami is a sideline-to-sideline force.

7. Chad Pennington: After a tough steak of injury-plagued seasons, Pennington returned to his old self in 2006. He started every game, passing for 3,352 yards and 17 touchdowns to punch the Jets’ ticket to the playoffs.

6. Eric Mangini: In his first year on the sidelines at the Meadowlands, Mangini surprised the league and put smiles on all the faces of New York Jets ticket holders by taking the team to the playoffs. Mangini has visions of a return trip in 2007.

5. Rookie Sensations: The Jets took Pittsburgh cornerback Darrell Revis and Michigan linebacker David Harris in the first and second rounds respectively of the NFL Draft. Both college superstars have a chance to be special on the next level. Come out to the Meadowlands with New York Jets tickets to see these two rookies develop.

4. 2007 New York Jets Schedule: From the season opener against the New England Patriots (Sept. 9) to the regular-season finale against Larry Johnson and the Kansas City Chiefs (Dec. 30), 2007 New York Jets tickets will be in demand throughout the 2007 NFL season.

3. Jerricho Cotchery: Entering his fourth season, Cotchery has emerged as a big-time deep threat. He hauled in six touchdowns last season and finished with 961 yards.

2. Laveranues Coles: One of the most unheralded receivers in the NFL, Coles has been a reliable threat for the Jets for years.

1. New York Jets Playoff Tickets: After reaching the playoffs in Mangini’s first season, the Jets have bigger plans this year. In fact, if a few breaks go their way, the Jets’ postseason plays could get super-sized.


New York Jets tickets sales were bolstered like no time in recent memory this off-season. The Jets put together a tiring campaign in 2005 with a 4-12 record that did not include a single win away from Giants Stadium. A stagnant offense hindered the Jets all year. With talent on the defensive side of the ball, questions came about leadership and what the team could do to improve their division worst offense. Especially troubling were the problems of an aging running back and a porous offensive line that put Chad Pennington in danger every time he took a snap. These problems were solved by what was widely regarded as the best NFL Draft of any team this season.

When Vince Young went to the Tennessee Titans with the third pick of the draft many expected USC QB Matt Lienart to go to the Jets. But level heads like new head coach Eric Mangini saw need before hype and New York selected D’Brickashaw Ferguson, an offensive tackle from the University of Virginia. This pick started a trend of figuring out ways to protect the quarterback. The Jets came back in the second round and took standout center from Ohio State University Nick Mangold. His strength and quickness in the NFL combine had pro scouts clamoring to get him signed.

Those true fans with New York Jets tickets know the sad truth that running back Curtis Martin has seen the best years of his career. Martin averaged only 3.3 yards per carry last year and his lack of production sparked Mike Tannenbaum and Eric Mangini to look for a replacement back. Leon Washington of the Florida State Seminoles is a Martin clone. Nearly 5-foot-10 with a low center of gravity, he is likely to flourish in a system that features a revitalized offensive line.

New York Jets tickets holders will see a plethora of talent flourish for their beloved Jets, including a fourth round stretch in the versatile Missouri WR Brad Smith who has Randle-El athleticism. The Jets may be in a rebuilding year but with a draft graded higher than any in years, that process may take less time for fans to reap benefits than anyone expects.

 

 

 

J-E-T-S. JETS! JETS! JETS! That's right, New York. The Jets are back in the playoffs after a brief hiatus. ABCTickets.com will be here to provide you with all of your New York Jets playoff tickets for the entire postseason. It starts with a Wild Card showdown against AFC East Division rival, the New England Patriots. So don't hesitate to pick out your New York Jets playoff tickets today.
 
How the New York Jets earned their NFL Playoff tickets
 
First-year Jets coach Eric Mangini has earned the nickname "Mangenious." The former New England assistant took a Jets team practically void of superstar talent and turned them into a playoff participant. How did he do it? Who knows? But at 10-6 and winners of three straight, here sit the Jets, poised to face the mighty New England Patriots.
The Jets defeated the Patriots in New England in early November and likely won't be afraid to take the field at Gillette Stadium.
New York quarterback Chad Pennington, only a year removed from what some believed to be career-threatening shoulder surgery, has been spectacular. Pennington has thrown for 3,352 yards and 17 touchdowns. His favorite target has been Laveranues Coles, who has had a career season, hauling in 1,098 yards and six touchdowns.
The Jets' ground attack is led by Leon Washington. The first-year back out of Florida State has picked up his game as the season has worn on. He's been especially effective coming out of the backfield on screen passes.
 
What the Jets have to do to earn their Super Bowl XLI tickets
 
It certainly would be a Cinderella story if the Jets were to make a run at the Super Bowl. Chad Pennington, once criticized heavily, would become the toast of New York. But it won't be easy. The playoff-seasoned New England Patriots stand in the Jets way.
For the Jets to upset the Patriots, Pennington will need to make enough plays in the passing game without turning the ball over against the Patriots' opportunistic defense. The Jets' defense, which has been surprisingly steady despite a plethora of injuries, will need to contain Tom Brady.

THIS PAST WEEK'S NEW YORK JETS (9-6) TICKETS
NEW YORK JETS (9-6) VS. OAKLAND RAIDERS (2-13) TICKETS
1:00 p.m., Sunday
Giants Stadium at the Meadowlands

J-E-T-S JETS! JETS! JETS! The New York Jets have had a remarkable season under first year, 35-year-old head coach Eric Mangini. In his brief tenure, the young coach has turned around a team that was absolutely dismal last year and given them a chance at a playoff berth. All they need to do is beat the worst team in football, the Oakland Raiders at home. QB Chad Pennington, a candidate for NFL Comeback Player of the Year has had a remarkable season and had been the key to the Jets success this year. He should have a huge game against the Raiders.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: New York Jets 17, Oakland Raiders 3
(Last Week: 9-7/Season: 125-74)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: WR Laverneus Coles may have slowed his production a bit recently, but we think he’ll have a big day against Oakland.

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PAST WEEK'S NEW YORK JETS TICKETS
NEW YORK JETS (8-6) TICKETS AT MIAMI DOLPHINS (6-8)
8:30 p.m. Monday
Dolphins Stadium

The Jets are still fighting for a playoff berth. They had a convincing win over the Vikings after last weeks rout. If Chad Pennington can play consistently the Jets always have a chance. Miami on the other hand, plays well one week and stinks up the joint the next. Harrington was benched for poor performance and the Dolphins are now on their 3rd quarterback of the season. Strictly speaking, the Jets have a lot more motivation to win this one than Miami does. They also have a better offense and that makes the difference.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: New York Jets 28, Miami Dolphins 2017
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 116-67)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Chad Pennington is stepping up his game at the right time

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PAST WEEK'S NEW YORK JETS TICKETS
NEW YORK JETS (7-6) AT MINNESOTA VIKINGS (6-7) TICKETS
1 p.m. Sunday
The Metrodome

Chad Pennington is hard to figure out. After good performances in back to back games, he throws two costly interceptions in a crucial contest. Our guess is he’ll bounce back against the Vikings. The Jets are on the bubble in the AFC, the Vikings Brad Johnson is no better than average, and New York won’t commit turnovers in consecutive weeks. After blowing the chance to gain a game on New England the Jets can’t afford to let another opportunity slip by as the chase an AFC Wild Card spot. With the Bengals, Jacksonville, and Denver still in the mix it’s do or die time for Mangini and Pennington.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: New York Jets 28, Minnesota Vikings 17
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 116-67)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Chad Pennington now has something to prove. While the Jets QB has been streaky, it’s too late in the season to slump and he knows it.

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PAST WEEK'S NEW YORK JETS TICKETS
BUFFALO BILLS (5-7) TICKETS AT NEW YORK JETS (7-5)
4 p.m., Sunday
The Meadowlands

Chad Pennington is over his slump and looks like an NFL QB again. The Jets are right in the thick of the AFC Playoff race and can’t let up. That makes them dangerous heading into this game against the Bills. But they can’t overlook this contest either. The Bills are a dangerous team with nothing to lose and some competent players on both sides of the ball. Consensus says the Jets should win this one easily but the Bills may put some fear into New York before its all over.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: New York Jets 28, Buffalo Bills 17
(Last Week: 10-6/Season 107-60)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: A rejuvenated Chad Pennington(Last week: Pennington – 25 of 35, 263 yards, 2 TD’s)

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PAST WEEK'S NEW YORK JETS TICKETS
NEW YORK JETS (6-5) at GREEN BAY PACKERS (4-7) TICKETS
1 p.m., Sunday
Lambeau Field

The Jets rolled past Houston last week, keeping their playoff hopes alive in the process. Now, they’ll head west to vaunted Lambeau Field for a showdown with Brett Favre and the Packers. The Jets can’t afford another loss if they want to reach the postseason, and they’re well aware Favre and the Packers won’t go down easily. Look for a hard-fought battle at Lambeau.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: New York Jets 21, Green Bay Packers 17
(Last Week: 10-6/Season 107-60)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Jets QB Chad Pennington. (Last week: Pennington — 24-31, 286 yards, 1 TD)

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PAST WEEK'S NEW YORK JETS (5-5) TICKETS
NEW YORK JETS (5-5) VS. HOUSTON TEXANS (3-7) TICKETS
1:00 p.m., Sunday
Giants Stadium at the Meadowlands

What a tough loss the Jets took last week against Chicago. This week, they take on a slightly lesser defense, the Houston Texans. That doesn't mean the game will be any easier. The Texans are a scrappy team, with a decent defense and a good QB. Jets coach Eric Mangini has shown that he can make it on his own, posting a .500 record so far in his first year. Not bad for a team in shambles last year. Believe it or not, the Jets are in the playoff race. They've got to win from here on out though. You can bet they will be giving it their all against the Texans, who are pretty much done this year. This should be a great game as the go for broke Jets take on the nothing to lose Texans. Don't miss out and the Jets try to get into the post-season.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: New York Jets 21, Houston Texans 20
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 91-54)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: WR Laverneus Coles is pure talent. (Last week: Chad Pennington, 19 of 35 for 162 yards, 2 ints)

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PAST WEEK'S NEW YORK JETS TICKETS
CHICAGO BEARS (8-1) AT NEW YORK JETS (5-4) TICKETS
1 pm, Sunday
Giants Stadium

J-E-T-S! Jets, Jets, Jets! Stand up New York and be proud of your Jets. First-year head coach Eric Mangini pulled off one of the biggest victories in the last couple of last years when he led the Jets into New England and pulled out a 17-14 victory over the reeling Patriots. And, just like that, the Jets are back in the AFC East. But there’s little time to celebrate, as the tough Chicago Bears come to town this weekend. Can the Jets pull off a second consecutive major upset? Absolutely. br>
ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: New York Jets 21, Chicago Bears 13
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 91-54)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Jets’ quarterback Chad Pennington (Last week: Pennington — 22 of 33, 168 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT)

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PAST WEEK'S NEW YORK JETS TICKETS
NEW YORK JETS (4-4) AT NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS (6-2) TICKETS
1 p.m., Sunday
Gillette Stadium

Coming off a bye week, the Jets should be well rested to take on a Patriots squad that is trying to shake off a tough loss to the Colts. Under first-year head coach Eric Mangini, the Jets have been competitive, and quarterback Chad Pennington has returned to his Pro Bowl form of years past. Mangini, a former assistant of Patriots head coach Bill Belichick, will have his hands full in trying to slow down Tom Brady and the Patriots. But don’t be surprised if Mangini finds a way to get the job done.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: New York Jets 23, New England 21
(Last Week: 9-4/Season 82-47)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: New York Jets quarterback Chad Pennington (Last week: Jets on a bye)

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PAST WEEK'S NEW YORK JETS TICKETS
NEW YORK JETS (4-3) AT CLEVELAND BROWNS (1-5) TICKETS
4:05 p.m., Sunday
Cleveland Stadium

Once again the Jets held off a late rally. This time t was the Lions who almost rained on their parade. But in the NFL it doesn't matter what the final score is. You just have to win. Now the Jets are facing a Browns team that gained some validation with a narrow loss to the Broncos last week. Pennington and crew will have their hands full. Maybe too full. The Browns are due.  
ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Cleveland Browns 28, New York Jets 23   (Last Week: 5-8/Season 65-39)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Jets QB Pennington will have a good game. (Last Week: Chad Pennington - 16 of 2, 189 yards, 1 TD)
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PAST WEEK'S NEW YORK JETS TICKETS
DETROIT LIONS (1-4) AT NEW YORK JETS (3-3) TICKETS
4:05 p.m., Sunday
The Meadowlands

The Jets managed to survive a late surge from Miami to capture a 20-17 win last Sunday. The win evened their record but probably didn't do a lot for the confidence of Jets fans. But New York should gain some momentum if they can do away with the Lions. Detroit, after all, has had their own problems with letting games slip away. Chad Pennington is still providing good but not great quarterback play. But the jets defense needs to clean up its act if the Jets want to be in the hunt for a playoff spot.
ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: New York Jets 20, Detroit Lions 14 (Last Week: 8-5/Season 60-31)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Jets QB Chad Pennington will rebound big time against Miami (Last week: Lavernaues Coles - 3 catch for 19 yards)br>
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PAST WEEKS NEW YORK JETS TICKETS
New York Jets at Buffalo Bills
1 p.m., Sunday
Ralph Wilson Stadium

New York Jets ticket holders got excited watching the Jets stage an impressive comeback against division rival New England last Sunday. Although the rally fell short it proved one thing. Chad Pennington is back from injury and fully capable of running the Jets offense. Now Pennington will get to work against a Buffalo defense that is improved but still has some weak points. The Jets ticket to a win here is their young offensive line giving Pennington time to throw the ball and opening holes for Kevin Barlow.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: New York Jets 24, Buffalo 20
(Last Week: 13-3/Season 33-9)

Fantasy football ticket to victory: Chad Pennington has his best game so far in 2006. (Last Week: Chad Pennington - 22-37, 306 yards, 2TD’s, 1 INT)

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