The New York Jets were founded in 1962 after the purchase and subsequent renaming of the New York Titans. After the purchase, the team came into prominence and a mere seven years later, those
fortunate enough to have Jets tickets were offered a front row seat as the team
defeated the heavily favored Baltimore Colts, winning Super Bowl III. While
the Jets suffered through a mediocre decade in the 90's, Jets tickets sold over the past
decade have allowed fans to witness team's accomplishments with their own eyes.
Watching the team make the playoffs a record five times in the
past ten years has given Jets fans plenty to cheer about.
Lasting rivalries with the New England Patriots and the Miami Dolphins have ensured
that Jets fans have plenty to be excited about every season. Jets tickets can treat
fans to games against their AFC rivals, or face the Giants to see who the best in New York is. Jets tickets ensure that
the fans of the team and the sport as a whole are able to participate in the games and seasonal performances that the team has become so
well known for.
First opening in April of 2010, Met Life Stadium has been the home of the Jets as well
as their in-town rivals, the Giants. New technologies and efforts allowed builders to
work with the EPA in an effort to reduce nearly 1.68 million metric tons of greenhouse
gas emissions that were expected to have been produced during the stadiums
construction and the first full year of its operation. Such efforts have allowed holders
of Jet tickets to enjoy a greener and more ecologically friendly stadium than ever
before. The 1.6 billion dollar facility offers those who have Jets tickets the chance to
enjoy all the features and comforts that only a state of the art stadium can provide.
The purchase of Jets tickets will allow you a place within the stadiums 82,000 seat
capacity, and an opportunity to see the team play live.
Fans of the team are fond of donning the trademark green of the team jersey and
making use of their Jets tickets to provide themselves the chance to cheer for the
team live, and in person. The opportunity to enjoy the cross town rivalry with the New
York Giants makes for brisk sales of Jets tickets whenever the two teams are in a
position to play each other, and while this rivalry has diminished somewhat in recent
years, due to the less frequent meetings of the two teams during the regular season, it
is still an important part of Jets history, and something that is eagerly celebrated
among fans of the team. Jets tickets are still a hot item for New York sports fans,
allowing them the chance to see the team play and experience all the excitement of a
live NFL game.
12-4-12: The Jets at 5-7 may have already dug their own grave but an easy final four games has left the playoff door open for them. The Quarterback controversy they have endured all year has now widened to a three horse race. Greg Mcleroy came in for Mark Sanchez last week and lead a scoring drive and many Jets fans are hoping Sanchez never gets back on to the field again. With a winnable game in Jacksonville the Jets will have to win out the rest of their schedule and hope for losses to the teams ahead of them.