After a disappointing 2012 season, the Jets looked to make a lot of changes going into this season. They added highly touted prospects Dee Milliner and Geno Smith in the draft and will be relying on their young players all season long.
The New York Jets joined the National Football League in 1970 as part of the AFL-NFL merger, but they were originally established as a football franchise in 1960. The player that helped sell tickets during the Jets' early season was undoubtedly quarterback Joe Namath. Nicknamed "Broadway Joe," Namath became an icon in New York and quickly became a celebrity. Appearing in commercials and on television, he would help sell more than just Jets tickets, but it was his performance on the field that completed his Hall of Fame resume. Tickets for Super Bowl III got a boost when Namath guaranteed a Jets win, and to the surprise of all the Colts fans who bought tickets to the game, he delivered and brought the Jets their only NFL Championship.
The Jets have not been able to return to the Super Bowl since then, but it doesn't stop fans from getting Jets tickets year after year. Playing in the AFC Eastern Division, the fans have plenty of great games to get tickets for every season. Especially tough to find will be Jets-Patriots tickets, as these bitter rivals are always involved in classic games. Not to be sold short, Jets-Bills tickets and Jets-Dolphins tickets will be in demand among all New York football fans.
For sports fans in New York, there are plenty of great teams, including the Jets, to get tickets and take your whole family to go see. In the NFL there is the Jets and the Giants, in Major League Baseball, there is the New York Yankees and New York Mets, and in the NBA there is the always popular New York Knicks. No matter which team you want tickets for, TicketNetwork can help you find the seats you want.
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