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New York Jets Playoff Details
The New York Jets fuel a healthy football competition in New York City. The franchise, originally the Titans of New York, developed in hopes of eclipsing the Meadowlands’ other team – “Titans are greater than Giants,” as it goes. And getting out of the gate to win a convincing Super Bowl III against the Baltimore Colts, the team set the tone early in its history.
Joe Namath looked great out the gate. Fans loved “Broadway Joe” for this brash swagger and game-changing quarterback acumen. The Jets, then the stars of the AFL, were red hot – dominating their way to Super Bowl III -- then the AFL-NFL Championship. The Colts and their veteran QB Johnny Unitas were the clear favorites. But, Namath’s Jets read the narrative differently: the Colts were old, and football needed new noise. Namath bragged, betting on himself to upset the Colts, 16-7. He was right. The Jets won Super Bowl III.
The Jets re-established themselves as a playoff threat in the 2000s, making the postseason six times from 2001 through 2010. In heartbreaking fashion, the team lost back-to-back AFC Championship games in 2009 and 2010, to the Indianapolis Colts and then the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Jets missed a Super Bowl berth by just a touchdown in that second game despite a strong effort from QB Mark Sanchez.
When do New York Jets Playoff Tickets Go On Sale?
Though exact dates change from season to season, Jets playoff tickets usually go on sale around mid-December. This is when NFL teams, if they have played well enough throughout the season, typically clinch a playoff spot. The Jets can either enter the playoffs by winning their division or win the Wild Card, with the former just about always happening first. Fans interested in getting playoff tickets should keep an eye on the standings for an idea of when tickets may be released.
How Much Do New York Jets Tickets Cost?
On the secondary market, tickets for NFL playoff games sell for an average of $240. Of course, this figure may differ depending on the round, the teams involved, and the individual seating section within a stadium.