New York Jets tickets will be the some of the hottest tickets at MetLife Stadium during the 2014 NFL season. This year, Mark Sanchez and the high-flying Jets look to improve on last season's 6-10 record. Although the Jets missed the NFL playoffs in January, there's optimism in the Jets locker room that the combination of an updated roster and more creative play-calling will help the Jets dethrone the Patriots in the AFC East. With your New York Jets tickets you can be there live when it all goes down.
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New York Jets 2014 News and Updates
2/12/14 – New York Jets defensive end Sheldon Richard won the Defensive Rookie of the Year award for 2013. With Muhammad Wilkerson and Damon Harrison, the Jets had one of the best defensive lines in the league despite their youth (before 2013, the four starters had a combined four years of NFL experience). The quarterback situation in New York is a little less stable. Mark Sanchez had a minor knee surgery in addition to the season-ending on his shoulder; the USC alum is expected to be released. Backup Matt Simms was signed to a one year deal after he was projected to be a free agent this offseason. And, Geno Smith, who led the Jets to an 8-8 season is not guaranteed the starting job. Smith completed 55.8 percent of his passes for 3,046 yards, 12 touchdowns and 21 interceptions during last year’s campaign. The Jets recently announced the hiring of Tomas McGaughey (LSU) as the new special teams coordinator.
12/16/13- The New York Jets were dominated by the Carolina Panthers on Sunday, falling 20-30 on the road. In a postgame interview, Geno Smith felt he "let Rex Ryan down" and was responsible for the loss by failing to play a turnover-free day and making his fifth pick-6 of the season (tying a franchise record). The Jets could not score a 2nd straight victory, resulting in the team's third consecutive losing season. Next week, New York will host the Cleveland Browns, hoping for redemption at home. New York Jets tickets are $129 on average and $24 to get-in on the action.
12/10/13 - The New York Jets prolonged playoff hopes for another week, when they dominated the Oakland Raiders, 37-27, at home on Sunday. Geno Smith looked better than he has in weeks, throwing his first TD pass since October. With three must-win games left, the Jet’s roller coaster season has left them hanging by a thread as AFC postseason long shots. A challenge comes their way Sunday against the Carolina Panthers, a squad looking to bounce back from their rough loss to the Saints. Get ready for some action because every game is now a playoff game! New York Jets tickets are hot at $141 on average, but you can get in for only $18.
12/3/13 - The New York Jets were gutted by the Miami Dolphins on home turf, 23-3. Struggling rookie Geno Smith hasn’t thrown a TD in over a month, and was benched at halftime in favor of Matt Simms, who committed 2 turnovers in his stead. Smith is presumed to be under center this Sunday against the Oakland Raiders in their next effort to boost their record over .500. The Jets may be long shots, but they have remained competitive in the AFC wildcard race and now that the young QB’s job is in question, don’t-miss what must be a redeeming performance! New York Jets tickets are hot this week, at $187 on average.
11/26/13 - The New York Jets snapped their win-lose pattern, but not in a good way. Geno Smith and company lost two back-to-back games for the first time this season, falling to the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday (3-19). Rex Ryan is now faced with a tough QB situation: either bench the struggling rookie for the time being and start Matt Simms or David Garrard in the big AFC East Sunday showdown, or ride it out with Geno, who hasn’t thrown a TD pass in 4 straight games (also due in part to his sorry offensive weapons). Still, the Jets are very alive in the playoff run, and they will look to halt their two game skid against the Miami Dolphins, who hold the same 5-6 record. New York Jets tickets are a more expensive than the Thanksgiving games, at $259 on average—the second highest of the week.
11/19/13- The New York Jets fell to the Buffalo Bills Sunday morning, 14-37, unable to shake their win-lose pattern this season. They have now become the first team in NFL history to carry the alternating record through the first 10 games. In the battle of rookie QBs, the young Geno Smith fell apart opposite returned EJ Manuel. Smith threw 8 of 23, with three interceptions and one fumble before being benched—another inconsistent performance that has stirred up desire to give backup Matt Simms some practice time. For now, the Jets will look to bounce back and achieve a win over the Baltimore Ravens when they meet in Maryland on Sunday. New York Jets tickets are just $23 to get in!
11/12/13 - The New York Jets will be coming off their bye week pitted against the Buffalo Bills, with the recent big victory over the New Orleans Saints behind them. Adding more power to their punch, the Jets welcome the return of Santonio Holmes and Kellen Winslow, giving more options to rookie Geno Smith, who is struggling in the pass game. The Jets will look to end their tendency to win-one-lose-one each week, with a solid victory over the Bills this Sunday. New York Jets tickets see some of the lower prices of the week, at $88 on average.
11/5/13 - The New York jets stunned the New Orleans Saints on Sunday, with a 26-20 underdog victory. Geno Smith (one rushing TD) and company bested Drew Brees with their legs, as the 14-point contribution from kicker Nick Folk and running back Chris Ivory’s 139 yards put up major points. The Jets defense was also able to convert two Saints’ turnovers for 10 points and collapsed the pocket all day, with two sacks and 6 QB tackles on the typically stoic Brees. In a great Sunday team-effort, the boys helped head coach Rex Ryan hold off twin brother Rob for another game. The New York Jets are now heading into their bye week at 5-4. They next face the Buffalo Bills in New York on November 17.
10/29/13 - The New York Jets were throttled by the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday at Paul Brown Stadium, losing 9-49. New York boasts one of the best defenses in the league, stymieing Tom Brady a week prior, but they were no-shows on Sunday, allowing Andy Dalton (career-high 5 touchdowns) and Marvin Jones to run wild. Geno Smith’s inconsistent showing (throwing two pick-6s on Sunday before being pulled) is consistent with the Giants’ hot and cold, win-one-lose-one scenario—a habit that has rendered them inept at the .500 mark. Head coach Rex Ryan will host twin brother, Rob, as ushers in the New Orleans Saints for Week 9. New York Jets tickets are $203 on average, and $57 to get in.
10/22/13 - The New York Jets squeaked by the New England Patriots 30-27, and improve to 4-3 on the season after Sunday's game. The end score was determined by a technically good, but controversial new “pushing” call, which debuted on Sunday: it designates that defenders cannot come from the second level and push one of their teammates forward. Belichick's mistake resulted in a 15-yard penalty and granted Nick Folk a second chance and much better field position to seal the deal in overtime: a 42-yard field goal that shocked their AFC East rivals into submission. Geno Smith had a great game and showed some maturity, finishing 17 of 33 for 233 yards, recovering from a first quarter pick-six to give the Jets a third quarter lead, while New York’s defense held Brady to just 22 of 46 pass attempts. The Jets are scheduled to play the Cincinnati Bengals next, who are flying high after trumping the Detroit Lions. For what is sure to be a good on-the-road match up, New York Jets tickets are just $71 on average.
10/16/13 - Geno Smith and the New York Jets fall to a 3-3 record following their 19-6 loss to the (previously winless) Pittsburgh Steelers. It was not a clean game for rookie quarterback Geno Smith, now with 10 interceptions on the season, who previously performed a great comeback in Week 5 against the Atlanta Falcons. The New York Jets schedule will be unforgiving in upcoming weeks, as they face three ravenous teams in the top eight: New England Patriots, Cincinnati Bengals and the New Orleans Saints in tandem. Rex Ryan has lost to Bill Belichick through five straight games, but his position as head coach is wobbly and he is yearning for an extension for at least another next year, so a win against the Patriots would be momentous. Geno Smith and company will be hoping to shrug off a morale-crushing home loss to shape up for their face off against the visiting New England team. New York Jets tickets are $47 to start, and average $211.
10/8/13 - The New York Jets snatched victory from the eager Atlanta Falcons in a nail biting Monday Night Football finish. Geno Smith, who made a poor showing against the Tennessee Titans last week, looked more like a patient veteran than a restless rookie quarterback in the Georgia Dome last night. A composed Smith threw three touchdown passes, and in a moment quarterbacks live for, led a late fourth quarter game-winning drive, allowing Nick Folk to score a 43-yard field goal on the last play. The New York Jets will play the winless Pittsburgh Steelers at home in MetLife Stadium with an opportunity to further bolster the team’s conviction in the AFC East. New York Jets tickets are $48 to get in and average $201 a seat.
10/1/13 - The New York Jets are 2-2 after a messy 13-38 loss to the Tennessee Titans in Nashville. Attributing to this defeat was the NY’s 4 turnovers, and quarterback Geno Smith was subject to five sacks and pressure on over 50% of his drop backs, cutting his chances to make plays due to offensive line breakdowns and Geno’s tendency to hold onto the ball for too long. Still, Smith is the second most accurate deep passer in the league coming into Week 5, completing 57.1% of his throws over 20 yards. The Jets will be missing starting receivers Santonio Holmes up to a month with a hamstring injury, and Stephen Hill with a concussion; New York has since picked up free agent and veteran wide receiver David Nelson to pick up the slack. Next up, the Jets will travel to the Georgia Dome to play the Atlanta Falcons who recently lost to the Patriots. New York Jets tickets are a low $17 to get in in Atlanta.
9/24/13 - Despite racking up an alarming 20 penalties (setting a new franchise record), the Jets defeated the Buffalo Bills 27-20. Rookie Geno Smith is hitting his stride, having thrown two big touchdowns and hitting 300 yards, including a huge 69-yard touchdown pass to key wide receiver Santonio Holmes, to carry the team past the Bills on Sunday. The Jets are definitely the top team in New York, although that’s not saying much given the train wreck season for the Giants, and hope to come out on top over the Tennessee Titans as well. The Jets are anticipating tapping into their potentially explosive passing game at LP Field in Nashville this Sunday; tickets for this matchup are as low as $15, and averaging $79.
New York Jets 2014 Season
If the Jets hope to play Super Bowl XLVIII
in their home stadium in February, they will need the 2013 season to run a little smoother than last. From their ill-advised trade for Tim Tebow, to Mark Sanchez’s infamous Thanksgiving butt-fumble, the Jets’ season was a comedy of errors. This season, Sanchez will compete for the starting quarterback job with second round draft pick Geno Smith. Average price for Jets tickets at home is $234, eleventh highest in the league and 23% higher than the league average. Jets home tickets are 36% lower than the New York Giants
, who also play at the MetLife Stadium
The Jets open the regular season at home against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and their former All-Pro cornerback Darrelle Revis on September 8th. Bucs vs. Jets tickets for the home opener are currently averaging $239, with a get-in price of $46. Averaging $304, the Week 6 home game against the Pittsburgh Steelers is the most expensive this season on the New York Jets schedule. The Week 7 game against the rival New England Patriots and former backup Tebow is a close second, with an average price of $302. The Patriots vs. Jets game in New England is averaging $501 and is currently the fifth most expensive game in the NFL this season. The least expensive Jets regular season game is against the Cleveland Browns in Week 17, with an average price of $170.