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Can Epic Offseason Deliver Success?


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The offseason for the New York Jets was one for the storybooks. It started to take a turn as Jets brass – coaches and ownership – boarded a private jet to woo Aaron Rodgers to approve his trade from Green Bay to Gotham Green.  

Well, Jets fans can pinch themselves - on paper, they vaulted into contention. After a decade of mediocrity, the Jets landed a superstar quarterback in Super Bowl champion and four-time MVP Aaron Rodgers, after trading their 2023 first-round pick (No. 13), a second-round pick (No. 42), a sixth-round pick (No. 207), and a 2024 conditional second-round pick that becomes a first if Rodgers plays 65% of the plays this season. The Jets hope that Rodgers can elevate their offense, which ranked 29th in points last season, deep into the playoffs. 

The Jets have also significantly added to their receiving team by bringing in Allen Lazard, Randall Cobb, and Mecole Hardman. Some defensive changes have occurred with the exits of Sheldon Rankins and Lamarcus Joyner, replaced by Quinton Jefferson and Adrian Amos. Expecting progress from emerging players and those returning from injuries, the Jets have high hopes for Breece Hall's recovery after a promising start last year. Mekhi Becton's potential return after two seasons could significantly impact the offensive line, and Jermaine Johnson's development aims to elevate the team's pass rush.

The Jets haven't been in the playoffs since 2010, but with Rodgers leading, they could rewrite the decade-long postseason void. Simply aiming for a deep playoff run might not be enough for the team. The biggest question is their offensive line, but they have a well-rounded team, a strong defense, and a good offense. 

However, in the first game of the season against the Bills, Rodgers suffered a torn Achilles. He is likely out for the remainder of the season but is optimistic for an unlikely return for the playoffs. This means that head coach Robert Saleh and the Jets will have to make due with second string quarterback Zach Wilson or find a suitable replacement until Rodgers is healthy and able to play again.

With a hungry fan base eager to see their team succeed, the Jets are ready to take flight this season.


How did the New York Jets perform in the 2022 NFL Season?

Ultimately, the 2022 NFL season was a letdown for the New York Jets. 

They played their 53rd season in the NFL, 63rd in total, their fourth with Joe Douglas as general manager, and their second with Robert Saleh as head coach. Optimism was high before the season, with the addition of talented rookies cornerback Sauce Gardner and wide receiver Garrett Wilson. Veteran quarterback Joe Flacco was set to guide their young signal-caller, Zach Wilson. A formidable defense was led by linebacker C.J. Mosley and defensive tackle Quinnen Williams.

After a promising 7-4 start, the Jets imploded in the season’s final stretch. They lost six games in a row and did not score a single touchdown in their last three games. They ended up with a 7-10 record, which secured New York’s third straight season with ten or more losses. It was also the 12th consecutive year the Jets failed to make the playoffs, extending the longest current playoff drought in the NFL. 

The weakest points in the 2022 season were their offense and quarterback play. The offense ranked 29th in the league in scoring (17.4 points per game) and 25th in yardage (318.2 yards per game). They also had trouble running the ball, averaging only 4.2 yards per carry and scoring only 13 rushing touchdowns. Their leading rusher was Breece Hall, with only 463 yards and four touchdowns.


Who did the New York Jets acquire in the 2023 NFL Draft?

The Jets selected picked the following players for this upcoming season:

  • Round 1, No. 15 (From Green Bay): Will McDonald IV, DE, Iowa State
  • Round 2, No. 43: Joe Tippmann, C, Wisconsin
  • Round 4, Pick 120 (From New England): Carter Warren, T, Pittsburgh (Reserve list)
  • Round 5, Pick 143: Israel Abanikanda, RB, Pittsburgh
  • Round 6, Pick 184 (From Las Vegas through New England): Zaire Barnes, LB, Western Michigan
  • Round 6, Pick 204 (From Dallas through Las Vegas): Jarrick Bernard-Converse, CB, LSU (Reserve list)
  • Round 7, Pick 220 (From Arizona through Las Vegas): Zack Kuntz, TE, Old Dominion (Practice squad)

Who else did the Jets sign for the 2023 Season?

The Jets brought in a few other players for this upcoming season, including several former Rodgers teammates, earning the nickname Green Bay East.

  • Randall Cobb, WR, Green Bay Packers (Free Agent)
  • Tim Boyle, QB, Green Bay Packers (Free Agent, practice squad)
  • Allen Lazard, WR, Green Bay Packers (Free Agent)
  • Mecole Hardman, WR, Kansas City Chiefs (Free Agent)
  • Dalvin Cook, RB, Minnesota Vikings (Free Agent)
  • Adrian Amos, SS, Green Bay Packers (Free Agent)
  • Jalyn Holmes, DT, Minnesota Vikings (Free Agent, practice squad)
  • Al Woods, DT, Jacksonville Jaguars (Free Agent)

They also picked up the following undrafted free agents who made it to the final roster:

  • Jason Brownlee, WR, Southern Miss
  • Trey Dean, S, Florida (Practice squad)
  • Xavier Gipson, WR, Stephen F. Austin
  • Caleb Johnson, LB, Miami (Practice squad)

New York Jets Key Matchups in 2023

With Rodgers at the helm, the Jets have national attention and a handful of primetime games, not to mention, the already challenging AFC East divisional games. 

Here's a quick look at the games you won't want to miss:

  • Week 1 vs. Buffalo Bills: The Jets will open their season with a home game against their division rival, who won the AFC East last year. In his first game as a Jet, Rodgers faces off against Josh Allen, who led the Bills to the AFC Championship game in 2022. The Jets will look to snap a six-game losing streak against the Bills and start their season on a high note. 
  • Week 4 vs. Kansas City Chiefs: The Jets will host the defending Super Bowl champions in what could be a clash between two of the best quarterbacks in the league. As a bonus plot point, Patrick Mahomes and Aaron Rodgers have never played against each other. The Chiefs have won four straight games against the Jets, including a 35-9 blowout in 2020. The Jets need to find a way to slow down the Chiefs' offense and keep up with their scoring.
  • Week 15 at Miami Dolphins: The Jets will face their division rival for the second time at Hard Rock Stadium in a match with potentially serious playoff implications. The Dolphins finished second in the AFC East last year, behind the Bills, and have a young and talented roster led by Tua Tagovailoa and a stout defense that features Xavien Howard, Byron Jones, and Jaelan Phillips.
  • Week 18 at New England Patriots: The Jets will close out their regular season with a rematch against the Patriots at Gillette Stadium in a game that could decide the division – or have playoff implications. Adding to the drama, the Jets have not won in New England since 2010, when they upset the Patriots in the divisional round of the playoffs.

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FAQs about New York Jets 2024 Game Schedule And Tickets

When were the New York Jets established and joined the NFL?

The New York Jets were founded in 1959 as the Titans of New York, a football team that was part of the now-defunct American Football League (AFL). They officially became the New York Jets in 1963 after Sonny Werblin bought the team for $1 million. In 1970, they joined the National Football League (NFL) as part of the American Football League merger. They currently play in the AFC East conference.


Who owns the New York Jets?

The current owner of the New York Jets is Woody Johnson, who bought the franchise for $635 million in 2001 and serves as a co-owner of the Jets alongside his brother, Christopher Johnson. The previous owner of the New York Jets was Leon Hess, an oil tycoon who acquired a 25% stake in the team in 1963 and became the sole owner in 1977. He died in 1999, and his estate sold the team to Johnson. Sonny Werblin, a former entertainment executive, led a group of five businessmen known as the “Gotham Football Club” to purchase the team from the founder, Harry Wismer, in 1963, who was forced to sell his shares to his partners in 1968 to Werblin’s group after almost driving the team to bankruptcy.


Who is the head coach of the New York Jets?

Robert Saleh is the current head coach of the New York Jets. He was hired on January 14, 2021, and is the first Muslim head coach in NFL history. Before joining the Jets, Saleh was the defensive coordinator of the San Francisco 49ers from 2017 to 2020. He helped the 49ers reach the Super Bowl in 2020, where they lost to the Kansas City Chiefs. Saleh also worked as a defensive assistant for the Texans, Seahawks, and Jaguars.


What are some of the other personnel and assistant coaches?

  • Joe Douglas, general manager
  • Jeff Ulbrich, defensive coordinator
  • Nathaniel Hackett, offensive coordinator
  • Brant Boyer, special teams coordinator


How many championships have the New York Jets won?

The New York Jets have one championship in their history. They won Super Bowl III in 1969, defeating the Baltimore Colts 16-7. The Jets were then in the American Football League (AFL), and Super Bowl III was the AFL-NFL World Championship Game. After joining the team this offseason, Aaron Rodgers noted how lonely the Super Bowl III trophy looked in the team facility.


How many divisional championships have the New York Jets won?

The Jets have won four divisional championships. They won the American Football League (AFL) Eastern Division title in 1968 and 1969 and the American Football Conference (AFC) East Division title in 1998 and 2002. They haven’t won a conference championship since 1970.


What is the New York Jets best overall season record?

The Jets best overall season record came in 1968 when they finished the regular season 11-3. This successful season culminated with the Jets winning Super Bowl III against the Baltimore Colts.


What is the New York Jets overall franchise record?

Throughout their 53 seasons in the NFL and 63 seasons overall, the New York Jets have a franchise record of 421 wins, 537 losses, and eight ties during the regular season, along with a playoff performance of 12 wins and 13 losses.


Where do the New York Jets play?

The New York Jets play home games at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. MetLife Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium shared with the New York Giants, making both teams co-tenants. It is located in the Meadowlands Sports Complex, less than 10 miles west of New York City. The Jets have played at MetLife Stadium since it opened in 2010 and, previously called Giants Stadium (1984-2009) and Polo Grounds (1960-1963) home.


Who are the New York Jets biggest rivals?

The New York Jets have intense rivalries with several teams in their division. One of these is the New England Patriots, with whom they share a history of intense games and controversies. The Patriots have been dominant lately, but the Jets have had memorable wins, like the 2011 AFC Divisional game. They were both involved in the "Spygate" scandal, with the Patriots caught taping Jets signals. The Bills are the other, laying claim as the only authentic New York team because the Jets play in New Jersey. The rivalry is balanced, with the Bills having a slight edge. It heated up when former Jets coach Rex Ryan joined the Bills in 2015. The Miami Dolphins are also AFC East rivals for the Jets. Their series is razor-thin, with the Dolphins holding a 58-56-1 advantage.


What is the New York Jets mascot?

Fun trivia fact! The New York Jets are one of four teams in the NFL that don’t have a mascot.


What are the New York Jets colors?

The New York Jets brand features three primary colors: Gotham green, spotlight white, and stealth black. They were introduced in 2019 alongside a fresh logo and uniform design encapsulating the team's renewed identity. These colors collectively signify the Jets modern, powerful, and sleek presence in New York. Gotham green, a lively and medium shade of green, captures the city's dynamic energy. Spotlight white, a pristine and bright hue, embodies the team's pursuit of excellence. Lastly, stealth black, a strong and dark tone, mirrors the Jets determination and ruggedness on the field.


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