New York Jets Schedule
The New York Jets are gearing up for another impressive season in 2014 and could well not
only find themselves in the playoffs but as division champs at the end of the regular season. The Jets will enter the season
hungrier than ever after having their playoff hopes dashed on the last day of the regular season last year, determined not
to suffer a similar fate this season. It will not be all smooth sailing in the always tough AFC East as the Jets will have
to face off against the New England Patriots, the Miami Dolphins, and the Buffalo Bills twice this season but some big off
season moves have expectations as high as ever for the Jets in 2014. The 2014 NFL Draft was a hugely successful one for the
Jets as they picked up safety Calvin Pryor out of Louisville in the first round, along with tight end Jace Amaro, corner Dex
McDougle, wide receiver Jalen Saunders, and more to add depth and talent to what is already one of the most formidable rosters
in the NFL. Many of the best teams in the NFL will be making their way to MetLife Stadium this season and the Jets will need
all of the home field support they can get if they are going to supplant the Patriots as AFC East champs.
The Jets home
opener at MetLife Stadium will be against the Oakland Raiders on September 7th. It is always important to win the home opener
for teams looking to make the playoffs and the Jets will need a win against an improved Raiders team to get the home schedule
started off right. On October 12th Peyton Manning and the AFC champ Denver Broncos come to East Rutherford in a game that
will surely be back and forth and could prove to the rest of the NFL that the Jets are serious contenders this season. October
26th marks the first home division game for the Jets when the Buffalo Bills come to town. Scoring home division wins is crucial
for any team hoping to make the playoffs and this is a must-win game for the Jets. The final two home games of the season
are two more big AFC East matchups, the first taking place on December 1st against the Miami Dolphins who finished with an
identical record to the Jets last season and are just as hungry to make it back to the playoffs this year. The final home
game of the season will be against the loathsome New England Patriots on December 21st. This could be the game that decides
the division champs as well as playoff seeding and every die hard Jets fan will want to be in the stands for this one. The
Jets also have big home games against the Chicago Bears, the Detroit Lions, and the Pittsburgh Steelers this season, so pick
the games you want to attend and get tickets here on StubHub to show the Jets some support at MetLife Stadium in 2014.
The New York Jets are ready to make a big move up the AFC East standings this season, and mastermind
head coach Rex Ryan appears to have all the right pieces to do so. The season is already loaded with intrigue before it even
begins as the Jets acquired human highlight reel Michael Vick to compete with Geno Smith for the starting quarterback position.
Whoever wins will surely be pushed to compete at their highest level which should do nothing but benefit the Jets offense.
Safety Calvin Pryor out of Louisville in the first round, along with tight end Jace Amaro, corner Dex McDougle, wide receiver
Jalen Saunders, who were all picked up in the draft should be able to come in and contribute early as well. Be there right
from the start as the Jets look to make a return trip to the playoffs.
If you are expecting
to see an amazing sporting event, look no further as there is nothing that matches the thrill of being there for an exciting
NFL matchup loaded with heart-pounding intensity. Whether it is a spectacular catch, a highlight-ready run, or an eye-popping
throw, the NFL has you covered if you are looking for top-tier football action that you'll be talking about well after it's
over. There has never been a better time to head out to the stands so you can actually feel the intensity of the crowd in
a way that you never can from your living room. Tickets to see the Jets play at their home venue of MetLife Stadium are always
hot sellers for a reason, as the Jets are usually one of the best teams in the AFC and often host some of the toughest opponents
that the conference has to offer. Home games featuring the Jets are always great, though there is something great about being
on the road as well, as there is nothing quite like watching your favorite team as they hope to silence the home crowd to
the joy of the true fans that made the trip. Don't miss out on any of the New York Jets action this season.
York Jets AFC East
The New York Jets play in the AFC East, traditionally one of the toughest divisions in the entire
NFL. The New England Patriots are the defending champions and are always a popular preseason pick to make it to the Super
Bowl behind head coach Bill Belichick and quarterback Tom Brady. The Miami Dolphins just missed out on a wildcard playoff
berth last season and have added running back Knowshon Moreno to their backfield as well as some key draft picks ans should
be even more dangerous this season. The New York Jet also just missed out on the playoffs last season and have added several
key pieces including quarterback Michael Vick who will compete with Geno Smith for the starting position. The Buffalo Bills
C.J. Spiller in their backfield, a running back who can break a big play at any moment and have added superstar Mario Williams
to their defense in hopes of moving up the AFC East standings.
The New York Jets franchise was
founded in 1959 as a charter member of the American Football League, then known as the New York Titans, and joined the NFL
after the NFL-AFL merger.