Come out and join up with Fireman Ed to chant “J-E-T-S!” while you witness Gang Green dominate on the field at MetLife Stadium. The Jets are looking primed to hoist the Lombardi Trophy at season’s end, so add your face to the crowd and witness their sensational, hard-nosed brand of football live.
Place an order for Jets tickets to watch this year's team at New Meadowlands. New York's tenacious defense and dynamic offense should put the Jets in the running for the #1 spot in the AFC East and you can be a part of the emotional postseason atmosphere at New Meadowlands Stadium with a purchase of Jets playoff tickets. We are here to help you make this NFL season one you'll never forget. Revolutionizing the way buyers and sellers do business online, offer fans access to the finest New York Jets tickets on the market. Carry out these three steps to find outstanding seats today:
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Jets Trade Revis for 13th Pick in 2013 NFL Draft
In a franchise-altering move, the New York Jets traded perennial Pro Bowl cornerback Darrelle Revis to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for the 13th overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, as well as a conditional pick in 2014. After finishing the 2012 season outside of the playoffs, the Jets are ready for a fresh start, and circulating opinions have the Jets interested in filling holes at defensive end, offensive guard, and wide receiver.
Fans won’t have to wait long for the fireworks to begin, as the Jets 2013 schedule will bring Revis and the Buccaneers to MetLife Stadium in the season-opening game on Sept. 8. A bevy of talent-laden squads will make Jets tickets a hot item throughout the fall, as matchups include an AFC East showdown against the New England Patriots (Sept. 12), followed by contests against the Atlanta Falcons (Oct. 7), Pittsburgh Steelers (Oct. 13) and New Orleans Saints. Following a BYE in Week 10, the Jets will take on the defending Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens (Nov. 24), and dynamic teams like the Oakland Raiders (Dec. 8), Carolina Panthers (Dec. 15), and Miami Dolphins in the season finale on Dec. 29.
Jets Happily Welcome Back Keller
When New York Jets QB Mark Sanchez is in trouble, his tendency is to look to his comfort zone in the middle of the field, but for the past four games his most dependable target, TE Dustin Keller, has been sidelined with a bum hamstring. The season ending injury to his number one option, WR Santonio Holmes, only exacerbating Sanchez’s difficulties, and the Jets offense was essentially grounded, scoring only one touchdown in the past eight quarters. But this week, Coach Rex Ryan offered a glimmer of hope, announcing that Keller will return Sunday against the Indianapolis Colts.
The return of Keller is a godsend for Sanchez and the Jets, as the two have had a wonderful chemistry since the moment they stepped onto the field together. And certainly, Keller's return should be a boost for the squad, which is currently sitting at (2-3). Get your New York Jets tickets now and enjoy one of the upcoming showdowns at MetLife Stadium, including battles against the Miami Dolphins (10/28), New England Patriots (11/22), and San Diego Chargers(12/23).