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How To Buy New York Jets Tickets
- When you are looking for Jets Tickets, this page lists all games available for the 2023 season.
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2022 Jets Start Off Hot
In 2022, the Jets finished the season with an overall record of 7-10. That was an improvement over 2021, and before their six-game losing streak at the end of the year, it seemed that the Jets were playoff bound. After losing their regular season opener, the team went 5-1. Quarterback Zach Wilson played in eight games, with 1688 passing yards and six touchdowns. Joe Flacco played in five games, scored five touchdowns, and racked up 1051 passing yards. Mike White played in three games, scoring three touchdowns with 1192 total passing yards. Those three quarterbacks threw to wide receivers Elijah Moore, Denzel Mims, Garrett Wilson, Braxton Berrios, and Corey Davis. Ty Johnson and Zonovan Knight were the starting running backs for 2022.
New York Jets 2021 Season Review
The Jets finished 2021 with a 4-13 record. The team won three home games at MetLife Stadium. It’s been several seasons since the Jets went 10-6. The team managed victories over the Titans, Texans, Jaguars, and Bengals. The team struggled to put together a stout defense in 2021, allowing the most points scored in the AFC with 504. The plans for 2022 should be to acquire talent through fee agents and draft a quality running back to give Zach Wilson some breathing room behind the offensive line. Wilson struggled at quarterback as many rookies do. He ranked 29th in touchdown passes and 30th in an overall quarterback rating.
Laken Tomlinson agreed to a three-year deal with the Jets. Tomlinson is one of the best guards available in the free-agent market. Laurent Duvernay Tardif is out. Tevin Coleman agreed to a one-year deal. C.J. Uzomah comes over from the Bengals, adding a great weapon to the offense. Uzomah will be a huge target for a rookie quarterback to throw to. Tight ends haven’t matched up with the current type of offensive schemes lately, but the top-ranked players at that position prove their worth every season.
The Jets signed Joe Flacco for another season as a backup to Wilson. At age 37, Flacco could step in for Wilson if needed, but he’s not looking to be a full-time starter any longer. Flacco is happy to provide support to an organization as his career comes to a close. Coming over from Minnesota, Tyler Conklin agreed to a three-year deal with the Jets. This is a good fit for Mike LaFleur’s offensive scheme.
Moving to the 2022 NFL Draft, the Jets will most likely look to pick a solid linebacker. If there is a good edge-rushing lineman available, the Jets would certainly like to use an early-round pick to make a bold move. Finally, if there is a chance for the Jets to pick up a wide receiver in the draft, it would give Zach Wilson another target to throw to.
Jets Football History
The New York Jets were founded in 1960 and have often been called the “other team” in New York. They were originally called the New York Titans from 1960 to 1963 before changing their name to the Jets. Throughout their history, the Jets have called four buildings home. First, they played at Polo Grounds from 1960 to 1963. From 1964 to 1983 they played at Shea Stadium. In 1984 they moved into Giants Stadium where they would remain and in 2010 they moved into the new MetLife Stadium. The Jets have made the playoffs 14 times and have won the Super Bowl once, the year before the AFL NFL Merger in 1969.