New York Jets Tickets
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New York is known for having a proud tradition in their sports teams and pro American football is not an exception. New York has two pro football franchises, the NY Jets and the NY Giants. The Jets franchise started as the Titans of New York, one of the original members of the American Football League. The start of the franchise was marked with controversy regarding the ownership. Harry Wismer was awarded with the franchise in 1959, but by 1963, the franchise was then managed and owned by five-man group led by David Werblin. In terms of the play, the Titans enjoyed success on the field. One of the problems that the management of Werblin acquired was that the franchise was bankrupt. To start their new ownership, they changed the name to the New York Jets. In the following year, the team moved from playing in the old Polo Grounds to the new Shea Stadium. It was a rebuilding process of the newly hired coach, Weeb Ewbank and the signing of QB Joe Namath. Four seasons later, in 1968, the Jets gained their first AFL championship and in the third edition of the Super Bowl that same year, the Jets defeated the heavily favored Baltimore Colts. Another Eastern Division title came in 1969, but the team was unable to last long in the post-season as they were defeated by the Kansas City in the first round of playoff. For more than a decade, the Jets were known as a mediocre team. The Jets rose to contention at the start of the 1980s to early 1990s advancing to the next round of the playoffs. In 1998, the Jets captured their first AFC Eastern division title and another one came in 2002. In the 2000s, the Jets reached the playoffs six times, but were unable to have a breakthrough.
The Jets started playing their home games in Shea Stadium, and stayed there for nearly two decades from 1964. They later moved to the home stadium of NY Giants, Giants Stadium in 1984 and shared the stadium with their cross-town rival. In 2010, these two pro American football franchises teamed up to construct the MetLife Stadium with $1.6 billion in funds. This new stadium has 2.1 million square feet of land area. It made history during the Super Bowl XLVIII when the title game was played in cold weather and an open-air stadium. The insurance company, MetLife attained the naming rights for 25 years.
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