New York Jets – The Two Year Cycle

Joe Caporoso on the New York Jets heading back to exactly where they were 2 years ago…

Two years ago to this day the New York Jets were 2-8 and in the midst of a bye week, with the appearance of an organization years away from contention. Today, they are 3-7 and in the midst of a bye week, with the appearance of an organization years away from contention. How much progress has really been made since their post 2014 house cleaning? 

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New York Jets – Season Ticket Frustrations In A Lost Season

Dan Marcus on the frustration of season ticket holders of the New York Jets in seasons like 2016

When the City of New York shot them down the New York Jets West Side Stadium, they were forced to make a deal on a new home with more suites, luxury boxes, and amenities that they could sell to high net worth fans and corporations along with the Giants in East Rutherford. Both franchises were licking their proverbial chops at the opportunity to sell their fans a fictitious legal instrument dreamed up by Carolina Panthers owner, Jerry Richardson, called the Personal Seat License. 

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