When two teams build a new stadium to share, such as in the case of the New York Jets and New York Giants, you can guarantee that the finished product will be off the charts in terms of style and class. MetLife Stadium definitely lives up to the hype as one of the best venues in all of professional sports.
Opening its doors to the public in 2010, this East Rutherford, NJ stadium has hosted both Jets and Giants games along with a Super Bowl and countless concerts and special events. Three levels of suites totaling more than 200 in this building means that no matter the size of your group or your budget, there is sure to be a great option available to you.
Theatre-style seating along with a comfortable lounge area with access to multiple televisions means that you will not miss out on any action throughout the game. Add in the incredible catering and you will never want to leave. MetLife Stadium luxury suites should be on every football fan’s bucket list.
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“We’re going to win the game. I guarantee it.” Those famous words spoken by Joe Namath prophesized an unlikely championship victory against the heavily favored Baltimore Colts back in 1969. The confidence and bravado that fans were accustomed to from their franchise quarterback was backed up with phenomenal play on both sides of the ball for the New York Jets as they defeated the Colts 16-7 in Super Bowl III. This legendary tale represents the highest point in the history of this team.
Fans of Gang Green suffered through many seasons that would be described as mediocre at best following their lone championship season. Owner Woody Johnson is hoping that the present-day team could be the group to turn things around. He is committed to the future of this club, and has chosen to shake things up with a coaching change. Todd Bowles was let go after the 4-12 finish in 2018.
Adam Gase, the former Miami Dolphins head coach, moved north to take over head coaching duties with the Jets. He inherited a team that was in disarray, but hoped that there were some pillars in place around which he could build a championship team. After one season at the helm of this team, he knows what he has and he knows what he needs to improve.
The Jets selected Sam Darnold, a quarterback from USC with the 3rd overall pick in 2018. Management clearly had a lot of faith in Darnold and still believes that he is the Jets long-term solution under center. He showed flashes of brilliance in his first season that were encouraging. Sidelined with mono after Week 1 in 2019, Darnold would come back after several weeks and lead the team to some great wins down the stretch.
The big signing of Le’Veon Bell may not have brought the stats that Jets fans were hoping for, but the hope is that 2020 will be better for everyone.
The receiving corps is anchored by Jamison Crowder now that Robby Anderson has left in free agency. Crowder put together a solid 2019 season. 2018 4th round draft pick Chris Herndon had been a great addition at tight end. He developed a chemistry with Darnold last season, serving as an outlet valve for him when the receivers are covered. Herndon was lost early in the season to injury so fans are excited to see him back and healthy next year.
The Jets had the number three overall pick in the 2019 draft and used it to select Quinnen Williams, a defensive tackle out of Alabama. He had a great season, as had Jamal Adams. Free agent acquisition CJ Mosely was supposed to be an impact player, but an injury kept him out most of the year. New York will need to address their defense in the offseason to grow this team for the future.
Legends of the gridiron including Joe Namath, Don Maynard, Joe Klecko, Curtis Martin, and Mark Gastineau have all worn the green and white jersey of the New York Jets. More about the history of the New York Jets can be found by clicking here.
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