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  1. 7 hours ago, TeddEY said:

    Sorry to be the bad guy, but if you bought football tickets as an investment in 2008, at best, you're probably the same people who buy gold coins off daytime television commercials, and at worst you probably send money to "lawyers" overseas to facilitate the return of untold fortunes from long lost uncles, and you got exactly what you deserved.

    Seat location investment, upper deck in GS to 2nd row MEZZ.  Good move and the funds came from some dude I never met before from Egypt.  

    Go to a lot of games yourself?  

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  2. 6 hours ago, JETSY14 said:

    Plain and simple....PSL's are a losing proposition if you are not a top tier franchise. You can argue this all you want however go on any secondary site a day or two before the Steelers game. Compare those prices to your PSL ticket prices.

    PSL’s were a investment in prime seat location. I am sure there are many out there that have so much Jet junk at their house or man cave as many like to call it, that what they spent equals my PSL’s. I don’t collect junk. My avg cost of the PSL spread out over all the games I have attended at Met Life is around $50 at this point, plus I get access to get tickets to all events before the public. I have seen some great concerts in prime locations. 

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  3. 5 hours ago, SAR I said:

    PSL’s?  This again?  They don’t exist.

    How rich people spent their fun money in 2008 is irrelevant in 2020. It was 12 years ago. You probably spent more money on dog food and beer than I did on my PSL‘s in that span.  Genius. 

    SAR I

    A decent vacation costs what I paid for my PSL’s. As a fan who enjoys going to the games not matter what, the PSL’s were the best thing to happen as I got much better seats in the new Air Conditioner looking stadium vs Giants Stadium.  

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  4. 1 hour ago, Gen X Jet said:

    Again Queens-based team playing in Godforsaken Jersey will not generate meaningful attendance numbers unless the team is good.

    In Queens for 24 Years and 35 in New Jersey.  I would say they are more Jersey than Queens at this point.  

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  5. 2 hours ago, SAR I said:

    1-EA30-DF4-AFFE-4828-BC98-0-ACEA1564528.

    Agreed. The problem Sunday wasn’t too many Dolphins fans. The problem was not enough Jets fans.  

    Let’s send the boys off in style after the tough breaks and effort they have shown. Let’s go everyone. Get your friends and family members who say they’re Jets fans to buy tickets and let’s give the Steelers a collective punch in the gut. 

    SAR I

    Come one, come all, for grand finale of the 2019 season home slate, a location where the Jets have won three in a row.  Early forecast is high in the 40's and partly cloudy.  

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  6. 28 minutes ago, 14 in Green said:

    Come on, the team has been terrible for years. Better to commend the loyalty of those who do show up then knocking the ones who don’t want to give up an entire Sunday and drop $3-500+ on watching two bad teams play a meaningless game.

    One of the guys at my tailgate yesterday got three tickets for $30.  Not quite $500+

  7. 1 hour ago, SAR I said:

    HELL YES.

    What is wrong with these people?  This roster is 1-8 caliber yet we're 5-4 since Sam returned from injury and they don't show up?  They won't pay $25 to watch a great game on a warm December day?

    I don't want to hear another word about the stadium or whining about crowd noise when these pretzel-eating complainers DON'T FIX THE PROBLEM THEMSELVES.

    SAR I

    Yes, if you are a fan at this team, you are seeing them actually get some future depth guys being developed, which is what this team needs and makes it fun to watch in person.  

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  8. 5 hours ago, Maxman said:

    The Jets are averaging 20.3 points per game when Sam Darnold starts this season. Inconsistency is an issue but an improved oline will help next year. Do you know the last time a Jets QB averaged over 20 points per game?

    1954. Seriously look it up, hasn't happened to a Jets QB since the mid 1950's. I mean, they weren't a team yet but still.

    I do seriously hope someone looks up previous team points per game averages for Jets QBs.

    Year Lg Tm W L T Div. Finish Playoffs PF AVG points PA PD Coaches AV Passer Rusher Receiver
    2019 NFL New York Jets 5 8 0 3rd of 4   226 17 301 -75 Gase   Darnold Bell Anderson
    2018 NFL New York Jets 4 12 0 4th of 4   333 21 441 -108 Bowles Adams Darnold Crowell Anderson
    2017 NFL New York Jets 5 11 0 4th of 4   298 19 382 -84 Bowles McCown McCown Powell Anderson
    2016 NFL New York Jets 5 11 0 4th of 4   275 17 409 -134 Bowles Williams Fitzpatrick Forte Enunwa
    2015 NFL New York Jets 10 6 0 2nd of 4   387 24 314 73 Bowles Wilkerson Fitzpatrick Ivory Marshall
    2014 NFL New York Jets 4 12 0 4th of 4   283 18 401 -118 Ryan Richardson Smith Ivory Decker
    2013 NFL New York Jets 8 8 0 2nd of 4   290 18 387 -97 Ryan Wilkerson Smith Ivory Kerley
    2012 NFL New York Jets 6 10 0 3rd of 4   281 18 375 -94 Ryan Wilkerson Sanchez Greene Kerley
    2011 NFL New York Jets 8 8 0 2nd of 4   377 24 363 14 Ryan Revis Sanchez Greene Keller
    2010 NFL New York Jets* 11 5 0 2nd of 4 Lost Conf 367 23 304 63 Ryan Pouha Sanchez Tomlinson Edwards
    2009 NFL New York Jets* 9 7 0 2nd of 4 Lost Conf 348 22 236 112 Ryan Harris Sanchez Jones Cotchery
    2008 NFL New York Jets 9 7 0 3rd of 4   405 25 356 49 Mangini Jones Favre Jones Cotchery
    2007 NFL New York Jets 4 12 0 3rd of 4   268 17 355 -87 Mangini Cotchery Pennington Jones Cotchery
    2006 NFL New York Jets* 10 6 0 2nd of 4 Lost WC 316 20 295 21 Mangini Pennington Pennington Washington Coles
    2005 NFL New York Jets 4 12 0 4th of 4   240 15 355 -115 Edwards Law Bollinger Martin Coles
    2004 NFL New York Jets* 10 6 0 2nd of 4 Lost Div 333 21 261 72 Edwards Martin Pennington Martin Moss
    2003 NFL New York Jets 6 10 0 4th of 4   283 18 299 -16 Edwards Martin Pennington Martin Moss
    2002 NFL New York Jets* 9 7 0 1st of 4 Lost Div 359 22 336 23 Edwards Mawae Pennington Martin Coles
    2001 NFL New York Jets* 10 6 0 3rd of 5 Lost WC 308 19 295 13 Edwards Abraham Testaverde Martin Coles
    2000 NFL New York Jets 9 7 0 3rd of 5   321 20 321 0 Groh Lewis Testaverde Martin Chrebet
    1999 NFL New York Jets 8 8 0 4th of 5   308 19 309 -1 Parcells Martin Lucas Martin Johnson
    1998 NFL New York Jets* 12 4 0 1st of 5 Lost Conf 416 26 266 150 Parcells Lewis Testaverde Martin Johnson
    1997 NFL New York Jets 9 7 0 3rd of 5   348 22 287 61 Parcells Glenn O'Donnell Murrell Johnson
    1996 NFL New York Jets 1 15 0 5th of 5   279 17 454 -175 Kotite Murrell Reich Murrell Chrebet
    1995 NFL New York Jets 3 13 0 5th of 5   233 15 384 -151 Kotite Lewis Esiason Murrell Chrebet
    1994 NFL New York Jets 6 10 0 5th of 5   264 17 320 -56 Carroll Lewis Esiason Johnson Moore
    1993 NFL New York Jets 8 8 0 3rd of 5   270 17 247 23 Coslet Johnson Esiason Johnson Moore
    1992 NFL New York Jets 4 12 0 4th of 5   220 14 315 -95 Coslet Lewis Nagle Baxter Moore
    1991 NFL New York Jets* 8 8 0 2nd of 5 Lost WC 314 20 293 21 Coslet O'Brien O'Brien Thomas Moore
    1990 NFL New York Jets 6 10 0 4th of 5   295 18 345 -50 Coslet O'Brien O'Brien Thomas Toon
    1989 NFL New York Jets 4 12 0 5th of 5   253 16 411 -158 Walton McMillan O'Brien Hector Townsell
    1988 NFL New York Jets 8 7 1 4th of 5   372 25 354 18 Walton McNeil O'Brien McNeil Toon
    1987 NFL New York Jets 6 9 0 5th of 5   334 22 360 -26 Walton O'Brien O'Brien McNeil Toon
    1986 NFL New York Jets* 10 6 0 2nd of 5 Lost Div 364 23 386 -22 Walton O'Brien O'Brien McNeil Toon
    1985 NFL New York Jets* 11 5 0 2nd of 5 Lost WC 393 25 264 129 Walton Klecko O'Brien McNeil Shuler
    1984 NFL New York Jets 7 9 0 3rd of 5   332 21 364 -32 Walton Gastineau Ryan McNeil Shuler
    1983 NFL New York Jets 7 9 0 5th of 5   313 20 331 -18 Walton Gastineau Todd McNeil Walker
    1982 NFL New York Jets* 6 3 0 2nd of 5 Lost Conf 245 27 166 79 Michaels Gastineau Todd McNeil Walker
    1981 NFL New York Jets* 10 5 1 2nd of 5 Lost WC 355 24 287 68 Michaels Klecko Todd McNeil Walker
    1980 NFL New York Jets 4 12 0 5th of 5   302 19 395 -93 Michaels Powell Todd Dierking Harper
    1979 NFL New York Jets 8 8 0 3rd of 5   337 21 383 -46 Michaels Powell Todd Gaines Walker
    1978 NFL New York Jets 8 8 0 3rd of 5   359 22 364 -5 Michaels Walker Robinson Long Walker
    1977 NFL New York Jets 3 11 0 5th of 5   191 14 300 -109 Michaels Gaines Todd Gaines Walker
    1976 NFL New York Jets 3 11 0 4th of 5   169 12 383 -214 Holtz,Holovak Gaines Namath Gaines Knight
    1975 NFL New York Jets 3 11 0 4th of 5   258 18 433 -175 Winner,Shipp Riggins Namath Riggins Caster
    1974 NFL New York Jets 7 7 0 4th of 5   279 20 300 -21 Winner Namath Namath Riggins Caster
    1973 NFL New York Jets 4 10 0 4th of 5   240 17 306 -66 Ewbank Barkum Woodall Boozer Barkum
    1972 NFL New York Jets 7 7 0 2nd of 5   367 26 324 43 Ewbank Namath Namath Riggins Caster
    1971 NFL New York Jets 6 8 0 4th of 5   212 15 299 -87 Ewbank Riggins Davis Riggins Caster
    1970 NFL New York Jets 4 10 0 3rd of 5   255 18 286 -31 Ewbank Elliott Woodall Boozer Maynard
    1969 AFL New York Jets* 10 4 0 1st of 5 Lost Div 353 25 269 84 Ewbank Namath Namath Snell Maynard
    1968 AFL New York Jets* 11 3 0 1st of 5 Won SB 419 30 280 139 Ewbank Maynard Namath Snell Maynard
    1967 AFL New York Jets 8 5 1 2nd of 5   371 29 329 42 Ewbank Maynard Namath Boozer Maynard
    1966 AFL New York Jets 6 6 2 3rd of 5   322 27 312 10 Ewbank Namath Namath Snell Sauer
    1965 AFL New York Jets 5 8 1 2nd of 4   285 22 303 -18 Ewbank Maynard Namath Snell Maynard
    1964 AFL New York Jets 5 8 1 3rd of 4   278 21 315 -37 Ewbank Grantham Wood Snell Turner
    1963 AFL New York Jets 5 8 1 4th of 4   249 19 399 -150 Ewbank Turner Wood Smolinski Turner
    1962 AFL New York Titans 5 9 0 4th of 4   278 20 423 -145 Turner Grantham Green Christy Powell
    1961 AFL New York Titans 7 7 0 3rd of 4   301 22 390 -89 Baugh Dorow Dorow Mathis Powell
    1960 AFL New York Titans 7 7 0 2nd of 4   382 27 399 -17 Baugh Dorow Dorow Dorow Maynard
  9. 5 hours ago, Maxman said:

    I love going to the games. I have seriously modified my entire life around it. Football Sunday we are there as soon as the parking lot opens and we are one of the last to leave. We tailgated before the game and ate dinner after the game. The financial decision I made years ago to buy and RV was based in large part on using it 8 times a year to tailgate.

    So I can't imagine any other way for me personally.

    I know others don't feel the same way, my kids are older now so it is easier. But I went when they were young, we just steered them away from fall sports that involved a Sunday.

    I totally get that others don't enjoy going. I talk to a lot of people that hate going. But there are a ton of people that don't go because of the price. So to your point, those people should have been there yesterday. I honestly think some people didn't realize how low ticket prices were.

    In the past we have done ticket giveaways and there have been people begging for free tickets. Some of those weeks I looked and see tickets for $20. Always amazed me that the same person who wrote two pages on going to a Jets game being a life long dream wouldn't spend $20 to fulfill said dream lol.

    I do realize that face value is too much for a lot of people. No shame in that, money can easily be better spend elsewhere. $15 seats though, jump on that.

    Same here, you make the time to go to the game, esp when tickets are cheap if you are not a PSL or STH.  People should have been all over that yesterday.  Shame there were so many empty seats.  Pitt game is going to be the all time worst if Jet fans don't go.  

  10. 5 hours ago, Joe W. Namath said:

    At this point, the fools are the ones who go to the games for the rest of this year.

    Pack it up and give it another shot next year.

    Just having a fun time and making it a complete day from 8AM until post game.  Not a foolish way to spend the day.  

  11. Just now, Maxman said:

    Lower level end zone seats were as low as $15 yesterday. I have never seen them that low, that is crazy.

    The Steelers game might be the worst game in terms of ratio of opposing fans in this stadium. Steelers fans travel well, a ton in this area. It is going to be bad, really bad.

    Hence the call for so called Jet fans to actually show up and stop with the excuses "I don't have time to go to the game, but I had a 100 post day yesterday talking about it" or its too expensive, when tickets are at all time lows.  

    Rise up off the couch and go to the game!  Its going to be like that movie "300" fan wise if we don't get more Jet fans in the stands.  

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  12. Got to say very poor showing by Jets fans overall, far too many fish fans.  Tickets were cheap, perfect tailgate and football weather and entire rows in the upper deck were empty with many open seats in the Mezz and lower level.  We need the so called fans to get off their couch and get to the stadium.  Its embarrassing when you bring new people to the game and they say it looks like a preseason crowd.  Let have a better showing for the Steeler game.  No excuses Jet fans......   Tickets we will be cheap and last time this decade you can you go to the stadium.  

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