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I have been pretty excited about this schedule for a while! This is my 10th anniversary season for TailgateJoe, 2009-2019, so we are planning on doing some road games. Interestingly, in the course of doing TGJ, I have actually done road game parties at each of those stadiums at least once already. I will figure out how many of those games we will travel to once the actual schedule comes out.

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19 minutes ago, Lupz27 said:

Hopefully we play the Bills in London, and it’s one of the Jets home games.

 

6 hours ago, morny said:

Won't be any AFC East games in London. 

 

Home teams for international games (4x London, 1x Mexico) already announced as; 

Jags

Chargers

Raiders

Rams

Bucs

 

So Jags is the only possible game for Jets over here

 

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22 minutes ago, Lupz27 said:

Hopefully we play the Bills in London, and it’s one of the Jets home games.

I would prefer London to be one of our away games - you know for all the home cooking we get from the refs at home...

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9 minutes ago, Greenseed4 said:

Sucks. I was looking forward to us playing an away game at Oakland, mainly because they’ll be in Las Vegas next year. 

No, that's still another year away. They might share a stadium with the 49ers next year. I read a report that they were in some kind of negotiations to play all of their home games in London next year, too, but that's probably just to gain some bargaining position. 

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9 minutes ago, Greenseed4 said:

Sucks. I was looking forward to us playing an away game at Oakland, mainly because they’ll be in Las Vegas next year. 

New stadium won’t be ready. Not sure if UNLV’s home field will meet their needs? If it did I think would have announced it as their option 

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6 hours ago, CrazyCarl40 said:

Wow. So should I go to the Redskins game in Maryland or the Baltimore game in Maryland. Maybe both? Anyone have any experience at either. 

I’ve done Baltimore - good experience, minus that it was the Sunday night game, cold, Mangold out, and Sanchez a turnover machine.

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4 hours ago, Maxman said:

Our editor Glenn Naughton lives over there now. He retired from the Air Force and moved over there. He runs the content side of things for JetNation.

If the Jets are definitely over there we plan on setting some things up. I really hope to be able to make this trip myself.

Already working on my father for this trip.  10 year anniversary of us doing road trips - he’ll have a new grandson to bring.  What’s better than that?

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3 minutes ago, TeddEY said:

Already working on my father for this trip.  10 year anniversary of us doing road trips - he’ll have a new grandson to bring.  What’s better than that?

That is definitely very cool!!

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6 hours ago, CrazyCarl40 said:

Wow. So should I go to the Redskins game in Maryland or the Baltimore game in Maryland. Maybe both? Anyone have any experience at either. 

Ravens fans tend to be enthusiastic but not complete a**holes - if you return the favor by being civil. It's a nice stadium, right off the interstate but also downtown. Easy access, reasonably edible food/beer. But I'd try to go for food before or after somewhere near the waterfront or Little Italy. You can park ahead of time for food in one of the close by waterfront lots, and then walk to the stadium. There's even tram access right in front of the stadium (shares the grounds with Camden Yards,) from other points if you want to avoid traffic downtown altogether, but I don't know details on that. I had good experiences even in the upper bowl attending with a couple of Ravens season ticket holders I know.

The Foreskins: stadium access and parking sucks monkey d**k. Out in the middle of nowhere. No public transit access - on purpose, so Snyderbas**rd can rip you off for parking.  Once of the worst large venue experiences - and I go back to Shea Stadium - just as shabby, only bigger. Terrible, pricey food and beverages. One plus is that the stadium will probably be half full of Jet fans, as the home team has alienated fans about as much as humanly possible, and opposition fans show up en mass. Some of the home fans are rooting for Snyder to move the team to LA once all those teams vacate, and then they'll hope the league grants them an expansion team in a few years. I kid you not. I used to live in DC, and my old friends down there and the local press are all over it.

 

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8 hours ago, CrazyCarl40 said:

Wow. So should I go to the Redskins game in Maryland or the Baltimore game in Maryland. Maybe both? Anyone have any experience at either. 

I have been to both, even doing TailgateJoe parties at each. I have actually been to Baltimore 2-3 times for games. If you have a choice, do Baltimore. The stadium is right in the city, it’s a nice stadium, Baltimore has some good restaurants and there is nightlife close by near the harbor. Hotels are not as expensive either. Just make sure you stay in a good area. 

Washington is in the middle of nowhere, and the stadium truly sucks. Way too many obstructed view seats, and I’m not just talking about the columns and poles, there are actual roofs that are too sloped, cutting field views. Total sh*tshow of a stadium.

 

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13 hours ago, Maxman said:

Our editor Glenn Naughton lives over there now. He retired from the Air Force and moved over there. He runs the content side of things for JetNation.

If the Jets are definitely over there we plan on setting some things up. I really hope to be able to make this trip myself.

Good love a meet up.

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20 hours ago, kevinc855 said:

Jet fans can drive to philly dc and Baltimore. Just be prepared. Those fans are tough on opposing fans 

LOL. Philly? I can't believe it!

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19 hours ago, bostonmajet said:

Is it just me, or does if fell that we have to go play in Buffalo like every d*mn year? Like wtf?

Yeah, and everybody in the NFL would kill the play them twice...

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On 12/31/2018 at 11:19 AM, playtowinthegame said:

Last time we played the NFC East and NFC North we won 10 games in Todd Bowles first season as head coach in 2015. The NFC East is pretty much garbage, but the AFC North will be tough next year. We get Baker Mayfield vs Sam Darnold II at MetLife. I bet that is a Sunday Night game in week one.

The NFL is not putting two losing teams on Sunday night in week 1.  Sorry.

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On 12/31/2018 at 2:12 PM, 14 in Green said:

I love the Home sked. Can't remember a better one for season ticket holders in terms of big name teams coming in. Road sked also pretty favorable. 

Except the stadium will be half filled with opponents' fans for non-division home games - NYG, Dallas, Pitt and Oakland.  

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10 hours ago, Joe Willie White Shoes said:

Except the stadium will be half filled with opponents' fans for non-division home games - NYG, Dallas, Pitt and Oakland.  

It will be fun seiing their faces when their teams lose to the "lowly" Jets.

Seriously, I recall sitting in a stadium filled with Steelers fans late in 2007 and the Jets kicked the sh!t out of them beating them in OT.  Nothing more pleasing than to see all of them leave so miserably in the freezing rain. 

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8 hours ago, Dcat said:

It will be fun seiing their faces when their teams lose to the "lowly" Jets.

Seriously, I recall sitting in a stadium filled with Steelers fans late in 2007 and the Jets kicked the sh!t out of them beating them in OT.  Nothing more pleasing than to see all of them leave so miserably in the freezing rain. 

I remember that game very well.  Was a lousy season for us and filled with Steelers fans.  

Same thing happened again in 2014 with Vick as our QB. 

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I am so looking forward to this home slate.  This is the  best lineup I can remember in a long, long, long time.  They will stick the Giants game late in the season, December no doubt.  Sam will get the spotlight for sure. 

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On 12/31/2018 at 9:14 AM, Jetlife33 said:

Happy to see we’re home vs Oakland, Pittsburgh and Dallas. Ravens in Baltimore are always tough. Jets have never beaten the eagles. Not a bad schedule though. What qb’s scare you outside of Brady and wentz if healthy?

Not sure who will run our D next year but after seeing Tannehill torch a Todd Bowles defense with his legs this past year I'm sure glad we'll be facing Lamar Jackson in a post-Bowles world.

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On 12/31/2018 at 3:23 PM, joebabyny said:

I have been pretty excited about this schedule for a while! This is my 10th anniversary season for TailgateJoe, 2009-2019, so we are planning on doing some road games. Interestingly, in the course of doing TGJ, I have actually done road game parties at each of those stadiums at least once already. I will figure out how many of those games we will travel to once the actual schedule comes out.

I was at your tailgate in Philly several years ago when Sanchez imploded.  Great tailgate, bad game and one helluva story about seeing Brian Baldinger at a strip club after the game. lol

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