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New York Jets


2009 New York Jets Football Preview:

2009 will be a transition season for the New York Jets. Gone are 2008 quarterback Brett Favre and Coach Eric Mangini. In are former backup QB Kellen Clemens and new Head Coach Rex Ryan. Ryan comes to the Jets from the Baltimore Ravens, where he fielded one of the most intimidating defenses in the NFL. Ryan also went and recruited one of the top players from that Ravens defense, linebacker Bart Scott, who joins the Jets in 2009. With Ryan’s leadership, Scott and company should be one of the most improved defenses in the entire AFC. On offense Clemens will take the reins with the hopes that he can improve upon the nice season that Favre had in ’08. If Ryan’s defense and Clemens’ offense are firing on all cylinders, then the AFC East might decide which AFC team makes the Super Bowl.


Founded: 1960
Location: East Rutherford, New Jersey
Stadium: Giants Stadium (aka: The Meadowlands)
Conference: AFC East
Rivals: New York Giants, New England Patriots, Miami Dolphins
Owners: Robert Wood Johnson IV (2000)
Team Nicknames: Gang Green
Notable Players: Joe Namath, Don Maynard & Joe Klecko

The New York Jets play football in the East Division of the American Football Conference (AFC) of the National Football League (NFL). The Jets franchise was founded in 1960 as the New York Titans. The team was renamed after the Jet planes landing at LaGuardia Airport next to the Jets home field at Shea Stadium. Joe Namath would help lead the Jets to its only Super Bowl (retroactively called Super Bowl III). The Jets have been regular visitors to the postseason, but never managed much success there. The 2006 season saw a surprise finish with a 10-6 record, but 2007 was a disappointment. We’ll see what the Jets can do this coming year.

The New York Jets play their home games at Giants Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey at the Meadowlands Sports Complex. The Jets share the stadium with the New York Giants. Giants Stadium is the second largest NFL facility with a capacity of more than 80,000 fans. Don’t miss the Jets this season. Experience the excitement of the NFL as the New York Jets try to make a big turnaround and shock the nation this coming year.

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