If it wasn’t for the New York Jets, it’s quite possible that the NFL-AFL merger might not have been as well received. When the NFL’s Green Bay Packers crushed the Kansas City Chiefs (35-10) and Oakland Raiders (33-14) in the first two Super Bowls NFL Old-school purists scoffed at any notion that the junior AFL could compete with the big boys and anticipated complete carnage in Super Bowl III as the 13-1 Baltimore Colts were 18-point favorites against the Jets.
Brash Jets quarterback Joe Namath guaranteed victory and delivered, leading the Jets to a 16-7 triumph. It remains the only Super Bowl appearance by the Jets, and it arguably remains the most important Super Bowl game in the 50-year history of the event.
Since their glorious 1968 season and Super Bowl win in what was the first playoff appearance in franchise history, the New York Jets have returned to postseason play 13 more times, but they have never returned to glory.
The Jets are 0-4 in AFC Championship Games, losing most recently to the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2010. Along with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and New Orleans Saints, they are the only three teams to win their lone Super Bowl appearance.
Only two of their playoff appearances have resulted from AFC East title-winning seasons. The Jets won their most recent division crown in 2002.
Who Does New York Jets Play Next
Find out the betting lines for the next Jets game and make sure to see whether the Dolphins are playing at home or on the road and whether or not its against a division opponent.
New York Jets Game Schedule
The game schedule for the New York Jets is listed below, and the Jets tend to be an all or nothing team when it comes to the NFL season.
New York Jets Standings Today
Here is where you will be able to study and decipher information from the up to date New York Jets standings, which often seem to be a story of close but no cigar.
How To Make Money Betting On New York Jets
New York Jets fans have endured a miserable time of things recently. And it doesn't look the scenario is going to improve much in coming seasons. One thing is for sure, the current Jets' side are not good futures picks. They are lackluster on both sides of the ball and continually frustrate their fan base. Wait for the trend to change before backing the Jets on the futures market.