2014 New York Jets tickets open the season with three home games in the first four weeks, the easiest being an opening day date with the Oakland Raiders. Things get a lot tougher after that. The Jets will travel to meet the Green Bay Packers, then return to take on what looks to be an improved Chicago Bears and a Detroit Lions team with a killer defense that will challenge whoever happens to be under center. The home schedule also includes the New England Patriots of course and the defending AFC Champion Denver Broncos will come to town on Oct. 12th. With road games against the usual collection of AFC East opponents, the Jets 2014 schedule is a formidable one.
How will they handle it? Well, it would be nice to know who who is going to be under center. That aspect of the Jets 2014 season is still in doubt and Rex Ryan still isn’t giving any clear indications. Whoever it is will have a new Tight End in Jace Amaro, a solid second round pick from Texas Tech. After that the only real proven wide receiver on the roster is Eric Decker. Possible starters from the draft are Jalen Saunders, Shaq Evans, and Quincy Enunwa. Somehow the New York Jets coaching staff will have to find some hands from that group. The defense got a boost from the draft also as Ryan went for safety Calvin Pryor out of Louisville, a solid pick who fills a need and should start from Day One.
As usual, 2014 Jets tickets will provide more entertainment value than almost any other NFL tickets out there. Rex Ryan will speak volumes, things will get heated, and the fans will get loud. How this season plays out will determine the future of the present coaching staff. Anything less than 10 wins and it all starts over.Eric Drouant