Green Bay Packers vs. New York Jets Recap
September 14, 2014
Leading the way with 209 yards and a touchdown, Jordy Nelson and the Packers came back to beat the New York Jets. The first half of this game was all Jets, with Geno Smith running for a touchdown and throwing one to Erick Decker. Chris Ivory also managed to run in a touchdown for the Jets as well. The Packers offense couldn't convert on multiple drives and had to settle for three Mason Crosby field goals. In the third quarter, Aaron Rodgers connected with Randall Cobb for a short 1 yard touchdown and Jordy Nelson for a spectacular catch and run touchdown of 80 yards. The Jets almost tied it up late in the game, but a timeout was called by offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg, which negated the touchdown.
New York Jets vs. Oakland Raiders Recap
September 7, 2014
D. Carr made two touchdowns passes for the Oakland Raiders, who are now 0-1 in the season. On the other side, for the New York Jets, Geno Smith scored one touchdown and made two hundred twenty one passing yards. However, he did have one interception. The Jets after this game are now 1-0 on the season. The Raiders had a total of 11 first downs while the Jets had a total of 20 first downs, this contributed to the win by the Jets. The Raiders only had a total of forty-nine rushing and passing plays while the Jets had a total of sixty-five.
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2014 New York Jets Season Tickets (Includes Tickets To All Regular Season Home Games) Recap
August 29, 2014
Do not miss a minute of action at MetLife Stadium with your 2014 New York Jets. Rex Ryan and the Jets plan on building on last season's 8-8 season with a drive to return to the playoffs. 2014's exciting season includes games against the Oakland Raiders, Detroit Lions, Chicago Bears, Denver Broncos, Pittsburgh Steelers as well as the familiar division rival Dolphins, Patriots and Bills. You don't want to miss an opportunity to see former NFL Pro Bowlers Michael Vick and Chris Johnson start their careers with the Jets as well as the rookie season of first round draft pick Calvin Pryor. Don't delay, you might miss a chance to get good seats for your New York Jets.