Jamal Adams gets honored, while the New York Jets are reducing (that’s not a typo) ticket prices for the 2018 season.
While New York Jets safety Jamal Adams didn’t get an interception in his rookie season, he did receive an even better honor.
The Pro Football Writers of America release their All-Rookie Teams every year and guess who made it on this elite roster this season?
Here is the 2017 NFL All-Rookie Team, as selected by the PFWA: pic.twitter.com/rsrTfopIsu
— Pro Football Writers (@PFWAwriters) January 16, 2018
Adams’ potential is through the roof and Jets fans aren’t the only ones who see that, which is a nice change. Although a legitimate argument can be made that Marcus Maye got snubbed, but we’ll save that talk for another day.
We’ve announced season ticket pricing for 2018, including an 11% average reduction and introduction of a two-year price freeze.
DETAILS → https://t.co/1d1MSMmjRo pic.twitter.com/XGKrMhE6ke
— New York Jets (@nyjets) January 16, 2018
Wait, the Jets are actually saving people money? That’s the case, according to the team’s official website:
- The lowest-priced seat in the building will be $45, and the average ticket price will be the lowest since MetLife opened in 2010.
- If fans renew by March 1 and their ticket prices are remaining flat, they will receive between $100 and $250 in Jets Cash per seat. For fans who renew by March 1 and their ticket prices are being lowered, they will receive between $20 and $40 in Jets Cash per seat.
- Personal Seat License holders will continue to receive the most value and access to exclusive events. In addition to obtaining discounts to popular team events like Jets House and Taste of the Jets, PSL holders will continue to gain access to other events in the area including the NFL Experience in Times Square, Mets games, and concerts.
So good news for fans who hope to watch their team in person, though to be honest, it is so much easier to watch games at home nowadays. The gods have recreated the food, drinks, and atmosphere experience with surround sound etc right in your living room. Plus let’s be real you’ve got the best seat in the house with all the best camera angles without the inconvenience of leaving your home.
But the team needs their fans there. The experience is unlike any other. The jubilation of victory and the sunken feeling after your team blows it. I’ve experienced all of the above at MetLife Stadium. So I encourage fans, if they have the funds, to go to a game and enjoy it.
Other Jets News, Stories:
- The ultimate New York Jets offseason plan (Connor Rogers of FanRag Sports).
- Four revealing numbers that’ll help the Jets attack the offseason (Rich Cimini of ESPN New York).
- The trial for the murder of Joe McKnight underway (Associated Press via ESPN).