New England Patriots vs. New York Jets tickets 9/22/2019

New England Patriots vs. New York Jets NFL regular season game will be played at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, MA and tickets are still available. Get ready for the Sunday, September 22, 2019 game, where Patriots will try to win against Jets again at 1:00 PM. Best way to see your favorite team’s game is going to the stadium and be among other supporters. Get discount tickets for New England Patriots vs. New York Jets game until all are sold-out!

The closest geographically has been the rivalry with the New York Jets. The Patriots and Jets have been in the same division (what is now the AFC East) since both teams’ foundings in 1960, and have played each other at least twice a year since then. The rivalry between the Jets and Patriots has escalated since 1996, when Patriots head coach Bill Parcells left the Patriots under controversy to become the head coach of the Jets; he was replaced by former Jets coach Pete Carroll. Four years later Carroll was fired, and Parcells’s assistant, Bill Belichick, resigned the day he was named the Jets’ head coach to become the head coach of the Patriots. Six years after that, Eric Mangini, an assistant under Belichick, became the head coach of the Jets.

Bill Belichick achieved his 200th career head coaching win (regular season and playoffs) on November 22, 2012, defeating the Jets 49–19; it was his 163rd such win as Patriots coach. The Patriots defeated the Jets in Week seven of the 2015 season by a score of 30–23, to give them a 6–0 record to date.

By the time the two teams met for the first time in 2017, the Patriots and Jets were tied with the Bills for the division lead at 3-2, with the Jets-Patriots game determining who would take sole possession of first place after week 6 (the Bills were on bye that week). The Jets took an early 14-0 lead, but the Patriots rallied to win 24-17. The game featured a controversial call in which Jets tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins appeared to have scored a touchdown on a 5-yard reception from Josh McCown. The play was ruled a fumble because after Seferian-Jenkins caught the ball, he bobbled it before crossing the goal line, going out of bounds before he could secure it, which resulted in a touchback. With the win, Tom Brady got his 187th career regular season win, passing Peyton Manning and Brett Favre for the most regular season wins in NFL history by a starting quarterback.

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