Jet fans were right to think the world was against them, new study says

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The Jets is a poor brand. They haven’t made it to the knockouts since 2010. I don’t care what the team’s prospects are, until they win the knockout, my opinion on the matter will not change. change. There’s reason to be optimistic with Robert Saleh’s solid start as head coach, Breece Hall’s limited playing time, Garrett Wilson and Sauce Gardner’s flash of talent… everything, but let’s be honest, no playoffs, no business talk in a positive way.

That’s why I always find it strange that Jets fans think the NFL media is against them. Not just reporters and analysts, but broadcasters as well. To me, the claim that NFL announcers have been unfairly negative about the Jet is absurd. I spent a while as a game-by-game player and one of the first lessons I was taught was “unless you get paid by one of the teams, drop all prejudices. aside.” To me, the claim that broadcasters only speak negatively about the Jets is a fairy tale, a myth, a method of coping for upset New York fans who have two seasons left. One more victory to break the paper bag.

Obviously, I was wrong.

After years of claiming the world’s Joe Bucks and Troy Aikmans won it for them, the Green Gang finally has some data to back up that claim.

Earlier this week, released a article details the bias that every team faces in the booth whether positive or negative. Behold, the team down below… New York Jets.

The article doesn’t go into how or exactly what they identify as negative comments, but they do claim that they looked through more than 250,000 NFL games over the course of 50 years of NFL football to draw their conclusions. this essay. Supposedly, 32.36% – almost a third – of all the Jets reviews were negative, almost half a percentage point more than the next most negatively rated team, the Minnesota Vikings (31, ninety four%).

So why are Jets talked about to such a low degree. Sure, they haven’t had much success lately — haven’t won, let alone entered the Super Bowl since Super Bowl III — and have nearly 100 games under 0.500 in their lifetime, but they failed to do so. poor for the past 50 years as the Detroit Lions. During that time, the Lion has the worst record of any team at 309-467-5 (.399). The jet is 335-444-2 (.430). That’s better than the Cleveland Browns – 295-434-4 (.405) – and according to research, the Browns were talked about positively in 71.67 percent of broadcaster comments – the second-highest percentage in the NFL, New Orleans Saints (72.01%). So, what is it about the Jets that makes broadcasters so sour?

For one, it has to do with the market. The Jets play in New York (technically New Jersey, but don’t complicate things)! They are a team that should attract loads of talent. They are a team that when they play, people watch and notice. A bad show in New York will be seen by more people and as a result, the perception of the Jets will drop much faster than the perception of the Seattle Seahawks, Cleveland Browns or Arizona Cardinals. Sure, the smallest NFL market right now is the Green Bay Packers, but they’re an exception. They have a super passionate market that crosses borders and a deep history of success. They have been supported by the Future Hall of Famers for 30 years in a row. I will not take them as part of my views.

That’s kind of playing into my next point. They have never been embarrassed for a long time. The longest period the Jets have gone without a season at 0.500 or higher in the last 50 years is the period they’re in – six seasons (2016-2021). Also, their longest streak is just three, having happened several times since 1972. On the other hand, the Lions have had such a 10-season streak (2001-2010) and a separate seven-season streak. (1984-1990) over the past 50 years. The Browns had a series of 11 seasons (2008-2018). It’s only natural for people to start pitying the less fortunate, and the Browns and Lions are two of the most unlucky franchises in the NFL. You love supporting an underdog, and frankly, even if Tom Brady has been in their department for nearly two decades, they’ve never really felt like one. Perhaps market size also plays a role.

In essence, the broadcasters picked the Jets because they made a bad impression nationally without being so bad that you felt sorry for them. They’re literally the NFL’s punching bag, the kid everyone at school chooses because they know it can take it. When you put it like that, you have to take your hat off to the fans of the team. They have endured so much slander, belittled their favorite team, and been demeaning but they don’t give up. Loyal Jets fans have stayed and continue to proudly re-evaluate the Green Gang. That takes a lot of courage, and I’m the first, never to speak ill of Jets again… or at least until I forget about it, maybe in four days. I do not know.

Also, don’t come to me if I keep mocking Zach Wilson. He deserves it, doesn’t he? However, I would stay away from Mike White. He’s over the limit.

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