The New York Jets had a very strong 2017 NFL draft. Their first two selections, safety Jamal Adams and safety Marcus Maye, will drastically improve their defense. With the defensive-minded Todd Bowles prioritizing defensive improvements, the Jets certainly fast-tracked this rebuild. Both Adams and Maye are fantastic playmakers with elite potential. The strength of the Jets' defense lies on their defensive line. Sheldon Richardson, Leonard Williams, and Muhammad Wilkerson are immensly talented. If this trio can stay healthy and produce, the Jets should have a very exciting defense in 2017. On offense, the Jets signed Quarterback Luke McCown to be their starting quarterback. But perhaps more importantly, McCown will serve as a mentor to young quarterbacks Geno Smith, Christian Hackenberg and Bryce Petty. The Jets are optimistic they will find their future franchise quarterback among this group. Veterans Eric Decker and Matt Forte return as household names with proven NFL track records.
In 2017, the New York Jets will welcome the Buffalo Bills, Miami Dolphins, New England Patriots, Atlanta Falcons, Jacksonville Jaguars, Kansas City Chiefs, Carolina Panthers and Los Angeles Chargers to MetLife Stadium
Suites and Special Events: A New York Jets suite at MetLife Stadium offers a private, climate-controlled environment with plenty of luxury seating. Entertain your most important clients, reward employees, or celebrate with family and friends while taking in a Jets game at the modern MetLife Stadium. MetLife Stadium suites are organized on three premium levels: President’s Circle, Five Star, and Gold Plus. Most suites at MetLife Stadium will include 24 tickets, 6 VIP parking passes, exclusive access to MetLife stadium clubs, a dedicated suite attendant, and a private restroom. In 2017, MetLife Stadium will also play host to Monster Jam, U2, Coldplay, Justin Bieber, and the International Champions Cup (Juventus vs. FC Barcelona).