How Many Super Bowls Have The Jets Won?

How Many Super Bowls Have The Jets Won

The New York Jets are a professional American football team in the NFL. The Jets play at the MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, which they share with the New York Giants. The Jets have won only one Super Bowl in 1969 in which they beat the favored Baltimore Colts. Aside from their one Super Bowl win, the Jets have won the AFC Championship four times.

Super Bowl III (1968-1969)

Considered one of the biggest upsets in Super Bowl history, Super Bowl III was played between the Baltimore Colts and the New York Jets. The 1968 season was the sixth season coached by Weeb Ewbank. The Jets had a record of 11-3-0 in the regular season and 2-0 in the playoffs, which eventually led to their 1969 Super Bowl win. This was their first and only championship win. Joe Namath, who played a vital role in the win, won MVP and the AFL Player of the Year. The Jets won 16-7 which was the biggest upset of the season, as the Colts had been favored to win.

AFC Championship Appearances

Since their Super Bowl win in 1969, the Jets have yet to win another Super Bowl in over 50 years. They have made the AFC Championships four times. In 1982, the Jets lost to the Miami Dolphins with a score of 14-0. In 1998, they lost to the Denver Broncos with a score of 23-10 in which the Broncos had 23 unanswered points. Their next appearance in a playoff game was not until 2009, where they lost to the Indianapolis Colts by a score of 30-17, a game in which they did not score until the second half. The most recent appearance the Jets have made in a playoff game was in 2010, where they lost 24-19 to the Pittsburgh Steelers with a fumbled second half comeback. In the time that has passed since the Jets Super Bowl win, many former Jets’ players have gone on to win the Super Bowl. Some of these players include Karem McKenzie, Marvin Washington, and Keyshawn Johnson.


When was the last time the Jets won the Super Bowl?

The Jets last won the Super Bowl in 1969 at Super Bowl III in Miami, Florida. Their win was punctuated by a strong offensive team led by Joe Namath. While the Jets were victorious, they were not favored in the championship. Instead, they defied all odds and stole the victory from right under the Colts’ by a score of 16-7. Super Bowl III has gone down in football history as one of the biggest upsets in the game.