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Full list of Jets home and away opponents for 2018 season

By Luis Tirado Jr.
EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - SEPTEMBER 24: Robby Anderson #11 of the New York Jets catches a touchdown pass against the Miami Dolphins during the first half of an NFL game at MetLife Stadium on September 24, 2017 in East Rutherford, New Jersey. (Photo by Rich Schultz/Getty Images)
EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - SEPTEMBER 24: Robby Anderson #11 of the New York Jets catches a touchdown pass against the Miami Dolphins during the first half of an NFL game at MetLife Stadium on September 24, 2017 in East Rutherford, New Jersey. (Photo by Rich Schultz/Getty Images)
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The opponents for every home and away game for the New York Jets have officially been released. Here’s the full list.

2018 promises to be another interesting year for the New York Jets. Besides having a plethora of salary cap money to play with and a full 2018 NFL Draft class to infuse even more talent to the roster, the Jets will continue rebuilding the right way.

For now, Jets fans have to wait a few more months before the real excitement begins with free agency. Until then, all one can do is remember last season for all its highs and lows and prepare for the long offseason ahead.

The good news is, the Jets have officially released their home and away opponents for the 2018 regular season. Usually, the full schedule is released worldwide by the NFL right around draft time so for now, their opponents have already been decided.

Courtesy of the Media Relations Department of the Jets, here are all their home and away opponents:

Home

Buffalo BillsDenver BroncosIndianapolis ColtsMiami DolphinsGreen Bay PackersNew England PatriotsHouston TexansMinnesota Vikings

Away

Chicago BearsBuffalo BillsCleveland BrownsMiami DolphinsJacksonville JaguarsDetroit LionsNew England PatriotsTennessee Titans

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It looks like this time around, the Jets have a fairly decent but nothing too tough when it comes to their opponents, unlike last season. Depending on all the moves the Jets make this offseason, they could very well win a few more games than just five.

Realistically, if they bolster their offensive line, get better talent at cornerback, add some new offensive playmakers, and of course, finally address their quarterback situation, the Jets could perhaps win seven, maybe even eight games or more.

Of course, as always in the NFL, anything can happen when a new season begins and hopefully, the Jets continue heading in the right direction as a franchise. It’s all about playing hard, execution, and winning football games and continuing to be competitive in 2018.

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