FanSided’s Fandom 250 is now live as they rightfully snubbed the New York Jets in this year’s list.
The Fandom 250 is finally here as it ranks the top fandoms in the world of sports, entertainment, movies, video games, and everything else in between. Believe it or not, the Cleveland Browns were named the No. 1 fandom in the world which is spot on since their fans are brutally loyal. The New York Jets? They weren’t even included at all.
FanSided snubbed the Jets in this year’s Fandom 250 and rightfully so. Jets fans are loyal to a degree but these past few years, even with a newly drafted franchise quarterback, many are ready to completely call it quits. From a terrible head coach in Todd Bowles, no accountability whatsoever for careless penalties, dumb play calling, and off-the-field distractions, the mantra of “Same Old Jets” is still in full effect.
The Jets will continue being on the outside looking in as their future looks bleak. 2018 was supposed to be a year of progress but it’s been another losing season of pure regression. Have you ever seen such an abysmal season by the Jets? It’s so bad, Jets home games have been experiencing record lows of attendance.
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It’s December and the Jets are currently 3-9, on the bottom of the AFC East, and have four dreadful games left to play. They face the Buffalo Bills, Houston Texans, Green Bay Packers, and end the season on the road against the New England Patriots.
The Jets will likely end the year 3-13 since there is no hope this team can put together what it takes to end their current losing streak. Yes, the Jets have lost six straight games in epic fashion with no signs of changing that trend anytime soon.
Jets fans, those that still plan to root for this team, are already looking forward to the offseason and likely not watch, listen, or waste their time and money attending any football games involving this team in 2018. It’s a fitting way to end another lost season with more questions than answers and no clarity in sight.