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New York Jets are well represented in the 2020 NFL playoffs

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - OCTOBER 02: Head coach Pete Carroll of the Seattle Seahawks reacts to a call in the fourth quarter after a New York Jets scored at MetLife Stadium on October 2, 2016 in East Rutherford, New Jersey. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)
EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - OCTOBER 02: Head coach Pete Carroll of the Seattle Seahawks reacts to a call in the fourth quarter after a New York Jets scored at MetLife Stadium on October 2, 2016 in East Rutherford, New Jersey. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)
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The New York Jets may not be in the NFL playoffs in 2020, but they’re present in another way. Here are all the details on how they’re represented.

It’s January which means it’s time for the NFL playoffs. Unfortunately, the New York Jets for the ninth consecutive season are NOT in the postseason.

But that doesn’t mean they aren’t represented.

As a matter of fact, the green and white are well represented in this year’s NFL playoffs.

On the AFC side:

Kansas City Chiefs: veteran cornerback Mo Claiborne and former first-round pick linebacker Darron Lee, and finally defensive tackle Mike Pennel.

Tennessee Titans: wide receiver and special teams ace Kalif Raymond and don’t forget about tight end, Anthony Firkser.

On the NFC side:

Seattle Seahawks: fullback Nick Bellore (former New York Jets linebacker and special teams stud), former Pro Bowl kicker Jason Myers, and quarterback Geno Smith.

Minnesota Vikings (have been eliminated): guard Dakota Dozier.

On top of the former New York Jets players that are sprinkled throughout NFL playoff rosters, there is also a strong contingency of coaches that once wore the green and white.

In the pacific northwest, there’s Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll and Seahawks offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer.

Also on the NFC side is Green Bay Packers defensive coordinator Mike Pettine.

Finally, on the AFC side, Houston Texans defensive coordinator Romeo Crennel and staying in the AFC South Tennessee Titans wide receiver’s coach Rob Moore was once a supplemental first-round draft choice of the Jets back in 1990.

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