List of New York Jets seasons
This is a list of seasons completed by the New York Jets, formerly the New York Titans, an American football franchise of the National Football League (NFL). The list documents the season-by-season records of the Jets' franchise from 1960 to the present, including postseason records and league awards for individual players or head coaches. The Titans were a part of the inaugural season of the American Football League (AFL) in 1960. In 1963, the Titans changed their name to the Jets after a change in ownership.
The New York Jets have won one National Football League championship in Super Bowl III. In their 53-year history, they have an overall regular season record of 373 wins, 439 losses, and 8 ties. They have made 14 postseason appearances, and have an overall postseason record of 12 wins and 13 losses.
- For complete team history, see History of the New York Jets.
|AFL Champions (1960–1969)||Super Bowl Champions (1966–present)||Conference Champions||Division Champions||Wild Card Berth|
|Season||Team||League||Conference||Division||Regular Season||Post Season Results||Awards||Head coaches|
|New York Titans|
|New York Jets|
|1968||1968||AFL||East||1st||11||3||0||Won AFL Championship (Raiders) 27–23
Won Super Bowl III (1) (Colts) 16–7
|Joe Namath (MVP, SB MVP)|
|1969||1969||AFL||East||1st||10||4||0||Lost Divisional Playoffs (Chiefs) 13–6||Joe Namath (MVP)|
|1974||1974||NFL||AFC||East||4th||7||7||0||Joe Namath (CBPOY)||Charley Winner|
|1975||1975||NFL||AFC||East||5th||3||11||0||Charley Winner (2–7) |
Ken Shipp (1–4)
|1976||1976||NFL||AFC||East||4th||3||11||0||Lou Holtz (3–10) |
Mike Holovak (0–1)
|1981||1981||NFL||AFC||East||2nd||10||5||1||Lost Wild Card Playoffs (Bills) 31–27|
|1982||1982||NFL||AFC||6th||6||3||0||Won First Round (at Bengals) 44–17
Won Second Round (at Raiders) 17–14
Lost Conference Championship (at Dolphins) 14–0
|1984||1984||NFL||AFC||East||3rd||7||9||0||Marty Lyons (WP MOY)|
|1985||1985||NFL||AFC||East||2nd||11||5||0||Lost Wild Card Playoffs (Patriots) 26–14|
|1986||1986||NFL||AFC||East||2nd||10||6||0||Won Wild Card Playoffs (Chiefs) 35–15
Lost Divisional Playoffs (at Browns) 23–20 (2OT)
|1988||1988||NFL||AFC||East||4th||8||7||1||Erik McMillan (DROY)|
|1991||1991||NFL||AFC||East||2nd||8||8||0||Lost Wild Card Playoffs (at Oilers) 17–10|
|1995||1995||NFL||AFC||East||5th||3||13||0||Hugh Douglas (DROY)
Boomer Esiason (WP MOY)
|1998||1998||NFL||AFC||East||1st||12||4||0||Won Divisional Playoffs (Jaguars) 34–24
Lost Conference Championship (at Broncos) 23–10
|2001||2001||NFL||AFC||East||3rd||10||6||0||Lost Wild Card Playoffs (at Raiders) 38–24||Herman Edwards|
|2002||2002||NFL||AFC||East||1st||9||7||0||Won Wild Card Playoffs (Colts) 41–0
Lost Divisional Playoffs (at Raiders) 30–10
|2004||2004||NFL||AFC||East||2nd||10||6||0||Won Wild Card Playoffs (at Chargers) 20–17 (OT)
Lost Divisional Playoffs (at Steelers) 20–17 (OT)
|Jonathan Vilma (DROY)|
|2006||2006||NFL||AFC||East||2nd||10||6||0||Lost Wild Card Playoffs (at Patriots) 37–16||Chad Pennington (CBPOY)||Eric Mangini|
|2009||2009||NFL||AFC||East||2nd||9||7||0||Won Wild Card Playoffs (at Bengals) 24–14
Won Divisional Playoffs (at Chargers) 17–14
Lost Conference Championship (at Colts) 30–17
|2010||2010||NFL||AFC||East||2nd||11||5||0||Won Wild Card Playoffs (at Colts) 17–16
Won Divisional Playoffs (at Patriots) 28–21
Lost Conference Championship (at Steelers) 24–19
|2013||2013||NFL||AFC||East||2nd||8||8||0||Sheldon Richardson (DROY)|
|Totals||397||478||8||All-time regular season record (1960–2017)|
|12||13||0||All-time postseason record (1960–2017)|
|409||491||8||All-time regular and postseason record (1960–2017)|
Note: Statistics are correct through the end of the 2017 NFL season.
- "New York Jets Franchise Encyclopedia". Pro-Football Reference.
- Season was shortened to nine games due to a strike; divisional standings were ignored and the top eight teams in each conference qualified for the playoffs.
- Season was shortened to 15 games due to a players' strike. One game was cancelled and three others were played with replacement players.