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Jets ticket prices have barely changed amongst fans despite busy off-season

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It has been a very busy off-season for the NFL already and with so many happening, everyone is wondering what will happen next season?

Well arguably the division which has improved the most is the AFC East which will house the Super Bowl champion New England Patriots, Buffalo Bills, New York Jets and Miami Dolphins.

The Dolphins have added star defensive lineman Ndamukong Suh this off-season whilst the Bills have added former Jets head coach Rex Ryan and former Philadelphia Eagles runningback LeSean McCoy to their roster.

The Patriots have lost a lot of talent this off-season including Darrelle Revis, Shane Vereen and even veteran defensive lineman Vince Wilfork.

However the team who have arguably added to their roster most is the New York Jets who have attracted a lot of big names.

Fan's expectations can be reflected in the prices for Jets tickets on secondary market sites such as TiqIQ in which their tickets have seen just 1.6% price increase.

Costing on average now $198.77 - just over $3 more than they did last year, clearly the sellers amongst the Jets fans aren't expecting fans to be more willing to go to games.

The Jets may have gone 4-12 last season but they have undergone more than a revolution and have brought in some pretty big names.

The Jets have brought in a lot of talent this off-season including cornerback Darrelle Revis and wide receiver Brandon Marshall from the Chicago Bears.

There are however, still doubts over quarterback Geno Smith however and the fans are still not happy with his status as their starter.

What next?

The AFC East is expected to be one of the more competitive divisions in the NFL next season but the questions will surely be surrounding the team from Foxborough.

The Patriots have lost a lot of talent particularly on defense and they are also facing the possibility of being without quarterback Tom Brady for their opening four games.

Brady is currently suspended as a result of the Deflategate controversy but his appeal of that suspension has only recently been addressed.

If Brady is out, all eyes will fall on back up Jimmy Garoppolo who is expected to be taking over at Gillette Stadium.

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