All offseason, the New York jets have been the subject of news surrounding Aaron Rodgers and when a trade might happen between them and the Green Bay Packers.
Despite things trending upward for them, it cannot be overlooked just how bad this franchise has been for over a decade.
New York’s 12-year playoff drought is now the longest of any team in North American professional sports after the Sacramento Kings secured a playoff berth this week. The Jets haven’t made the playoffs since 2010.
The Kings ended their longstanding playoff drought on Wednesday night after beating the Trail Blazers 120–80. Sacramento is going to the postseason for the first time since the 2006 playoffs.
The last time the Jets made the playoffs, the team was led by Rex Ryan and quarterback Mark Sanchez. That 2010 season saw them play in their second-consecutive AFC championship game.
The team has mustered a meager 70–124 record in the regular season since its last playoff game.
However, things are set to change should they trade for Aaron Rodgers this off-season.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.