Copy of letter I sent to Jets ticket sales last night
As someone who has braved the cold and windy days both at Shea and the Meadowlands since 1967 as a season ticket holder I cannot put the frustration of the product that management has fielded this year into words.
In order to meet the demands of raising ticket prices I had to share the cost of season tickets with two other Jet fans. I believed with a new stadium and new coaching staff that the Jets would soon be able to give long suffering Jet fans a chance at winning it all. We all however have been scammed.
Rather than talk about this from an emotional standpoint let me approach this from a business standpoint. You're only as good as the product that they you put on the field to "entertain" the fans. What we witnesses yesterday was not entertainment but an embarrassment. So as a "customer" of this franchise where do I go for a refund or to get satisfaction ? You dare charge me for seat licenses and Thank God I was able to afford it but where do I go and what do I do when you consistently put a sub-par product on the field ?
When I saw the New York media portray the Jets as clowns I became angry and the Jets as an organization should have also been very angry because their rivals are winning Super Bowls while Rex Ryan and company continue to flounder. Woody as a business person knows about performance and the performance to date is further indications that the virus effecting this organization has not been eradicated.
I urge this organization to take whatever steps are necessary to give New York and Jet fans what they deserve after more than 40 years of selling out seats to see really bad teams: a winner. It's not always the most popular person who gets things done and this organization needs to clean house to clearly show Jet fans that the bottom line is winning not just talking about winning.