Even though they haven't won a Super Bowl since way back to the days of Broadway Joe Namath, that hasn't prevented the Jets from having some of the most diehard fans in the league.
Jets Nation is loud and proud fans not just in New York but across the country. That loyalty even extends to the celebrity world, as many Hollywood stars are avid supporters of Gang Green.
If you turn on a Jets game on your TV this fall, you're bound to spot these celebs rooting on their favorite NFL team.
Here's five celebrities who are rabid fans of the Jets:
The King of Queens star from Long Island has been a Jets fan since birth. In the hit sitcom, James' character is a diehard fan and actually proposes to his wife at a Jets game. In real life, James is just as fanatical, as he proudly orchestrated a Jets chant at a home game in 2012.
Everyone in Gang Green definitely loves Raymond. The Emmy award winner from Queens is a Day 1 Jets fan, dating back to the franchise's inaugural season. Romano, who played a sports writer on Everyone Loves Raymond, would love nothing more than for the Jets to script a comeback story for the ages this season.
The veteran funnyman makes hilarious references to the Jets in his films Mr. Deeds and Little Nicky. Sandler, a native of Brooklyn, was roughly three years old when the Jets won their lone Super Bowl. Maybe the Jets need some of Bobby Boucher's special H2O to snap the five decade drought.
George R.R. Martin
The world renowned author of the insanely popular Game of Thrones series is interestingly both a Jets and Giants fan. Martin, who is from Bayonne, NJ, is a firm believer that the Big Apple is at its best with two dominant franchises vying for the NFL's gridiron throne. However, House Gase appears more likely than House Shurmur to be on the right track at the moment.
The co-creator of Seinfeld and star of Curb Your Enthusiasm is a prettyyyy, prettyyyy, prettyyyy big Jets fan. So much so that David even made his way out to Jets training camp in 2016 and wisecracked that he could be the team's offensive and defensive coordinator. David wanted the Jets to draft Josh Rosen over Sam Darnold though, so maybe he should curb his analysis.