• New York Jets Drinking Game

New York Jets Drinking Game

  • Players: 2+
  • Type: Social
  • Drink: Beer
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  • Year: -Today
  • Genre: Football
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The New York Jets drinking game is almost a necessity for a fan base that are no strangers to being let down and know better than to have high hopes

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Grab the remote, fire up the TV and the cable box, tune in to the Football game, and keep your alcohol within an arm's reach.


The New York Jets drinking game is here to ease the pain of watching a team that knows just the right way of instilling hope in their fan base of winning games or making the playoffs, only to somehow mess it up at the last second. With an aging team, it's hard not to wonder what the future holds for this cast, and if the name "Geno Smith" is involved at all... well, we'll be here for you (us and that bottle of liquor on the table). Now that I think about it, is the Amish Rifle really that much better...? Lets save that sad discussion for another day and get to the drinking game rules.

  • Ryan Fitzpatrick throws an interception (take a shot if it's returned for a touchdown)
  • Brandon Marshall makes a beast-mode style catch
  • Eric Decker does Eric Decker type things: scores a touchdown
  • Quincy Enunwa catches a short pass
  • Matt Forte catches a ball out of the backfield
  • Nick Mangold pancakes someone
  • Darrelle Revis gets an interception (drink 2x if he gets burned for 15+ yards)
  • Muhammad Wilkerson stops the run for a loss
  • Nick Folk hits a field goal (drink 1x for every 10 yards of distance)
  • Todd Bowles job security is questioned

As always, please remember to drink responsibly! This alcohol drinking game is not meant to lead to you becoming sick due to over-consumption of alcohol. Need a ride? Download Uber or Lyft & get $5 off your first safe, sober ride. If you enjoyed it, please leave feedback in the comments & let us know how we can make it better!


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