For an organization that gets a lot of shit for most of its existence, and some of it fair, the Jets as a whole have done pretty well in overall playoff wins in the Super Bowl era (1966). I came across this chart and thought it would be fun to share it with the forum. The Jets have 12 playoff wins which is very respectable, and a few other things stuck out as well when looking at this list. * The Lions are a laughing stock. For an organization that has had 12 playoff appearances in the SB era and to only have 1 win is insane. They've had some pretty decent teams with great individual players as well. Funny thing is that the one win was against the Cowboys in 1991 right before they won back to back Super Bowls. * Another Midwest iconic team in the Bears have less wins then the Jets. The overall perception of the Bears during this era revolves around the 1985 team. The Bears have had some iconic names (Butkus, Sayers, Payton, Singletary) and personalities but only 10 wins to show. I honestly for whatever reason thought they had more. I was fooled. * Freaking Baltimore Ravens have 16 wins overall while not retaining any of the Browns wins or records overall. They started out in 1996 and made the playoffs for the first time in 2000 and have 16 playoff wins in 22 years that amazing. They have more wins in that span then the original and modern day Cleveland Browns overall by more then double. The rest of the teams above nobody can be to surprised about. Vikings, Eagles and Seahawks for instance most will understand. Add the Titians/Oilers, and the Buffalo Bills success with 4 straight Super Bowl appearances and a few playoff games since then, especially lately. That's no surprise. As much shit as the Jets take that's a pretty damn good win total overall and I think most would be surprised by it.