New York Jets vs New York Giants: Where to Watch or Listen

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Dec 24 2011; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; New York Jets running back LaDainian Tomlinson (21) is pursued by New York Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul (90) and outside linebacker Michael Boley (59) and free safety Antrel Rolle (26) during the second half at the MetLife Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Alan Maglaque-US PRESSWIRE

The Jets and the Giants go to battle in their annual preseason game tomorrow night at 7 PM from MetLife Stadium, with the Jets serving as the home team. We will do a more detailed preview tomorrow morning, but we know the big tests for the Jets in this one. The main challenge will be for the Jets offensive line, against arguably the best pass rush in the NFL. They didn’t play well last week, and that is a major area we all will be watching.

With that, it’s time to get ready for the game, and the question is, where can you find it? What channel is it on? Well, we have the answer for you, whether you are in the NY area or not.


You can find the game on TV, even if you don’t have the NFL Network. The game is on the NFL Network, but for the Time Warner customers that still don’t have NFL Network (myself included), have no fear. The game, as was the Jets game last week, is on CBS.

In the car, you can catch either the Jets broadcast on ESPN Radio 1050 AM, or the Giants broadcast on WCBS FM 101.1.

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  • Mark Odin

    Thanks for the information on how to watch tonight’s game. I
    have NFL Network, but I won’t be home to watch the game so I’ll be recording in
    on my Dish Hopper. It seems like there is more coverage, namely because of
    Tebow, but he seems to bring more media anywhere he goes. I recorded the first
    preseason game and other shows with more than enough room on my DVR. My
    coworkers at Dish are sad that Tebow left the Broncos, but it’s been good to
    have a quiet, mellow training camp with the other Manning at the helm!