Good morning Jets Nation! Week 3 is here, and the Jets are returning to the scene of the 2011 demise, Miami, Florida, to take on the Dolphins. Both teams enter 1-1, and every divisional matchup is a big one. We have talked all week about how stopping Reggie Bush is going to be key for the New York Jets to win today. Mark Sanchez should have plenty of open passing lanes this week against a porous Dolphins passing defense.
For anyone not heading to the game, here is where to catch it:
WHERE TO WATCH
There still is some question as to whether or not the game will air in Miami due to it not being a sellout. The team has received a 72 hour extension to sell enough tickets, so assuming there is no blackout, the game will air in both markets on CBS at 1 PM. Marv Albert and Rich Gannon will have the call, which could be a good omen for the Jets as they called the Jets’ 48 point effort in Buffalo.
For DirecTV subscribers, the game can be seen on channel 710.
WHERE TO LISTEN
This week and every week, you can catch the Jets game on ESPN Radio, 98.7 FM in New York. The regular team of Bob Wischusen and Marty Lyons will have the call.
For Sirius subscribers, the Jets’ broadcast can be heard on channel 92, and the Dolphins’ local broadcast can be heard on channel 136.
Enjoy the game.