Nov 3, 2013; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; New York Jets quarterback Geno Smith (7) leaves the field after defeating the New Orleans Saints at MetLife Stadium. The Jets won the game 26-20. Mandatory Credit: Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports

New York Jets vs. Buffalo Bills: Where to Watch and Listen


Sunday morning, and it’s game day, Jets fans! Does it get any better? I think not.

The “Road to MetLife Stadium” continues following the bye week for the New York Jets. They begin a two game road trip here in Buffalo before they head back to MetLife Stadium in two weeks, as round 2 of the 2013 Bills vs. Jets series concludes. In game 1, the Jets beat the Bills from MetLife by a score of 27-20, on a long touchdown pass from Geno Smith to Santonio Holmes.

Holmes will likely be back on the field for the Gang Green today, as will their newest teammate, Ed Reed, in passing situations. Buffalo, on the other hand, will be without wide receiver Robert Woods, and likely Stevie Johnson as well, so the Jets will have some holes to exploit.

For anyone not in Buffalo, here is where to catch the game:

WHERE TO WATCH

As usual, you can catch the game on CBS in the local markets. This week the call will come from Ian Eagle and former Chargers’ QB Dan Fouts. You can also trek up to Buffalo and watch the team live.  Get your Jets tickets for any game this season by checking out the New York Jets from TicketCity.

WHERE TO LISTEN

Each and every week, catch the Jets game on ESPN Radio, 98.7 FM locally. Bob Wischusen and Marty Lyons will bring you all of the action, as they do so brilliantly each and every week of the season. For anyone listening via the satellite radio, listen to the Jets’ broadcast on Sirius channel 134 and the Bills’ broadcast on channel 108.

Enjoy the game.

 

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