Miami Dolphins vs. New York Jets: Where to Watch and Listen

Nov 24, 2013; Baltimore, MD, USA; New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan walks on the field prior to the game against the Baltimore Ravens at M

Gameday morning my friends, and the “Road to MetLife Stadium” continues. At 1:00 PM, Geno Smith, Bilal Powell, and the rest of Rex Ryan’s New York Jets host Ryan Tannehill, Lamar Miller, and the rest of the Miami Dolphins at MetLife Stadium.

It’s a big one for both of these teams, besides being AFC East rivals. They are also both locked up in the six way tie in the conference with a 5-6 record. The team that loses will have a tough hill to climb with seven losses on their record.

Geno Smith and company are going to have to finally play a consistent football game, their first in over a month. As we have talked about, they will also need to keep Cameron Wake and Olivier Vernon out of the backfield if the Jets are going to have any chance of running their record to 6-6.

For anyone not heading out to MetLife today, here is where to catch the game.

WHERE TO WATCH

As usual, the game can be seen on CBS in the local markets. For those of you that have it, it will also be part of the offering on the NFL Redzone channel. Marv Albert and Rich Gannon will bring us all of the action.

WHERE TO LISTEN

As always, you can hear the game in the local area on ESPN radio, 98.7 FM. Bob Wischusen and Marty Lyons bring us every exciting moment, from opening kickoff to final gun.

For satellite radio subscribers, catch the Jets’ broadcast on Sirius channel 110, and on internet channel 821. The Dolphins’ broadcast will be on Sirius channel 136, and on internet channel 816.

Enjoy the game!

Topics: New York Jets, Where To Listen To The Jets Game, Where To Watch The Jets Game

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