New York Jets vs. Philadelphia Eagles: Where to Watch and Listen

By Alan Schechter

Aug 24, 2013; Jacksonville, FL, USA; Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Nick Foles (9) hands off the ball to running back Bryce Brown (34) during the fourth quarter of their game at EverBank Field. The Philadelphia Eagles beat the Jacksonville Jaguars 31-24. Mandatory Credit: Phil Sears-USA TODAY Sports

In approximately five hours from now, the Jets wrap up the preseason by taking on Nick Foles and the rest of the Chip Kelly-led Philadelphia Eagles. This has been an annual matchup for several years now, as these two teams wrap up the preseason each year in the no starters game.

Tonight, look for guys such as Matt Simms, Ryan Spadola, Kahlil Bell, and Ricky Sapp, amongst others, to have their chance to shine as the back end of these rosters fight for jobs.

For those of you not heading out to MetLife for the game tonight, here is where you can catch it:


The game will air on CBS 2 locally, with Ian Eagle and Greg Buttle bringing you all the action, as they do for most of the preseason. For those of us still afflicted by the Time Warner Cable issue, here are your options. Sign up at Aereo where you can watch the game on the internet, streaming live.

You can also catch the game on the Preseason Live package through the NFL website, which requires a subscription as well.  The game will be available after it’s over, as blackout rules prevent it from being shown on the NFL website live.

Finally, SNY will be showing a replay of the game at 11PM tonight.


As always, you can tune into ESPN radio, 98.7 FM.  Bob Wischusen and Marty Lyons will bring you all of the action as they do all season long.  For satellite radio subscribers, you can catch the Jets’ broadcast on Sirius channel 88.  For the broadcast done by the Eagles’ broadcast team, tune into the Sirius internet player on channel 823.

Enjoy the game, and join us for our Live Game Thread during the game.