New York Jets vs New England Patriots: Where to Watch and Listen

By Alan Schechter

Oct 21, 2012; Foxboro, Massachusetts, USA; New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez (6) congratulates New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady (12) after being defeated 29-26 in the first overtime quarter at Gillette Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Greg M. Cooper-USA TODAY Sports

Good morning all! Tonight is the night. We are here, and the rivalry resumes. The road to MetLife Stadium continues.  MetLife Stadium the home of the Super Bowl of course.  Tonight, the guy in the picture won’t be involved, as it will be Geno Smith leading the New York Jets against Tom Brady and the rest of our friendly neighbors from New England. Tonight, we will really see how ready Geno Smith is for the big stage. Can he withstand all that coach Belichick is going to throw at him? This will be a major factor in determining tonight’s result.

For anyone not up in New England for the game, here is where to catch it:


As the game is the first in the NFL Network’s slate of Thursday night games, they will have tonight’s game nationally. Kickoff is set for 8:25 PM. Brad Nessler, Mike Mayock, and Alex Flanagan will bring you the action on TV.


First is the national radio broadcast, via Westwood One Radio(check local radio listings). Ian Eagle, Trent Green, and Ross Tucker will have the call for the national cast. Locally, the game, as always, featuring Bob Wischusen and Marty Lyons, can be heard on ESPN Radio, 98.7 FM.

For satellite radio subscribers, the Jets broadcast can be heard on Sirius channel 92, and the New England broadcast on channel 86. The Westwood One broadcast will be on channel 88.

Enjoy, and let’s go Jets.