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

By Alan Schechter

Nov 22, 2012; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan (left) and New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick shake hands after the game on Thanksgiving at Metlife Stadium. The Patriots won the game 49-19. Mandatory Credit: Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports

Good morning Jets fans! Round two is just a few hours away, as the Road to MetLife Stadium continues. At 1 PM from MetLife Stadium, Geno Smith, Bilal Powell, and the rest of Rex Ryan’s New York Jets take on Tom Brady, the newly active Rob Gronkowski, and the rest of Bill Belichick’s New England Patriots.

The second game has had a history of being a tougher one on the New York Jets in the recent years of this rivalry, and whenever Tom Brady is back calling signals, his team is never going to be one that is easy to beat. Rest assured, it will be a tough game today, yet one the Jets can win with an A+ effort.

For anyone not heading out to MetLife, here is where you can catch it:


On TV, you can see the game on CBS, just like most AFC games. Greg Gumbel and Dan Dierdorf will be calling all of the action on CBS in the local game areas.


As always, you can hear the game on ESPN radio, 98.7 FM. Bob Wischusen and Ring of Honor member Marty Lyons will bring you all of the action. For satellite subscribers, you can hear the Jets’ broadcast on Sirius channel 86, or the internet server on channel 821. The Patriots’ broadcast will be available on Sirius channel 132, or internet channel 818.

Enjoy the game!