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

By Alan Schechter

Oct 12, 2014; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; New York Jets quarterback Geno Smith (7) reacts after being sacked by the Denver Broncos during the fourth quarter of their NFL football game at MetLife Stadium. The Broncos defeated the Jets 31-17. Mandatory Credit: Adam Hunger-USA TODAY Sports

Tonight is the night. In just three hours time, Geno Smith, Chris Ivory, Eric Decker and the rest of the New York Jets take on Tom Brady, Rob Gronkowski and the rest of their arch rival New England Patriots. The Patriots enter on a high, bringing a 4-2 record, winning their last two and scoring 40 points per game over the past two. The Jets are trying to stop their five game losing streak and begin the way back to respectability. It seems like a mismatch, but we know that Rex Ryan and company have given the Patriots fits. It should be a good one tonight.

For anyone not up in Foxboro, here is where you can catch the game:

WHERE TO WATCH: As part of the Thursday Night Football series, the game will be simulcast on CBS and the NFL Network. Jim Nantz, Phil Simms, and Tracy Wolfson will bring all of the action.

WHERE TO LISTEN: As always, the game can be heard locally on ESPN radio, 98.7 FM. Bob Wischusen and Marty Lyons bring you wall to wall action as they do every week. For anyone listening on satellite radio, you can catch the Jets broadcast on Sirius channel 93, and the Patriots broadcast on Sirius channel 92.

Enjoy the game, and let’s go Jets.