New York Jets vs. Buffalo Bills: Where to Watch and Listen

By Alan Schechter

Good morning Jets fans. Gameday is finally back. Tonight at 7 PM, Michael Vick, Chris Ivory, and the rest of Rex Ryan’s New York Jets head to Ford Field in Detroit to take on Kyle Orton, Sammy Watkins, and the division rival Buffalo Bills. Last time these two teams met, the Bills came out on top, beating the Jets 43-23. The Bills enter tonight’s game 5-5, trying to keep themselves in the playoff race, while the Jets try to build on their win over the Steelers two weeks ago.

To everyone in western New York, we here in the Tri-State hope you and your families are safe, and if you are somewhere to enjoy tonight’s game, can do so.

For everyone, if you didn’t get the chance to obtain free tickets to attend the game, here is where you can catch it:

WHERE TO WATCH: The game will be televised on CBS in the local markets. Spero Dedes and Solomon Wilcots will bring you all of the action. The “NFL Sunday Ticket” will also be carrying the game, so any of you out of market fans can see it as well.

WHERE TO LISTEN: As always, you can hear the game locally on ESPN radio, 98.7 FM, with Bob Wischusen and Marty Lyons calling it from opening kickoff to final gun. For satellite radio subscribers, you can hear the Jets broadcast on Sirius channel 132. The Bills broadcast will be on channel 102.