New York Jets vs. Miami Dolphins: Where to Watch and Listen

By Alan Schechter

The final day is here, New York Jets fans.  It’s the last game of the 2014 season, and the last day before we likely see some major changes sweep through the New York Jets, from near the top right on down.  But for now, the Jets have one more game to play.  At 1 PM, Geno Smith, Eric Decker and the rest of our New York Jets take on Cameron Wake and the Miami Dolphins.  Out of the playoffs, the Dolphins are looking to end the season with a winning record, while the Jets, at 3-12, are just looking to get out of there with a win, likely playing out the final game for their beloved head coach, Rex Ryan.

Just like last week, whenever these two teams meet, no matter the record, there have been some exciting moments.  Here is where you can catch the game:

WHERE TO WATCH: The game will be televised on CBS in the local markets.  Andrew Catalon, Steve Tasker, and Steve Beuerlein will provide the call.

WHERE TO LISTEN: For the final time in the year 2014, you can hear the Jets on ESPN radio, 98.7 FM, here in the area.  Bob Wischusen and Marty Lyons are on it, from opening kickoff until final gun.

For satellite radio listeners, you can hear Bob and Marty on Sirius channel 102.  The Dolphins broadcast can be heard on Sirius channel 136.