Heading into Week 8, the New York Jets welcome the Atlanta Falcons to MetLife Stadium. Here’s a preview, how to watch on TV, and of course, live streaming of today’s game.
As the New York Jets prepare for a crucial football game that will define their season against the Atlanta Falcons, all eyes will be focused on what kind of character this team has. Can the Jets bounce back from their current two-game losing streak and put up a complete game from start to finish?
It will all come down to their overall team discipline since, at the end of the day, the Jets have been sloppy in almost every aspect of the game. Sure, they have gotten in the habit to start games strong but when it matters most, become their own enemy by either coughing up crucial turnovers or committing costly penalties that put them on the losing end of a contest.
The Falcons are also in a similar bind. Believe it or not, they’re on a three-game losing streak and ironically, have lost to every other team in the AFC East. That’s right, they were beaten by the Buffalo Bills, Miami Dolphins, and New England Patriots over the course of the past three weeks. Their offense has been out of sync and hasn’t looked like the team the football world remembers from last season. If they want to turn their season around, they must beat the Jets, otherwise, they’ll be known as a fluke of a team that can’t go back to their powerhouse ways of 2016.
For today’s afternoon game, if you’re unable to watch on television, please check out a free 7-day trial by Fubo.TV since they’ll have this game on air and ready to stream live for your viewing pleasure. Keep in mind that Fubo also works on all portable devices like cell phones, tablets, laptops, and even on your home computer.
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