Jets vs. Saints: Preview, TV Coverage and Streams
Heading into Week 15, the New York Jets hit the road to face the New Orleans Saints in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Here’s a preview, how to watch on TV, and of course, live streaming of today’s game.
Things haven’t been easy for the New York Jets at all this season. Currently, they are 5-8 and in the bottom of the AFC East, as they are a longshot to even make the NFL Playoffs this season. With just three games left, they’d have to win out and hope other teams trying to make it as a Wild Card entry as well pretty much lose the rest of their games. It’s doubtful but hey, the NFL continues to be quite unpredictable so who knows if a miracle can happen.
Today, they have another road game against a tough New Orleans Saints team that is currently 9-4 and on top of the NFC South. This game could be another disaster of a matchup for the Jets who failed to score a single point in last week’s 23-0 loss to the Denver Broncos. Here’s hoping that the Jets have regrouped and can continue to overachieve this season with a win today in an improbable situation.
Of course, the hottest angle heading into this Week 15 matchup for the Jets is they have a new quarterback under center. Bryce Petty gets the nod to start due to Josh McCown having a broken hand injury. Can Petty rise to the occasion and beat the odds on the road? All eyes will be on how he’s been developing over the past few months as it’s his time to prove whether or not he’s worth keeping around for the future.
For today’s 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 personal computers at home or work.
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