Heading into Week 3 of the preseason, the New York Giants go up against the New York Jets in MetLife Stadium. Here’s a preview, how to watch on TV, and of course, live streaming of tonight’s game.
The famous Snoopy Bowl is upon the city that never sleeps. That’s right ladies and gentlemen, it’s the annual matchup pitting the New York Giants against the New York Jets in MetLife Stadium. The Jets are the home team this year as it’s all about getting the win to earn bragging rights and the famous Snoopy Trophy to see which football team comes out on top.
There are a lot of storylines for the Jets heading into this Week 3 preseason matchup. Besides the entire “fighting for New York pride” angle, it’s all about players making their case to not only make the final roster of the Jets but also earn starting positions.
The Jets need more clarity when it comes to their quarterback, tight end, and wide receiver positional groups. Will Sam Darnold continue to show even more progression that he’s ready for the starting gig in Week 1? Which tight will emerge as the best option to provide a nice security blanket on offense? Will wide receivers Chad Hansen or ArDarius Stewart show something to prove they’re worth keeping around?
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All these questions will hopefully be answered as it’s expected the Jets will have their starters play the first half of tonight’s game against the Giants. Hopefully, no major injuries occur and the Jets leave the game victorious.
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