The NY Jets are preparing for an important matchup with the Las Vegas Raiders on Sunday Night Football tonight. It's the second week in a row for the Jets on primetime, although they're hoping this one goes a bit better than last week.
The Jets are hoping to rebound following an ugly 27-6 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers a week ago. It'll once again be Zach Wilson at quarterback for a Jets team that has no plans to make a QB change anytime soon.
As for the Raiders, they're riding a wave of momentum following a thrilling 30-6 victory over the New York Giants in the team's first game without Josh McDaniels. The Raiders are hoping to carry that momentum into another win over a New York team this week.
Wilson and the Jets will take on rookie Aidan O'Connell and the Raiders on Sunday Night Football tonight. Here is everything you need to know about tonight's game.
How to Watch NY Jets vs. Raiders
The Jets/Raiders game will be airing live on NBC starting at 8:20 p.m. ET. Mike Tirico and Cris Collinsworth will be on the call.
How to Stream NY Jets vs. Raiders
There are a few options you can use to stream this week's Jets/Raiders game. We recommend using FuboTV. Please consider that regional blackout rules will apply to some services. Here are some other streaming options for the game:
- NFL+ (mobile only)
- Hulu (Live TV)
- Sling TV
- Paramount Plus (if the game is broadcast locally)
How to Listen to NY Jets vs. Raiders on radio
You can listen to the NY Jets vs. Chargers on 98.7 WEPN (ESPN Radio) with Bob Wischusen and Marty Lyons on the call.
NY Jets vs. Raiders Kickoff Time and Location
The Jets' game against the Raiders will be held at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada. Kickoff is set for 8:20 pm ET.
What jerseys are the NY Jets wearing tonight?
The Jets will be wearing their white jerseys and white pants for tonight's Week 9 game against the Raiders.
What is the weather for NY Jets vs. Raiders
The weather for tonight's game will be 64 degrees and partly cloudy with 2 mph northeast winds. Of course, none of this matters because Allegiant Stadium is a dome — apologies for wasting your time.