NY Jets schedule 2024: Every game on national TV this season

The Jets will be on TV quite often.
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The NFL seems to believe that Aaron Rodgers and the NY Jets will be appointment viewing in the 2024 season, as the Jets schedule features as many primetime games as any team in the league. New York will have seven standalone games this season, all of which are in the first 11 weeks.

Not only do the Jets have star power and the attraction of being the league's most interesting New York team, but they also have enough skill from top to bottom to possibly make the postseason for the first time in over a decade. The Jets will be in front of the football nation frequently, as that is what comes with the territory.

Even though the Jets' 7-10 record last year limited them to a third-place schedule in 2024, they still have plenty of marquee matchups against the best in the game.

Take note of the fact that even though the Jets have two standalone Thursday Night Football games against the New England Patriots and Houston Texans in addition to their London matchup against the Minnesota Vikings, neither of those matchups count as national TV.

NY Jets schedule 2024: Every game on national TV this season

Week 1 @ San Francisco 49ers (Monday Night Football)

The Jets will be tested right from the jump this season, facing off against Aaron Rodgers' old nemesis in San Francisco on Monday Night. Perhaps the best team in the league, San Francisco is also coached by Kyle Shanahan, who likely knows Robert Saleh's defense inside and out.

Week 6 vs. Buffalo Bills (Monday Night Football)

Yet another home game against Buffalo under the lights. Aaron Rodgers' Achilles injury from last year will loom large over this game due to how badly it wrecked the last Jets' season, but a healthy Rodgers might have

Week 7 @ Pittsburgh Steelers (Sunday Night Football)

The Steelers are projected to be a better offense this season, as Russell Wilson is a big upgrade over Kenny Pickett. Not only will the Jets have to contend with an improved offensive attack, but their new-look offensive line will be tested to breaking point against TJ Watt and Pittsburgh's defense.

Week 11 vs. Indianapolis Colts (Sunday Night Football)

The generational gap will be bridged in this game, as a quarterback who will turn 41 right after this game in Rodgers will face off against 21-year-old Anthony Richardson. The Colts have a tremendous defensive line, adding yet another wrinkle into this matchup.