How To Watch NY Jets vs. Jaguars: Live Stream and Game Predictions

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The NY Jets will be looking for a much-needed bounce-back victory when they take on the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 16. Coming off three consecutive losses, the Jets can ill afford another defeat, let alone one to the surging Jaguars.

Jacksonville is one of the hottest teams in the NFL with three wins in their last four games including back-to-back victories over the Tennessee Titans and Dallas Cowboys.

The Jets, on the other hand, are trending in the opposite direction with three straight losses. With their playoff hopes hanging in the balance, the Jets are desperately in need of a victory on Thursday Night Football.

Who will emerge victorious in this all-important AFC clash? Let's take a look at everything you need to know about tonight's game.

How to Watch NY Jets vs. Jaguars

The Jets/Jaguars game will be streaming live on Amazon Prime Video and Twitch starting at 8:15 p.m. ET. Al Michaels and Kirk Herbstreit will be on the call.

How to Listen to NY Jets vs. Jaguars

You can listen to the Jets vs. Jaguars on ESPN New York 98.7 FM with Steve Levy and Sal Palantonio on the call.

NY Jets vs. Jaguars Kickoff Time and Location

The Jets' Week 16 game against the Jaguars will be held at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. Kickoff is at 8:15 pm ET.

What is the weather for NY Jets vs. Jaguars

The weather for Thursday night's game will be 45 degrees and rainy with 14 mph eastward winds. Expect the wind and rain to play a significant factor in what could be a true war of attrition.

NY Jets vs. Jaguars History

The all-time series between the Jets and Jaguars is tied at eight. The last time these two teams met was Week 16 of the 2016 season when the Jets emerged as 26-21 victors in what was a crucial matchup for draft positioning at the time.

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The Jaguars failed to score from the one-yard line with 12 seconds remaining, eventually sealing the No. 1 overall pick for Jacksonville.