The NY Jets will travel to Lumen Field in Week 17 to take on the Seattle Seahawks with their season very much on the line. A loss this Sunday will officially eliminate the Jets from playoff contention while a win could set up a win-and-in scenario in Week 18.
The Jets have lost four consecutive games and are in desperate need of a bounce-back victory. Fortunately, Week 17 will see the return of quarterback Mike White after two weeks on the sideline healing his broken ribs.
White will try to lead the Jets to victory against a Seahawks team that has fallen on hard times as well as of late. Seattle has lost five of their last six games and has failed to score more than 13 points in each of their last two outings.
Both teams are playing for their postseason lives, but only one can emerge victorious. Let's take a look at everything you need to know about this cross-conference matchup.
How to Watch NY Jets vs. Seahawks
The Jets/Seahawks game will be airing live on FOX starting at 4:05 p.m. ET. Chris Myers and Robert Smith will be on the call.
How to Stream NY Jets vs. Seahawks
For streaming purposes, there are a few options you can use. 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. Seahawks
You can listen to the NY Jets vs. Seahawks on ESPN New York 98.7 FM with Steve Levy and Sal Palantonio on the call.
NY Jets vs. Seahawks Kickoff Time and Location
The Jets' Week 17 game against the Seahawks will be held at Lumen Field in Seattle, Washington. Kickoff is scheduled for 4:05 pm ET.
What is the weather for NY Jets vs. Seahawks
The weather for Sunday's game will be 44 degrees and mostly cloudy with 2 mph southwest winds.
NY Jets vs. Seahawks History
The Seahawks lead the all-time series 12-8 and have won their last four games against the Jets. The Jets haven't beaten the Seahawks since December 2004, when Chad Pennington was at quarterback.