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Jets vs. Lions 2015: Game Time, TV, Announcers, Online Streaming, and More

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After a rough week, we have some good news. There is a Jets game tonight for the first time in months.

Tonight's game is scheduled to kick off at 7:30 PM Eastern at Ford Field in Detroit against the Lions.

If you are in the New York area, you can see the game on WCBS 2. Ian Eagle and Greg Buttle will be calling the game.

The following are stations carrying the Lions' broadcast. WJBK (FOX/2 - Detroit), WNEM (CBS/5 - Saginaw), WSYM (FOX/47 - Lansing), WXMI (FOX/17 - Grand Rapids), WUPW (FOX/36 - Toledo OH), WJMN (CBS/3 - Escanaba MI). Matt Shepard, Rob Rubick, and Nate Burleson will be calling the game.

If you are out of market, how do you watch the games streaming online? The news is not good on that front. In years past, the NFL sold a subscription for out of market games for around $20. That is gone. They have combined their live preseason package with the NFL Rewind package that allowed you to rewatch regular season games online after their conclusion. The new product is called NFL Game Pass, and it costs $99.99. You can sign up for a free seven day trial.