clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

Jets vs Patriots: Game Time, TV, Announcers, Livestream, and More

Jim O'Connor-USA TODAY Sports

CBS will be showing a doubleheader this weekend, while FOX will be airing a single game in the early afternoon in parts of the country and in the late afternoon in other parts.

If you live in the New York metropolitan area, you will see:

New York Giants at Cleveland Browns in the early afternoon on FOX

Cincinnati Bengals at Baltimore Ravens in the early afternoon on CBS

New England Patriots vs. New York Jets in the late afternoon on CBS


Greg Gumble and Trent Green will be calling the Jets vs. Patriots game scheduled for a 4:25 p.m. Eastern Standard Time kickoff.

The Jets game will be shown in parts of  Florida, along the entire Northeast, parts of the Middle Atlantic states and parts of the Ohio Valley.  Click here to see what games you will get in your region.

If you are not getting the game in your region, the NFL’s out of market options are limited. You can get the game with a subscription to DirecTV’s Sunday Ticket. If you live in a building that cannot get Sunday Ticket or are a college student, you can sign up for a streaming service DirecTV provides. Otherwise, your streaming options are limited. If you live outside the United States or Mexico, you can stream games live through the international version of NFL GamePass.

The entire nation will see the Kansas City Chiefs at the Denver Broncos Sunday night on NBC and the Green Bay Packers at the Philadelphia Eagles Monday night on ESPN.