Most weeks during the NFL season, one of CBS or FOX will have a doubleheader and show games in both the early afternoon and late afternoon timeslot. The other will have what is known as regional coverage, which means one game is broadcast in either the early afternoon or late afternoon timeslot but not both. Week 1 is an exception as both networks will have a season opening doubleheader.
If you live in the New York area, you will see:
Ravens at Jets early on CBS
Eagles at Lions early on FOX
Chiefs at Cardinals late on CBS
Giants at Titans late on FOX
The game between the Jets and the Ravens is scheduled to kick off at 1:00 pm Eastern Time. Andrew Catalon and James Lofton will call the game for CBS. DraftKings Sportsbook has the Jets at +6 point-underdogs.
The game will not have a particularly wide broadcast footprint outside New York. CBS affiliates in Albany, Baltimore, Harrisburg, and Washington DC will broadcast the game. Outside those areas you will need to rely on NFL Sunday Ticket, provided by DirecTV. DirecTV does offer a streaming package, but it is limited to students and people who live in apartments where a satellite dish cannot be installed.