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Patriots Vs. Jets: How To Watch, Stream, Listen, And More: A Complete Guide

As usual, there are plenty of different ways to watch the game for all types of viewers. Here’s an updated, compiled list of how you can get in on the action for Monday’s game between the New England Patriots and the New York Jets.

In recent history, whenever the Patriots take on the Jets, it’s usually expected that the Pats will likely be in store for an easy game, resulting in a boost within their shared division of the AFC East. This Sunday, the Jets will undoubtedly be seeking to reverse the narrative and seemingly have a decent chance of doing so, coming into this game with their best record in years at 5-2.

The Patriots currently hold a record of 3-4 and are amidst full-blown QB controversy developing between Incumbent Mac Jones and their fiery 4th-round draft from this year, Bailey Zappe. This week, Mac Jones is slated as the starter for the second week in a row after coming back from an ankle injury last week and only playing a couple of series before he was pulled from the game and replaced with Bailey Zappe.

Zappe came into the game and started moving the offense admirably, in a way that Mac Jones didn’t appear to be able to that game. However, after a hot start where Zappe quickly gained the lead for the Pats, the Patriots would end up putting up a fat goose egg during the second half of the game. Resultantly, the Patriots were defeated in a convincing manner by the up-and-coming Chicago Bears, and fan morale this week has proceeded to plummet as detractors everywhere crawled out of the woodwork to hassle aspiring sportswriters all throughout New England.

Have You Seen The Wire?

No, I’m not talking about HBO’s 2002 hit series The Wire. Although my father insists that it’s an incredible show and recommends it to me about twice a year. (I plan on it someday, everybody, I promise).

As many of you have probably heard or seen during this week’s NFL media coverage (though I haven’t seen it covered officially on any NFL-affiliated networks), Mac Jones may have been unfairly subjected to a low-hanging aerial camera wire during the play in which he appeared to underthrow his man and was consequently intercepted (and subsequently pulled from the game).

FWIW: I thought Mac was trying to throw the ball away that ended up being intercepted on Monday night. Looks like the ESPN SkyCam changed its trajectory, and could have changed the trajectory of the #Patriots entire season… — Mike Kadlick (@mikekadlick) October 26, 2022

There’s been some debate over whether or not the ball made enough contact with the wire in question to effect its trajectory. But it’s clear to me that it did, and what originally looked like a poor pass and a bad decision from Mac Jones was actually conspiracy at the highest level, in an attempt to keep the Bill Belichick-led Patriots from operating at full capacity.

This week, Mac Jones will look to put up the Patriot’s 13th win in a row against the Jets while simultaneously ending the Jet’s current four-game win streak. He’ll also look to shut up millions of ignorant football fans everywhere and prove to his coach as well as the league that he’s the right man for the job. After all, this is a man who was ranked 12th overall at the QB position last year during his rookie season… Need I remind everyone what it was like before Mac came along…?

Patriots fall to 2-5 after a costly fumble from Cam — 𝐓𝐡𝐞 𝐒𝐩𝐨𝐫𝐭𝐢𝐧𝐠 𝐍𝐞𝐰𝐬 (@sportingnews) November 1, 2020

It was fun while it lasted, and I think Cam was probably a perfect mentor for Mac at the time; I’m definitely getting a Newton jersey at some point, but I presume we’re in agreement when I say that, that was a pretty rough season of Patriots football.

Give Mac your support and energy; he needs it, and he’ll use it well. We can’t be divided as a fanbase and expect to find success. If anything, be happy we found the league’s new second-best backup QB in Bailey Zappe (#1: Gardner Minshew). We can have our cake and eat it too.

Now, onto all the ways you can get into the action for this Sunday’s game between the New England Patriots and the New York Jets:


Date: October 30th, 2022

Time: 1:00 PM ET


This week’s game will be broadcast on ESPN nationally with commentary by Ian Eagle (play-by-play), Charles Davis (color commentary), and Evan Washburn (sideline).

It can be seen locally on WBZ-TV Channel 4.

Here’s a handy map displaying which areas the game will broadcast in:

The Patriots game will be broadcast to the areas represented in blue. (Shoutout 506 Sports). — Pat Keefe (@PatKeefe12) October 29, 2022

Everyone in the country would rather watch the Steelers get demolished by the Eagles, apparently.

Streaming Options

You can stream the game on FuboTV (Free trial available).

You can stream the game on NFL+ (Free trial available).

You can stream the game on Paramount+ (Free trial available).

Out-of-Market Fans can watch the game via NFL Sunday Ticket.

International Viewers can access a stream of the game via NFL Game Pass.

Additionally, the Game will be broadcast on “as Patriots Editor-in-Chief Fred Kirsch offers his live commentary on all the action. Plus, get live stats, score updates, highlights, and more.” – This is a newer option and is likely available for local viewers only.


ESPN – 98.7 FM

Per usual, the game will be broadcast over AM/FM radio through 98.5 The Sports Hub. A list of all 33 local New England radio stations broadcasting the game can be found here.

SiriusXM App: 821 (NE), 824 (NYJ) | SiriusXM: 388 (NE), 230 (NYJ)

What To Expect

Victory. Glory. Playoffs.

If you’re a real fan, you’ll always stand behind our team, no matter how dismal things may appear to be.

Eventually, the boys will figure it out and make a push toward another championship. It might be this year; it might be 25 years down the road. Either way, real fans will be behind the team the whole way, offering encouragement and support through every game of every season, no matter what.

I mean it sincerely when I say that all of you detractors can go eat a pinecone.

Go Pats!

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