Patriots vs Jets : The Patriots should be highly-motivated off an embarrassing loss to the Titans going into their bye week. Prior to that 10-point debacle, Tom Brady and company averaged 35.5 points per game over their last six contests.
Patriots vs Jets : The NFL regular season is more than halfway complete, but football fans still have some games to look forward to, including this Sunday’s battle between the New England Patriots and the New York Jets, airing on CBS at 10 a.m. PST/1 p.m. EST.
The Jets have lost four straight and coach Todd Bowles is on the hottest of hot seats. Oh, and they’ll be playing without starting quarterback Sam Darnold for the second straight game.
The Patriots are coming off a bad loss to the Titans, but in firm control of the AFC East. Can the Jets make their lives difficult? Here’s a look at this week’s matchup.
If you’re unable to catch the Eye Network’s broadcast but still want to watch the game for free, you have a couple of options. The NFL app and the Yahoo Sports app are both streaming the game. However, both apps are only available on your smartphones, not via Wi-Fi, so check your data plans.
Of course, if you’re willing to pay, there’s also plenty of TV-compatible options for cord-cutters.
Sports-centric service FuboTV is the most robust, with live-streamed games from CBS, NBC, Fox, NFL Network and NFL RedZone.
The NFL Network is also available on Sling TV, DirecTV Now, YouTube TV, Hulu with Live TV, and PlayStation Vue, all of which provide free trials for people who haven’t previously signed up.
Of course, there’s also CBS’s streaming app, CBS All Access, which along with the game and the network’s other content also offers an array of All Access exclusive programming. And like other streaming apps, All Access also offers free trials for people who haven’t signed up.