Jets at Patriots live stream: How to watch Thursday Night Football online

Oct 21, 2012; Foxboro, Massachusetts, USA; New England Patriots cornerback Devin McCourty (32) returns the ball for a touchdown during the first quarter against the New York Jets at Gillette Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Greg M. Cooper-USA TODAY Sports

It’s another week in the 2013-14 NFL regular season and everything kicks off on Thursday Night Football on the NFL Network with an AFC East match up between the New York Jets and New England Patriots.

The Jets have been a mess all offseason and they appear to be the clear underdogs, so it is going to be interesting to see which of the two teams are able to get past their offseason woes to advance to a 2-0 record.

Both teams were victorious in Week One, but someone’s 0 must go.

Here is the information you will need to make sure you catch Thursday night’s game between New England and New York:

Date: September 12
Start Time: 8:25 p.m. ET
Location: Foxboro, Massachusettes
Stadium: Foxboro Stadium
TV Info: NFL Network
Radio: Sirius XM Radio/Dial Global
Live Stream: WatchESPN, NFL Preseason Live or NFL Game Rewind following the game

It feels great to have football back, so be sure to check out tonight’s game and start off Week Two of the regular season.

Topics: New England Patriots

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  • Noah Dougherty

    I don’t see the game listed on WatchESPN app for tonight…?

  • bill

    None of these allows you to stream this game live. Article FAIL.

  • Liz Vought

    Try this search engine for sport streams.
    Never failed me so far.

  • Vince Lovato

    Dude your article has no value at all. Zero. Some babbling about the game that anyone could do and absolutely inaccurate info. Sorry I found this derelict piece.

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