New York Jets vs. Miami Dolphins: Where to watch, listen and more

MIAMI GARDENS, FL - DECEMBER 29: Bilal Powell (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)
MIAMI GARDENS, FL - DECEMBER 29: Bilal Powell (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images) /

All the information needed to follow the New York Jets battle with division rival Miami Dolphins.

Time for the New York Jets to open their home schedule for 2017. Jay Cutler, Jay Ajayi and the rest of Adam Gase’s Miami Dolphins head up from sunny Florida to take on Bilal Powell and company. The Dolphins are coming off of a 19-17 victory over the Los Angeles Chargers, and the Jets are coming off of a 45-20 drubbing at the hands of the Oakland Raiders.

This game marks the 104th time these two teams have met over the years. New York leads the overall series with a record of 53-49-1. The Dolphins, however, have won the last two meetings. The Jets last won in November of 2015. That day, Ryan Fitzpatrick threw for 351 yards and three touchdowns on the way to a 38-20 victory.

For the Jets to take this one, they are going to have to involve Powell. Get him the ball in the screen game and let him make some plays in space. It will slow down the pass rush and give the offense some time to actually get something done. On the other side, the defense is going to have to step up. Jay Ajayi picked up where he left off last season with 122 yards against the Chargers. The Jets are currently last in the league against the run so they are going to have to get to a higher level. That especially goes for the defensive line, which has been bad.

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For everyone not heading out to MetLife Stadium, and that is a lot of people considering the amount of seats still available on the secondary market, here is where to check out the game at home:


CBS will be televising the game in the local market. Calling the game will be Tom McCarthy, Steve Tasker and Steve Beuerlein.


As always, the game will be on ESPN radio, 98.7 FM. Bob Wischusen has the play by play and Marty Lyons will have the color commentary.

For satellite radio subscribers, listen to the Jets broadcast on Sirius channel 138. If you are interested in hearing the Dolphins version, check it out on Sirius channel 112.

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If you are not near a television, you can stream the game on your computer and/or mobile devices. You can subscribe to the NFL Sunday Ticket and see the entire league! Depending upon where you live, you can subscribe without a satellite dish.

Verizon customers, download NFL Mobile and you can watch the local games and not even use data.