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

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - SEPTEMBER 24: Austin Seferian-Jenkins (Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images)
EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - SEPTEMBER 24: Austin Seferian-Jenkins (Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images) /

Here is all the necessary information to find the New York Jets game against the Miami Dolphins from wherever you are.

It’s sunny Florida for game seven of the 2017 season as the New York Jets take on the Miami Dolphins. The Jets enter this one at 3-3 coming off of a hard-fought loss to the Patriots last week, 24-17. The Dolphins are 3-2 after a come from behind win over the Atlanta Falcons last week, 20-17. Last time these two teams met, the Jets controlled the game and won by the score of 20-6 and are looking to sweep the season series.

The Jets will be looking to continue the relationship that is budding between Josh McCown and Austin Seferian-Jenkins. Even with the “fumble”, Seferian-Jenkins posted a career-high eight catches for 46 yards and a touchdown. As we mentioned last night, Bilal Powell is back and the Jets will have a three-headed monster at running back. Maybe they can finally get it going.

Jay Ajayi will be the key for the Dolphins. The Jets will be looking to make Jay Cutler beat them, the Dolphins want Jay Ajayi to beat them. When he runs well, Miami wins. When he doesn’t, they lose. He has rushed for less than 50 yards in the two losses and for at least 70 in the three wins. He rushed for 16 yards in the first game against New York. Todd Bowles would like nothing better than for him to repeat that performance.

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Not in Florida for the game? Not to worry, because we have all the information that you need right here.
Let’s get to it, like we do every week.


This week, the game will be on FOX in the local markets, rather than the normal CBS for AFC games. Dan Hellie and Chris Spielman have the call.


As always, you can hear the game on ESPN, 98.7 FM. Bob Wischusen and Marty Lyons have the call as they do each and every week. Check your local listings for the channel in your area.

Satellite subscribers can hear the Jets broadcast on Sirius channel 133. The Dolphins version can be heard on Sirius channel 93 or XM channel 225.

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Isn’t it great? We can even watch the game not being near a television or a radio. Locally, Verizon customers can watch the game on the phone courtesy of NFL Mobile. Check it out by clicking here.

Another way to check it out is via the NFL Sunday Ticket through DirecTV. It’s not just for satellite dishes anymore, you can stream it online. For some, you don’t even have to have the satellite dish! Check it out, and wherever you are, enjoy the game.