Week Two of the NFL season comes to a close Monday night as Darrelle Revis and the New York Jets face off against Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts in Indiana for the Colts home opener.
With the football season kicking into full gear, and the New York Giants assuming the role of ” local village idiot” in the first two weeks, there is a substantial amount of hype surrounding the New York Jets. The average football fan might not know this, but Geno Smith eating some sweet chin music was actually the best thing to happen to my New York Football Jets in a long, long time. Fitzpatrick is a decent quarterback, and with the defense gang green is rolling out, the Jets might have a shot at making some noise this year.
Coming off a season in which they reached the AFC Championship game, experts and analysts across the nations were picking the Colts to reach the Superbowl this year. However, to the surprise of many, the Colts begin the season facing a couple of questions. What was supposed to be a revamped offense with the addition of wily veterans like Frank Gore and Andre Johnson looked like an old, broken down 1992 Dodge Neon in week one. That, combined with a perpetually questionable defense, and the Colts are not looking like the Super Bowl team that many experts predicated they would be heading into the season.
With all that said, you cannot judge a team after only one week of play. I believe that the Colts will be fired up to be playing in front of their home fans for the first time since January, and although my Jets will make the game competitive, one painfully obvious fact remains: the Colts have Andrew Luck and the Jets do no. Therefore, I’m taking the Colts tonight, 28-24 in a Monday Night Thriller.
How To Watch Jets vs. Colts Live on Television
Below is the list of channel numbers for ESPN:
- Time Warner: Channel 300 (SD & HD) and channel 24 for non-digital customers
- Verizon Fios: Channel 570 (HD) and 70 (SD)
- DirectTV: Channel 206 (SD & HD)
- Dish Network: Channel 140 (SD &HD)
- New Visions: Channel 757 (HD) and 70 (SD)
- Cablevision: Channel 36 (SD & HD)
How To Watch Jets vs. Colts Live Stream on Computer
Tonight’s Jets vs Colts game is being aired on Monday Night Football on ESPN, which is good news if you have a cable subscription. All you need to do is log into ESPN.go.com/watchespn/ and enter your cable provider information. If you don’t have one, you can ask a friend and enter that instead.
How To Watch Jets vs. Colts Live Stream on Phone, Tablet, Mobile Devices
Since ESPN is airing all the Monday Night Football games, you’ll need someone’s cable subscription information handy. You’ll also need to download the WatchESPN app (Google Play Store, iTunes Store, Windows 8). Once you have both of those things, simply enter your cable provider information on the log in screen and you should be good to go.
The WatchESPN app is also available for Kindle Fire Devices, Roku, Chromecast, Xbox One, and Xbox 360 devices.
How To Watch Jets vs. Colts Live Stream Without ESPN Log In
There are a multitude of online illegal streams that will playing the games, although these are really your last resort considering they all stink, have ads pop up everywhere, and often lose connection.
We know this because we recently cut our cable and tried to watch these streams yesterday. So much regret.
You can also go to a bar. That’s where I’ll be.