NFL New York Jets vs Tennessee Titans live streaming Free NFL Playoffs Week 13 Online, Sunday 02 December 2018, NFL online live with HD quality on PC, Laptop, iPhone, Ipad and Android over the Internet. It’s Will be kick of at Nissan Stadium, Nashville, Tennessee, United States, Time 04:05 PM (ET) broadcast on NFL Network, CBS, Fox Sports, NBC, ESPN and and Online.
NFL Week 13 presents an old AFL Eastern Division rivalry matchup between the Tennessee Titans (then known as the Houston Oilers) and the New York Jets. The all-time series record is 23-19-1 in favor of the Titans/Oilers.
There’s an odd quirk in the schedule though since the move from Houston to Nashville. This game will mark the eighth time the Jets make the trek down south. While, on the other hand, the Titans have only come to East Rutherford three times since the move. Gang Green is 4-3 all-time in Nashville.
The Titans are in the playoff hunt for the second straight season, and they are also still in it for the AFC South, albeit barely. The Jets are looking for the nearest exit and can’t wait until Dec. 30 when the season ends. They wouldn’t mind playing spoiler to playoff hopes along the way though.
Tennessee comes into this game off of a tough loss to the Houston Texans on Monday night where Marcus Mariota was fantastic, but the offense as a whole was far from consistent and the defense was a monumental letdown. As for the Jets, they were upended, once again, by the Patriots. Thus, neither team is heading in an ideal direction at this moment.
There is only one thing left to play for as the Jets (3-8) head to Tennessee to face the Titans (5-6), and that is jobs. Jobs, jobs and more jobs. With five weeks to go, it’s every man for himself as auditions are now on full display for players who must prove to the front office that they can be contributors to the 2019 version of the Jets. This is also the likely final stretch drive for head coach Todd Bowles. Does this team have enough in the tank to put a good effort in for the head coach against a mediocre Titans team? Our 24/7 Jets Experts sound off.
Six losses in a row is hard to stomach, but that’s exactly what the Jets will be dealing with after Sunday’s game against the Titans. Sam Darnold is a gametime decision, but it’s unlikely he’ll play and Josh McCown will get the nod. The veteran QB has been unsuccessful in jumpstarting a sputtering offense and expect more of the same from a stingy Titan defense. Defensive coordinator Kacy Rodgers refuses to make lineup changes for a Jets defense that has surrendered tons of passing yards and produced virtually no pressure on opposing quarterbacks. New York’s coaching staff will prove to be a detriment once again as Marcus Mariota’s offense will move the ball with relative ease. Look for the Jets to lose another lopsided contest as the offense will not produce many points, or first downs, with the Titans coasting to an easy victory.
Will Sam Darnold play? Or will Josh McCown play? At this rate it really doesn’t matter, but the Jets would love to see their rookie quarterback back under center, if nothing else, Darnold gives the Jets the best chance to win this game against a mediocre Tennessee Titans team. The question is, at what cost do the Jets want to risk playing Darnold this week? He was limited in practice, and is listed as questionable. Chances are Jets fans will see McCown under center for most of the game with Darnold in uniform on the sideline. I can see Jets fans begging Todd Bowles to get McCown out of the game if he struggles Tennessee’s 10th rank defense. And of course, he won’t do it to the chagrin of everyone else.
I don’t love the Titans offense, even though their offensive coordinator Matt LaFluer is rumored to be a head coaching candidate in the NFL. I don’t know how when the Titans are ranked 30th in the NFL in total offense. Ironically the Jets are better at 29th in the NFL. Marcus Mariota has been hot and cold all season, and the Titans haven’t established a sound running game all year. The Titans inability to score may keep the Jets in the game. So grab a pillow for a snooze fest. Or just have the TV remote ready to flip to Vikings-Patriots on Fox.
All you need to know about this game is the simple fact that the Titans are trying to stay relevant in the playoff race. The Jets are the right tonic to do just that. At 5-6, Mike Vrabel’s team really needs to win out if they want to have any shot at the postseason. They are 3-6 in conference, which hurts them when compared to stronger competition like the Colts and Ravens for the final wild card slot in the AFC. The Jets will get another loss, because that is what they know how to do.
The Titans lead the all time series 24-19-1. Keep in mind from 1960 – 1996 this team was known as the Houston Oilers, before becoming the Tennessee Oilers from 1997-1998, and finally the Titans by 1999. Since the Titans moved to Tennessee, these old AFC rivals have met 10 times with the Jets posting a record of 7-3 against the Titans. The first time the Jets met the Titans in Tennessee, they were still the Tennessee Oilers in 1998, a 24-3 Jets win on November 22, 1998. The Jets have won the last two games in the series, with the most recent meeting coming on December 13, 2015, a game the Jets won 30-8 over Marcus Mariota and the Titans. The last time the Jets won in Tennessee, Geno Smith was under center in a bizarre 16-11 win on December 14, 2014. The last time the Titans beat the Jets was in Week 4 of the 2013 season as Tennessee romped to a 38-13 triumph.