The New York Jets will play against the Green Bay Packers on Sunday, Sept. 14, at 1:25 p.m. PT. The Jets will visit the Packers at the Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Fans can watch the Week 2 match online through live stream below (free with subscription), and also on CBS Television Network.
Jets have started the 2014 NFL season with a solid defensive performance against the Oakland Raiders, ranking first in the league in rush and pass defense, and rush yards per game. New York had a total of 212 rush yards in Week 1.
The Jets defense were impeccable for stopping the Raiders offensives to a mere 25 rush yards and 133 pass yards.
While QB Geno Smith put down one touchdown in 23 completions out of 28 attempts, the offense incorporating veteran quarterback Michael Vick in the plays didn't work out as smoothly as the team had planned, said coach Rex Ryan, according to ESPNNewYork.com. Perhaps the problem was facing the Raider defense, but a good offensive strategy should prevail even when facing the toughest defense from the opponent.
The Packers lost to the Seattle Seahawks 16-36 in the first 2014 NFL regular season opener. Quarterback Aaron Rodgers made one pass touchdown in 23 pass completions with 189 pass yards, and running back James Starks carried only 37 yards in seven carries. Their offense was no match for the defending Super Bowl Champion Seahawks defense.
If the Packers offense and defenses continue to stay at the Week 1 level, they most likely would not be able to defeat the Jets. According to the offensive and defensive comparison by NFL.com, the Jets defense would completely shut down the Packers, while Jets running game can be expected to take full advantage of Packers' weak rush defense.
The game will begin airing at 1:25 p.m. PT on CBS Television Network. Fans can watch the game online through live stream by clicking here.