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Patriots vs. Jets live stream: Watch NFL Week 3 game online

Patriots vs. Jets live stream: Watch NFL Week 3 game online

The Antonio Brown era in New England is over, and now the Patriots must move on and resume the defense of their Super Bowl title.

The Patriots released Brown on Friday, almost two weeks after they signed the star wide receiver. Off-the-field issues, including a civil suit filed against Brown in Florida last week, created unneeded drama for the Patriots. 

New England will host the rival New York Jets at Gillette Stadium for their Week 3 matchup Sunday. The Jets are 0-2 and their roster has been ravaged by injuries through the first two weeks of the season. Starting quarterback Sam Darnold won't play as he recovers from mono, and backup Trevor Siemian won't see action again this season after suffering an ankle injury Monday night. Third-string quarterback Luke Falk will make his first career start for the Jets as a result.

The Patriots are 2-0 and have outscored their opponents by a combined score of 76-3. They also have not allowed a touchdown in 12 consecutive quarters dating back to last season's AFC Championship Game.

Oddsmakers are expecting a Patriots blowout Sunday. The spread is 22.5 points in favor of the Patriots. However, the Patriots are 0-4 all-time against the spread when it's 20-plus points.

Here’s how and when to watch Patriots vs. Jets online. Be sure to also watch “Pregame Live” at 11 a.m. ET, “Halftime Live” at 2 p.m. ET and “Postgame Live” at 4 p.m. ET, all on NBC Sports Boston. Michael Holley, Albert Breer, Tom E. Curran, Phil Perry, Ted Johnson, D.J. Bean and former Patriots quarterback Matt Cassel will break down the game from every angle.

When: Sunday, Sept. 22 at 1 p.m. ET
TV Channel: CBS
Live Stream: CBS All-Access

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Patriots Talk Podcast: Could we have predicted Michael Bennett's suspension?

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Patriots Talk Podcast: Could we have predicted Michael Bennett's suspension?

Should the Patriots have seen the Michael Bennett suspension coming? Josh McDaniels on N'Keal Harry, Tom E. Curran and Phil Perry break down WR trade targets and more...

2:18 - Tom E. Curran and Phil Perry discuss the one-game suspension the Patriots placed on Michael Bennett after an apparent "philosophical disagreement" the defensive end had with coaches last week. Did the Patriots know what they were getting into when they signed him?

16:27 - N'Keal Harry returned the practice field after sitting out the first six games of the regular season. Josh McDaniels answers Tom's questions about how much the Patriots are able to rely on the rookie receiver.

27:53 - Tom and Phil cycle through which receivers are out there that the Patriots are likely targeting before the trade deadline.

35:53 - Rob Gronkowski may have finally put an end to the possibility of his return with the comments he made on WEEI. Tom talks about why it's finally time for Patriots fans to let him go.

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Report: Jaguars trade CB Jalen Ramsey to Rams

Report: Jaguars trade CB Jalen Ramsey to Rams

One month after requesting a trade from the Jacksonville Jaguars, Jalen Ramsey got his wish.

The star cornerback was traded to the Los Angeles Rams on Tuesday for two first-round draft picks in 2020 and 2021 and a fourth-rounder in 2021, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.

The news comes on the heels of the Rams trading veteran CB Marcus Peters to the Baltimore Ravens and placing Aqib Talib on injured reserve on Tuesday.

Ramsey's move to the NFC is great news for the Patriots, as New England won't have to worry about the two-time Pro Bowler helping out the Kansas City Chiefs' scuffling defense after they were rumored to be one of his suitors.

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