How to watch Sunday Night Football: Chiefs vs Jets?


NBC is known as the go-to destination for Sunday Night Football, featuring some of the most anticipated NFL matchups each week. This primetime broadcast serves as the grand finale after a day filled with football action from NFL on Fox and NFL on CBS.

Kicking off the 2023 season of Sunday Night Football is a high-stakes showdown that promises to be a must-watch event. To ensure you don’t miss out on any of the excitement, here’s all the information you’ll need. Additionally, we’ve got the full schedule of primetime games lined up for this season. Get ready for a season of thrilling Sunday night matchups!


Sunday Night Football Schedule


Here’s the lineup for Sunday Night Football in 2023. Unless specified otherwise, all games kick off at 8:20 pm ET/5:20 pm PT.

In addition to the regular Sunday night games, NBC will also broadcast two Thursday games this season: the NFL Kickoff in Week 1 and a special Thanksgiving Day primetime game in Week 12. Get ready for an exciting season of prime-time football action!

  • Week 1: Dallas Cowboys 40, New York Giants 0
  • Week 2: Miami Dolphins 24, New England Patriots 17
  • Week 3: Pittsburgh Steelers 23, Las Vegas Raiders 18
  • Week 4: Kansas City Chiefs vs New York Jets
  • Week 5: Dallas Cowboys vs San Francisco 49ers
  • Week 6: New York Giants vs Buffalo Bills
  • Week 7: Miami Dolphins vs Philadelphia Eagles
  • Week 8: Chicago Bears vs Los Angeles Chargers
  • Week 9: Buffalo Bills vs Cincinnati Bengals
  • Week 10: New York Jets vs Las Vegas Raiders
  • Week 11: Minnesota Vikings vs Denver Broncos
  • Week 12: San Francisco 49ers vs Seattle Seahawks (Thursday) & Baltimore Ravens vs Los Angeles Chargers
  • Week 13: Kansas City Chiefs vs Green Bay Packers
  • Week 14: Philadelphia Eagles vs Dallas Cowboys
  • Week 15: Baltimore Ravens vs Jacksonville Jaguars
  • Week 16: Cincinnati Bengals vs Pittsburgh Steelers
  • Week 17: Green Bay Packers vs Minnesota Vikings
  • Week 18: TBD


How to watch Sunday Night Football

Viewers across the United States can easily access NBC through their local NBC stations. For those with traditional cable subscriptions, watching the game is straightforward as NBC is included in basic cable packages. Alternatively, you can stream the games on the NBC Sports app or website by providing your TV provider login.

Live TV streaming services like Fubo TV, Hulu with Live TV, Sling TV, and YouTube TV also offer NBC in their channel lineups. Each of these services provides various packages and features. Sling TV, particularly its Blue package, is recommended for Sunday Night Football fans, priced at $35 per month.

Peacock, NBC’s streaming platform, offers live streaming of Sunday Night Football. To access this, you’ll need a Peacock Premium account, which comes in both ad-supported and ad-free versions.

Sunday Night Football can also be live-streamed on NFL Plus, but exclusively on mobile devices.

In the UK, NFL fans can catch Sunday Night Football and other NBC NFL broadcasts through Sky Sports’ NFL Channel, available with a Sky TV subscription.

For those who find the broadcast times inconvenient, NFL Game Pass is an excellent option. The international version of this subscription service provides live game broadcasts and the flexibility to watch the full broadcast on-demand or a condensed version focusing solely on the plays.

If NFL fans are traveling and want to watch Sunday Night Football on their usual streaming service, using a VPN is a potential solution.

In Week 4 of Sunday Night Football, the New York Jets will face off against the Kansas City Chiefs, potentially with Taylor Swift in attendance. The Chiefs made headlines not only for their performance in Week 3 but also for having pop icon Taylor Swift in attendance, courtesy of an invitation from Travis Kelce. The Chiefs’ offense, led by Kelce, showed its usual high-powered form in the game. A notable surprise has been the strong performance of the Chiefs’ defense, which has allowed only 19 points in the past two weeks.

On the other hand, the Jets are experiencing a bit of a rough patch, akin to a Taylor Swift breakup song, with two losses following Aaron Rodgers’ injury in Week 1. Quarterback Zach Wilson has thrown four interceptions compared to his two touchdowns since stepping in for Rodgers. The Jets’ rushing attack has been struggling, managing only 102 yards in the last two games combined. This puts considerable pressure on the Jets’ defense, which was a top 10 unit last season but is currently performing at a more average level. The question is whether either or both units can step up to keep pace with the Chiefs.