Rookie quarterback Zach Wilson looks to rebound from last week's 4-interception game when the Jets take on the undefeated Broncos this Sunday.\nAs the NFL season moves forward into Week 3, the New York Jets (0-2) head to Colorado to face off against the undefeated Denver Broncos (2-0). Can Zach Wilson get his first win as an NFL quarterback, or will Teddy Bridgewater and the Broncos remain undefeated?\nLast Sunday, rookie hopeful Zach Wilson had what Jets' fans hope is his worst game of the season, throwing 4 interceptions and no touchdowns. He and his offense will have their work cut out for them as they have to face Von Miller and Denver's vaunted defense this weekend.\nIn one of the toughest divisions in football (AFC West), the Broncos will look to keep their undefeated season intact. Often touted as a game manager, Teddy Bridgewater tore the Jaguars defense up last week with 328 yards and two touchdowns. Can he do it again this Sunday against the Jets?\nWhat time is Jets vs. Broncos?\n\nDate: Sunday, September 26, 2021\nKickoff: 4:05 p.m. EST\nLocation: Empower Field at Mile High Stadium, Denver, CO\nChannel: CBS\nLocal channel: WRGB\n\nHow to stream Jets vs. Broncos\nTo watch the Jets vs. Broncos this Sunday, tune into your local WRGB CBS channel since CBS has the broadcasting rights for this game. If you have cable and live in the area, you should have WRGB and you're all set. But if you don't have cable, you can use an affordable digital TV antenna to tune in.\u00a0\nSome of the easiest ways to watch the Jets game this weekend other than cable TV or using an antenna include:\n\n\nNFL app on your mobile device\nNew York Jets app from the App Store or Google Play on your mobile device\n\nParamount+ which replaced CBS All Access and includes CBS WRGB ($4.99\/month)\n\nInstead of relying on your mobile device or only CBS-broadcasted games (using Paramount+), you should consider getting a streaming service that offers all the local channels. These channels (NBC, CBS, FOX, etc.) have broadcasting rights during NFL games, so you'll always be able to catch the Jets games with one of these services. Plus you'll be able to watch all kinds of new shows and movies that they offer, so it's a win-win!\nThese are the best streaming services you can choose from that offer NFL games in your local market:\n\n\nHulu + Live TV, 7 days, $54.99\/month first 3 months, then $64.99\/month after\n\nSling Orange or Sling Blue, $10 for the first month, then $35\/month\n\nfuboTV, 7 days, $64.99\/month\n\nYouTube TV, 7 to 14 days, $54.99\/month first 3 months, then $64.99\/month after\n\nIf you don't live in the local area but you still want to catch every Jets game this season, you'll need to get NFL Sunday Ticket. With NFL Sunday Ticket you can watch every game every week, no matter which team you're a fan of. So if you're a Jets fan living somewhere else, have no fear. You won't have to miss a single game this season with NFL Sunday Ticket!\nFor more information on how to catch every Jets game this season, check out the full article on How to Stream Jets games online.