Preseason Week 1 New England Patriots vs Jacksonville Jaguars (Live Stream Online): Rookie Deatrich Wise Jr. among five players to watch.
The New England Patriots take the first leaf towards the 2017 NFL regular season tonight, as the defending Super Bowl champions open up this year’s preseason against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
[agg-ad id=”442″ align=”center”][agg-ad id=”834″ align=”center”]We’re still a few weeks away from serious NFL games, but we can begin stimulating our craving tonight as superstar quarterback Tom Brady and New England Patriots open up their 2017 NFL preseason campaign against the entire crew of Jacksonville Jaguars.
The Week 1 preseason game won’t feature a lot of stars, but will be the first peek of new acquisitions like Mike Gillislee and Stephon Gilmore in real game action.
The New England Patriots will host the Jacksonville Jaguars at Gillette Stadium in the two organizations’ preseason opener. And while a slew of starters are not projected to play tonight, the exhibition game will still give some hints about where the professional American football players on the roster currently stands.
[agg-ad id=”438″ align=”left”]Prior to the preseason opener, the Patriots hosted the Jaguars for a couple of days of joint practices, marking the sixth consecutive year that the team organized a joint practice sessions with a preseason nemesis and the first time with the Jaguars.
The Patriots and Jaguars will one again take the gridiron in the preseason. This will be the third time, with the two teams splitting their first two games. The Patriots outshone the Jaguars, 47-12, in their most recent matchup (August 11, 2011), while the latter won their initial preseason contest, 31-0 (September 2, 2004).
Jacksonville Jaguars vs. New England Patriots
Date: Thursday, August 10, 2017
Time: 7:30 p.m. ET.
Venue: Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, Massachusetts
TV: WJXT Channel 4 (Jacksonville) with Brian Sexton, Mark Brunell | WBZ-TV CBS (New England) with Dan Roche provides on play-by-play, Christian Fauria in the broadcast booth, Matt Chatham will provide sideline analysis along with Steve Burton
Online Streaming: NFL Sunday Ticket
Radio Station: 1010XL/92.5FM | 98.5 FM, The Sports Hub