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'Monday Night Football' live stream: How to watch Jets vs. Cardinals online

The Jets will try to earn the win in Arizona, but the task will be all the more difficult with Eric Decker out for the season.

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The Jets may have lost wide receiver Eric Decker for the season, but their offense will look to pull out a win versus the underperforming Cardinals. Quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick will do his best to continue to find top wideout Brandon Marshall, who already has two 100 receiving yard games this season.

The Cardinals are coming off an extended break after they beat the San Francisco 49ers 33-21 last Thursday. Quarterback Carson Palmer sat out the matchup with a concussion, but he has since been cleared and will be back Monday against the Jets. Palmer has been erratic at times this season, including in Week 4’s loss to the Bills, when he threw four interceptions. Running back David Johnson is coming off a week where he won the NFL Offensive Player of the Week award, thanks to a 157-yard, two-touchdown rushing performance.

Larry Fitzgerald will likely also play a key role in the Cardinals’ offense yet again Monday night, despite a tough secondary matchup against the Jets’ Darrelle Revis. Fitzgerald’s five receiving touchdowns are tied for the NFL league lead.

The Jets will have to hope that Ryan Fitzpatrick avoids throwing interceptions. Fitzpatrick has been the worst QB in the league when it comes to throwing picks, as his 10 interceptions are the most of any quarterback.

On the defensive end, the Jets will also have to hope that their passing defense steps up against the Cardinals’ potent passing attack. The Jets have allowed an average of 303 yards per game, the second-worst mark in the league. Revis, however, may be able to step up to the occasion. He has four picks and two fumble recoveries in his last four Monday Night Football appearances.

How to Watch Jets vs. Cardinals on Monday

Time: 8:30 p.m. ET

Place: University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, Arizona


Announcers: Sean McDonough, Jon Gruden, Lisa Salters

Online: WatchESPN

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