So it’s a Sunday afternoon, and your wife is adamant about dragging you to some yard sale, social tea or go leaf-peeping upstate. There’s no chance of watching the Jets or Giants on the TV, but don’t give up hope. Both NFL teams have extensive radio networks throughout the state and parts of New England and Pennsylvania.
The Jets are going to air on flagship WEPN (1050-AM) in New York, plus the following stations:
WTMM (104.5-FM) in Albany; WTLA (1200-AM) in Syracuse; WPOP (1410-AM) in Hartford; WPIE (1160-AM) in Ithaca; WTLB (1310-AM) in Utica; WSGO (1440-AM) in Oswego; WNJE (1040-AM) in Somerset, N.J.; WLIR (107.1-FM) in Hampton Bays; WRCN (103.9-FM) in Riverhead; WADB (1310-AM) in Asbury Park, N.J.; WCHR (103.9-FM) in Manahawkin, N.J.; WXHC (101.5-FM) in Cortland; and, WMTR (1250-AM) in Morristown, N.J.
The Jets will also have all of their games broadcast in Spanish on WADO (1280-AM), with the Sept. 18 game on WQBU (92.7-FM).
The Giants will be heard on flagship station WFAN (660-AM) in New York, plus the following stations:
WTIC (1080-AM) in Hartford; WPYX (106.5-FM) in Albany; WAAL (99.1-FM) in Binghamton; WIRY (1340-AM) in Plattsburgh; WAUB (1590-AM) in Auburn; WGVA (1240-AM) in Geneva; WFLR (1570-AM) in Dundee; WCGR (1550-AM) in Canandaigua; WTLB (1310-AM) in Utica; WRNY (1350-AM) in Romel WIXT (1230-AM) in Little Falls; WENY (1230-AM) in Elmira; WENI (1450-AM) and WGMM (98.7-FM) in Corning; WTLA (1200-AM) in North Syracuse; WSGO (1440-AM) in Oswego; W249BC (97.7-FM) in Mattydale; W261AC (100.1-FM) in Oswego, and WEEX (1230-AM) and WTKZ (1320-AM) in Easton, Pa.
By the way, the Giants’ preseason telecasts will be seen on WNBC-4 in New York, WNYT-13 in Albany, WTIC in Hartford, WSTM in Syracuse, WICZ in Binghamton and WWTI in Watertown.