Jets vs Colts live stream: how to watch NFL Thursday Night Football online from anywhere. All eyes are on the amazing Mike White. Mike White has single-handedly made the Jets a must-watch. Little-known before Sunday, the Jets backup led his team to their first W of the season, and became the first QB in NFL history to throw for at least 400 yards and three touchdowns in his first start. You can’t miss this, so read on as we explain how to get a Jets vs Colts live stream and watch NFL Thursday Night Football online no matter where you are in the world.
And that’s not to mention that White also caught a touchdown pass and had a key role in a huge defensive play – and all of this against the Bengals!
It was a jaw-dropping performance, and after the crushing, constant disappointments of the past few seasons, it’s difficult not to get caught up in the romance.
Equally staggering was *that* pick six thrown by Carson Wentz from his own two-yard line. It led to a devastating defeat in overtime for the Colts, who had led the Titans by 14 points.
But despite falling three victories behind Tennessee in the AFC South, Derrick Henry’s injury means all hope is not yet lost. But the Colts need to start making up ground now.
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New York Jets vs Indianapolis Colts live stream
Date: Thursday, November 4
Time: 8.20pm ET / 5.20pm PT / 1.20am BST / 11.20am AEDT
Venue: Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, Indiana
TV channel and live stream: Amazon Prime FREE trial / Fox or NFL Network
Mike White and the New York Jets face off with the Indianapolis Colts on Thursday, Nov. 4. The game will be live streamed on fuboTV and Amazon Prime Video.
Mike White delivered a show-stopping performance last week by going 37 of 45 for 405 yards and three touchdown passes, setting an NFL record for completions in a first start. He also became the first player in league history to to top 300 yards with a completion percentage of at least 75% in a starting debut.
And now it’s not just the Jets who want to see what White will do for an encore.
The key, though, will be getting the Jets’ defense to do its part and slow down Jonathan Taylor, who has 100 yards from scrimmage and a touchdown in five straight games — the two longest active streaks in the NFL.
BE LIKE MIKE: The Jets might have their version of Taylor in rookie running back Michael Carter.
On Sunday against the Bengals, Carter had 172 yards from scrimmage, the third-highest total by a Jets rookie since 1970. He had 15 carries for 77 yards with one score and caught nine passes for 95 yards. Despite using a three-man backfield committee this season, Carter’s versatility has helped emerge as a potential feature back.
“He’s a rookie, but he’s proven he’s built for this, and he’s a vet in a rookie body,” running back Ty Johnson said.
HE’S NO. 2: Indy likes the offseason investment it made in quarterback Carson Wentz.
Sorting out the battle behind Wentz has been a challenge. Second-year quarterback Jacob Eason replaced Wentz and threw an interception in the final minutes of a loss to the Los Angeles Rams, then was dropped to No. 3 on the depth chart behind veteran Brett Hundley.
On Monday, Hundley was released, giving the backup job to rookie Sam Ehlinger, a sixth-round draft pick who recently returned from a knee injury. Hundley later rejoined Indy’s practice squad.
BREAKING THROUGH: Slow starts sabotaged the Jets through the first six weeks. Last week, they finally broke through with a touchdown on their opening drive — their first first-quarter points all season.
“I think the decision to cut it loose early kind of caught them off guard,” White said. “We were able to execute the offense from then on.”
The New York Jets will meet the Indianapolis Colts in Week 9 on Thursday Night Football from Lucas Oil Stadium.
The Jets are coming off a 34-31 win over the Bengals last week and will look to their starting QB Mike White to do it all over again tonight. Meanwhile, the Colts will be looking to bounce back after a tough 34-31 loss to the Titans in overtime. Carson Wentz gave it his all last week but they just couldn’t come up with the win.