New York Giants at New England Patriots preseason game: Live stream, date, time, odds, how to watch. The first full week of the NFL preseason gets underway on Thursday as the New England Patriots host the New York Giants.
📺👉Patriots vs Giants Live Stream
📺👉Patriots vs Giants Live Stream
Coach Bill Belichick begins his 23rd season at the helm in New England with a team that finished 10-7 last year but was eliminated in the first round of the AFC playoffs.
Mac Jones enters his second season as the Patriots starting quarterback with an improved supporting cast that includes former Dolphins wideout DeVante Parker. Jones, however, is not expected to start, ESPN reported, with most of the other starters also slated to sit.
On the Giants side, former Buffalo Bills offensive coordinator Brian Daboll takes over in his first NFL head coaching job. With the roster nearly 50% turned over from last season's 4-13 squad, Daboll will look to put his stamp on the team immediately.
“I anticipate all of our guys playing,” he told reporters earlier this week. That will include fourth-year quarterback Daniel Jones, who many experts believe is entering a make-or-break season in New York.
What time does Giants at Patriots start?
Kickoff at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts, is scheduled for 7 p.m. ET on Thursday.
What TV channel is Giants at Patriots on?
The game will be aired nationally on NFL Network (outside local markets) .
The game will be aired locally in New England on WBZ-TV in Boston and the Patriots Preseason Television Network. In the New York area, the game will be broadcast on WNBC-TV and the Giants Television Network.
The New York Giants and New England Patriots meet up in Week 1 of the 2022 NFL preseason at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, MA. Kickoff is set for 7:00 p.m. ET and the game will air on NE WBZ-TV in New England and NBC4 in New York. Given that this is the preseason, we’ll see plenty of unknown and lesser-known faces on the rosters. To keep track of who you’re watching, check out the Giants roster and the Patriots roster.
This is a make-or-break year for Giants quarterback Daniel Jones, who is heading into his fourth year as a pro. If he plays, his progression will be something to watch during this matchup as he gets ready for the regular season. For the Patriots, they did not officially name an offensive coordinator, but that appears to be Matt Patricia’s new role, so that is a storyline to track during the preseason.
The New England Patriots will host the New York Giants at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts on Aug. 11 at 7 pm ET.
The New York Giants and New England Patriots are set to kick off another season embroiled in one one of the strangest rivalries in the NFL. Bill Belichick earned his first two Super Bowl rings coaching Lawrence Taylor, and his love for the Giants has remained as constant as his hatred of the Jets.
And then there’s the other element of this Northeastern feud: the fact that Eli Manning bested Tom Brady in two Super Bowls. How the Giants toppled the Patriots dynasty on two different occasions remains one of the world’s greatest mysteries — and a continued source of pride in New York.
But the expected levity for tonight’s game has been overshadowed by bittersweet news, as James “Sweet Feet” White officially announced his retirement from the NFL.
Patriots media has already clamored over perceived offensive clunkiness in camp and the lack of an official offensive coordinator, and the unexpected retirement of White really throws a wrench into things. The eight-year veteran and three-time Super Bowl champion was an integral pass-catching back that often provided a safety valve for Tom Brady. As Mac Jones develops his skills as a young passer, White would have been a welcome asset in 2022.
Instead, the Patriots will have to charge on with their full-scale rebuild. The Giants are in a rebuilding period of their own, at least in a managerial sense. Brian Daboll — a former Belichick disciple, by the way — has mustered up a new energy in New York after years of coaching mismanagement. Funnily enough, the Giants will have to see former head coach Joe Judge tonight back with the Patriots as he helps in coordinating the offense.fdghsrhser