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The New York Jets face the San Francisco 49ers in NFL Week 14 at Levi’s Stadium. Here’s all the info you need to watch.

It’s Bryce Petty time in the Big Apple as the 3-9 New York Jets head out to the West Coast to face the 1-11 San Francisco 49ers in NFL Week 14. Fans in New York are finally getting what they want as coach Bowles has handed the steering wheel to Petty for the final quarter of the season. Barring injury, Petty will finish the season as the Jets’ starter as coach Bowles wants to see if he makes progress from week to week. The 49ers are simply looking to get some momentum going for 2017 as they sit with just one win. Colin Kaepernick will make the start against New York despite the four-yard performance last week.

Both of these franchises are in evaluation mode, looking at what they might or might not have for 2017. The biggest question for New York is whether or not they have the quarterback of the future on the roster. Petty gets a four game audition to prove whether or not it’s him. Christian Hackenberg is not going to play unless there is an injury. It’s Petty’s chance now.

It’s more of the same for the 49ers. Chip Kelly has to find out if Kaepernick can run his offense the way he needs him to, or if they have to look elsewhere. Blake Bortles found his way to the bench, and Kelly needs to figure out what’s next. At 1-11 and 3-9 respectively, it’s next year all steam ahead for the 49ers and the Jets.

If you aren’t in the local markets, don’t worry as you can still watch the game. NFL Sunday Ticket is available via DirecTV as a streaming service, and in some areas a satellite dish is not required with NFL Sunday Ticket.TV. Simply log in online or through the app with a paid subscription and you’re good to go.

Details for Sunday’s game are below:

Date: Sunday, December 11
Start time: 4:05 p.m. ET
Location: Santa Clara, CA
Stadium: Levi’s Stadium
TV Info: CBS
Live Stream: NFL Sunday Ticket

Even when it’s two teams at the bottom of the barrel, don’t ignore this one. Believe it or not, close games often occur between two teams that are struggling.

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