Woody Johnson gets involved in TV flap

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- If you're a Cablevision subscriber, you're not going to be able to watch Sunday's game on Fox unless the two sides settle their dispute. New York Jets owner Woody Johnson jumped into the fray Wednesday, hoping to get the game on TV.

“Today, I spoke with Cablevision and News Corporation about the importance of broadcasting our game this Sunday," Johnson said in a statement that was released to the Jets' official web site. "Both companies acknowledged the passion of our fans and their desire to watch the game. If a resolution cannot be reached, I hope that they can set aside their differences to air our game against the Packers.”

Good luck with that. You have to assume Giants ownership tried the same thing two weeks ago, when their game against the Detroit Lions was on Fox.