Seahawks vs. Raiders Live Stream: Watch Online without Cable

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Seahawks vs. Raiders Live Stream: A contender goes up against an up-and-coming offense in the final week of the NFL preseason when Seattle goes up against Oakland. Here's how you can watch this game online:

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Russel Wilson and Derek Carr will take a few snaps in the final week of the NFL preseason as the Seattle Seahawks take on the Oakland Raiders. We’re here to help you watch the Seahawks vs. Raiders live stream online.

The game kicks off at 10 p.m. EST Thursday, Sept. 1.

 

Seahawks vs. Raiders Live Stream on Sling TV

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We’ll cut to the chase on our first option: If you’re a Seahawks fan in Seattle, you won’t be able to watch this game on Sling TV, unless they’re showing the highlights on ESPN. But, thanks in part to an agreement Sling TV inked with local NBC and Fox affiliates this summer, Oakland fans can watch this game on the live Fox feed in their market.

Seattle’s Fox affiliate is also airing the game, which we’ll get to below.

What’s nice about this live feed in Oakland is that it’s actually a live feed with no blackout rules. It’s like you’re watching your live Fox station that’s delivered over the air or through a pay TV service (cable, satellite, etc.).

As mentioned above, Sling also gives you access to ESPN and ESPN 2, so you can see all of the news from around the league. The Dish Network-owned service also added NFL Network to its channel lineup this summer.

Sling TV starts at $20 per month and goes up with extra channels. Check out our review and if you’re interested, sign up for a free trial. You can still land a free Roku 2 if you like the service enough to subscribe.

 

Seahawks vs. Raiders Live Stream On Demand with NFL Game Pass

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New this year is NFL Game Pass, a streaming service by the NFL that’s letting us watch every single preseason game online. It replaces the old Game Rewind service.

For $99 for the season, you get the preseason access, but also on-demand streaming access to all 256 regular season games. As a bonus, the NFL is also giving subscribers on-demand streaming access to every single NFL game dating back to the 2009 season.

Game Pass does have blackout rules, so if you want to watch the Seahawks vs. Raiders live stream in either Seattle or Oakland, you’ll have to wait until the game clock hits zero.

If you’re interested, here’s a 7-day free trial.

Note: Looking for information on the NFL Game Pass International offering? Click here for more details.

 

Watch Seahawks vs. Raiders Live Stream with an Antenna

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An antenna is a cheap and effective way of watching an NFL game online, as long as it’s being broadcast by one of the four major broadcast networks.

Buy an antenna (here are our recommendations), plug it in and tune your television. You should get about a dozen stations, including CBS, ABC, NBC and Fox. Both of these games are being broadcast on the local Fox affiliates.

If you want to watch the broadcast on demand alter, here’s some information on DVR systems to record games and watch later.

The remaining NFL Preseason schedule

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All games of week four of the NFL preseason are being played on Thursday, Sept. 1, due to Labor Day weekend.

Here’s a complete schedule with times.

Make sure to check out our ultimate guide to streaming NFL games.

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