Can Derek Carr survive without left tackle, Donald Penn, backing him up? Carr has been working with new tackles, but that is one question that the Oakland Raiders will answer during their pre-season opener. The Oakland Raiders are taking on the Arizona Cardinals, and they are slightly more favored to win based on practices thus far.
You can find out whether the Oakland Raiders will beat the Arizona Cardinals on Saturday, August 12, at 10 PM Eastern. If you are a cord cutter, and you want to find a way to watch the Oakland Raiders vs. Arizona Cardinals live stream, you are in luck! We have all of the details on how you can do just that, if you keep reading!
Use NFL Game Pass to Watch the Raiders vs Cardinals Live Stream
An NFL Game Pass subscription will let you watch the Raiders vs Cardinals live stream and other out-of-market preseason games all season long. If the game is in-market you have a couple choices. You can either watch the game on your TV with an antenna or you can watch it on-demand once it has ended. Also included in your subscription are an on-demand library of every game dating back to the 2009 season and all 256 regular season games on-demand. All of this is available for $99 per season.
If you’re out of the country, learn about the available options for NFL Game Pass International!
Your Antenna is a Great Way to Watch the Raiders vs Cardinals Live Stream
You can watch the Raiders vs Cardinals live stream on local channels with your digital antenna. If you don’t have an antenna, visit our antenna guide to learn more. It will be your easiest resource for local channels. You can also add a DVR (our DVR guide), which will pair with your mobile devices so you can record the Raiders vs Cardinals live stream and watch it online whenever you’re ready.
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