Raiders vs. Packers Live Stream: Watch Online without Cable

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Raiders vs. Packers Live Stream: Oakland takes on Green Bay in the second week of the NFL Preseason. Aaron Rodgers and David Carr are expected to play a few snaps before the backups go in. Here's how you can watch this game online:

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David Carr and the Oakland Raiders travel to Wisconsin for an NFL preseason matchup against Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers. If you’re looking for an option to watch the Raiders vs. Packers live stream, you’re in luck.

Here are the best ways to watch the Raiders vs. Packers Live Stream, which kicks off at 8 p.m. EST Thursday, Aug. 18.

Raiders vs. Packers Live Stream on Sling TV

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If you’re looking for an easy way to enjoy the Raiders vs. Packers live stream, look no further than Sling TV.

Sling added great new features in the past few months that really cater to sports fans.

First, Fox and NBC affiliates in major markets are streaming live, including NFL games. For this game, KTVU, Oakland’s Fox affiliate is broadcasting the game, meaning it’ll be available on Sling. Green Bay isn’t considered a major market by Sling, but there are also no over-the-air broadcasters airing the game.

NFL Network was added this past month to Sling TV. The league’s network is making a play to broadcast more preseason games this year, in addition to its news and analysis.

And since the beginning, ESPN and ESPN 2 have been offered by Sling. Because Monday Night Football is on ESPN, you’re guaranteed to have a reliable live stream available every Monday during the regular season.

Sling TV starts at $20 per month and goes up with more add-ons. Read our Sling TV review. If you’re intrigued, signup for a free trial today. There’s still a free Roku 2 up for grabs.

Raiders vs. Packers Live Stream, On Demand with NFL Game Pass

NFL Game Pass

Say hello to NFL Game Pass, a guaranteed way to watch the Raiders vs. Packers live stream online.

For $99 for the season (there is a 7-day free trial), Game Pass gives you access to live stream all preseason games. All 256 regular season games will be on demand, in addition to all regular season and playoff games dating back to the 2009 season.

Now, if you’re a Packers fan in Green Bay, you can’t watch the game live, because the game is being shown in market. That being said, once the game is completed, you can watch it on demand with no problem at all.

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

Watch Raiders vs. Packers Live Stream with an Antenna

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In this case, an antenna will work great for those in San Francisco and Oakland. No broadcast networks have the rights to air this preseason game in Green Bay.

Antennas can easily pick up the major broadcast networks in a market. Plug the antenna into your TV, go to the menu and tune the antenna and you should have access to dozens of free, over-the-air channels.

Make sure to check out our guide to the best antennas on the market. Also research some DVR systems to record games and watch later.

The remaining NFL Preseason schedule

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Thursday, August 25

8 p.m. ET – Atlanta Falcons at Miami Dolphins (NBC)

Friday, August 26

8 p.m. ET – Cleveland Browns at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (CBS)

Saturday, August 27

8 p.m. Tennessee Titans at Oakland Raiders (CBS)

Sunday, August 28

1 p.m. San Diego Chargers at Minnesota Vikings (FOX)

4 p.m. Arizona Cardinals at Houston Texans (FOX)

8 p.m. Cincinnati Bengals at Jacksonville Jaguars (NBC)

More scheduling information can be found here.

And make sure to check out our ultimate guide to streaming NFL games.

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