HOW TO WATCH PRESEASON EAGLES-PATS AND JETS, WHERE TO BET!

Excitement is building ahead of the 2021 NFL season with preseason preparations slowly beginning to ramp up.

Following the 2021 NFL Draft, all eyes will be on the rookies this summer as five new quarterbacks look set to make their debuts.

The unconventional nature of the 2020 season meant that fans weren’t able to enjoy the lead-up to the campaign, however, traditional preseason football is back and supporters can now enjoy the chance to watch their team’s young players get opportunities to impress.

It is always an exciting time for football fans and there will be ample opportunities to catch the preseason action on TV or via a streaming site. Fans can also enjoy wagering on the preseason action with the majority of matches priced up by the most popular NFL betting sites including Sports Interaction and Betway. Some franchises have teamed up with popular gaming sites ahead of the new season including the Jacksonville Jaguars who have partnered with ThriveFantasy. They will provide team-focused props throughout the course of the season and this is likely to be extremely popular with fans who enjoy wagering on their local team.

Preseason has been shortened to three weeks in order to accommodate a 17th regular-season game, however, there are still 49 matches set to take place throughout this period. Despite only five of these matches being staged in a prime-time slot, there are still plenty of chances to catch the majority of these NFL exhibition match-ups.

With fans being allowed to return to the stadium for preseason, we can expect some terrific atmospheres throughout this period. On Saturday 14th August, fans will be permitted to watch the Los Angeles Chargers take on the Rams at the SoFi Stadium whilst the Allegiant Stadium will also host preseason football on the same night.

Preseason Schedule – Dates and Times

Thursday 19th August

New England at EAGLES (7:30pm ET/NBC10,6ABC)

Friday 20th August

Kansas City at Arizona (8pm ET) *LIVE ON ESPN*

Cincinnati at Washington (8pm ET)

Saturday 21st August

Buffalo at Chicago (1pm ET)

New York Jets at Green Bay (4:25pm ET)

Baltimore at Carolina (7pm ET)

Atlanta at Miami (7pm ET)

Detroit at Pittsburgh (7:30pm ET)

Tennessee at Tampa Bay (7:30pm ET)

Houston at Dallas (8pm ET)

Indianapolis at Minnesota (8pm ET)

Las Vegas at Los Angeles Rams (10pm ET)

Denver at Seattle (10pm ET)

Sunday 22nd August

New York Giants at Cleveland (1pm ET)

San Francisco at Los Angeles Chargers (7:30pm ET)

Monday 23rd August

Jacksonville at New Orleans (8pm ET) *LIVE ON ESPN*

With the 2021 season on the horizon, week 3 of preseason will offer crucial game time to a number of rookies

Friday 27th August

Indianapolis at Detroit (7pm ET)

Pittsburgh at Carolina (7:30pm ET)

EAGLES at New York Jets (7:30pm ET/NBC10,6ABC)

Minnesota at Kansas City (8pm ET)

Saturday 28th August

Green Bay at Buffalo (1pm ET)

Baltimore at Washington (6pm ET)

Chicago at Tennessee (7pm ET)

Tampa Bay at Houston (8pm ET)

Arizona at New Orleans (8pm ET)

Los Angeles Rams at Denver (9:05pm ET)

Los Angeles Chargers at Seattle (10pm ET)

Sunday 29th August

Jacksonville at Dallas (1pm ET)

Miami at Cincinnati (4pm ET) *LIVE ON CBS*

Las Vegas at San Francisco (4pm ET)

New England at New York Giants (6pm ET)

Cleveland at Atlanta (8pm ET) *LIVE on NBC*

How to Watch NFL Preseason

As listed above, there are four live preseason games being broadcast across the traditional mediums with ESPN showing Kansas City at Arizona on August 20th and Jacksonville at New Orleans three days later. CBS will broadcast Miami’s trip to Cincinnati, whereas NBC viewers will get the chance to enjoy the final preseason match-up of Cleveland at Atlanta.

The NFL Game Pass can be purchased for $99.99 and will provide fans with access to every single preseason game. Supporters can also catch up on any matches that they may have missed with replays of every single contest. National and local audio of each game will also be available whereas on-demand NFL Network shows such as ‘Total Access’ will also be made available.

The NFL network will be broadcasting 23 games throughout the pre-season period and these can be enjoyed on fuboTV (which includes a free trial) alongside the four live televised matches. There are a number of other streaming services which will give sports fans access to preseason matches including Hulu and Sling TV.

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