Seattle Seahawks vs Oakland Raiders, preseason Week 4 preview.
The Seattle Seahawks host the Oakland Raiders tonight in the final preseason game for both teams. Both teams are getting one final tune up before the regular season starts next week.
Many of the starters for both teams won’t play more than a series. Instead, this is a game for the players locked in roster battles to make their case on why they deserve to make the team.
All NFL teams must cut their rosters down from 75 to 53 on by Saturday. That means that 22 players on each team will be handed their walking papers at some point after the conclusion of the tonight’s game.
For the players on the bubble, their careers could be riding on how well they play tonight.
Here’s the basics that you need to for the game:
WHO: Seahawks vs Raiders
WHAT: Preseason, week 4
WHEN: Thursday, September 3rd, 7:00 pm PT
WHERE: CenturyLink Field, Seattle Washington
TV Information: Fox (LIVE, local broadcast)
Courtesy of 506Sports.com
Not expected to play (for injury, coaching reasons, contract holdout)
- S Kam Chancellor
- S Earl Thomas
- RB Marshawn Lynch
- QB Tarvaris Jackson
- LB Mike Morgan
- CB Jeremy Lane
- WR Paul Richardson
- TE Clive Walford
- DE Justin Tuck
- WR Andre Holmes
NFL Game Pass is, which costs $99, is the only way to legally watch the game online. Do do so, you must not live on one of the areas where the game is being broadcast or it’ll be blacked out.
Gamepasss works well on a desktop or laptop computer. It is still a hot mess on mobile devises. You have to watch through NFL Mobile app, which doesn’t work well. We’re still waiting for the Gamepass app that is supposed to be released before the regular season begins.
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