The 2013 NFL preseason schedule brings plenty of action from Friday to Sunday with live streaming online and televised games. Among the teams in action will be the Dallas Cowboys, Green Bay Packers, New England Patriots, New York Giants and Indianapolis Colts, according to FanSided.com. Fans will be able to watch games in local TV areas, or with live stream online thanks to the NFL's subscription service as teams get prepared for the NFL 2013-14 season ahead.
The NFL Preseason Live stream online service will offer 65 games during the 2013 preseason, according to Sports Ticket Soup. This subscription-based service allows fans to watch one game on the schedule, two side-by-side, or as many as four in a quad view format on their computer or tablet screen. While the service will cost, it still gives fans the ability to see their favorite players and teams in action ahead of the regular season. The price of the service has gone down in the past, after each completed week of preseason games.
Among the upcoming games will be several games starting around 7:30-8 p.m. EST. These include the Patriots at the Eagles, the Bears at the Panthers, the Cardinals at the Packers and the Raiders hosting the Cowboys late on Friday night (10 p.m. EST). On Saturday, the New York Giants will visit the Pittsburgh Steelers at 7:30 p.m. EST, while the Bills and Colts will play on Sunday at 1:30 p.m. EST. Various games, highlights and updated results will be covered on the NFL Network for TV viewers, with radio coverage on Sirius XM satellite radio, or the Audio Pass feature via the NFL website.
While the NFL preseason might not show the full power of any of the pro football teams for the upcoming season, it promises to give some glimpses of what be on the way. Several big name rookies could show off their skills ahead of the regular season and secure starting spots, or if they fail to impress, find themselves on the bench. In addition, coaches will be able to get a better idea of what personnel will work best together for their team in the coming season. So keep an eye out as these upcoming games could still hold a bit of sports entertainment value in addition to getting to cheer for your favorite team!