Oakland Raiders vs Arizona Cardinals (live stream details here) of the 2017 NFL Preseason Week 1 kicks off at 10:00 PM EDT at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, with free online coverage on NFL Network and Game Pass.
With anticipations and excitements so ecstatic, the Arizona Cardinals will play host to the Oakland Raiders to the University of Phoenix Stadium in Week 1 of 2017 NFL preseason game. Both organizations snapped streaks in the previous season, but both teams didn’t do so in a affirmative way.
The Oakland Raiders concluded the the 2016 NFL season just a single game away from getting the AFC West title. The Raiders star quarterback Derek Carr injury took that away from potentially making a run in the playoffs. The Raiders suffered a Wild Card Round exit to the more inferior Houston Texans franchise.
The Raiders, their 12-4 winning record in the 2016 season was their first winning campaign since way back in 2002. Now, the Oakland Raiders have rebuild its roster as well as revamped its approach and look to be even more dangerous heading into the 2017 NFL regular season. But before that, the exhibition games paves the way for the Raiders and all 31 other NFL teams. Thereafter, the Raiders star their preseason on Saturday evening against the Arizona Cardinals.
Arizona Cardinals fell to 7-8-1 after winning at least ten contests in each the past three seasons since hiring head coach Bruce Arians. They hope to rebound on track in 2017 NFL season. Saturday’s game between the Cardinals and Raiders will be broadcast in local markets. Fans have options to stream, though, with NFL Network, NFL Game Pass and FuboTV. Both services require a paid subscription to access.
What You Need To Know
Game: Oakland Raiders vs Arizona Cardinals
Date: Saturday, August 12, 2017
Start Time: 9:00 p.m. (CDT), 10:00 p.m. (EDT), 7:00 p.m. (PDT)
Location: University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona
TV Channel: NFL Network (nationwide), Check Local Listings
Online Stream: NFL Game Pass will gives you access to live out-of-market 2017 NFL preseason games. | NFL.com, FuboTV