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NFL Preseason 2013 Week 4 Live Stream, TV Schedule, Game Times

( [email protected] ) Aug 29, 2013 11:56 AM EDT
It’s the final week of the preseason, many teams won't risk playing starters much as the regular season is right around the corner.


It’s the final week of the preseason, many teams won't risk playing starters much as the regular season is right around the corner. All 16 preseason games will be held on Thursday, August 29, and only two of them will be televised nationally on NFL network.

Week 4 of the preseason is the most critical for players and coaching staffs, as teams must cut down from 75 to 53 players by Saturday, Aug. 31. Obviously, there will be some significant battles playing out on all 32 rosters.

All of the games today can be seen online on NFL’s live stream.. There are blackout restrictions, so those that live in a team’s market will likely find that game on a local affiliate.

Here is the NFL preseason week 4 schedule:

Thursday, August 29 (All Time EST)

•7:00 PM – Detroit Lions (2-1) at Buffalo Bills (2-1)

•7:00 PM – Indianapolis Colts (2-1) at Cincinnati Bengals (2-1)

•7:00 PM – Philadelphia Eagles (2-1) at New York Jets (2-1)

•7:30 PM – New York Giants (1-2) at New England Patriots (2-1)

TV: NFL Network

•7:30 PM – Jacksonville Jaguars (0-3) at Atlanta Falcons (0-3)

•7:30 PM – New Orleans Saints (3-0) at Miami Dolphins (1-3)

•7:30 PM – Washington Redskins (3-0) at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1-2)

•7:30 PM – Pittsburgh Steelers (0-3) at Carolina Panthers (2-1)

•8:00 PM – Cleveland Browns (2-1) at Chicago Bears (2-1)

•8:00 PM – Houston Texans (2-1) at Dallas Cowboys (2-2)

•8:00 PM – Green Bay Packers (1-2) at Kansas City Chiefs (1-2)

•8:00 PM – Baltimore Ravens (2-1) at St. Louis Rams (0-3)

•8:00 PM – Tennessee Titans (1-2) at Minnesota Vikings (0-3)

•9:00 PM – Arizona Cardinals (2-1) at Denver Broncos (2-1)

•10:00 PM – San Francisco 49ers (2-1) at San Diego Chargers (1-2)

TV: NFL Network

•10:00 PM – Oakland Raiders (1-2) at Seattle Seahawks (3-0)

All the networks broadcasting regular season games; ESPN, CBS, FOX, and NFL Network, all will be showing games this weekend. The regular season will begin on Sept. 5.

Click Here for the 2013 NFL Preseason TV Schedule and ticket price.