The third week of the 2013 NFL Preseason schedule continues Saturday, August 24 and we will see the Philadelphia Eagles travel to the EverBank Field to take on the Jacksonville Jaguars. The kickoff time is 7:30 PM ET and the game will be televised on ABC and CBS.
The Jaguars will be facing Michael Vick to start, as the Eagles have named him their starting quarterback for the season and Nick Foles as the backup. The Jaguars defensive line will have their work cut out for them chasing Vick around and lining up against the Eagles fast pace offense.
You can watch the Eagles vs. Jaguars live online stream by subscription on the NFL’s official site.
NFL Preseason Live will cost subscribers $14.99 for the duration of the preseason, but allows fans to see any of the 65 preseason games, including dual or quad screen views of multiple games. The NFL Preseason Live subscription service runs until September 15.
On the other hand, there’s some possible free options for watching NFL online. You might be able to see a certain game with the ESPN3/WatchESPN live stream feeds online.
NBC Sports Live Extra and the Sunday Night Football All Access site are two other potential free live stream sites to check out to see if they might be live streaming a big NFL game on the internet.
Here is the NFL preseason week 3 schedule:
Saturday, August 24
•4:30 PM – Buffalo Bills at Washington Redskins (TV: NFL Network)
•7:00 PM – New York Jets at New York Giants
•7:00 PM – Cleveland Browns at Indianapolis Colts
•7:30 PM – Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Miami Dolphins
•7:30 PM – Kansas City Chiefs at Pittsburgh Steelers
•7:30 PM – Philadelphia Eagles at Jacksonville Jaguars
•8:00 PM – St. Louis Rams at Denver Broncos (TV: CBS)
•8:00 PM – Atlanta Falcons at Tennessee Titans
•8:00 PM – Cincinnati Bengals at Dallas Cowboys
•10:00 PM – San Diego Chargers at Arizona Cardinals
Sunday, August 25
•4:00 PM – New Orleans Saints at Houston Texans (TV: FOX)
•8:00 PM – Minnesota Vikings at San Francisco 49ers (TV: NBC)
All the networks broadcasting regular season games; ESPN, CBS, FOX, and NFL Network, all will be showing games this weekend.
Click Here for the 2013 NFL Preseason TV Schedule and ticket price.