The NFL Preseason Week 1 schedule moves to Saturday, where two nationally televised games will be played, including the first ESPN “Monday Night Football” game of the year - even though it is Saturday. NFL Network will carry the Seattle Seahawks and Kansas City Chiefs this afternoon, while ESPN will have the Dallas Cowboys and Los Angeles Rams.
Below, you will find everything you need to watch the games, including who is on the schedule and how to stream the games online. Each game will be broadcast within their respective markets, so if you live near one of these teams’ home city, you may get the game on live TV. There is also an NFL Network game scheduled for tonight featuring the New Orleans Saints and the New England Patriots.
NFL GamePass will allow you to stream any of the preseason games. The package for the entire season will include on-demand replays of the regular season games, and it does have an associated cost. However, you can sign up for a free trial right now to be able to see this week’s preseason games.
Seattle Seahawks at Kansas City Chiefs
4:30 pm ET
National Coverage: NFL Network
Seahawks TV coverage: Fox (Seattle, Portland, Spokane, Yakima, Tri-Cities, Bend), ABC (Boise, Twin Falls), CBS (Honolulu), My/23 (Eugene), My/48 (Medford), CW (Anchorage)
Chiefs TV coverage: CBS (Kansas City, St. Louis, Wichita, Kirksville), ABC (St. Joseph, Joplin, Tulsa), Fox (Omaha, Des Moines, Fayetteville), My/27 (Springfield)
Indianapolis Colts at Buffalo Bills
Colts TV coverage: Fox (Indianapolis, Fort Wayne), ABC (South Bend, Terre Haute), CBS (Champaign), CW (Evansville), My/9 (Honolulu), My/58 (Louisville)
Bills TV coverage: ABC (Buffalo, Rochester), CBS (Syracuse, Binghamton)
Dallas Cowboys at Los Angeles Rams
National Coverage: ESPN
San Diego Chargers at Tennessee Titans
Chargers TV coverage: CBS (San Diego, Las Vegas, Bakersfield, Fresno, Yuma), KCAL-9 (Los Angeles)
Titans TV coverage: ABC (Nashville, Knoxville, Evansville), Fox (Jackson, Chatanooga, Huntsville), CBS (Tri-Cities, Bowling Green), CW (Memphis, Honolulu)