Seahawks vs Raiders : The Raiders will finish up the 2018 preseason in Seattle as they take on the Seahawks. While the third game of the preseason is usually the “dress rehearsal” game, the fourth preseason matchup is typically the opposite. You will see mostly backups and players who will not be on the Raiders’ roster in a few days.
Finally, at long last we’ve come to the end of the Oakland Raiders preseason slate.
The Silver and Black will conclude the preseason Thursday night against the Seattle Seahawks, which means the regular season is right around the corner. September 10th the Raiders will host the Los Angeles Rams at the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum for a showdown on Monday Night Football, and it can’t get here soon enough.
Before we can officially move past the preseason, the Raiders will try to leave CenturyLink Field with a win.
Here’s how you can watch or listen to the game:
Just one more game left in the preseason before the Raiders set sail for the regular season. Their final game is in Seattle against the Seahawks who they usually face in the preseason due to their close proximity.
Jon Gruden has said most veterans won’t be appearing in this game, which I assume means veteran starters. I wouldn’t really expect to see many starters at all in this one. This last game is to showcase the skills of some bubble players and those who are not going to make the team, but would like to put something on tape for other prospective teams.
The Seahawks take on the Raiders at 7 p.m. PT this Thursday at CenturyLink Field, where Seattle will face Oakland to close out the 13th consecutive preseason. Here’s where you can watch, listen to and follow the action as it unfolds:
Q13 FOX (channel 13 in Seattle), the official broadcast partner of the Seattle Seahawks, features Curt Menefee (play-by-play) and Brock Huard (analyst) on the call with Aaron Levine and Dave Wyman on the pre and postgame shows.
Radio: 710 ESPN Seattle, KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
For the flagship station, Steve Raible and Jordan Babineaux will call the action with Jen Mueller and John Clayton patrolling the sidelines.
In-market fans can watch the game live online for free right here.
Out-of-market fans, including international fans, can watch the game live online using NFL Game Pass, which is currently offering a free seven-day trial.