The Las Vegas Raiders take on the San Francisco 49ers inside Levi Stadium Sunday, and here is how you can catch all the action online.
Here we go again, as the Las Vegas Raiders will hit the field in 2021 preseason game No. 3, this time against a third NFC West team in the San Francisco 49ers. The Silver and Black have gotten out to a 2-0 start to the preseason, beating the Seattle Seahawks at home, and then the Los Angeles Rams on the road, but this one will have a different feel than those two.
While Seattle and Los Angeles mostly played their reserves in the matchups against Las Vegas, that will not be the case for the 49ers. In fact, we can expect Jimmy Garoppolo to start, and then give way to Trey Lance, as both players are trying to lock down the starting quarterback job for the 2021 season.
The Raiders will counter with Nathan Peterman, who has taken nearly every snap for the team this preseason, as they continue to sit Derek Carr and rest Marcus Mariota. The offense has seen some great play from their running backs, especially the undrafted rookies, and in this one, both Trey Ragas and B.J. Emmons will look to try and lock down a roster spot, possibly replacing Jalen Richard.
How to watch the Raiders vs. 49ers online
For those who cannot get in front of a television, or want to watch the game from another device, the best way to stream the game is through FuboTV. The company is giving away free seven-day trials for new users, and it is quick and easy to get set up.
Details for Sunday’s Las Vegas Raiders game can be found below:
Date: Sunday, Aug. 29, 2021
Start time: 1:00 p.m. PT
Location: San Francisco, California
Stadium: Levi Stadium
Live Stream: FuboTV
As always, you can go online and bet the game through WynnBet, as the Raiders are a big underdog in this one, coming in getting five points. That is likely because the 49ers are home, and are playing more starters than the Raiders, and are predicted to be a playoff contender in the NFC this season.
Also, keep your eyes on the wide receivers, especially D.J. Turner and Dillon Stoner, as this is a position group that will have some tough cuts this coming week. Both young wideouts have been staking their claim at a roster spot, and they could end up beating out veterans in Willie Snead and John Brown.