NFL Games Today TV Schedule: Week 2 preseason games

As we look forward to Week 2 of the NFL preseason, are there any games today, and what does the TV schedule look like this upcoming week? Let’s take a peek at what the second week of the 2021 NFL preseason has in store for us.

Are there any NFL games today?

Unfortunately, there are no NFL games today, and there will not be until Thursday, August 19. However, at that point, we will have five straight days of NFL Week 2 preseason football, including 10 nationally televised games on the schedule.

The action kicks off with a single game on Thursday, followed by two more on Friday, 10 on Saturday, two on Sunday, and a solitary game on Monday.

Week 2 NFL preseason TV schedule

Here’s a look through the NFL Week 2 preseason TV schedule.

All times Eastern. Check with your streaming service to confirm the availability of specific channels.

Patriots at Eagles

Time: 7:30 PM, August 19
TV channel: NFL Network
Live streams:

Hulu Live TV
FuboTV
YouTube TV
Sling TV
NFL Game Pass

Bengals at Washington

Time: 8 PM, August 20
TV channel: NFL Network
Live streams:

Hulu Live TV
FuboTV
YouTube TV
Sling TV
NFL Game Pass

Chiefs at Cardinals

Time: 8 PM, August 20
TV channel: ESPN
Live streams:

Hulu Live TV
FuboTV
YouTube TV
Sling TV

Bills at Bears

Time: 1 PM, August 21
TV channel: NFL Network
Live streams:

Hulu Live TV
FuboTV
YouTube TV
Sling TV
NFL Game Pass

Jets at Packers

Time: 4:25 PM, August 21
TV channel: NFL Network
Live streams:

Hulu Live TV
FuboTV
YouTube TV
Sling TV
NFL Game Pass

Falcons at Dolphins

Time: 7 PM, August 21
TV channel: FOX 5 (Atlanta), WFOR-TV CBS4 (Miami)
Live streams:

Hulu Live TV
FuboTV
YouTube TV
AT&T TV
Paramount+ (Miami)
Sling TV (Atlanta)
PS Vue (Atlanta)
NFL Game Pass

Ravens at Panthers

Time: 7 PM, August 21
TV channel: WBAL-TV (Baltimore), Panthers TV Network
Live streams:

Hulu Live TV
FuboTV
YouTube TV
AT&T TV
PS Vue (Baltimore)
NFL Game Pass

Lions at Steelers

Time: 7:30 PM, August 21
TV channel: NFL Network
Live streams:

Hulu Live TV
FuboTV
YouTube TV
Sling TV
NFL Game Pass

Titans at Buccaneers

Time: 7:30 PM, August 21
TV channel: WKRN (Tennessee), FOX (Tampa Bay)
Live streams:

Hulu Live TV
FuboTV
YouTube TV
Sling TV
AT&T TV
PS Vue
Sling TV (Tampa Bay)
NFL Game Pass

Texans at Cowboys

Time: 8 PM, August 21
TV channel: ABC 13 (Houston), CBS 11 (Dallas)
Live streams:

Hulu Live TV
FuboTV
YouTube TV
AT&T TV
Paramount+ (Dallas)
PS Vue (Houston)
NFL Game Pass

Colts at Vikings

Time: 8 PM, August 21
TV channel: FOX (Indianapolis), FOX 9 (Minnesota)
Live streams:

Hulu Live TV
FuboTV
YouTube TV
Sling TV (Minnesota)
AT&T TV
PS Vue
NFL Game Pass

Raiders at Rams

Time: 10 PM, August 21
TV channel: NFL Network
Live streams:

Hulu Live TV
FuboTV
YouTube TV
Sling TV
NFL Game Pass

Broncos at Seahawks

Time: 10 PM, August 21
TV channel: CBS (Denver), Q13 FOX (Seattle)
Live streams:

Hulu Live TV
FuboTV
YouTube TV
AT&T TV
PS Vue (Seattle)
Paramount+ (Denver)
NFL Game Pass

Giants at Browns

Time: 1 PM, August 22
TV channel: NFL Network
Live streams:

Hulu Live TV
FuboTV
YouTube TV
Sling TV
NFL Game Pass

49ers at Chargers

Time: 7:30 PM, August 22
TV channel: NFL Network
Live streams:

Hulu Live TV
FuboTV
YouTube TV
Sling TV
NFL Game Pass

Jaguars at Saints

Time: 8 PM, August 23
TV channel: ESPN
Live streams:

Hulu Live TV
FuboTV
YouTube TV
Sling TV

Storylines to watch in Week 2

The 2021 NFL preseason has a somewhat new twist, as players are cut after every week, including another five after Week 2. Therefore, in all of the NFL games on the TV schedule this week, there is a storyline to watch regarding the back end of rosters. Make sure to keep up to date with all the latest roster moves with our 2021 NFL cut tracker.

When it comes to headlines, QBs will once again dominate this week. Drew Lock and Teddy Bridgewater are scrapping for a starting role. Can Trey Lance put pressure on Jimmy Garoppolo? And will it be Jacob Eason or Sam Ehlinger receiving the start Week 1 if Carson Wentz cannot make it back on the field?

Ben Rolfe is a Senior Managing Editor at Pro Football Network and is also a member of the Fantasy Sports Writers Association (FSWA). You can find him on Twitter @BenRolfePFN.

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