The Tennessee Titans and the Las Vegas Raiders go head-to-head at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee for the week 3 matchup this weekend.
Kickoff time for Titans vs. Raiders is set for 1p.m. ET on September 25.
Both teams are without a win in the NFL regular season so far with average overall stats on both sides of the ball.
The Raiders will be wanting to put last week’s devastating loss behind them after squandering a 20-0 lead and will be hoping to take advantage of The Titans who have also shown they have major problems early on in the season.
While the game will be available on local TV in areas around Tennessee and Las Vegas, most fans will need to stream the game to get in on the action.
In the U.S. there is no single option available that will allow you to stream every game on any device you want, so you will need to look around for the best NFL streaming options.
How to stream Titans vs. Raiders in Tennessee, Las Vegas, or anywhere
If this is an in-market game for you, most live TV streaming services will show this game, because they stream your local network affiliates.
Here’s a list of live TV streaming services, most of which have free trial options:
If this game is out-of-market for you, you’ll probably need to subscribe to NFL Sunday Ticket, a premium service carried by DIRECTTV(opens in a new tab), which will cost you $69.49 per month, after a free trial week. And no, you don’t get NFL Sunday Ticket for free, even if you sign up for DIRECTV Stream.
How to stream Dolphins vs. Bills NFL game in the UK
The popularity of the NFL continues to grow in the UK with games being played in London in recent years.
The good news for UK fans, watching NFL games will cost you a lot less than it would in the US. NFL Game pass has a number of options available to fans this side of the water.
The PRO subscription which will cost just £150.99 annually – or four installments of £37.75 until 31 July 2023 will give you access to all 270+ games live, which may be bad news for your sleeping pattern.
Game Pass “Essential” tier, which costs £42.99 annually, will allow you to watch NFL Redzone live with on demand highlights of all games.