Week 2: NFL preseason schedule and live coverage

MIAMI, Fla. (Sporting Alert) — The following is the list of NFL preseason games on the schedule for Week 2.

The Week 2 action begins with a lone game on Thursday night, with the Jacksonville Jaguars taking on the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field, with live streaming coverage on WatchESPN and TV broadcast on ESPN. Kick-off time is 8:00 PM ET.

Jacksonville won their opening preseason game, a 16-10 decision over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers last Friday.

The Chicago Bears also got their preseason campaign off to a winning start in Week 1, following a 34-28 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles last Friday as well.

There are four games on the schedule for Friday, including the clash at Mercedes-Benz Superdome between the New Orleans Saints and the Tennessee Titans, who both recored victories in Week.

Elsewhere on Friday, the Seattle Seahawks will be hoping to bounce back from the opening preseason defeat to the Denver Broncos when they face the San Diego Chargers at CenturyLink Field.

Seven games are listed four Saturday, with the Dallas Cowboys, who suffered defeat last week, facing the Baltimore Ravens, who picked up a comfortable 23-3 win over the San Francisco 49ers the last time out.

There are two games on Sunday, including the battle between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Carolina Panthers, while Week 2 concludes on Monday with one game, as the Cleveland Browns and the Washington Redskins face-off at FedEx Field.

Live streaming coverage of this game will be on WatchESPN and TV broadcasting coverage set for ESPN. Kick-off time for this contest is at 8:00 PM ET.

NFL Week 2 Coverage: August 13 – August 18

Jacksonville at Chicago 8:00 PM  WatchESPN and ESPN Soldier Field

Philadelphia at New England 7:30 PM NFL Network Gillette Stadium
Tennessee at New Orleans 8:00 PM Mercedes-Benz Superdome
San Diego at Seattle 10:00 PM NFL Network CenturyLink Field
Detroit at Oakland 10:00 PM O.co Coliseum

Green Bay at St. Louis 4:00 PM NFL Network Edward Jones Dome
NY Giants at Indianapolis 7:00 PM Lucas Oil Stadium
NY Jets at Cincinnati 7:00 PM Paul Brown Stadium
Baltimore at Dallas 7:00 PM NFL Network AT&T Stadium
Buffalo at Pittsburgh 7:30 PM Heinz Field
Miami at Tampa Bay 7:30 PM Raymond James Stadium
Atlanta at Houston 8:00 PM Reliant Stadium
Arizona at Minnesota 8:30 PM TCF Bank Stadium

Denver at San Francisco 4:00 PM NFL Levi’s Stadium
Kansas City at Carolina 8:00 PM FOX Bank of America Stadium

Cleveland at Washington 8:00 PM WatchESPN and ESPN FedEx Field

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