clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

Eagles vs. Jaguars preseason: Game time, TV schedule, online streaming and more

There are a few different ways to watch the Philadelphia Eagles' preseason game against the Jacksonville Jaguars.

John Geliebter-USA TODAY Sports

Dress rehearsals are common in most stage performances, but in Week 3 of the NFL preseason, 32 teams have their warm-up to the regular season. With quarterback position settled, the Eagles can go into Saturday's preseason road opener with a sense of direction. Michael Vick and the gang are set to take on a Jaguars team with a lot of young talent but a boatload of question marks. The starters will play at least the entire first-half of the game and could potentially see action well into the third quarter. The second and third-string talent will likely get most of the second-half to earn their keep.

When and Where to Watch

7:30 p.m. ET, 6ABC

Online on NFL Preseason Live

If you are an out-of-market fan, your best bet to catch the game live is by subscribing to NFL Preseason Live. It's $14.99, but you get access to every single NFL preseason game.

Eagles to Watch

Michael Vick: How does he handle the game after being named the starter?

Nick Foles: How does he react to being named the backup?

LeSean McCoy: Shady was fantastic in his preseason debut but this will be his first extended action with Vick this preseason.

Chris Polk: Will he continue his up-and-down preseason play or will he finally make a splash?

Brent Celek: Can he shake the preseason rust?

James Casey: It would be nice to see Casey make a play tonight.

Jason Peters: If he plays tonight, how well will he play in his first game action in more than a year and a half?

The Backup Offensive Line: Do the Eagles have depth outside of Allen Barbre?

Clifton Geathers: It is time for Geathers so he is more than just a big body.

Antonio Dixon: The guy needs to prove he belongs.

Vinny Curry, Fletcher Cox, Cedric Thornton and Bennie Logan: This is your future on the defensive line and watching them progress has been one of the better parts of the preseason.

Emmanuel Acho and Jake Knott: Can the young twosome be considered locks or at the very least better than Casey Matthews and Jamar Chaney?

Cary Williams and Bradley Fletcher: Are either one of these guys last year's starters?

Nate Allen: Can he continue to play within himself and finally make a play?

Opponent's View

Check out Big Cat Country for the Jaguars' perspective on tonight's game.

Former Eagles on the Other Sideline

DE Jason Babin (2009, 2011-2012)

QB Mike Kafka (2010-2011, 2010 fourth-round pick)

TE Brett Brackett (2012 preseason)

WR Jeremy Ebert (2012 Practice Squad)

LS Jeremy Cain (2007 preseason)

DE Pannel Egboh (2010 Practice Squad)

P Ken Parrish (2010 offseason)

Things to Consider

Can the Eagles offense flow like it has in past weeks?

Will we see more vivid play-calling in Game 3?

Can the defense continue its strong play from Week 2?

Will the defense cause any turnovers?

Sign up for the newsletter Sign up for the Bleeding Green Nation Daily Roundup newsletter!

A daily roundup of all your Philadelphia Eagles news from Bleeding Green Nation