Cowboys vs. Raiders: How to watch online, TV schedule, radio and more

Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Two of the NFL's classic franchises clash in Oakland.

The Oakland Raiders open up the 2013 preseason at home against the Dallas Cowboys on Thursday night.

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Friday night will be Tony Romo's first game action for the Cowboys after he sat out the Hall of Fame Game on Sunday night. Protecting him will be the Cowboys' biggest priority on offense. Dallas spent its first-round pick on Travis Frederick, who can play both guard and center. The early reports for Frederick are glowing, so seeing him in game action again will be telling.

The Raiders have a quarterback competition on their hands. Matt Flynn, Terrell Pryor and, to a lesser extent Tyler Wilson, are all jockeying for the starting job. Flynn appears to have the inside track, but following Pryor's development will be interesting this preseason. Here's how to watch.

Game Date/Time

Friday, Aug. 9, 10 p.m. ET

Location

O.co Coliseum, Oakland, Calif.

TV Schedule

NFL Network

Cowboys: Cowboys TV
Raiders: CBS 11

Watch Online

NFL Preseason Live

Distribution Map

The506.com

Radio Schedule

Cowboys: 105.7 the Fan
Raiders: 95.7 the Fan

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