NFL Preseason: Where to Watch Arizona Cardinals vs. Minnesota Vikings, TV Channel, Live Stream, Odds

Kyler Murray had a second preseason game to forget as the Arizona Cardinals lost 33-26 at home to the Oakland Raiders.

The number one overall pick of the 2019 draft went three-for-eight for just 12 yards, adding a four-yard rush. The former Oklahoma signal-caller was twice flagged for false starts and went down in the end of zone in a bid to avoid getting sacked for a safety.

However, Cardinals first-year coach Kliff Kingsbury insisted the rookie quarterback had shown encouraging signs.

"I thought he made really good decisions," he told "I thought under some adversity, penalties backed us up, in long-yardage situations, I thought he made good decisions the whole night. We just hurt ourselves with those penalties and couldn't get things really rolling."

Next up for the Cardinals and Murray is a trip to Minneapolis to face a Vikings team that beat the Seattle Seahawks 25-19.

The Vikings have won both their games so far and there are signs new offense coordinator Kevin Stefanski and offensive adviser Gary Kubiak are beginning to get their message across.

.@swervinirvin_ helps tie it up with his first NFL TD grab. #Skol

— Minnesota Vikings (@Vikings) August 19, 2019

Minnesota had 409 total yards against the Seahawks and rookie tight end Irvin Smith Jr. felt the Vikings are learning to maximize the offensive options at their disposal.

"We have so many different weapons, and coach Stefanski and coach Kubiak, they want to get us all in involved," the second-round draft pick from Alabama was quoted as saying by ESPN.

"So they did a great job of that."

The Vikings' offense will have another opportunity to shine when it faces a Cardinals defense that conceded 33 points last week.

Here's everything you need to know ahead of Saturday.

Kirk Cousins, Minnesota Vikings
Kirk Cousins #8 of the Minnesota Vikings warms up before the preseason game against the Seattle Seahawks at U.S. Bank Stadium on August 18 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Hannah Foslien/Getty

When and where is the game?

The Minnesota Vikings host the Arizona Cardinals at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, the stage of Super Bowl LII.

Kick-off is scheduled for 12 p.m. local time (1 p.m. ET) on Saturday, August 24.

TV coverage

The game will be broadcast nationally by NFL Network, with NBC affiliate KPNX providing local coverage in Arizona.

Live stream

A live stream will be available via NFL Network online and on connected devices, as well as via fuboTV.


While Murray struggled, Brett Hundley impressed against the Raiders, completing 10 of his 15 passes for 139 yards and a touchdown.

Hundley also added 26 rushing yards over three carries, while Drew Anderson rushed for 22 yards and threw for 59 yards and one touchdown.

Kirk Cousins finished six-for-eight for 85 yards against the Seahawks, but it was the backup quarterbacks who stole the show. Kyle Sloter finished 11-for-13 for 116 yards and one touchdown, while Sean Mannion went 11-for-14 for 88 yards and a score.

Rookie tight end Irvin Smith Jr. and backup wide receiver Brandon Zylstra both had receiving touchdowns, while Mike Boone rushed for 66 yards over 21 carries as the Vikings moved the ball around with ease.


According to Oddschecker, the Vikings are seven-point favorites and are 19/20 to win and cover the spread, while the Cardinals are 12/5 to win. Meanwhile, the over/under bar for points scored is set at 42.