Thursday Night Football - Streaming, TV & Radio Guide

Thu Aug 09, 2018 00:13:27AM | Categories: Thursday Night Football TV & Online
Ray Lewis lines up in the backfield for the Ravens against the Colts. By: Mr.schultz

This guide will provide everything you need to know in order to watch/stream and listen to Thursday Night Football. All games can be accessed via your computer, TV, mobile device or radio. Fox and the NFL Network will be the places to watch the games, while Amazon Prime holds the rights to all streaming options.

For a complete schedule of all Thursday Night Football games without spoilers ---

Thursday Night Football TV & Online Schedule


Viewing Options For Thursday Night Football

TV: FOX, NFL Network

TNF Announcers: Troy Aikman and Joe Buck

Thursday Night Football will be on NFL Network for 13 weeks of the 17 week regular season. 11 of the games will be simulcast on Fox. NFL Network is available to those who have a cable subscription and the added package. Since Fox is broadcasting Thursday Night Football, you should be able to watch your local team on standard digital TV every week - the free option.

For those who are looking to gain access to the NFL Network, but do not have a cable provider, both Direct TV and Dish Network provide packages which include the NFL Network.

Online & Streaming: Amazon Prime, Twitch, Sling TV, Playstation Vue, Direct TV Now, Sling TV, Hulu with Live TV, Youtube TV, Fubo TV, NFL Network App.

Amazon runs the roost when it comes to digital streaming. As long as you have an Amazon Prime account, you can stream almost all of the games. For those who do not have a Prime membership, it will run you $119. They also have a trial for new-comers.

Twitch is owned by Amazon, so that means that the games on Amazon Prime will also be streamed live for free on Twitch. Which means you don't have to buy a Prime membership just to watch Thursday Night Football.

Sling TV, Hulu with Live TV, Youtube TV, Fubo TV

Sling Blue plan costs $25-a-month, which has both Fox and NFL Network. Hulu with live TV cost $40 a month, but only includes NFL Network. Youtube TV costs the same, and includes Fox and includes NFL Network as well. Fubo TV costs $35 for the first month, and them $45 a month after. It includes both Fox and NFL Network.

Playstation Vue, Direct TV Now

Playstation Vue offers a live streaming service as well. It contains all networks that broadcast the NFL games. You can also add NFL Redzone for an extra $10 a month. The core plan is $50 a month, which is the cheapest option. Channel lineups vary by location, so check out which live and local you get on the Playstation Vue page. Direct TV Now, includes both Fox and NFL Network. It's basic package is $40 a month, but you'll need to bump yourself up to the $55 a month package if you want NFL Network.

NFL Network App

You can watch all local. in-market games and the national broadcasts using the NFL Network app. As long as you have a subscription, you can access the app on any mobile device you like.


Audio Options for Thursday Night Football

Online Radio, Sirius Radio, Local AM/FM

SiriusXm has the NFL channel. There you can hear of every Thursday Night Football game. You need a monthly SiriusXM subscription to access the channels.

For online radio, a good place to start is tunein.com. Westwood One Sports oversees network coverage of Thursday Night Football games.

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