Thursday Night Football - Streaming, TV & Radio Guide

Mon Sep 02, 2019 15:55:55PM
Ray Lewis lines up in the backfield for the Ravens against the Colts. By: Mr.schultz

This guide will provide everything you need 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 are the places to watch the games, while Amazon Prime and Twitch also offering coverage for select games.

Watch Thursday Night Football Games. This resource provides every available option for watching Thursday Night Football games online, on local TV or through cable providers, and includes customized pages on every NFL team for watching, streaming or listening to live games.

Thursday Night Football - Live TV Streaming Schedule. And this resource shows the full TV schedule with streaming links for all Thursday Night Football games. You can also filter your search by team to see their full schedule.

For more specific viewing or audio options, continue below..

Viewing Options For Thursday Night Football

TV: FOX, NFL Network
Kickoff Time: 8:20pm ET (with exceptions for international & Saturday games)
TNF Main Announcers: Joe Buck, Troy Aikman and Erin Andrews

Joe Buck does the play-by-play announcing for most TNF games with Troy Aikman doing color commentary. Erin Andrews and Kristina Pink pair up to bring all the sideline and field reporting. All TNF games are produced by FOX but not every game will use the FOX broadcast team. Sometimes NFL Network will use their own announcing crew.

Thursday Night Football will air every TNF branded game on NFL Network, including all international games and Saturday games as well. 11 TNF games will be broadcast on Fox and you'll be able to watch the local channel FOX affiliate for free if you have a digital antenna. Amazon Prime and Twitch will simulcast every TNF game airing on FOX as well.

Cable TV Providers for FOX, NFL Network

You will need some kind of cable subscription to gain access to both the FOX and NFL Network channels. Chose between traditional cable providers, satellite TV or cord-cutting options. All links provide details on every plan with channel lineups and monthly prices.

Cable TV - Spectrum, Verizon Fios, Xfinity
Satellite TV - DirecTV, Dish Network
Internet TV - FuboTV, Sling TV

Streaming Options

NFL Network, FOX Sports GO, Amazon Prime, Twitch

Login with your cable credentials to gain access to NFL Network's or Fox Sport's live streams.

You'll need an Amazon Prime account to gain access to their live feed. But Twitch is completely free. That is the best way to stream any TNF game at no cost.

Mobile Streaming Apps (Completely Free)

NFL Mobile and Yahoo Sports! both offer live streams for any nationally aired NFL game, including every TNF game. Best part, its completely free to anyone without the need of any subscription.

There are restrictions however - you can only watch the games from your mobile device (no sending the feed to your TV) and for select games you have to use your cell data as wifi will be disabled. So keep that in mind if you don’t have unlimited data.

Audio Options for Thursday Night Football

NFL Radio Guide - Listen to Live NFL Games

Local AM/FM Radio Options

Westwood One carries their own broadcast for every Thursday Night Football game. This link provides a finder tool to locate your local AM/FM station. This feed will have it's own announcing and commentary crew.

Satellite Radio Options

SiriusXM offers a channel that simulcasts Westwood One's coverage for every TNF game. You will need a subscription for SiriusXM though, either set up in your vehicle, or they have combo packages for 'Car & Streaming Subscriptions' as well.

Online Radio Options

TuneIn is a subscription-based online radio service. They will also broadcast every Westwood One audio feed for Thursday Night Football.

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