For cord-cutters, the NFL Thursday Night Football games may seem a little more complicated than their Sunday and Monday night counterparts. The NFL Network will air all 13 games, but some will also air on FOX and even a couple will be on Amazon simultaneously. Making sense of how to watch the games might seem a little overwhelming, but the good news is it’s actually pretty easy to watch Thursday Night Football without cable thanks to streaming options like fuboTV (free 7-day trial), Hulu Live, Sling TV (free 7-day trial) among others.
So, what are your best bets to watch Thursday Night Football online or over the air?
Thursday Night Football Schedule
Thursday Night Football started September 12, 2019 and every game airs at 8:20 p.m. ET on NFL Network. Some games also air on FOX and Amazon, giving you a few ways to watch.
Here is the overall Thursday Night Football TV schedule for 2019.
· September 12: Buccaneers @ Panthers, NFL Network · September 19: Titans @ Jaguars, NFL Network · September 26: Eagles @ Packers, NFL Network, FOX, Amazon Prime Video · October 3: Rams @ Seahawks, NFL Network, FOX, Amazon Prime Video · October 10: Giants @ Patriots, NFL Network, FOX, Amazon Prime Video · October 17: Chiefs @ Broncos, NFL Network, FOX, Amazon Prime Video · October 24: Redskins @ Vikings, NFL Network, FOX, Amazon Prime Video · October 31: 49ers @ Cardinals, NFL Network, FOX, Amazon Prime Video · November 7: Chargers @ Raiders, NFL Network, FOX, Amazon Prime Video · November 14: Steelers @ Browns, NFL Network, FOX, Amazon Prime Video
· November 21: Colts @ Texans, NFL Network, FOX, Amazon Prime Video
· December 5: Cowboys @ Bears, NFL Network, FOX, Amazon Prime Video
· December 12: Jets @ Ravens, Network, FOX, Amazon Prime Video
You can see more info about the TNF schedule on the NFL’s official website.
How to Watch Thursday Night Football Without Cable TV
Since all of the Thursday Night Football games will air on NFL Network, we’re going to focus there for the most part. For that reason, our top recommendations are Sling TV and fuboTV both of which offer the NFL Network live streaming.
You won’t need a cable subscription to watch either of these services, just the ability to connect to the internet and stream live. With them, you can watch Thursday Night Football online without cable along with many of your other favorite shows on a lot of networks. You can also stream both services on several devices like Roku or your smartphones or tablets.
Watch Thursday Night Football Online on with fuboTV
More details include:
- $55 per month
- Hard to find sports networks make fuboTV a great option to watch sports online
- Watch NFL without cable all season
- High-quality HD streams of many, many channels
- NFL Network and FOX live stream
- Offers excellent coverage of local channels, making it easy to watch NFL games and more
- Works with popular devices like Roku and more
- Read our fuboTV review to learn more
Start with a free 7-day trial of fuboTV to watch the Thursday Night Football live streams.
Watch Thursday Night Football Online Without Cable on Sling TV
The cheapest choice for the Thursday Night Football live stream is Sling TV. It’s by far the least expensive streaming service on the market.
- Just $15 the first month, $25 per month after
- No contract so you can cancel any time
- NFL Network available in certain packages, letting you stream Thursday Night Football in 2019
- 2 packages to choose from, Sling Blue and Sling Orange – Sling Blue has NFL Network and locals like FOX in some areas
- Works with the most popular streaming devices
- Read our Sling TV review for more info
With NFL Network, you can watch Thursday Night Football without cable on Sling TV. And at the price point, it can’t be beaten. Try Sling TV free for 7 days.
Watch Thursday Night Football without Cable on Amazon Prime
All but two TNF games will also simulcast on Amazon Prime. If you’re an Amazon Prime member, you’ll be able to stream the games live through your account. New to Amazon? you can sign up for the 30-day trial.
Here are some more details on Amazon Prime:
- Amazon Prime membership includes Prime Music and Prime Video access, free 2-day shipping, and more
- All Prime members will have access to TNF live streams airing on Amazon
- Amazon Prime offers a free 30-day trial
- Stream on Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Roku, and more
- Prime memberships can be purchased monthly or annually – annual membership costs under $10 per month
New Amazon Prime subscribers can get a 30-day free trial membership to watch Thursday Night Football online free for a month.
Our Amazon Prime review has more info.
Other Options to Watch Thursday Night Football Without Cable
Along with fuboTV and Sling TV, there are other options available if you want to watch on FOX.
You can also subscribe to Amazon Prime for a yearly or monthly cost to watch the Thursday Night Football live stream.
Have any questions about how to watch Thursday Night Football without cable? Comment below and let us know.
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