Thursday Night Football begins its schedule on Amazon Prime Video on Thursday night with the Kansas City Chiefs’ home opener against the Los Angeles Chargers.
It’s the first season-long package of NFL games to be shown exclusively nationally on a streaming platform. 15 total games on Thursday nights will be shown on Amazon Prime Video.
Why is this important to Tennessee Titans fans? The Titans are the only team to have two games on Amazon Prime Video via the Thursday Night Football schedule. Tennessee’s Week 10 game at the Green Bay Packers and the Week 17 game against the Dallas Cowboys are on Amazon Prime Video, and there will be no linear television broadcast for fans outside the Nashville market for those games.
Let’s go through some questions.
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You can either subscribe to Amazon Prime ($14.99 a month) or Amazon Prime Video ($8.99 a month) to see Thursday Night Football games this season. There is a 30-day free trial available, so use wisely.
According to a CNBC report, Amazon and DirecTV agreed to a deal in which thousands of bars and restaurants will be able to show Thursday Night Football games. That may be your best option.
Living in the Nashville market: No. If you watch Titans games locally on NewsChannel 5 (CBS affiliate) or Fox-17 (Fox affiliate), you’ll be able to watch the Titans games on TNF on a local affiliate. For example, Tennessee’s Week 2 game on Monday Night Football will be shown nationally on ESPN and locally on Fox-17.
Living outside the Nashville market: Yes. Even if you get Titans games each week in places like Knoxville, Bowling Green, Jackson or Huntsville, you will need to get Amazon Prime Video to watch TNF Titans games.
Those Titans games will take place on Nov. 17 (at the Green Bay Packers) and Dec. 29 (vs. the Dallas Cowboys).
All games on Amazon Prime Video. All games start at 7:15 p.m. Central.
Week 2: Los Angeles Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs, Sept. 15
Week 3: Pittsburgh Steelers at Cleveland Browns, Sept. 22
Week 4: Miami Dolphins at Cincinnati Bengals, Sept. 29
Week 5: Indianapolis Colts at Denver Broncos, Oct. 6
Week 6: Washington Commanders at Chicago Bears, Oct. 13
Week 7: New Orleans Saints at Arizona Cardinals, Oct. 20
Week 8: Baltimore Ravens at Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Oct. 27
Week 9: Philadelphia Eagles at Houston Texans, Nov. 3
Week 10: Atlanta Falcons at Carolina Panthers, Nov. 10
Week 11: Tennessee Titans at Green Bay Packers, Nov. 17
Week 13: Buffalo Bills at New England Patriots, Dec. 1
Week 14: Las Vegas Raiders at Los Angeles Rams, Dec. 8
Week 15: San Francisco 49ers at Seattle Seahawks, Dec. 15
Week 16: Jacksonville Jaguars at New York Jets, Dec. 22
Week 17: Dallas Cowboys at Tennessee Titans, Dec. 29