How to Watch Thursday Night Football Without Cable in 2020

The NFL is gearing up for the start of the 2020 season and, while the games might look a little different this year without stadiums full of cheering fans, we’re here to help you watch your favorite teams in action. The first Thursday night game will air on NBC, with NFL Network and FOX taking most of the games, and Amazon Prime Video scoring streaming rights alongside the networks.

Check out the full Thursday Night Football schedule and find out how to stream each of the games, below.

Thursday Night Football Schedule for the 2020 NFL Season

All game times are in ET.

  • Week 1: Sept. 10 – Houston at Kansas City on NBC @ 8:20pm
  • Week 2: Sept. 17 – Cincinnati at Cleveland on NFL Network @ 8:20pm
  • Week 3: Sept. 24 – Miami at Jacksonville on NFL Network @ 8:20pm
  • Week 4: Oct. 1 – Denver at N.Y. Jets on NFL Network @ 8:20pm
  • Week 5: Oct. 8 – Tampa Bay at Chicago on FOX/NFL Network/Amazon Prime @ 8:20pm
  • Week 6: Oct. 15 – Kansas City at Buffalo on FOX/NFL Network/Amazon Prime @ 8:20pm
  • Week 7: Oct. 22 – N.Y. Giants at Philadelphia on FOX/NFL Network/Amazon Prime @ 8:20pm
  • Week 8: Oct. 29 – Atlanta at Carolina on FOX/NFL Network/Amazon Prime @ 8:20pm
  • Week 9: Nov. 5 – Green Bay at San Francisco on FOX/NFL Network/Amazon Prime @ 8:20pm
  • Week 10: Nov. 12 – Indianapolis at Tennessee on FOX/NFL Network/Amazon Prime @ 8:20pm
  • Week 11: Nov. 19 – Arizona at Seattle on FOX/NFL Network/Amazon Prime @ 8:20pm
  • Week 12: Nov. 26 – Baltimore at Pittsburgh on NBC @ 8:20pm
  • Week 13: Dec. 3 – Dallas at Baltimore on FOX/NFL Network/Amazon Prime @ 8:20pm
  • Week 14: Dec. 10 – New England at L.A. Rams on FOX/NFL Network/Amazon Prime @ 8:20pm
  • Week 15: Dec. 17 – L.A Chargers at Las Vegas on FOX/NFL Network/Amazon Prime @ 8:20pm

The Best Streaming Services to Watch Thursday Night Football

  • fuboTV has NFL Network, FOX, and NBC, all covered with the fuboTV Family plan for $65/month. You can add Sports Plus with NFL RedZone to your package for an additional $10.99/month.
  • Vidgo offers NFL Network, FOX, and over 65 channels for just $40/month with promotional pricing for your first 90 days.
  • YouTube TV recently added NFL Network its base package for $65/month and added a new optional Sports Plus Add-On which includes NFL RedZone for $10.99/month.
  • Sling TV re-added NFL Network and NFL Redzone on September 13th. You can watch with Sling Blue for $30/moonth.

For games airing on FOX and NBC, most viewers can access their local channels with an antenna. Check out Antenna Web to find out which channels you can get with an antenna where you live.

How to Watch Your Favorite NFL Team

AFC East

AFC West

AFC North

AFC South

NFC East

NFC West

NFC North

NFC South

You don’t need cable to tune into the 2020 NFL season. Depending on your location, you can watch many of the games for free with an antenna, or sign up for a live TV streaming service for the season.

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