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How to Watch Thursday Night Football in 2022 & Watch the Cowboys Take On The Titans Tonight

As the end of the regular NFL season for 2022 draws near, fans may be wondering where they can catch the Week 17 Thursday night football game featuring the 11-4 Dallas Cowboys vs. the 7-8 Tennesee Titans.

While Sunday Night Football lives on NBC and Monday Night Football airs on ESPN, figuring out how to watch Thursday Night Football is a little more difficult since it’s moved around a bit in recent years.

After years of airing on different networks, Thursday Night Football has finally found a permanent home at Amazon’s Prime Video, which recently scored an exclusive broadcasting deal with the NFL.

That’s right, for the 2022-2023 NFL season, Thursday Night Football will not air on local or cable TV, and you’ll need to be a Prime Video member to enjoy the games. So if you’re wondering how to watch the Dallas Cowboys vs. Tennessee Titans game this Thursday, December 29 then you’ll need to sign up for Prime Video ASAP.

Fortunately, because Prime Video has a generous 30-day free trial, you can watch Thursday Night Football online for free in 2022, at least, temporarily.

If you’re wondering who plays Thursday night football games, where to watch Thursday Night Football, or wondering why Thursday Night Football won’t be on TV in 2022, we’ve got all the details for you below. In the meantime, head to the Prime Video page to start watching tonight’s game.

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How to Watch Thursday Night Football in 2022

All Thursday night football games will air at 8:15 p.m. EST on Amazon’s Prime Video during the 2022 season — with the exception of the season opener on Week 1 and Week 12. Interested viewers will have to sign up for a Prime Video membership to view these games.

If you are already an Amazon Prime member, then you already have access to all of Prime Video’s offerings.

 How to Watch Thursday Night Football for Free

Right now, Amazon Prime Video is offering a free trial that gives new customers 30 days of access for free. Signing up means you could potentially see four Thursday night football games totally free of charge. However, the price will return to the regular Prime Video membership cost of $8.99 per month unless you cancel before that period ends.

You do not need to sign up for Amazon Prime itself; you can choose to only sign up for Prime Video.

Thursday Night Football Schedule

As previously mentioned, all regular season Thursday night football games (with the exception of Week 1 and Thanksgiving) will air at 8:15 p.m. EST on Amazon Prime in 2022.

  • Week 2, September 15: Chargers at Chiefs
  • Week 3, September 22: Steelers at Browns
  • Week 4, September 29: Dolphins at Bengals
  • Week 5, October 6: Colts at Broncos
  • Week 6, October 13: Commanders at Bears
  • Week 7, October 20: Saints at Cardinals
  • Week 8, October 27: Ravens at Buccaneers
  • Week 9, November 3: Eagles at Texans
  • Week 10, November 10: Falcons at Panthers
  • Week 11, November 17: Titans at Packers
  • Week 13, December 1: Bills at Patriots
  • Week 14, December 8: Raiders at Rams
  • Week 15, December 15: 49ers at Seahawks
  • Week 16, December 22: Jaguars at Jets
  • Week 17, December 29: Cowboys at Titans

In Case You Missed It: How To Rewatch Thursday Night Football

If you missed Thursday Night Football and are trying to figure out how to rewatch the Dallas Cowboys and Tennessee Titans game after its live airing, Prime Video also offers replays of all Thursday night football games.

Why Can’t I Watch Thursday Night Football on TV?

Technically, you can watch Thursday Night Football on your TV; however, you can’t watch it via a cable TV package or local TV antennae. That’s because Amazon inked an exclusive deal with the NFL to broadcast Thursday Night Football games in 2022. Typically, NFL games are broadcast on one of the big TV networks, CBS, NBC or Fox. However, Amazon is trying to bring more sports streaming to its Prime Video service, and Thursday Night Football is a major win for the service.

Even though cable TV viewers are missing out, you will be able to watch Thursday NFL games on TV so long as you have a smart TV or streaming stick with the Prime Video app. So long as you have Prime Video on your streaming device, you can watch the game broadcasts on your TV or device of choice.

Which Devices Allow You to Stream Live NFL Games?

Live events via Amazon Prime Video are supported on web browsers and other devices via the Prime Video app. This includes smartphones running on iOS and Android, smart TVs, tablets, Blu-ray players and media players such as Google Chromecast, Roku and Apple TV as well as Amazon devices like Fire TV and Fire Tablet. Prime Video can also be accessed via game consoles like PlayStation and Xbox.

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