For the first time ever the NFL is expanding Thursday Night Football to popular streaming services including CBS All Access and Amazon Prime Video. The first TNF game will be this evening, September 28th as the Chicago Bears face off against the Green Bay Packers. This should be a good match up. The Bears lost to the Steelers by 6 points on Sunday while the Packers managed to win in OT versus the Bengals. Both teams will want to be at their best as they take the spotlight in what is bound to be one of the most watched Thursday Night Football games in history.
Not all Thursday night games will be shown on CBS All Access or Amazon, but most of them will be. There are a few that will still be restricted to NFL Network. Let’s take a look at the TNF games that will be streamed on CBS ALL Access and Amazon this season:
- Sept. 28 – Bears at Packers
- Oct. 5 – Patriots at Buccaneers
- Oct. 12 – Eagles at Panthers
- Oct. 19 – Chiefs at Raiders
- Oct. 26 – Dolphins at Raiders
- Nov. 9 – Seahawks at Cardinals
- Nov. 16 – Titans at Steelers
- Nov. 30 – Redskins at Cowboys
- Dec. 7 – Saints at Falcons
- Dec. 14 – Broncos at Colts
- Dec. 25 – Steelers at Texans
Here are the games throughout the season that you will still need access to NFL Network to watch. Note that some of the games are on the weekends and two are being shown on Saturday, Dec. 16th. You can gain live streaming access to NFL Network through Sling TV or fuboTV.
- Oct. 29 – Viking at Browns
- Nov. 2 – Bills at Jets
- Dec. 16 – Bears at Lions
- Dec. 16 – Chargers at Chiefs
- Dec. 23 – Colts at Ravens
CBS is really taking off with the recent addition of Star Trek: Discovery and now access to Thursday Night football games. Cheer on your favorite NFL teams. You can try either CBS All Access for 7 days free.