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The 2022-23 NFL season saw Thursday Night Football getting a new home on Amazon Prime Video. And it seems to be a touchdown for both the NFL and Amazon: The first Thursday Night Football game between the Kansas City Chiefs beat the Los Angeles Chargers brought in 13 million viewers, according to Nielson. In other words, Thursday Night Football on Amazon is a hit — and it’s yet another good reason to sign up for Amazon Prime.
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Now into Week 10 of the NFL season, tonight’s game sees the Atlanta Falcons at the Carolina Panthers. The match-up comes on the heels of a nail-biter Falcons vs. Panthers game just a couple weeks ago, when rivals went into overtime before Atlanta secured a win.
If you’re looking to watch the Falcons vs. the Panthers online tonight, read on for a complete guide on how to live stream Sunday Night Football using Amazon Prime Video.
Is Thursday Night Football on Any TV Channel?
Amazon is now the exclusive broadcaster of Thursday Night Football, but you can still watch TNF broadcasts for free in local markets of the teams playing that night. So, if you only want to watch your home team (and you live in-market), you can pick up a digital antenna (like this one) and watch Thursday Night Football locally for free.
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How to Watch Thursday Night Football on Amazon Prime Video
If you want to watch Thursday Night Football online, Amazon Prime Video is now the only place to do so. To live stream games, you’ll need to have a Prime membership, which costs $14.99 a month or $139 a year and comes with a 30-day free trial. You can also choose to get a membership to Prime Video only, which costs $8.99 per month.
Both memberships (the full Prime membership or Prime Video à la carte) will let you live stream Thursday Night Football every week, and let you record games if you can’t watch them live.
One benefit of Thursday Night Football going digital is that you can easily watch games on any smart TV or regular TV with a connected streaming device, and you can watch games on your phone, laptop, or tablet (say, while traveling). Prime Video also offers a Spanish-speaking broadcast and a “Prime Vision with Next Gen Stats” broadcast which gives viewers more detailed statistics throughout the game.
And if you were concerned about TNF on Prime Video feeling different than before, don’t worry: Amazon tapped veteran announcers Al Michaels and Kirk Herbstreit to provide commentary for every game.
A Prime Video membership gets you a ton of other great streaming content too, and, with the full Prime membership, you get free two-day shipping on most Amazon packages and access to special Prime Day deals. All told, a Prime membership is a better deal than ever now that Thursday Night Football is included for free.
How to Watch Thursday Night Football for Free on Amazon
Another great thing about TNF moving to Amazon is that you can now use Amazon’s 30-day free trial to get free Thursday Night Football live streams at home. Head here to start a 30-day Prime free trial and start watching Thursday Night Football for free for the next month.
Plus, as mentioned, current Prime Members can now immediately watch Thursday Night Football for free — no further signups required.
Thursday Night Football on Amazon Schedule
Thursday Night Football on Amazon started in Week 2 with the Chargers vs. the Chiefs, and will run through the end of December (Week 17). Head here to see the full schedule for Thursday Night Football on Amazon.
Thursday Night Football Schedule
Thursday Night Football Week 10: Falcons vs. Panthers
Tonight’s matchup — the Falcons vs. the Panthers — has the potential to be another very close, very exciting game between old rivals. Vegas oddsmakers have Atlanta as the slight favorite win with moneyline odds of -145, as of writing. And that’s after constant changes in the line that even saw the Panthers as the favorite for a brief time. In other words, even the pros are having a tough time predicting this one.
Before tonight’s game, be sure to sign up for Amazon Prime to watch the Falcons vs. the Panthers live online. For more NFL action this week, check out our full guide on how to watch every NFL game live online.
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