NFL: Thursday Night Football Returns On The Amazon Prime Video Streaming Service For Third Season Get Ready!

With the recent inclusion of live tennis tournaments, and selected English Football Premier League Games, Amazon Prime Video will be streaming Thursday Night Football for its third season with the NFL with 11 key matchups in 2019, starting with Eagles at Packers on September 26. The games will be streamed in over 200+ countries and available to watch globally on Amazon’s Twitch channel.

Amazon Prime are upping their game in the sporting world.

There’s most certainly a trend occurring amongst streaming platforms. They are giving audiences choices. Rather than succumbing to cable TV, we are moving away from traditional means and relying on the top streaming platforms in the world. Regardless if you are a “traditionalist” or a “purist”, how can you not be tempted by cost-effective ways of watching your favourite sports?

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In addition to the announcement of NFL Thursday Night Football returning for a third season on the Amazon Prime Video service, award-winning broadcasters Hannah Storm and Andrea Kremer will return to provide their unique commentary and analysis.

Please see below for a full schedule for Thursday Night Football on Prime Video.

2019 NFL Thursday Night Football Schedule on Prime Video

Week 4, Sept. 26 Eagles at Packers
Week 5, Oct. 3 Rams at Seahawks
Week 6, Oct. 10 Giants at Patriots
Week 7, Oct. 17 Chiefs at Broncos
Week 8, Oct. 24 Redskins at Vikings
Week 9, Oct. 31 49ers at Cardinals
Week 10, Nov. 7 Chargers at Raiders
Week 11, Nov. 14 Steelers at Browns
Week 12, Nov. 21 Colts at Texans
Week 14, Dec. 5 Cowboys at Bears
Week 15, Dec. 12 Jets at Ravens

Amazon have announced that Thursday Night Football Games on their platform will be available for Prime members at no additional costs. We will keep you up to date in the coming weeks about the many new features available for NFL fans on Prime Video this season.

Daniel Hart

Daniel Hart is the Co-Founder of Ready Steady Cut and has operated as Editor-in-Chief since 2017.

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