What NFL games are on Amazon Prime and how can you watch them? Complete schedule
The new NFL season is well underway and this week the Los Angeles Chargers are traveling to Arrowhead Stadium to face the Kansas City Chiefs.
The second week of the new NFL season features a primetime game between the Los Angeles Chargers and the Kansas City Chiefs, in the teams’ 124th regular-season matchup.
As always, NFL coverage is spread out across several networks including national and local broadcasters. ESPN will have Monday Night Football, NBC will have Sunday Night Football games, Fox will have NFC games, and CBS will have AFC games on Sunday afternoons and as well as the NFL Plus pass (for streaming) and Amazon Prime join the action with the multinational technology which originally focused on e-commerce, now heavily active in the world of sport streaming.
As of 15 September, Prime Video will be the exclusive home of Thursday Night Football where NFL fans can catch fifteen regular season games starting on September 15th as part of their Prime subscription. (If you’re looking for coverage of Week 2, then look no further.)
“The first exclusive season of TNF on Prime Video will see players such as Lamar Jackson and the Ravens taking on Tom Brady and the Bucs, divisional rivalries featuring Bills at Patriots and Chargers at Chiefs, a fun West Coast matchup between the Raiders and the Super Bowl Champion Rams, and a heavyweight showdown with Derrick Henry and the Titans visiting iconic Lambeau Field to face the Aaron Rodgers and the Packers,” said Marie Donoghue, vice president of Global Sports Video, Amazon.
Amazon TNF pregame coverage begins at 7 p.m. EST. Kickoff time 8:15 p.m. EST
Amazon Prime TNF: alternative streams
Every Thursday Night Football game on Prime will have a series of multiple broadcast options for fans to choose from. Whether it’s the primary broadcast featuring featuring Al Michaels and Kirk Herbstreit, an alternate stream such as TNF with Dude Perfect, or TNF en Español, each presentation of TNF on Prime Video offers a different set of alternate streams catered to every fan’s needs.