How to watch Amazon Prime’s Thursday Night Football: Channel, live streams, and more

Amazon Prime Video returns with another Thursday Night Football matchup. Here is how to watch the Steelers vs. Browns tonight.

Amazon Prime Video kicked off its Thursday Night Football coverage with a bang last week when the Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Los Angeles Chargers. In what is already being hailed an enormous success by the live streaming giant, NFL football returns for another weekday showdown in Week 3 of the season.

In what is sure to be an important AFC North battle, can Amazon capitalize for a second week in a row? Here is how you can watch Amazon’s TNF game, what channel it is on, and much more.

How to watch Amazon Prime’s Thursday Night Football

  • TV channel
    Amazon Prime Video (Also available in local markets)
  • Live stream
    Amazon Prime Video

Thursday Night Football will return to Amazon Prime for the second time this season on Sept. 22. In total, there will be 15 regular season games played on Amazon Prime this year. To access these games, you are going to need to have an Amazon Prime membership.

If you do not have a membership, the broadcasts will also be available to local markets. Check out Vidgo or fuboTV, two streaming platforms that provide you with live sports across multiple devices. Additionally, make sure to check out our comprehensive guide on how to live stream NFL games.

Who plays on Amazon Prime’s Thursday Night Football?

The NFL season seems to be flying by as we prepare to kick off Week 3 with a Thursday Night Football matchup between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Cleveland Browns. In the first of two matchups for these teams this season, the AFC North rivals will be looking to get a leg up in an all-of-a-sudden competitive division.

With both the Baltimore Ravens and Cincinnati Bengals losing last week, the standings in North are closer than the Night’s Watch on a cold winter’s night.

Jacoby Brissett will once again get the start for the Browns as quarterback Deshaun Watson continues to serve out his 11-game suspension. Brissett has done a fine job leading the offense as the starting QB, with the Browns currently ranked ninth in total offense.

However, a big part of that has been the strength of the team’s run game, with both Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt putting up stellar numbers. As expected at the start of the year, the running back tandem has been one of the best in the NFL.

The Browns opened as five-point favorites at most sportsbooks heading into this Amazon Prime Thursday Night Football contest. While that number has come down some, the Browns will likely still be laying more than a field goal at home.

Before jumping on the Browns laying this number, keep one thing in mind — Action Network’s Evan Abrams notes that head coach Kevin Stefanski is just 1-11 against the spread in divisional matchups. He has the worst ATS record of any HC in the past 20 years.

Will that matter against a Steelers team that is still trying to find its identity now that Big Ben has retired and Mitch Trubisky has taken over at QB? Maybe, or maybe not.

Amazon Prime Thursday Night Football schedule

Miami Dolphins at Cincinnati Bengals
Date: Sept. 29

Indianapolis Colts at Denver Broncos
Date: Oct. 6

Washington Commanders at Chicago Bears
Date: Oct. 13

New Orleans Saints at Arizona Cardinals
Date: Oct. 20

Baltimore Ravens at Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Date: Oct. 27

Philadelphia Eagles at Houston Texans
Date: Nov. 3

Atlanta Falcons at Carolina Panthers
Date: Nov. 10

Tennessee Titans at Green Bay Packers
Date: Nov. 17

Buffalo Bills at New England Patriots
Date: Dec. 1

Las Vegas Raiders at Los Angeles Rams
Date: Dec. 8

San Francisco 49ers at Seattle Seahawks
Date: Dec. 15

Jacksonville Jaguars at New York Jets
Date: Dec. 22

Dallas Cowboys at Tennessee Titans
Date: Dec. 29

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