What channel is the Broncos vs. Browns Thursday Night Football game on tonight?

Here's the channel and live stream information for tonight's Thursday Night Football game featuring the Broncos vs. Browns in Week 7.

Who kicks off Week 7 of the regular season in Thursday Night Football tonight? The Denver Broncos (3-3) head to FirstEnergy Stadium to take on the Cleveland Browns (3-3). Both teams head into this Thursday night game coming off of tough Week 6 losses. Here’s the channel and live stream information, as well as a preview and prediction for the Broncos vs. the Browns on Thursday Night Football.

What channel is Thursday Night Football on tonight?

  • Channel: FOX, NFL Network, Amazon Prime Video
  • Time: 8:15 PM ET
  • Live streams:
    • NFL Mobile App
    • Sling
    • fuboTV
    • YouTube TV
    • Hulu

What to expect from tonight’s Broncos vs. Browns game?

The Browns face off against the Broncos after an embarrassing 37-14 loss against the Arizona Cardinals in Week 6. Will they be able to bounce back against the Broncos with QB Baker Mayfield sidelined this week with a torn labrum in his left shoulder?

The Browns are ailing coming into Thursday Night Football

The Browns announced on Tuesday that not only was Mayfield’s labrum “completely torn,” but other parts of his shoulder were frayed as well. Originally, Mayfield wanted to play, but he will be out for Thursday Night Football tonight after some practice. Case Keenum gets the nod under center in his place.

Nevertheless, Mayfield is far from Cleveland’s only concern.

As of Tuesday’s injury report, the following players did not practice for Cleveland: WR Odell Beckham Jr., RB Nick Chubb, CB A.J. Green, T Jack Conklin, C JC Tretter, and T Jedrick Wills Jr.

It’s unclear if Beckham will suit up for Week 7 after becoming one of several Browns players to receive an MRI this week. Meanwhile, ESPN’s Adam Schefter confirmed that Chubb would miss Week 7, meaning Cleveland’s rushing attack is devastated with both Chubb and Kareem Hunt out against the Broncos.

Do or die for Denver

The Broncos started the 2021 season by winning their first three games. How have things gone since?

Denver heads into Thursday Night Football tonight tumbling through a three-game losing skid. Like the Browns, the Broncos have a few banged-up players of their own, most notably QB Teddy Bridgewater. According to head coach Vic Fangio, Bridgewater was limited at practice with a foot injury but should play.

However, given Cleveland’s current plight, Thursday Night Football tonight provides the Broncos with a perfect bounce-back opportunity. Bridgewater has struggled a bit and turned the ball over 4 times against the Raiders in Week 6. Denver has also been forced to face a more difficult schedule as of late. Their defense has suffered because of it. While the Broncos held opposing offenses to 8.7 points per game from Weeks 1-3, teams have scored 28 points per contest since.

Denver desperately needs a win to get its team back together. A win tonight on Thursday Night Football against the Browns gets things back in order. It stops some bleeding and lets the Broncos prepare for another winnable game against the Washington Football Team in Week 8. The Browns will likely struggle early getting some offensive rhythm but will start to figure things out. Still, the Broncos get a road win tonight on Thursday Night Football.

Broncos vs. Browns Prediction: Denver 24, Cleveland 17

Thursday Night Football Schedule: September

  • Dallas Cowboys at Tampa Bay Buccaneers – September 9
    • Final: Buccaneers 31, Cowboys 29
  • New York Giants at Washington Football Team – September 16
    • Final: Washington 30, Giants 29
  • Carolina Panthers at Houston Texans – September 23
    • Final: Panthers 24, Texans 9
  • Jacksonville Jaguars at Cincinnati Bengals – September 30
    • Final: Bengals 24, Jaguars 21

October

  • Los Angeles Rams at Seattle Seahawks – October 7
    • Final: Rams 26, Seattle 17
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Philadelphia Eagles – October 14
    • Final: Buccaneers 28, Eagles 22
  • Denver Broncos at Cleveland Browns – October 21
  • Green Bay Packers at Arizona Cardinals – October 28

November

  • New York Jets at Indianapolis Colts – November 4
  • Baltimore Ravens at Miami Dolphins – November 11
  • New England Patriots at Atlanta Falcons – November 18
  • Buffalo Bills at New Orleans Saints – November 25

December

  • Dallas Cowboys at New Orleans Saints – December 2
  • Pittsburgh Steelers at Minnesota Vikings – December 9
  • Kansas City Chiefs at Los Angeles Chargers – December 16
  • San Francisco 49ers at Tennessee Titans – December 23

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