Thursday Night Football: How to Watch On Amazon? Who Are The Announcers?

Amazon prime’s Thursday night football is announced between the chief and chargers. This is the first NFL TNF game of the season that will be telecasted live on Thursday, September 15.

The Kansas City Chiefs will play against the Los Angeles Chargers at Arrowhead Stadium. It is known that Amazon is paying the NFL to televise it’s other 15 regular seasons. 

While the inaugural Thursday Night Football will kick off at Amazon Prime at 8:15 pm EST and pre-game coverage will start from 7:00 pm.

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Who are the Thursday Night Football Announcers?

With the NFL making an entry into the modern era, it is obviously time taking for them to get used to it. To tackle the issues they are facing, Amazon has built a team of broadcasters and pundits. This will ensure streamlining the game without any complications.

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Amazon’s broadcast team features many of the biggest names in the business such as Al Michaels, a longtime college football analyst Kirk Herbstreit, Kaylee Hartung, and Michael Smith. 

The studio team of prime is covering many games including pre-game, halftime, and post-game shows. The team features NFL veterans Richard Sherman, Andrew Whitworth, Tony Gonzalez, Ryan Fitzpatrick, Taylor Rooks, and Charissa Thompson.

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Thursday Night Football: How to Watch on Amazon?

Everybody is very excited to watch Thursday night football as it’s making its debut on Amazon prime. This will stream live on Amazon. If you are willing to watch tonight’s game between the Kansas Chiefs and the LA Chargers, you must have an Amazon prime membership.

You can also get the advantage of watching the next 14 regular Thursday night football games on Amazon via membership. If you already have one, be relaxed because you have access to TNF.

But if you have not subscribed to Amazon prime yet, you can go and sign up for an Amazon prime membership with plans of $139 a year and $14.99 a month.

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Are you not sure about the well functioning of Amazon Prime? That’s totally okay. Because you can also sign up for a 30-day free trial that could give you a demo of how advantageous Prime’s membership could be for you. 

Other than Amazon Prime each and every game will also stream live on Twitch and broadcast on over-the-air television. 

NFL will also stream TNF live on its new service NFL+. All of this aside, it will also stream on devices such as Amazon Fire Stick, and Apple TV player. 

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