11 NFL Games that Amazon Prime will Stream Live in 2017


As if you needed yet another reason to be an Amazon Prime member, Amazon is the exclusive online provider for 11 Thursday Night Football games for the 2017 season. That means you’ll be able to watch games live online using your Amazon Prime subscription in case you can’t watch on CBS or the NFL Network.

The action begins Week 4 and goes all the way through Christmas Day. Wondering which games are in store for you? Here’s the full schedule (Note that there will appear to be weeks missing; those weeks simply won’t be available.):

  • Week 4, September 28th: Chicago Bears @ Green Bay Packers
  • Week 5, October 5th: New England Patriots @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  • Week 6, October 12th: Philadelphia Eagles @ Carolina Panthers
  • Week 7, October 19th: Kansas City Chiefs @ Oakland Raiders
  • Week 8, October 26th: Miami Dolphins @ Baltimore Ravens
  • Week 10, November 9th: Seattle Seahawks @ Arizona Cardinals
  • Week 11, November 16th: Tennessee Titans @ Pittsburgh Steelers
  • Week 13, November 30th: Washing Redskins @ Dallas Cowboys
  • Week 14, December 7th: New Orleans Saints @ Atlanta Falcons
  • Week 15, December 14th: Denver Broncos @ Indianapolis Colts
  • Week 16, December 25th: Pittsburgh Steelers @ Houston Texans

Try Amazon Prime

As we noted before, you’ll need to be an Amazon Prime member to take advantage. If you haven’t already signed up, be sure to give it a try with their free 30-day trial. Make sure you don’t sign up until you know the game you want to watch lands within the 30 days you’ll have your trial subscription.

Aside from NFL games, Amazon Prime also offers access to free shipping on qualifying orders, a wealth of streaming video content, streaming music, unlimited Kindle and Audible reading, access to one-hour delivery through Amazon Prime Now, Amazon Dash Buttons, Twitch Prime, and a whole lot more. It’s almost too much to list here, so be sure to explore everything you’ll get right here.

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