My favorite part of the Thanksgiving weekend is preparing and eatingor digesting the Thanksgiving feast (couch nap) on the couch before watching football on Thursday. If you can not watch the TV shows of the three NFL games, you have streaming options. Each one is a bit different, however, because each game is in a different network.
When the Games Begin
Next you should know.
Game 1: Chicago Bears at Detroit Lions, 12:30 pm ET on CBS
You can stream this battle of NFC North's rivals with the Fox Sports Go app, but you'll need to confirm your cable subscription. Fox Sports Go works with ($ 445 on Amazon) . Fox Sports Go can also be accessed from a computer.devices, Android devices, and the Amazon Kindle Fire, as well as the Roku Samsung Smart TVs and Xbox One
Game 2: Washington Redskins at Dallas Cowboys, 4:30 pm ET on Fox
You can stream this clash of NFC East competitors to CBS All Access on your computer, tablet and via the following streaming devices: Android TV , Fire TV, Chromecast, Roku, PS4, Xbox One and Smart TVs from Samsung and Vizio. CBS's streaming service costs $ 6 a month with commercial breaks or $ 1
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Game 3: Atlanta Falcons in New Orleans Saints, 8:20 pm (ET) on NBC
NBC is broadcasting Sunday Night football games and adding this Thanksgiving nightcap to the NFC South teams. Although the Thursday night football game is streaming, this game is not part of the Amazon Prime Video package. If you are a pay-TV subscriber, you can watch the game on SNF All Access from NBC Sports.
Cable cutter options
If you do not have a cable or satellite subscription, you can use a streaming service such asor FuboTV– Watch the games on CBS, Fox and NBC, but the channel listings vary by service. For example, Sling TV does not offer CBS. Also, not all markets have a live program with local programs available.
If you live in a location with good reception, you can receive free football matches on over-the-air broadcast channels by addingfor almost any TV.
For an overview of NFL offerings for each streaming service, see our guide to viewing NFL games