In tonight’s Thursday Night Football game in Arizona, the 2-4 New Orleans Saints vs Cardinals will try to start the road back to.500. Jameis Winston, who is injured, or backup Andy Dalton, who has started the last three games, have not yet been decided upon by the Saints as the starting quarterback. Chris Olave will be back in the lineup regardless of who gets the start; the excellent rookie receiver missed last week’s game due to an injury. DeAndre Hopkins, the Cardinals’ quarterback Kyler Murray’s go-to target, is now available after serving a six-week suspension for violating the PED policy.
Kickoff for tonight’s Thursday night football game is scheduled for 8:15 p.m. ET (5:15 p.m. PT), and Prime Video and Twitch will both stream it for free nationwide. How to watch the Saints-Cardinals game tonight and the remainder of the NFL season without cable is provided here.
Thursday Night Football- Watch Saints vs Cardinals
Thursday Night Football games used to be available on Fox or NFL Network in addition to Prime Video. NFL fans will have more motivation to join Amazon Prime for $15 a month or $139 a year this year than just free two-day shipping because the Thursday night games will be broadcast nationally on Amazon’s platforms. For $9 a month, you may also subscribe just to Prime Video.
You don’t need an Amazon Prime or Prime Video subscription to watch the game, even if Amazon is offering a tonne of extra features for its Prime Video users (including Alexa and X-Ray integration and alternate broadcasts).
Each team’s local market supporters will be able to watch on an over-the-air station for Thursday night’s game, while non-Amazon customers can watch for free on Prime Video’s Twitch channel.
You may watch the game without having Prime or Prime Video if you sign up for NFL Plus, the league’s $5 monthly streaming program. A phone or tablet is the only device that supports NFL Plus viewing; a computer or television are not supported.
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