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How To Watch Lions vs. Packers Match On Prime Video or Twitch

Published on September 28th, 2023

After three weeks, it’s becoming evident that the NFC North is primarily a showdown between two teams.

The Green Bay Packers and the Detroit Lions both hold 2-1 records, while the Chicago Bears and the Minnesota Vikings are still on the hunt for their first victory of the season. This means that the winner of tonight’s game will seize an early grip on the division.

The Lions are hopeful about the return of their injured running back, David Montgomery, for Thursday night’s clash.

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He is expected to team up with rookie sensation Jahmyr Gibbs, forming a dynamic two-pronged rushing attack.

This duo complements Detroit’s passing game led by QB Jared Goff, along with the contributions of wide receiver Amon-Ra St. Brown and rookie tight end Sam LaPorta.

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On the other side of the field, the Packers are cautiously optimistic about star running back Aaron Jones and wide receiver Christian Watson’s availability against the Lions.

Jones has missed the last two games, and Watson has yet to make his season debut. Both players would be valuable assets to support Jordan Love, who is in his first season as the starting quarterback for the Packers.

The Lions-Packers game on Thursday Night Football is scheduled for 8:15 p.m. ET (1:15 a.m. IST and 6:15 p.m. UK time) tonight. You can catch the game nationally on Prime Video and stream it for free on Twitch.

For more details on how to watch Thursday Night Football on Prime Video, Twitch, NFL Plus, and, if you reside in the Lions’ or Packers’ home markets, a local network channel, continue reading.

With YouTube and YouTube TV now exclusively hosting NFL Sunday Ticket, in addition to games being available on Paramount Plus, Peacock, and ESPN Plus, there’s a wealth of NFL content for fans to enjoy this season.

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Thursday Night Football Streaming On Prime Video, Twitch And NFL Plus

Thursday Night Football Streaming On Prime Video

Thursday Night Football games are now available for streaming nationwide via Amazon Prime Video, offering NFL enthusiasts an additional reason to consider an Amazon Prime membership, which costs $15 per month or $139 annually. Alternatively, you can opt for a subscription solely to Prime Video at $9 per month.

For fans residing in the local market of the participating teams on Thursday night, the games will be broadcast on local over-the-air stations.

Additionally, viewers who do not subscribe to either of Amazon’s services can still enjoy the games for free on Prime Video’s Twitch channel, as Twitch is also owned by Amazon.

Subscribers to NFL Plus, the NFL’s streaming service priced at $7 per month (or $15 per month with Red Zone included), can access the game without needing a subscription to Prime or Prime Video.

It’s worth noting that NFL Plus viewing is limited to smartphones and tablets and cannot be streamed on computers or televisions.

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How Can I Watch Thursday Night Football On Local TV?

Certainly, if you reside within the local market of either of the teams competing on Thursday, you can tune in to the game.

For this week’s match, you can catch it on WJBK Fox 2 in Detroit and WITI Fox 6 in Milwaukee and Green Bay. There are two methods to access local channels on your television:

The first option is to use a live TV streaming service.

The second option is to utilize an over-the-air antenna, provided you are located in an area with strong reception.

All five of the live TV streaming services offer Fox, but it’s important to note that not all of them carry every local network.

To confirm whether a specific service carries Fox in your area, please refer to the links provided below for each service.

Here are your options for streaming services that offer Fox, along with their monthly prices:

1. YouTube TV

Monthly Cost: $73
Availability: YouTube TV provides access to Fox. You can check which local networks are available in your area by entering your ZIP code on the YouTube TV welcome page.

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2. Hulu Plus Live TV

Monthly Cost: $70 (Note: This price is before it increases to $77 per month in October)
Availability: Hulu Plus Live TV includes Fox in most markets. You can verify the local channels available in your area by visiting their live news page and entering your ZIP code.

3. DirecTV Stream

Monthly Cost: $75
Availability: The basic $75-a-month Entertainment package from DirecTV Stream includes Fox in most markets. You can use their channel lookup tool to check for local channel availability in your specific location.

4. Fubo

Monthly Cost: $75
Availability: Fubo offers Fox in most markets as part of its $75 per month subscription.

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5. Sling TV Blue

Monthly Cost: $40 or $45 (Depending on your location)
Availability: Sling TV’s Sling Blue package includes local Fox stations, but this is available in only a limited number of markets. The monthly price for Sling Blue will either be $40 or $45, depending on your location.

Please keep in mind that channel availability may vary by region, so it’s advisable to check with each service using your ZIP code to confirm which local networks are accessible in your area.

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