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How To Watch Thursday Night Football: Saints Vs. Rams Tonight

How To Watch Thursday Night Football: Saints Vs. Rams Tonight

Published on December 21st, 2023

The NFL’s Week 16 commences tonight in Los Angeles as the Rams play host to the Saints. In the NFC, several teams are currently sitting at .500, jostling for a Wild Card playoff berth.

Both the Saints and Rams hold a 7-7 record, placing them among five teams in the conference with the same standing.

The outcome of tonight’s game in Los Angeles will significantly impact the playoff positioning of the victorious team, while the defeated team will face a challenging road ahead.

This game holds greater significance for the Rams, as they have slim chances of catching up to the formidable 49ers in the NFC West, making the Wild Card their sole pathway to the playoffs.

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On the other hand, the Saints are currently in a first-place tie with the Buccaneers in the somewhat lackluster NFC South.

The Saints-Rams Thursday Night Football game will commence at 8:15 p.m. Eastern Time (ET), 5:15 p.m. Pacific Time (PT) tonight.

You can catch the live stream of the game nationwide on Amazon Prime Video and for free on Twitch.

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Converted Times For Different Regions:

  • United States (US):
    • Kickoff: 8:15 p.m. ET
    • Pacific Time (PT): 5:15 p.m.
  • United Kingdom (UK):
    • Kickoff: 1:15 a.m. (next day) GMT
  • India (IND):
    • Kickoff: 6:45 a.m. IST (next day)

Continue reading to explore the various ways you can catch Thursday Night Football, including on Prime Video, Twitch, NFL Plus, and, if you reside in the home market of the Saints or Rams, a local network channel.

As of now, YouTube and YouTube TV have secured the exclusive rights to NFL Sunday Ticket, and you can also catch games streaming on Paramount Plus, Peacock, and ESPN Plus.

This season offers a plethora of options for NFL enthusiasts, so stay informed with our recommendations for the top live TV streaming services for NFL fans in 2023.

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TNF Streaming Options: Prime Video, Twitch, And NFL Plus Guide

  • Thursday Night Football games are nationally streamed on Amazon Prime Video.
  • NFL fans are encouraged to sign up for an Amazon Prime account, costing $15 per month or $139 per year.
  • Alternatively, you can subscribe only to Prime Video for $9 a month.
  • Local market fans of each team can watch the game on an over-the-air station.
  • Viewers without Amazon services can watch for free on Prime Video’s Twitch channel (owned by Amazon).
  • NFL Plus, the league’s $7-per-month streaming service (or $15 with Red Zone), allows streaming without Prime or Prime Video subscription.
  • NFL Plus viewing is limited to phones or tablets, not on computers or TVs.

Local TV Coverage: Catching Thursday Night Football

Certainly, but only if you reside within the local market of either of the teams participating in Thursday’s game.

This week, as reported by 506 Sports, WDSU NBC 6 in New Orleans and KTTV Fox 11 in Los Angeles are set to broadcast the game.

To access local channels on your television, you have two options. The first involves utilizing a live TV streaming service, while the second entails using an over-the-air antenna, provided you live in an area with reliable reception.

All the aforementioned live TV streaming services offer complimentary trials, flexibility for cancellation at any time, and necessitate a stable internet connection.

If you seek further details, feel free to explore our comprehensive guide on live TV streaming services.

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