Week 1 of the 2023 NFL season begins tonight with a Thursday Night Football bash between the Chiefs and Lions. Here's how you can tune in.
San Francisco 49ers fans are probably still relishing the news that All-Pro edge Nick Bosa has finally ended his holdout by signing the biggest contract ever for a defensive player, one that'll pay him up to $170 million over the five years tacked onto his current deal.
That means the Niners will have their top defender available for their Week 1 game on Sunday, Sept. 10 against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Unlike San Francisco now, KC probably wishes it had its star defensive lineman, Chris Jones, back from his own holdout while he awaits a new contract.
49ers fans won't feel bad for Kansas City. But they'll probably watch the Thursday night showdown anyway.
Here's how you can tune into the Amazon Prime broadcast.
Who is playing Thursday Night Football in Week 1?
The Chiefs will play hosts to the visiting Lions.
What time does Thursday Night Football begin?
Kickoff is at 8:20 p.m. ET on Thursday, Sept. 7, 2023.
What channel is Thursday Night Football on?
NBC will nationally broadcast the game on television. Mike Tirico will handle play-by-play duties with Cris Collinsworth doing color commentary. Melissa Stark wil be on the sidelines.
In the following weeks, Amazon Prime will be the lone way for fans to watch Thursday Night Football games, as the NBC broadcast is specific to the 2023 regular-season opener.
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Amazon Prime will start Thursday night broadcasts on Sept. 14.
How to stream Thursday Night Football
There are a number of options for fans to stream Thursday night's game on preferred devices.
Starting Sept. 14, fans wishing to watch Thursday Night Football will need to have an Amazon Prime account, and further information on that streaming service can be found here.
Welcome back, fans.