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NFL Network Thursday Night Football results (2006–present)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The following is a detailed list of results and scores from National Football League games aired on NFL Network's Thursday Night Football. Starting with the 2006 NFL season, NFL Network was awarded the rights to air Thursday night games (with some extra broadcasts on Saturday nights). Previously, games played on Thursdays were broadcast on TNT and ESPN.

Results by season

Listed below are games and their respective results played from 2006 to the present.

2000s

2006 season

Day Date Visiting team Final score Host team Stadium Game notes
Thursday November 23 Denver Broncos 10–19 Kansas City Chiefs Arrowhead Stadium First prime-time Thanksgiving game in NFL history held in the request of Chiefs owner Lamar Hunt, who had asked the NFL to schedule a third game for years. At the time of the game, Hunt was hospitalized in Dallas, Texas, and died weeks later at the age of 74.
November 30 Baltimore Ravens 7–13 Cincinnati Bengals Paul Brown Stadium
December 7 Cleveland Browns 7–27 Pittsburgh Steelers Heinz Field
December 14 San Francisco 49ers 24–14 Seattle Seahawks Qwest Field Unsafe weather conditions and rain storm delay game by twenty minutes.
Saturday December 16 Dallas Cowboys 38–28 Atlanta Falcons Georgia Dome After the game, Cowboys wide receiver Terrell Owens came to the NFL Total Access set and acknowledged spitting in the face of Falcons cornerback DeAngelo Hall early in the contest. There is no video, from that night's telecast or any other source, that is known to have captured the incident, but Owens was fined $30,000 by the NFL.
Thursday December 21 Minnesota Vikings 7–9 Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field
Saturday December 23 Kansas City Chiefs 20–9 Oakland Raiders McAfee Coliseum Sideline reporter Adam Schefter reported that the Oakland Raiders had begun the process to fire head coach Art Shell, which was immediately refuted by Al Davis. Weeks later, the report was true and the Raiders indeed relieved Shell of his duties.
Saturday December 30 New York Giants 34–28 Washington Redskins FedExField
Additional notes

According to Nielsen Media Research, the Broncos-Chiefs game that opened this package was the highest-rated program on cable/satellite TV in the United States on November 23, 2006, with a 6.8 rating (among available households) and an average of 4.2 million households. These numbers are especially remarkable, considering that millions of potential fans were unable to see the game due to their cable systems not making it available to them.

2007 season

Day Date Visiting team Final score Host team Stadium Game notes
Thursday November 22 Indianapolis Colts 31–13 Atlanta Falcons Georgia Dome Fifth straight Thanksgiving Day start for quarterback Joey Harrington, who was on his third different team in as many years.
November 29 Green Bay Packers 27–37 Dallas Cowboys Texas Stadium First game since the 1990 season featuring two 10-1 teams. Eventual tie-breaker for home-field advantage in the playoffs. Following the game, Bryant Gumbel refers to Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo as Rick Romo.
December 6 Chicago Bears 16–24 Washington Redskins FedExField Redskins play game just two days after the burial of Sean Taylor. Taylor was fatally wounded in his Miami, Florida home the week before.
December 13 Denver Broncos 13–31 Houston Texans Reliant Stadium Former Broncos offensive coordinator and current Texans head coach Gary Kubiak defeats his former employer in first meeting.
Saturday December 15 Cincinnati Bengals 13–20 San Francisco 49ers Monster Park
Thursday December 20 Pittsburgh Steelers 41–24 St. Louis Rams Edward Jones Dome Former Rams running back and former NFL Network analyst Marshall Faulk's jersey #28 is retired in St. Louis.
Saturday December 22 Dallas Cowboys 20–13 Carolina Panthers Bank of America Stadium
December 29 New England Patriots 38–35 (details) New York Giants Giants Stadium Patriots complete a 16-0 regular season finish, the first undefeated NFL regular season in 35 years. The game was simulcast on NFL Network, NBC, and CBS. The game was also available to watch online at NFL.com/Live. The game was the first three-network simulcast in NFL history and the first simulcast of any kind of an NFL game since Super Bowl I in 1967, when CBS and NBC both televised the first meeting of the champions of the newly merged National Football League and American Football League.[1]

Patriots quarterback Tom Brady surpasses Peyton Manning (49 touchdowns; 2004) with his 50th touchdown of the season, a pass to wide receiver Randy Moss, which coincidentally was Moss' 23rd receiving touchdown of the year surpassing Jerry Rice (22 touchdowns; 1987). The Patriots became the highest scoring team in a single season (594 points) surpassing the 1998 Vikings' 556 points.

The Patriots and Giants would meet again in Super Bowl XLII over a month later. The Patriots were still on their undefeated streak (18-0) while the Giants were winners of an NFL-record 10-straight road games. The Giants defeated the Patriots in the rematch by a score of 17-14 to claim their third Super Bowl championship.

2008 season

Day Date Visiting team Final score Host team Stadium Game notes
Thursday November 6 Denver Broncos 34–30 Cleveland Browns Cleveland Browns Stadium
November 13 New York Jets 34–31 (OT) New England Patriots Gillette Stadium First overtime game on Thursday Night Football.
November 20 Cincinnati Bengals 10–27 Pittsburgh Steelers Heinz Field
November 27 Arizona Cardinals 20–48 Philadelphia Eagles Lincoln Financial Field After being benched following a poor performance the week before, Donovan McNabb led the Eagles to a victory over the Cardinals on Thanksgiving Day. The two teams would later meet months later in the NFC Championship with the Cardinals winning 32-25.
December 4 Oakland Raiders 7–34 San Diego Chargers Qualcomm Stadium The game was broadcast in 3D in select movie theaters across the nation.
December 11 New Orleans Saints 24–27 (OT) Chicago Bears Soldier Field
December 18 Indianapolis Colts 31–24 Jacksonville Jaguars Jacksonville Municipal Stadium
Saturday December 20 Baltimore Ravens 33–24 Dallas Cowboys Texas Stadium The final game at Texas Stadium.

2009 season

The 2009 season featured a Friday night game on December 25, as the Thursday that week was Christmas Eve, and the NFL tried not to schedule games that night in deference to the holiday (a lone exception being a Monday Night Football game in 2007 due to scheduling conflicts caused by ESPN's broadcast contracts). Also, the start times were pushed back by five minutes, to 8:20 p.m. Eastern time (except for the December 25 game, starting at 7:30 PM EST/6:30 CST).

Week Day Date Visiting team Final score Host team Stadium Game notes
10 Thursday November 12 Chicago Bears 6–10 San Francisco 49ers Candlestick Park
11 November 19 Miami Dolphins 24–17 Carolina Panthers Bank of America Stadium
12 November 26 New York Giants 6–26 Denver Broncos Invesco Field at Mile High Thanksgiving Day game
13 December 3 New York Jets 19–13 Buffalo Bills Rogers Centre Bills Toronto Series
14 December 10 Pittsburgh Steelers 6–13 Cleveland Browns Cleveland Browns Stadium
15 December 17 Indianapolis Colts 35–31 Jacksonville Jaguars Jacksonville Municipal Stadium
15 Saturday December 19 Dallas Cowboys 24–17 New Orleans Saints Louisiana Superdome
16 Friday December 25 San Diego Chargers 42–17 Tennessee Titans LP Field Christmas game

2010s

2010 season

Week Day Date Visiting Team Final Score Host Team Stadium Game Notes
10 Thursday November 11 Baltimore Ravens 21–26 Atlanta Falcons Georgia Dome
11 November 18 Chicago Bears 16–0 Miami Dolphins Sun Life Stadium
12 November 25 Cincinnati Bengals 10–26 New York Jets New Meadowlands Stadium Thanksgiving Day game
13 December 2 Houston Texans 24–34 Philadelphia Eagles Lincoln Financial Field
14 December 9 Indianapolis Colts 30–28 Tennessee Titans LP Field
15 December 16 San Francisco 49ers 7–34 San Diego Chargers Qualcomm Stadium
16 December 23 Carolina Panthers 3–27 Pittsburgh Steelers Heinz Field
16 Saturday December 25 Dallas Cowboys 26–27 Arizona Cardinals University of Phoenix Stadium Christmas game

2011 season

Week Day Date Visiting Team Final Score Host Team Stadium Game Notes
10 Thursday November 10 Oakland Raiders 24–17 San Diego Chargers Qualcomm Stadium
11 November 17 New York Jets 13–17 Denver Broncos Sports Authority Field at Mile High
12 November 24 San Francisco 49ers 6–16 Baltimore Ravens M&T Bank Stadium Thanksgiving Day game
13 December 1 Philadelphia Eagles 14–31 Seattle Seahawks CenturyLink Field
14 December 8 Cleveland Browns 3–14 Pittsburgh Steelers Heinz Field
15 December 15 Jacksonville Jaguars 14–41 Atlanta Falcons Georgia Dome
15 Saturday December 17 Dallas Cowboys 31–15 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Raymond James Stadium
16 Thursday December 22 Houston Texans 16-19 Indianapolis Colts Lucas Oil Stadium

2012 season

Starting with this season, the NFL expanded to a full season Thursday Night Football schedule. But there were some changes with the biggest being that every team was guaranteed a prime-time appearance. In addition to the Season opener, the prime-time Thanksgiving game also aired on NBC.

Week Day Date Visiting Team Final Score Host Team Stadium Game Notes
2 Thursday September 13 Chicago Bears 10–23 Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field
3 September 20 New York Giants 36–7 Carolina Panthers Bank of America Stadium
4 September 27 Cleveland Browns 16–23 Baltimore Ravens M&T Bank Stadium
5 October 4 Arizona Cardinals 3–17 St. Louis Rams Edward Jones Dome
6 October 11 Pittsburgh Steelers 23–26 Tennessee Titans LP Field
7 October 18 Seattle Seahawks 6–13 San Francisco 49ers Candlestick Park
8 October 25 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 36–17 Minnesota Vikings Mall of America Field at the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome
9 November 1 Kansas City Chiefs 13–31 San Diego Chargers Qualcomm Stadium
10 November 8 Indianapolis Colts 27–10 Jacksonville Jaguars EverBank Field
11 November 15 Miami Dolphins 14–19 Buffalo Bills Ralph Wilson Stadium
13 November 29 New Orleans Saints 13–23 Atlanta Falcons Georgia Dome
14 December 6 Denver Broncos 26–13 Oakland Raiders O.co Coliseum
15 December 13 Cincinnati Bengals 34–13 Philadelphia Eagles Lincoln Financial Field

2013 season

Week Day Date Visiting Team Final Score Host Team Stadium Game Notes
2 Thursday September 12 New York Jets 10–13 New England Patriots Gillette Stadium
3 September 19 Kansas City Chiefs 26–16 Philadelphia Eagles Lincoln Financial Field
4 September 26 San Francisco 49ers 35–11 St. Louis Rams Edward Jones Dome
5 October 3 Buffalo Bills 24–37 Cleveland Browns Cleveland Browns Stadium
5 Sunday October 6 San Diego Chargers 17–27 Oakland Raiders O.co Coliseum Originally planned to be broadcast by CBS for a 1:25 p.m. PT (4:25 p.m. ET) start, the game was pushed back to an 8:35 p.m. PT (11:35 p.m. ET) start because the stadium needed to be changed back to its football configuration following an Oakland Athletics playoff game the night before. The game was moved to NFL Network as a "special edition" of Thursday Night Football, but retained CBS production staff and commentators Ian Eagle and Dan Fouts. In San Diego, CBS affiliate KFMB-TV (who would have broadcast the game had it been played at its normal time) picked up rights to simulcast the game over-the-air.[2]
6 Thursday October 10 New York Giants 21–27 Chicago Bears Soldier Field
7 October 17 Seattle Seahawks 34–22 Arizona Cardinals University of Phoenix Stadium
8 October 24 Carolina Panthers 31–13 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Raymond James Stadium
9 October 31 Cincinnati Bengals 20–22 (OT) Miami Dolphins Sun Life Stadium
10 November 7 Washington Redskins 27–34 Minnesota Vikings Mall of America Field
11 November 14 Indianapolis Colts 30–27 Tennessee Titans Nissan Stadium
12 November 21 New Orleans Saints 17–13 Atlanta Falcons Georgia Dome
14 December 5 Houston Texans 20–27 Jacksonville Jaguars EverBank Field
15 December 12 San Diego Chargers 27–20 Denver Broncos Sports Authority Field at Mile High

2014 season

Starting with the 2014 season, the NFL and CBS signed a deal that would put part of the Thursday Night Football package on national prime-time. CBS, with an NFL Network simulcast, would air eight games (mostly the first half), while the NFL Network would air the other eight games (mostly the second half) exclusively. The deal was for one year with the option of a second year in 2015, which the NFL chose to exercise.

Week Day Date Visiting Team Final Score Host Team Stadium Network Game Notes
2 Thursday September 11 Pittsburgh Steelers 6–26 Baltimore Ravens M&T Bank Stadium CBS/NFLN First game simulcast on CBS and NFL Network.
3 September 18 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 14–56 Atlanta Falcons Georgia Dome
4 September 25 New York Giants 45–14 Washington Redskins FedExField
5 October 2 Minnesota Vikings 10–42 Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field
6 October 9 Indianapolis Colts 33–28 Houston Texans NRG Stadium
7 October 16 New York Jets 25–27 New England Patriots Gillette Stadium
8 October 23 San Diego Chargers 21–35 Denver Broncos Sports Authority Field at Mile High
9 October 30 New Orleans Saints 28–10 Carolina Panthers Bank of America Stadium NFLN First game on NFL Network, with CBS Sports production.
10 November 6 Cleveland Browns 24–3 Cincinnati Bengals Paul Brown Stadium
11 November 13 Buffalo Bills 9–22 Miami Dolphins Sun Life Stadium
12 November 20 Kansas City Chiefs 20–24 Oakland Raiders O.co Coliseum
14 December 4 Dallas Cowboys 41–28 Chicago Bears Soldier Field
15 December 11 Arizona Cardinals 12–6 St. Louis Rams Edward Jones Dome
16 December 18 Tennessee Titans 13–21 Jacksonville Jaguars EverBank Field
Saturday December 20 Philadelphia Eagles 24–27 Washington Redskins FedExField
San Diego Chargers 38–35 San Francisco 49ers Levi's Stadium CBS/NFLN

2015 season

Week Day Date Visiting Team Final Score Host Team Stadium Network Significance Game Notes
2 Thursday September 17 Denver Broncos 31–24 Kansas City Chiefs Arrowhead Stadium CBS/NFLN Broncos-Chiefs rivalry Bradley Roby scooped up a Chiefs fumble, and ran it all the way back for the winning score.
3 September 24 Washington Redskins 21–32 New York Giants MetLife Stadium Giants-Redskins rivalry
4 October 1 Baltimore Ravens 23–20 (OT) Pittsburgh Steelers Heinz Field Ravens-Steelers rivalry
5 October 8 Indianapolis Colts 27–20 Houston Texans NRG Stadium Colts-Texans rivalry
6 October 15 Atlanta Falcons 21–31 New Orleans Saints Mercedes-Benz Superdome Falcons-Saints rivalry
7 October 22 Seattle Seahawks 20–3 San Francisco 49ers Levi's Stadium 49ers-Seahawks rivalry
8 October 29 Miami Dolphins 7–36 New England Patriots Gillette Stadium Dolphins-Patriots rivalry
9 November 5 Cleveland Browns 10–31 Cincinnati Bengals Paul Brown Stadium NFLN Bengals-Browns rivalry
10 November 12 Buffalo Bills 22–17 New York Jets MetLife Stadium Bills-Jets rivalry First game with the NFL Color Rush uniforms.
11 November 19 Tennessee Titans 13–19 Jacksonville Jaguars EverBank Field None
13 December 3 Green Bay Packers 27–23 Detroit Lions Ford Field CBS/NFLN Lions-Packers rivalry (Miracle in Motown)
14 December 10 Minnesota Vikings 20–23 Arizona Cardinals University of Phoenix Stadium NFLN None
15 Thursday December 17 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 23–31 St. Louis Rams Edward Jones Dome None The Rams’ last home game in St. Louis.
Saturday December 19 New York Jets 19–16 Dallas Cowboys AT&T Stadium None
16 Thursday December 24 San Diego Chargers 20–23 (OT) Oakland Raiders O.co Coliseum Chargers-Raiders rivalry Charles Woodson’s last game at home.
Saturday December 26 Washington Redskins 38–24 Philadelphia Eagles Lincoln Financial Field Eagles-Redskins rivalry

2016 season

For the 2016 and 2017 seasons, a new Thursday Night Football deal took effect. Thursday Night Football was now an 18-game schedule with CBS broadcasting 5 games, NBC broadcasting 5 games, and the NFL Network simulcasting the whole season with 8 games exclusively. CBS Sports and NBC Sports each produced 4 NFL Network-only games.[3] The NFL also sold the digital rights to the package separately to Twitter.[4] Due to scheduling conflicts, NBC Sports had Mike Tirico team up with Cris Collinsworth for the Giants-Eagles game. Tirico, Doug Flutie, and Tony Dungy also called Dolphins-Jets and Ravens-Steelers.

Week Day Date Visiting Team Final Score Host Team Stadium Network Game Notes
2 Thursday September 15 New York Jets 37–31 Buffalo Bills New Era Field CBS/NFLN/Twitter
3 September 22 Houston Texans 0–27 New England Patriots Gillette Stadium
4 September 29 Miami Dolphins 7–22 Cincinnati Bengals Paul Brown Stadium NFLN
5 October 6 Arizona Cardinals 33-21 San Francisco 49ers Levi's Stadium CBS/NFLN/Twitter
6 October 13 Denver Broncos 13–21 San Diego Chargers Qualcomm Stadium
7 October 20 Chicago Bears 10–26 Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field
Sunday October 23 New York Giants 17–10 Los Angeles Rams Twickenham Stadium NFLN Game played in London as part of the NFL International Series, and was branded as a "Thursday Night Special". Per NFL rules, the game was also simulcast on KCBS-TV in Los Angeles and WCBS-TV in New York.
8 Thursday October 27 Jacksonville Jaguars 22–36 Tennessee Titans Nissan Stadium
9 November 3 Atlanta Falcons 43–28 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Raymond James Stadium NBC Sports began producing this week.
The game was also simulcast on WFLA-TV in Tampa Bay and WXIA in Atlanta.
10 November 10 Cleveland Browns 7–28 Baltimore Ravens M&T Bank Stadium The game was also simulcast on WKYC-TV in Cleveland and WBAL-TV in Baltimore.
11 November 17 New Orleans Saints 20–23 Carolina Panthers Bank of America Stadium NBC/NFLN/Twitter First Thursday night game simulcast on NBC and NFL Network
13 December 1 Dallas Cowboys 17–15 Minnesota Vikings U.S. Bank Stadium
14 December 8 Oakland Raiders 13–21 Kansas City Chiefs Arrowhead Stadium Chiefs took over first place in the AFC West with the win. They would go on to win the division via tiebreaker with the Raiders, who finished with the same record as the Chiefs.
15 December 15 Los Angeles Rams 3–24 Seattle Seahawks CenturyLink Field Seahawks clinched the NFC West division title. Primetime debut for Rams rookie quarterback Jared Goff.
Saturday December 17 Miami Dolphins 34–13 New York Jets Metlife Stadium NFLN The game was also simulcast on WFOR-TV in Miami and WNBC-TV in New York. Tony Dungy, after doing Football Night in New York, called the game with Mike Tirico and Doug Flutie.
16 Thursday December 22 New York Giants 19–24 Philadelphia Eagles Lincoln Financial Field NBC/NFLN/Twitter
Saturday December 24 Cincinnati Bengals 10–12 Houston Texans NRG Stadium NFLN Game was also simulcast on KHOU-TV in Houston and WKRC-TV in Cincinnati. Texans clinched the AFC South division title with win, combined with the Titans loss to the Jaguars earlier that day.
Sunday December 25 Baltimore Ravens 27–31 Pittsburgh Steelers Heinz Field Christmas game. This game was also simulcast on WBAL-TV in Baltimore, and on WCAU-TV in Pittsburgh. Antonio Brown stretched the ball over the goal line for the game-winning touchdown, giving the Steelers the AFC North division title, eliminating the Ravens from playoff contention, and get the Kansas City Chiefs into the playoffs, who would then win later that night, to let the Miami Dolphins get the last playoff berth in the AFC.

2017 season

2017 marked the second and final year of the NFL's Thursday Night Football contract with CBS and NBC, as Fox would take over next season. Also, Amazon replaced Twitter as the digital rights holder. Also, along with the change in digital viewing, it was announced that there were 11 games simulcast between CBS, NBC, and NFL Network. While CBS kept the original 5 games, NBC simulcasted 6 games with NFL Network. Also, the change meant that CBS produced 4 NFL Network-only games, while NBC produced 3 NFL Network-only games, including a Week 15 Saturday doubleheader.[5] In addition, after being banned from TNF for a year, and as backup play-by-play for NBC, Mike Tirico replaced Al Michaels full-time on Thursday night games. Tirico became the new studio host, replacing Bob Costas, who retired from many major jobs with the network, like the Olympics. He was also slated to be backup play-by-play announcer, replacing Michaels on various occasions. Michaels focused on Sunday night games, while Tirico handled Thursday nights with Cris Collinsworth or Kurt Warner.

Week Day Date Visiting Team Final Score Host Team Stadium Network Game Notes
2 Thursday September 14 Houston Texans 13–9 Cincinnati Bengals Paul Brown Stadium NFLN Game was also simulcast on KPRC-TV in Houston and WLWT-TV in Cincinnati. Deshaun Watson made his first career start, and ran for a 49-yard touchdown.
3 September 21 Los Angeles Rams 41–39 San Francisco 49ers Levi's Stadium This became the highest scoring TNF game: also simulcast on KNBC in Los Angeles and KNTV in San Francisco. Todd Gurley scored 3 first half touchdowns.
4 September 28 Chicago Bears 14–35 Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field CBS/NFLN/Amazon Video There was a 45 minute weather delay in between the first and second quarters.
5 October 5 New England Patriots 19–14 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Raymond James Stadium
6 October 12 Philadelphia Eagles 28–23 Carolina Panthers Bank of America Stadium
7 October 19 Kansas City Chiefs 30–31 Oakland Raiders Oakland Coliseum Michael Crabtree scored the game winning touchdown on an untimed down.
8 October 26 Miami Dolphins 0–40 Baltimore Ravens M&T Bank Stadium Largest margin of victory on Thursday Night Football, since September 18, 2014. Last game simulcast on CBS and NFL Network.
Sunday October 29 Minnesota Vikings 33–16 Cleveland Browns Twickenham Stadium NFLN Game played in London as part of the NFL International Series and was branded as an "NFL Network Special"; Kickoff at 9:30 ET. Simulcast on WCCO in Minnesota and WOIO in Cleveland.
9 Thursday November 2 Buffalo Bills 21–34 New York Jets MetLife Stadium Simulcast on WCBS-TV in New York and WIVB-TV in Buffalo.
10 November 9 Seattle Seahawks 22–16 Arizona Cardinals University of Phoenix Stadium NBC/NFLN/Amazon Video Russell Wilson completed a spectacular circus play to Doug Baldwin, who took it down to the Cardinals 2 yard line, which led to a Jimmy Graham touchdown, one of two touchdowns he had in this game.
11 November 16 Tennessee Titans 17–40 Pittsburgh Steelers Heinz Field Antonio Brown caught 3 touchdowns in the game, including a one-handed helmet catch.
13 November 30 Washington Redskins 14–38 Dallas Cowboys AT&T Stadium
14 December 7 New Orleans Saints 17–20 Atlanta Falcons Mercedes-Benz Stadium Deion Jones picked off Drew Brees to seal an upset of the division leading Saints.
15 December 14 Denver Broncos 25–13 Indianapolis Colts Lucas Oil Stadium Brock Osweiler came in for an injured Trevor Siemian, and threw for 194 yards and 2 touchdowns, leading the Broncos to the victory.
Saturday December 16 Chicago Bears 10–20 Detroit Lions Ford Field NFLN Kickoff at 4:30 ET; TNF doubleheader. NBC production featuring Kurt Warner as analyst with Tirico doing play-by-play; simulcast on WDIV-TV in Detroit and WMAQ-TV in Chicago.
Los Angeles Chargers 13–30 Kansas City Chiefs Arrowhead Stadium TNF doubleheader with kickoff at 8:25 ET; CBS production with Greg Gumbel and Trent Green. Simulcast on KCAL-TV in Los Angeles and KCTV in Kansas City.
16 December 23 Indianapolis Colts 16–23 Baltimore Ravens M&T Bank Stadium Kickoff at 4:30 ET; CBS production with Greg Gumbel and Trent Green. Last game produced by CBS Sports. Game was also simulcast on WJZ-TV in Baltimore and WTTV-TV in Indianapolis.
Monday December 25 Pittsburgh Steelers 34–6 Houston Texans NRG Stadium NBC/NFLN/Amazon Video Kickoff at 4:30 ET; Tirico and Warner on the call. Last game simulcast on NBC and NFL Network, and last game with NBC Sports production. DeAndre Hopkins made an incredible circus catch for a touchdown, which was the Texans’ only offensive spark of the game.

2018 season

2018 marked the first year of Thursday Night Football on Fox. Fox Sports produced all 18 regular season games with 11 of those games on the Fox network (between weeks 4-15).[6] Starting in 2018, the NFL moved the start time of Thursday Night Football back, from 8:25 p.m. ET to 8:20 p.m. ET. All TNF games on Fox were streamed online via Prime Video, who replaced Twitter in 2017, under the CBS/NBC contract, with fellow Amazon subsidiary Twitch streaming all games as well with Prime Video.

Week Day Date Visiting Team Final Score Host Team Stadium Network Game Notes
2 Thursday September 13 Baltimore Ravens 23–34 Cincinnati Bengals Paul Brown Stadium NFLN First game with Fox Sports production. Simulcast on WBAL-TV in Baltimore and WKRC-TV in Cincinnati. A.J. Green caught 3 first half touchdowns.
3 September 20 New York Jets 17–21 Cleveland Browns FirstEnergy Stadium Simulcast on WOIO-TV in Cleveland and WNBC-TV in New York. This game marked the end of a 635-day winless streak for the Cleveland Browns (19 games); their last win coming on December 24, 2016 versus the San Diego Chargers.
4 September 27 Minnesota Vikings 31–38 Los Angeles Rams Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Fox/NFLN/Prime Video/Twitch First game simulcast on Fox and NFL Network. Jared Goff finished with his first career perfect passer rating game.
5 October 4 Indianapolis Colts 24–38 New England Patriots Gillette Stadium Fox/NFLN/Amazon Prime Video/Twitch Tom Brady threw 500th career touchdown pass to Josh Gordon.
6 October 11 Philadelphia Eagles 34–13 New York Giants MetLife Stadium Fox/NFLN/Prime Video/Twitch Saquon Barkley finished with 229 all-purpose yards (130 rushing, 99 receiving), along with a rushing touchdown. Alshon Jeffery and Zach Ertz combined for 101 receiving yards and 3 touchdowns.
7 October 18 Denver Broncos 45–10 Arizona Cardinals State Farm Stadium Fox/NFLN/Prime Video/Twitch
8 October 25 Miami Dolphins 23–42 Houston Texans NRG Stadium Fox/NFLN/Prime Video/Twitch
Sunday October 28 Philadelphia Eagles 24–18 Jacksonville Jaguars Wembley Stadium NFLN Game played in London, as part of the NFL International Series. Kickoff at 9:30 a.m. ET. Per NFL rules, this game was also simulcast on WPVI-TV in Philadelphia, and WFOX-TV in Jacksonville. Zach Ertz caught game winning touchdown pass.
9 Thursday November 1 Oakland Raiders 3–34 San Francisco 49ers Levi's Stadium Fox/NFLN/Prime Video/Twitch Battle of the Bay. Nick Mullens made first career start.
10 November 8 Carolina Panthers 21–52 Pittsburgh Steelers Heinz Field Fox/NFLN/Prime Video/Twitch Ben Roethlisberger finished with a perfect passer rating, the fourth in his career.
11 November 15 Green Bay Packers 24–27 Seattle Seahawks CenturyLink Field Fox/NFLN/Prime Video/Twitch
13 November 29 New Orleans Saints 10–13 Dallas Cowboys AT&T Stadium Fox/NFLN/Prime Video/Twitch Became the most watched Thursday Night Football game in program history.
14 December 6 Jacksonville Jaguars 9–30 Tennessee Titans Nissan Stadium Fox/NFLN/Prime Video/Twitch Derrick Henry tied all-time NFL record with a 99-yard touchdown run, to go along with a 238-yard, 4 touchdown night.
15 December 13 Los Angeles Chargers 29–28 Kansas City Chiefs Arrowhead Stadium Fox/NFLN/Prime Video/Twitch Mike Williams caught go-ahead two point conversion to win the game, with 4 seconds left in regulation, to go along with 2 touchdowns, as the Chargers clinched a playoff berth with the win.
Saturday December 15 Houston Texans 29–22 New York Jets MetLife Stadium NFLN Part of an NFL Network Doubleheader; kickoff at 4:30 p.m. ET. Also simulcast on KHOU-TV in Houston, and WNBC-TV in New York.
Cleveland Browns 17–16 Denver Broncos Broncos Stadium at Mile High NFLN Part of an NFL Network Doubleheader; kickoff at 8:20 p.m. ET. Also simulcast on WOIO-TV in Cleveland, and KDVR-TV in Denver.
16 December 22 Washington Redskins 16–25 Tennessee Titans Nissan Stadium NFLN Part of an NFL Network Doubleheader; kickoff at 4:30 p.m. ET. One of the four games eligible to be flexed into the NFL Network Saturday Doubleheader. Simulcast on WRC-TV in Washington, and on WSMV-TV in Tennessee.
Baltimore Ravens 22–10 Los Angeles Chargers StubHub Center NFLN Part of an NFL Network Doubleheader; kickoff at 8:20 p.m. ET. One of the four games eligible to be flexed into the NFL Network Saturday Doubleheader. Also simulcast on WBAL-TV in Baltimore, and KABC-TV in Los Angeles.

2019 season

Week Day Date Visiting Team Final Score Host Team Stadium Network Significance Game Notes
2 Thursday September 12 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 20-14 Carolina Panthers Bank of America Stadium NFLN Buccaneers-Panthers rivalry Game also simulcast on WMOR-TV in Tampa Bay, and WJZY-TV in Carolina. Christian McCaffrey stopped short of goal line for what would have been the game winning touchdown.
3 September 19 Tennessee Titans 7-20 Jacksonville Jaguars TIAA Bank Field Jaguars-Titans rivalry Game also simulcast on WZTV-TV in Tennessee and WJXX-TV in Jacksonville.
4 September 26 Philadelphia Eagles 34-27 Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field Fox/NFLN/Prime Video/Twitch None Aaron Rodgers threw goal line interception, giving the Eagles the win.
5 October 3 Los Angeles Rams 29-30 Seattle Seahawks CenturyLink Field Fox/Prime Video/Twitch None In order to implement an effective blackout of the game for Dish Network subscribers due to a carriage dispute with Fox, this game was not simulcast by NFL Network.[7][8]
6 October 10 New York Giants 14-35 New England Patriots Gillette Stadium Fox/NFLN/Prime Video/Twitch Commemoration of the Super Bowls XLII (David Tyree helmet catch spoiled the Patriots' perfect run) and XLVI (NFL 100)
Sunday October 13 Carolina Panthers 37-26 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tottenham Hotspur Stadium NFLN Buccaneers-Panthers rivalry Part of the NFL International Series. Game also simulcast on WJZY-TV in Carolina and WMOR-TV in Tampa Bay. 9:30 AM kickoff.
7 Thursday October 17 Kansas City Chiefs 30-6 Denver Broncos Empower Field at Mile High Fox/NFLN/Prime Video/Twitch Broncos-Chiefs rivalry
8 October 24 Washington Redskins 9-19 Minnesota Vikings US Bank Stadium None
9 October 31 San Francisco 49ers 28-25 Arizona Cardinals State Farm Stadium None
Sunday November 3 Houston Texans 26-3 Jacksonville Jaguars Wembley Stadium NFLN None Part of the NFL International Series. Game also simulcast on KRIV-TV in Houston and WJXX-TV in Jacksonville. Kickoff at 9:30 AM.
10 Thursday November 7 Los Angeles Chargers 24-26 Oakland Raiders RingCentral Coliseum Fox/NFLN/Prime Video/Twitch Chargers-Raiders rivalry Final primetime football game at the Oakland Alameda-County Coliseum.
11 Thursday November 14 Pittsburgh Steelers 7-21 Cleveland Browns FirstEnergy Stadium Browns-Steelers rivalry Browns defeat Steelers for the first time in 5 years.
12 Thursday November 21 Indianapolis Colts 17-20 Houston Texans NRG Stadium Colts-Texans rivalry
14 Thursday December 5 Dallas Cowboys 24-31 Chicago Bears Soldier Field None
15 Thursday December 12 New York Jets 21-42 Baltimore Ravens M&T Bank Stadium None Ravens clinch second straight AFC North title as quarterback Lamar Jackson breaks Michael Vick's record, set in 2006, for quarterback rushing yards in a season.
16 Saturday December 21 Houston Texans 23-20 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Raymond James Stadium NFLN None 1 PM Kickoff. Game is also simulcast on KRIV-TV in Houston and WMOR-TV in Tampa Bay. One of 5 games under consideration for Saturday flex scheduling.
Buffalo Bills 17-24 New England Patriots Gillette Stadium Bills-Patriots rivalry 4:25 PM Kickoff. Game is also simulcast on WKBW-TV in Buffalo, and WBZ-TV in New England. One of 5 games under consideration for Saturday flex scheduling.
Los Angeles Rams 31-34 San Francisco 49ers Levi's Stadium 49ers-Rams rivalry Game is also simulcast on KCBS-TV in Los Angeles, and KNTV-TV in San Francisco. One of 5 games under consideration for Saturday flex scheduling.

2020 season

The Vikings-Saints game will kickoff at 4:30 p.m. ET. Week 15 and 16 will have games on Saturday. For week 15, three of the following games will be flexed: Texans-Colts, Panthers-Packers, Bills-Broncos, Jets-Rams, Lions-Titans. For week 16, three of the following games will be flexed: Dolphins-Raiders, Broncos-Chargers, Buccaneers-Lions, 49ers-Cardinals, Browns-Jets. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all international series games were moved back to the US.[9]

Week Day Date Visiting Team Final Score Host Team Stadium Network Game Notes
2 Thursday September 17 Cincinnati Bengals - Cleveland Browns FirstEnergy Stadium NFLN
3 September 24 Miami Dolphins - Jacksonville Jaguars TIAA Bank Stadium
4 October 1 Denver Broncos - New York Jets Metlife Stadium
5 October 8 Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Chicago Bears Soldier Field Fox/NFLN/Prime Video
6 October 15 Kansas City Chiefs - Buffalo Bills New Era Field
7 October 22 New York Giants - Philadelphia Eagles Lincoln Financial Field
8 October 29 Atlanta Falcons - Carolina Panthers Bank of America Stadium
9 November 5 Green Bay Packers - San Francisco 49ers Levi's Stadium NFC Championship game rematch.
10 November 12 Indianapolis Colts - Tennessee Titans Nissan Stadium
11 November 19 Arizona Cardinals - Seattle Seahawks CenturyLink Field
13 December 3 Dallas Cowboys - Baltimore Ravens M&T Bank Stadium
14 December 10 New England Patriots - Los Angeles Rams SoFi Stadium
15 December 17 Los Angeles Chargers - Las Vegas Raiders Allegiant Stadium
Saturday December 19 TBD - TBD TBD NFLN
TBD - TBD TBD
TBD - TBD TBD
16 Friday December 25 Minnesota Vikings - New Orleans Saints Mercedes-Benz Superdome Fox/NFLN/Amazon Prime Christmas game. First Friday NFL game since 2009.
Saturday December 26 TBD - TBD TBD NFLN
TBD - TBD TBD
TBD - TBD TBD

See also

References

  1. ^ Associated Press. Pats-Giants to be first three-network simulcast in NFL history ESPN.com, 26 December 2007.
  2. ^ "Late-night TV looming for Chargers fans". U-T San Diego. Retrieved 7 October 2013.
  3. ^ "CBS, NBC will share Thursday Night Football". Retrieved 2016-03-07.
  4. ^ "Amazon, Facebook and Verizon interested in streaming NFL games". Awful Announcing. Retrieved 2016-03-07.
  5. ^ Wingfield, Nick (2017-04-04). "Amazon Will Stream N.F.L.'s Thursday Night Games". The New York Times. ISSN 0362-4331. Retrieved 2017-04-21.
  6. ^ "NFL, FOX Sports reach 'Thursday Night Football' agreement". NFL.com. Retrieved 2018-04-18.
  7. ^ Florio, Mike (2019-10-05). "FOX-Dish dispute results in broader NFL Network blackout on Thursday night". ProFootballTalk. Retrieved 2019-10-05.
  8. ^ "NFL Network now won't simulcast Thursday Night Football over Fox-Dish dispute". Awful Announcing. 2019-10-03. Retrieved 2019-10-05.
  9. ^ NFLEmailEmailBioBioFollowFollow, Mark Maske closeMark MaskeSports reporter covering the. "NFL cancels international games for 2020 season, will release full schedule Thursday". Washington Post. Retrieved 2020-05-08.
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