With the release of the 2017 NFL regular season schedule, NFL Network announced it will televise 18 games over the course of the upcoming season, featuring nine Divisional matchups and 11 playoff teams from 2016.

As part of the 18-game schedule, 13 regular season Thursday Night Football games will be televised nationally by NFL Network, either exclusively or as a simulcast of the respective CBS or NBC broadcast.

Presented by Bud Light, the slate of 13 regular season Thursday Night Football games kicks off when the Houston Texans visit the Cincinnati Bengals on Thursday, September 14 exclusively on NFL Network. All Thursday Night Football games will again kickoff at 8:25 p.m. Eastern.

Both CBS and NBC will produce Thursday Night Football with their lead broadcasters and production teams and both will contribute to the production of Thursday Night Football exclusively on NFL Network.

Along with the simulcast on NFL Network, Amazon’s Prime Video will stream 11 games, including 10 Thursday Night Football games broadcast by CBS and NBC, as well as a Christmas Day game broadcast by NBC, to the tens of millions of Amazon Prime members worldwide, once again securing the league’s “Tri-Cast” model of broadcast (NBC/CBS), cable (NFL Network) and digital (Amazon Prime Video) distribution.

In addition to the 13 regular season Thursday Night Football games, NFL Network will televise a Week 8 International Series matchup from London, a Week 15 Saturday double header, and two Week 16 games.

The entire 18-game NFL Network schedule will also be streamed live on the NFL Mobile from Verizon app (NFL.com/mobile), the NFL app on Xbox One and Windows 10, and through Watch NFL Network on tablets, PCs and various connected TV devices (NFL.com/watch), with participating television providers.

Week 2: Thursday, September 14 – Houston at Cincinnati (NFL Network)
Week 3: Thursday, September 21 – Los Angeles Rams at San Francisco (NFL Network)
Week 4: Thursday, September 28 – Chicago at Green Bay (CBS/NFL Network/Amazon Prime Video)
Week 5: Thursday, October 5 – New England at Tampa Bay (CBS/NFL Network/Amazon Prime Video)
Week 6: Thursday, October 12 – Philadelphia at Carolina (CBS/NFL Network/Amazon Prime Video)
Week 7: Thursday, October 19 – Kansas City at Oakland (CBS/NFL Network/Amazon Prime Video)
Week 8: Thursday, October 26 – Miami at Baltimore (CBS/NFL Network/Amazon Prime Video)
Week 8: Sunday, October 29 – Minnesota at Cleveland in London (NFL Network)
Week 9: Thursday, November 2 – Buffalo at New York Jets (NFL Network)
Week 10: Thursday, November 9 – Seattle at Arizona (NBC/NFL Network/Amazon Prime Video)
Week 11: Thursday, November 16 – Tennessee at Pittsburgh (NBC/NFL Network/Amazon Prime Video)
Week 13: Thursday, November 30 – Washington at Dallas (NBC/NFL Network/Amazon Prime Video)
Week 14: Thursday, December 7 – New Orleans at ATLANTA (NBC/NFL Network/Amazon Prime Video)
Week 15: Thursday, December 14 – Denver at Indianapolis (NBC/NFL Network/Amazon Prime Video)
Week 15: Saturday, December 16 – Chicago at Detroit (NFL Network)
Week 15: Saturday, December 16 – Los Angeles Chargers at Kansas City (NFL Network)
Week 16: Saturday, December 23 – Indianapolis at Baltimore (NFL Network)
Week 16: Monday, December 25 – Pittsburgh at Houston (NBC/NFL Network/Amazon Prime Video)
For more information about ways to watch Thursday Night Football, visit: nfl.com/tnf

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