NFL Network and FOX announced the Thursday Night Football Presented by Bud Light primetime broadcast schedule for the 2018 NFL season today.

The 13-game Thursday Night Football schedule features 11 games on FOX which will be simulcast on NFL Network and two NFL Network exclusive games.

The 2018 Thursday Night Football schedule kicks off Week 2 when Baltimore visits the Cincinnati Bengals on Thursday, September 13 in an AFC North divisional matchup exclusively on NFL Network. All Thursday Night Football games will kick off at 8:20 p.m. Eastern.

The 2018 Thursday Night Football slate of games on FOX and simulcast on NFL Network begins Week 4 when the Los Angeles Rams host the Minnesota Vikings on Thursday, September 27 in a matchup of two playoff teams from 2017. This year marks the first year of a five-year partnership with FOX to broadcast Thursday Night Football games.

In addition to the 13 Thursday Night Football games, NFL Network will televise a Week 8 International Series matchup from London (Philadelphia vs. Jacksonville), a Week 15 Saturday doubleheader (Houstonvs. New York Jets and Cleveland vs. Denver) and a Week 16 Saturday doubleheader with matchups to be determined.

FOX will produce all 18 games on NFL Network this season, which feature 10 playoff teams from 2017, including the Super Bowl LII champion Philadelphia Eagles.

Week 2: Thursday, September 13 (NFL Network) – Baltimore at Cincinnati
Week 3: Thursday, September 20 (NFL Network) – New York Jets at Cleveland
Week 4: Thursday, September 27 (FOX/NFL Network) – Minnesota at Los Angeles Rams
Week 5: Thursday, October 4 (FOX/NFL Network) – Indianapolis at New England
Week 6: Thursday, October 11 (FOX/NFL Network) – Philadelphia at New York Giants
Week 7: Thursday, October 18 (FOX/NFL Network) – Denver at Arizona
Week 8: Thursday, October 25 (FOX/NFL Network) – Miami at Houston
Week 8: Sunday, October 28 (NFL Network) – Philadelphia at Jacksonville (London)
Week 9: Thursday, November 1 (FOX/NFL Network) – Oakland at San Francisco
Week 10: Thursday, November 8 (FOX/NFL Network) – Carolina at Pittsburgh
Week 11: Thursday, November 15 (FOX/NFL Network) – Green Bay at Seattle
Week 13: Thursday, November 29 (FOX/NFL Network) – New Orleans at Dallas
Week 14: Thursday, December 6 (FOX/NFL Network) – Jacksonville at Tennessee
Week 15: Thursday, December 13 (FOX/NFL Network) – Los Angeles Chargers at Kansas City
Week 15: Saturday, December 15 (NFL Network) – Houston at New York Jets
Week 15: Saturday, December 15 (NFL Network) – Cleveland at Denver
Week 16: Saturday, December 22 (NFL Network) – Teams TBD
Week 16: Saturday, December 22 (NFL Network) – Teams TBD

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