Recently we learned that Amazon was spending millions to get the rights to stream NFL games this fall. Now Amazon has launched a website that will let you see what games it is streaming.
Amazon will stream 11 NFL games this year. There will be 10 Thursday night games, and Amazon will also stream the Christmas Day game this year. You will need to be an Amazon Prime subscriber to access these games on Amazon; however, you will be able to watch them on a wide range of devices from the Fire TV and Roku to your computer.
The following is the full schedule:
- September 28: Chicago vs Green Bay
- October 5: New England vs Tampa Bay
- October 12: Philadelphia vs Carolina
- October 19: Kansas City vs Oakland
- October 26: Miami vs Baltimore
- November 9: Seattle vs Arizona
- November 16: Tennessee vs Pittsburgh
- November 30: Washington vs Dallas
- December 7: New Orleans vs Atlanta
- December 14: Denver vs Indianapolis
- December 25: Pittsburg vs Houston
Amazon has made it clear that it doesn’t plan to stop with NFL games. Recently it struck a deal for streaming rights for tennis in the United Kingdom. There are also rumors that Amazon is bidding on other sports rights.
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