Your Thursday Night Football viewing experience has changed. Amazon Prime — the streaming service arm of Jeff Bezos’ retail behemoth — will continue to air Thursday night NFL games starting with tonight’s Steelers-Browns battle in Cleveland and continue through December.

Although fans in local markets will be able to watch over the air on television — tonight’s Pittsburgh and Cleveland — fans outside the market will need an Amazon Prime Video subscription ($8.99 per month only and included in the overall Amazon Prime price of $14.99 per month or $139 per year) and A streaming device set up to watch their televised games is also available on smartphones and tablets with the Prime Video app.

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18 months ago, the NFL announced in 2033. The $13 billion giant has announced that it will be the sole carrier of most Thursday night games. At a cost of $1 billion a year, that means Amazon is paying about $67. In one game million rights payment.

If nothing else, NFL fans can take advantage of one of Amazon’s free 30-day Prime trials. That gets you through Washington-Chicago in mid-October, and if you’re willing to watch that, you’re willing to watch anything.

Amazon Prime Thursday Night Football schedule

Week 2 September 15: chiefs 27, Chargers 24 | Box score, statistics

Week 3 September 22: Pittsburgh Steelers as if Cleveland Browns | Live statistics

Week 4 September 29: Miami Dolphins as if Cincinnati Bengals

Week 5, October 6: Indianapolis Colls as if Denver Broncos

Week 6, October 13: Washington commanders as if Chicago Bears

Week 7, October 20: New Orleans Saints as if Arizona Cardinals

Week 8, October 27: Baltimore Ravens as if Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Week 9, November 3: Philadelphia Eagles as if Houston Texans

Week 10, November 10: Atlanta Hawks as if Carolina Panthers

Week 11, November 17: Tennessee Titans as if Green Bay Packers

Week 13 December 1: Buffalo Bills as if The New England Patriots

Week 14, December 8: Las Vegas robbers as if Los Angeles Rams

Week 15, December 15: San Francisco 49ers as if Seattle Seahawks

Week 16, December 22: Jacksonville Jaguars as if New York Jets

Week 17 December 29: Dallas Cowboys by the Tennessee Titans

January 3, 2022;  Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA;  Pittsburgh Steelers running back Naje Harris (22) runs the ball from Cleveland Browns defensive end Jadeveen Clowney (90) and linebacker Jacob Phillips (50) during the second quarter at Heinz Field.  Mandatory Credit: Charles LeClair-USA Today Sports Amazon Prime

The Browns and Steelers renew their bitter rivalry on Thursday Night Football on Amazon Prime. (Photo by Charles LeClair-USA Today Sports)

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