Thursday Night Football is back tonight when quarterback Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers host the division rival Chicago Bears at 8:25 PM ET.
CBS kicks off its fourth consecutive season of Thursday Night Football coverage. Jim Nantz and Tony Romo, along with Tracy Wolfson and Jay Feely call the action from Green Bay.
At 6:00 PM ET on NFL Network, TNF GameDay previews the Bears-Packers matchup with host Amber Theoharis and analysts Marshall Faulk, Michael Irvin and Steve Mariucci live from NFL Network’s MediaCruiser located outside of Lambeau Field. New this season, NFL Network’s MediaCruiser is a mobile set which will allow for the network to broadcast from any location and provide an opportunity to interact with fans across the country in an intimate setting, offering a great TV viewing experience.
At 7:30 PM ET on CBS, NFL Network and Amazon Prime Video, Thursday Night Kickoff airs from inside Lambeau Field with James Brown, Deion Sanders and Bill Cowher, providing the final say leading up to kick-off between Bears-Packers.
At halftime, Brown, Sanders and Cowher break down the first half. Immediately following the game, the postgame show airs live from Lambeau Field on CBS, NFL Network and Amazon Prime Video, with Theoharis, Sanders, Faulk, Irvin and Mariucci providing highlights, analysis and live interviews.
Additional postgame coverage continues at 12 Midnight ET from Los Angeles with Chris Rose, Willie McGinest, David Carr and DeMarcus Ware on NFL Total Access: Endgame.
During Bears-Packers on Thursday Night Football, the NFL will include in-game messages inviting fans across the country to join in a huddle for relief as it rallies behind those who have been and continue to be affected by Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico and other areas. Fans can text MARIA to 90999 to donate $10 to American Red Cross Hurricane Relief and to donate to Miami Dolphins linebacker Kiko Alonso’s fundraising campaign.
Beginning this week, Amazon 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 (CBS/NBC), cable (NFL Network), and digital (Amazon Prime Video) distribution.