Watch Black Friday and Thanksgiving NFL Games Without Cable

Thanksgiving NFL Games go hand in hand, much like Aunt Margaret’s sweet potato pie. As the aroma of turkey fills the air, take a break on the couch to catch some NFL action while playoff season kicks off.

Thanksgiving NFL Games Lineup and Channels

Find out which teams are playing on Thanksgiving and Black Friday and how you can catch the action.

  • Thanksgiving Day (Nov. 23):
    • Green Bay Packers vs. Detroit Lions: 12:30 p.m. ET on Fox
    • Washington Commanders vs. Dallas Cowboys: 4:30 p.m. ET on CBS
    • San Francisco 49ers vs. Seattle Seahawks: 8:20 p.m. ET on NBC
  • Black Friday (Nov. 24):
    • Miami Dolphins vs. New York Jets: 3:00 p.m. ET on Amazon

Watching NFL Games for Free on Thanksgiving

Discover how you can watch NFL games for free on Thanksgiving, even without a cable subscription, using HD antennas and other options.

Streaming NFL Games Online Without Cable

Explore various streaming options to watch NFL games online without a cable subscription, both on Thanksgiving and Black Friday.


    • Access to several games, including Thanksgiving night’s contest.
    • Seven-day free trial, followed by a $6 or $12 monthly charge.


    • Part of the Disney bundle with Hulu and ESPN+.
    • No free trial; $15 per month for all three services.

Hulu with Live TV

    • Monthly charges of $77.
    • No free trial available.


    • Monthly charges of $73 after a two-week trial.

Sling TV

    • Lower-tiered “Orange” plan at $40 per month.
    • “Blue” plan at $55 per month.
    • No free trial but offering 50% off the first month.

DirecTV Stream

    • Monthly charges starting at $75.
    • No free trial mentioned.

Fubo TV

    • Sports-focused service with a seven-day free trial.
    • Monthly charges of $75 and up.

Watching NFL Games on Amazon

Learn about the exception on Thanksgiving: Amazon will not air the evening game but will exclusively carry a Black Friday game.

NFL Viewing Packages and Options

Explore the options provided by the NFL for streaming games, including the NFL App, NFL+, and NFL Sunday Ticket.

How Watching Football Became A Thanksgiving Tradition

In the end, whether you’re gathered with family or taking a break from Black Friday shopping, these options ensure you won’t miss a moment of the NFL action during the Thanksgiving holiday.

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