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This year’s Thanksgiving weekend will include turkey, leftover turkey sandwiches, and a new NFL broadcast for you to sit down and enjoy your leftover turkey sandwich. For the first time, the NFL will host a game on Black Friday, the day after the NFL’s traditional three games on Thanksgiving Day. The Black Friday match will be broadcast on Amazon Prime Video. But unlike Amazon’s regular Thursday Night Football streams, which require a Prime membership, the Black Friday game will be available to anyone with a free Amazon account.

The inaugural Black Friday game will be an AFC East clash between the 7-3 Miami Dolphins and the 4-6 New York Jets. The Dolphins lead the league with a high-powered offense behind point guard Tua Tagovailoa and speedy wingers Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle. The Jets have… the opposite of a high-powered offense, with QB Aaron Rodgers sidelined for the year and the beleaguered Zach Wilson, who was so wildly ineffective that he was benched in last week’s loss. The Jets could turn to Tim Boyle or Trevor Siemian for Friday’s game.

However, the Jets have one of the strongest defenses in the league and have been particularly good against the passing game this season. It will be a lot of fun to watch Jets All-Pro cornerback Sauce Gardner play against Hill and Waddle. Why don’t you just go make another turkey sandwich or… stuffing waffles when the Jets have the ball.

Start scheduled Friday at 15:00 EST (12:00 Polish time) with the game streaming nationwide on Prime Video.

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Tua Tagovailoa and the Miami Dolphins will face the New York Jets in the NFL’s first Black Friday game.

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With YouTube and YouTube TV now the exclusive home of NFL Sunday Ticket, as well as games streaming on Paramount Plus, Peacock and ESPN Plus, NFL fans have plenty of opportunities to follow this season. Check out our picks for the best live TV streaming services for NFL fans in 2023.

Black Friday Football: Prime Video, Twitch, Local Networks and NFL Plus

Anyone with a free Amazon account can watch the NFL’s Black Friday game The best video — no Amazon Prime or Prime Video subscription required. You can also watch for free on the Twitch Prime Video channel. (Twitch is also owned by Amazon.)

Meanwhile, Miami Dolphins and New York Jets fans at local markets will be able to watch on the terrestrial station. And if you’re already subscribed NFL Plus, the league’s $7/month streaming service (or $15/month with Red Zone), you can also stream the game. Please note that watching NFL Plus is limited to viewing on a phone or tablet, not on a computer or TV.

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Amazon’s regular Thursday Night Football games are streamed on Prime Video and require a $15-a-month Prime Video membership or a $9-a-month Prime Video subscription. None of these are necessary for a Black Friday game that can be watched by anyone with a card free Amazon account.

You’ll have four Black Friday gaming streams to choose from:

  • Main coverage with the regular Thursday Night Football lineup of Al Michaels, Kirk Herbstreit and Kaylee Hartung.
  • The usual TFN Prime Vision alternate broadcast with next-gen stats, which includes AI overlays that provide real-time stats and highlight, for example, which defenders can attack in a given game.
  • Alternative broadcast with the Dude Perfect team.
  • Broadcast in Spanish.

No matter which stream you choose, you can expect to see a range of Amazon Black Friday deals throughout the game.

The game begins at 3 p.m. ET (12 p.m. PT), and the Amazon pregame show will begin at 1:30 p.m. ET (10:30 a.m. PT).

Read our Amazon Prime Video review.

Can I watch the Black Friday game on local TV?

Yes, you can if you live in your local Dolphins or Jets market – that’s WFOR CBS 4 in Miami and WNYW Fox 5 in New York. There are two ways to watch local channels on your TV without a cable or satellite subscription. The first is for a live TV streaming service. The second option is with a terrestrial antenna if you live in an area with good reception.

You can watch local networks using a live TV streaming service, but not every service supports every local network, so check each one using the links below to make sure it supports the channel you need to play in your specific region.

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Sling TV’s Sling Blue package includes local Fox stations, but neither the Blue nor Orange plans include CBS. And offers Fox only in a handful of markets. Sling Blue costs $45 a month in markets where it offers local networks and $40 elsewhere. Read our Sling TV review.

All of the above live TV streaming services offer free trials, allow you to cancel at any time, and require a solid internet connection. Looking for more information? Check out our guide to live TV streaming services.


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