Thursday Night Football Schedule 2020, Game Time, Live on TV

Here’s the new NFL Thursday Night Football schedule 2020. It includes the NFL season kicks off on a Thursday night with Texans vs Chiefs which will start at 8:20 p.m. ET. It also includes a week with a condensed TNF Live schedule 2020. Watch 2020 Thursday Night Football live streaming online free on any smart device.

The following are the teams that will be playing every week this season. The teams that did not play this week will have the bye week this week, which means they’ll play again on Sunday. So each team has three weeks of NFL football.

2020 Thursday Night Football TV Schedule

Thursday Night Football Schedule 2020

So what can you expect to see in Thursday Night Football of the NFL? Well, the top five teams in the NFL with the Green Bay Packers and Denver Broncos at the top. They’ll both be in action on Thursday, while the New Orleans Saints and San Diego Chargers are locked into the bottom five. The Miami Dolphins and Buffalo Bills both lost in Week 9, so they’ll be competing for the bottom two spots in the NFL. However, the top two teams in the league are still intact and they’ll meet on Thursday night. The Miami Dolphins will be looking to beat the Buffalo Bills, while the Buffalo Bills will be looking to beat the Miami Dolphins.

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Week 1: Sept. 10 (NBC): Houston Texans vs Kansas City Chiefs

Week 2: Sept. 17 (NFL Network): Cincinnati Bengals vs Cleveland Browns

Week 3: Sept. 24 (NFL Network): Miami Dolphins vs Jacksonville Jaguars

Week 4: Oct. 1 (NFL Network): Denver Broncos vs New York Jets

Week 5: Oct. 8: Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs Chicago Bears

Week 6: Oct. 15: Kansas City Chiefs vs Buffalo Bills

Week 7: Oct. 22: New York Giants vs Philadelphia Eagles

Week 8: Oct 29: Atlanta Falcons vs Carolina Panthers

Week 9: Nov. 5: Green Bay Packers vs San Francisco 49ers

Week 10: Nov. 12: Indianapolis Colts vs Tennessee Titans

Week 11: Nov. 19: Arizona Cardinals vs Seattle Seahawks

Week 12: Nov. 26 (NBC): Baltimore Ravens vs Pittsburgh Steelers

Week 13: Dec. 3: Dallas Cowboys vs Baltimore Ravens

Week 14: Dec. 10: New England Patriots vs Los Angeles Rams

Week 15: Dec. 17: Los Angeles Chargers vs Las Vegas Raiders

The Dallas Cowboys and New York Giants are the top teams in the NFC East for Week 10. The Dallas Cowboys are expected to take home the division, while the New York Giants are expected to be playing for a wild card spot. The Minnesota Vikings and Washington Redskins have been eliminated from playoff contention, so they’re expected to be in Week 10 action.

The Arizona Cardinals and San Francisco 49ers will be the bottom teams in the NFC West for Week 10 ESPN. The Arizona Cardinals will be in action against the Jacksonville Jaguars, while the San Francisco 49ers will be facing the Oakland Raiders. Each team is expected to have a winning record this season.

The New York Jets and Baltimore Ravens will be the top teams in the AFC East for Week 10. The New York Jets will be in action against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, while the Baltimore Ravens will be taking on the Pittsburgh Steelers. These two teams are expected to be competing for the division title.

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The Los Angeles Rams and New Orleans Saints will battle for the NFC South title. The New Orleans Saints are expected to be in action against the Jacksonville Jaguars, while the Los Angeles Rams will be playing the Carolina Panthers. Each team is expected to have a winning record this season.

The Houston Texans and New York Jets will be playing the Cleveland Browns this week. The Houston Texans are expected to have a winning record this season, while the New York Jets is expecting to be playing the Kansas City Chiefs. Each team is expected to have a winning record this season.

Week 11 will feature the Cincinnati Bengals and Atlanta Falcons. The Cincinnati Bengals are expected to win the AFC North, while the Atlanta Falcons is expecting to have a winning record. These two teams are expected to meet in Week 13.

This is the latest version of the Thursday Night NFL schedule. I’ve always found that the Thursday Night Football schedule was the most difficult part of the NFL schedule. It really narrowed down who won the league and who didn’t and fixed some of the inconsistencies in the NFL schedule.