What Channel is the NFL Network On?
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What Channel is the NFL Network On?

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Thursday Night Football is back on NFL Network for the rest of the year. Here’s how to make sure you can watch. (Getty)

Thursday Night Football is, officially, heading to NFL Network for the rest of the regular season. After simultaneously broadcasting the games on both CBS and the cable network, the league has moved the matchups exclusively to the NFL Network.

So, how can you make sure you still get to watch every moment of gridiron action during the week? Don’t worry. We’ve got you covered.

Click here to head to the NFL Network’s website and then click on the “find my channel” icon in the corner of the site. Enter your zip code and select your cable provider. It’s that simple.

In addition to the NFL Network, Thursday night games will still be broadcast on CBS in each week’s area markets.

There are also a handful of digital options for those not inclined to watch TNF on TV.

Verizon Wireless customers can use the free-to-download NFL Mobile app for access to live video of Thursday Night Football. You can get the app here for iOS and here for Android. Fans cal also watch live-streaming video of the game through NFL.com/Watch on their desktops and on the Watch NFL Network app on tablets. That app is available here for iOS and here for Android.

That’s not all. There is also an option for fans to watch the NFL on the Xbox app. Check that option out right here for both the Xbox One and Xbox 360.

Read on for the remaining Thursday night schedule and find out if your favorite team will be suiting up during the week:

November 11: Buffalo Bills at New York Jets
November 19: Tennessee Titans at Jacksonville Jaguars
December 3: Green Bay Packers at Detroit Lions
December 10: Minnesota Vikings at Arizona Cardinals
December 17: Tampa Bay Buccaneers at St. Louis Rams
December 24: San Diego Chargers at Oakland Raiders

Every Thursday night game is slated to kick off at 8:25 p.m. ET with Jim Nantz and Phil Simms on the call.

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