What channel is Chargers vs. Chiefs on today? Schedule, time for NFL 'Thursday Night Football' in Week 2 – Sporting News

  • September 16, 2022

A prime matchup takes place in primetime on Amazon Prime.
It’s Justin Herbert vs. Patrick Mahomes Round 5 on “Thursday Night Football”, with the Chargers traveling east to take on the Chiefs exclusively on Amazon Prime Video.
Both superstar passers got off to blazing hot starts in Week 1, with the two combining for eight touchdown passes (five for Mahomes, three for Herbert) in big wins over the Cardinals and Raiders, respectively. 
LIVE: Follow Chargers vs. Chiefs on ‘Thursday Night Football’
While this marks the fifth time that the two passers’ teams have met since Herbert has entered the league, it’s only the fourth time that the two will meet: Mahomes missed a 2020 matchup with an injury. The series is 2-1 in favor of Herbert with Mahomes angling to even the series this weekend.
It’s the hottest QB matchup in the NFL, and it’s only on Amazon Prime. Here’s how to watch Thursday night’s game:
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If you’re flicking through channels to try and find the Chargers vs. Chiefs matchup on TV, then look no further: From this point forward, the “Thursday Night Football” slate of games will appear exclusively on Amazon Prime Video.
The game will be broadcast only on TV channels in local TV markets: KSHB (NBC), channel 41 in Kansas City and KTTV 11 in Los Angeles.
Meanwhile, viewers in Canada will be able to watch the game on DAZN.
The Chargers and Chiefs are set to kick off in the customary 8:15 p.m. ET on Thursday night. The game will be played in Kansas City, at GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium.
Al Michaels, making his debut with Amazon Prime, will be on the call. Kirk Herbstreit will provide color commentary, while Kaylee Hartung will provide sideline reports.
Whereas there are usually a number of streaming services that carry the NFL’s schedule of games, for “Thursday Night Football” moving forward, Amazon Prime Video will be the exclusive broadcast home of “TNF” games.
A monthly Amazon Prime membership which includes the benefits of all of Amazon outside of simply streaming costs $14.99 per month or $139 per year.
For those who choose to sign up for just Prime Video, the cost is $8.99 per month.
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