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Who’s playing ‘Thursday Night Football’ tonight? Time, TV Channel, NFL Week 6 Schedule

If you thought the Colts vs. The Broncos’ “Thursday Night Football” game was tough to watch, just wait and see what the NFL has in store for us in Week 6.

A week after the two low-ranked AFC offenses battled to a 12-9 end of overtime with zero touchdowns scored, Amazon Prime Video has a matchup of two low-ranked NFC offenses for Week 4.

It will be the commanders and the bears who will face off during the short week. The two teams will ultimately fight for what will likely amount to draft placement.

The Bears actually exceeded most expectations to start the season. They recorded a few wins, including one over the 49ers. Meanwhile, the Commanders are on a losing streak and will be looking to rebound from a tough four-point loss to the Titans in which Carson Wentz threw a goal-line pick late in regulation.

Which team has the advantage in this game? It’s hard to say, but it should be another defensive struggle on Thursday night.

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Here’s everything you need to know about the Bears-Commanders contest ahead of Amazon’s NFL broadcast on Thursday night.

Who’s playing Thursday Night Football tonight?

  • Match: Commanders at Bears
  • Location: Soldier Field in Chicago

Bears vs. The Commanders Game is scheduled for Amazon Prime’s “Thursday Night Football” package in Week 6. Both NFC teams have a combined 3-7 record and are more likely to compete for a top pick in the draft of the 2023 NFL than they are to fight. a place in the playoffs.

Chicago (2-3) has won twice in 2022, but its win came over the 49ers in a monsoon and against the Texans, where it took a late Davis Mills interception to seal a win. For the most part, the team struggled on offense and relied on their solid defense to keep them in games.

Justin Fields has a 73.1 passer rating to date. It’s the second-lowest passer rating in the NFL, trailing only Baker Mayfield (71.9). Meanwhile, the Bears offense is generating just 274 yards and 17.2 points per game. These rank second and fifth in the NFL respectively.

Of course, the Commanders (1-4) haven’t done much better this year. They’re on a four-game losing streak and are averaging just 18 points per game, seventh fewer in the NFL. So, expect a low score game.

That said, Washington has a better offense than Chicago. Carson Wentz takes a lot of sacks, but he’s generated 10 touchdown passes and ranks 17th in passer rating with an 86 rating.

The problem with commanders is their defense. He’s giving up 25.6 points per game this season, good for fifth in the NFL, and often had communication issues in high school. This could allow Fields to make big down plays, which he hasn’t been able to do against better competition.

These two teams may not be great on paper, but they are evenly matched. That will make this battle at least somewhat intriguing, though it could quickly turn into a Colts-Broncos repeat if infractions don’t come to light.

What time is the NFL game tonight?

  • Appointment: Thursday Oct 13
  • Time: 8:15 p.m. ET (7:15 p.m. CST)

Bears vs. The Commanders game kicks off at 8:15 p.m. ET on Thursday. Every NFL “Thursday Night Football” game airing on Amazon is scheduled to begin at this time during the 2022 season.

Since Chicago is located in the Central time zone, the local kick-off time for the game will actually be at 7:15 p.m.

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What channel is Thursday Night Football on tonight?

  • TV Channel (Chicago): WFLD (Channel 32)
  • Television channel (Washington DC): WTTG (Channel 5)
  • Live broadcast: Amazon Prime Video | DAZN (in Canada)

The NFL has sold its “Thursday Night Football” streaming rights to Amazon Prime Video as part of an 11-year deal with the streaming service. So domestic viewers of the Bears-Commanders game will need to have an Amazon Prime membership to watch the contest.

That said, those in the Chicago and Washington, DC TV markets will be able to watch the games on local TV networks. The Chicago market can watch the game on Fox affiliate WFLD while the Washington market will also be able to watch it on Fox DC affiliate.

The Amazon show will feature plenty of familiar faces for football fans with Al Michaels on play-by-play and Kirk Herbstreit as game analyst. They are joined by Kaylee Hartung on the sidelines and a studio team consisting of veteran animator Charissa Thompson and former players like Tony Gonzalez, Richard Sherman and Ryan Fitzpatrick.

Viewers in Canada will be able to watch the match on DAZN.

NFL Live Stream for Thursday Night’s Game

  • Live broadcast: Amazon Prime

If you want to watch “Thursday Night Football” in 2022, you’ll need an Amazon Prime subscription. It will be the exclusive broadcast home of “TNF” for the next 11 years, and matches will only be shown on live television in the participating teams’ local markets.

NFL Week 6 Schedule

Commanders vs. The Bears game will mark an inauspicious start to Week 6, but it will set fans up for a quality NFL Sunday.

There are two games on Sunday that will get a lot of attention. The first will be the Bills vs. Chiefs AFC Championship Game last season, which is considered one of the most exciting post-season games ever played. Buffalo and MVP favorite Josh Allen will seek revenge for the Bills’ loss at the hands of Kansas City and fellow MVP contender Patrick Mahomes.

After that game – which will be the only one to start at 4:25 p.m. ET – the Cowboys (4-1) will face the Eagles (5-0) with the first place in the NFC East on the line. The Cowboys are on a streak of four straight wins with Cooper Rush while the Eagles picked up their fifth straight win over Arizona in Week 5. Both teams are deep, talented and have strong defenses that should provide a good test for every opposing quarterback.

Finally, “Monday Night Football” will feature a battle between AFC foes West Denver and Los Angeles. The Broncos are coming off a 12-9 loss on “Thursday Night Football,” and Nathaniel Hackett will need to perform better to get his team back on track in this one. This contest could be interesting considering Hackett and Brandon Staley’s unpredictability when it comes to fourth-game calls.

Below is the full schedule for Week 6 of the 2022 NFL season.

Week 6

Game Kick off time TV channel
Commanders vs. Bear 8:15 p.m. ET Amazon
Game Kick off time TV channel
49ers vs. Falcons 1 p.m. ET Fox
Patriots vs. Browns 1 p.m. ET SCS
Jets vs. Packers 1 p.m. ET Fox
Jaguar vs Foals 1 p.m. ET SCS
vikings vs dolphins 1 p.m. ET Fox
Bengals vs. Saints 1 p.m. ET SCS
Ravens vs Giants 1 p.m. ET SCS
Buccaneers against. Steelers 1 p.m. ET Fox
Panthers vs. Rams 4:05 p.m. ET Fox
Cardinals vs. sea ​​hawks 4:05 p.m. ET Fox
Invoices vs. Chiefs 4:25 p.m. ET SCS
Cowboys vs. Eagles 8:20 p.m. ET NBC
Game Kick off time TV channel
Broncos vs. Chargers 8:15 p.m. ET ESPN

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