The "Thursday Night Football" game today is a classic division rivalry matchup: Philadelphia Eagles vs. New York Giants. The Eagles-Giants kickoff time is scheduled for 8:20 p.m. ET on Thursday, October 11.
Neither team has played particularly well thus far in the 2018 NFL season. The Giants have a 1-4 record, including a heartbreaking loss to the Carolina Panthers last Sunday thanks to a successful 63-yard field goal in the game's final seconds.
Expectations for the Philadelphia Eagles this season were sky high, since they are coming off a Super Bowl championship and recently welcomed back star quarterback Carson Wentz from injury. Nonetheless, the Eagles are only 2-3 so far. Still, in terms of betting odds for the Eagles-Giants game, the Eagles are 3-point favorites to win tonight's NFC East showdown, which takes place at the Giants' home MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J.
Here's all the information you need to watch the Eagles vs. Giants game tonight, including strategies for how to live stream "Thursday Night Football" for free.
What Channel Is the Eagles vs. Giants Game On?
Thursday's Giants vs. Eagles game is being broadcast on Fox. If you have a basic satellite or TV package, it probably includes major broadcast networks like Fox, ABC, and CBS. To watch the Giants-Eagles on "Thursday Night Football," simply tune in to your local Fox station.
If you don't have cable, you can still watch "Thursday Night Football" with a digital antenna in most of the country. A decent digital antenna costs around $25, and once it's connected to your TV you can watch unlimited over-the-air networks like CBS, NBC, PBS, and Fox totally for free, in hi-definition quality.
How to Live Stream the Eagles vs. Giants Game for Free
If you don't have a TV or prefer to live stream NFL games online, there are many ways to watch the Eagles vs. Giants "Thursday Night Football" game online for free.
As we have summed up in previous stories, there are two options to live stream NFL games on Sunday, Monday, and Thursday for free during the 2018 season:
Watch on your phone. Both the Yahoo Sports app and NFL App will let you live stream many NFL games this season — namely, the games being broadcast locally in your area on Sundays, as well as nationally televised primetime games such as NBC's "Sunday Night Football," ESPN's "Monday Night Football," and Fox and the NFL Network's "Thursday Night Football." The apps are totally free to download, and you are not required to enter any pay TV account info to live stream games. Note, however, that these apps only work on your phone, and can't be used for streaming NFL games to a tablet, laptop, or TV.
Watch on a streaming TV service. Fubo TV, Hulu Live, DirecTV Now, PlayStation Vue, and YouTube TV all include local networks like Fox in their packages in most of the country, and all of these services come with free trial periods of five to seven days for new subscribers.
The streaming TV services cited above start at around $40 per month after the free trial period ends. If you don't want to become a paying subscriber, remember to cancel before the free trial is over. You'll be bill automatically in full if you don't cancel before the deadline.
How to Watch "Thursday Night Football" Online on Amazon Prime
Before subscribing to a streaming TV service for "Thursday Night Football," take note that you might already subscribe to a service with live streams of these NFL games.
Amazon Prime subscribers can stream "Thursday Night Football" games for free this season on Prime Video. A total of 11 "Thursday Night Football" games are available to live stream at Amazon Prime, including tonight's Giants vs. Eagles game.
You must be logged in as an Amazon Prime member to stream NFL games on Amazon Prime Video. New subscribers can check out Amazon Prime during a 30-day free trial period. After that, a Prime subscription generally costs $119 per year or $12.99 per month. Prime subscribers get free two-day shipping on most Amazon purchases, in addition to unlimited streaming of video and music content.
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