NFL Thanksgiving: How to watch Cowboys vs. Raiders, Saints vs. Bills

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What better way to digest your turkey feast than on the couch in front of a football game? No matter how early you eat your Thanksgiving dinner, there’s a good chance the game will go on. The first game saw the winless Detroit Lions now fall 4-7 to the Chicago Bears a last-second field goal, In the second game, the 7-3 Dallas Cowboys overtook the 5-5 Las Vegas Raiders at halftime and would try to rally for a home win.

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Another interconference clash takes place at the Nightcaps in New Orleans when the 5-5 Saints host the 6-4 Buffalo Bills.

Here’s the rest of the Thanksgiving NFL schedule:

  • Cowboys vs Raiders: CBS. at 4:30 p.m. ET (1:30 p.m. PT)
  • Bill meets: 8:20 p.m. ET (5:20 p.m. PT) on NBC

Here’s how to watch Thursday’s game as well as the rest of the NFL season without cable.

Dak Prescott and the Dallas Cowboys play in the second game of the NFL’s Thanksgiving triple-header against the Las Vegas Raiders.

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How to Stream NFL Games

Major streaming providers like YouTube TV, Hulu Plus Live TV, FuboTV and DirecTV Streams offer almost all the major channels you’ll need for football. This includes CBS, NBC and Fox, as well as ESPN, which is essential for Monday Night Football.

Sling TV offers NBC and Fox in some markets with its Blue package, but it lacks CBS. It is also worth noting that to get ESPN you will need to either switch to its Orange package or go for its Blue and Orange bundle.

Those who are fine with watching on a phone or tablet, meanwhile, can also use the Yahoo Sports app to stream sports that air on your local stations for free.

What about RedZone and NFL Network?

All of the above services, with the exception of DirecTV streams, offer the option to receive RedZone and NFL Network. RedZone will usually require you to spend another $10 or $11 per month as an add-on.

If RedZone is all you care about, the cheapest option is to get Sling TV Blue for $35 per month and add the Sports Extra add-on for $11 per month. It gives you all the football channels with the exception of ESPN and CBS.

How about Thursday Night Football?

Most Thursday night football games will be broadcast on Fox, NFL Network, and Amazon Prime Video. check it out Full Thursday Night Football Schedule Here and our recommendations for Best Ways to Watch NFL Without Cable throughout the season.

What about Paramount Plus?

Paramount Plus offers live CBS feeds with its premium tier for $10 per month. Depending on where you live, your local CBS station (and those NFL games) may not be available. CBS provides livestreaming services in several markets; You can check if CBS has live streaming in your area Here,

What about peacock?

All of NBC’s regular-season NFL games will be available to stream on its Peacock streaming service, as long as you pay for one of its premium subscriptions.

There are two tiers of these, a $5-a-month Premium option that contains ads (when viewing non-live content) and a $10-per-month Premium Plus option that will stream non-live content ad-free (and lets you download some content to watch offline).

All of the live TV streaming services above offer free trials (except Peacock, which only has a free tier that doesn’t stream live NFL games), requires you to cancel at any time, and a solid Internet connection. is required. Looking for more information? check out our Live-TV Streaming Services Guide,

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