Once the NFL regular season comes, we can finally feast our eyes on some exciting midweek football games courtesy of NFL Thursday night prime-time games.
The 2018 NFL Thursday Night Football schedule should bring some excting TNF betting match ups, with standout games like the Indianapolis Colts at New England Patriots, Denver Broncos at Arizona Cardinals, and Green Bay Packers at Seattle Seahawks on tap.
NFL Thursday games have become a huge part of the weekly landscape for football betting. Follow our weekly NFL Thursday night football predictions and watch your bankroll shape up heading into the weekend. Here are our predictions for how all of those great Thursday night games play out.
Atlanta Falcons at Philadelphia Eagles
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All 32 teams play in at least one Thursday game, and broadcast rights are split between NFL Network, CBS, and NBC.
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Sept. 6, 8:20 PM, Atlanta Falcons at Philadelphia Eagles (NBC)
Sept. 13, 8:20 PM, Baltimore Ravens at Cincinnati Bengals (NFL Network)
Sept. 20, 8:20 PM, New York Jets at Cleveland Browns (NFL Network)
Sept. 27, 8:20 PM, Minnesota Vikings at Los Angeles Rams (FOX/NFL Network)
Oct. 4, 8:20 PM, Indianapolis Colts at New England Patriots (FOX/NFL Network)
Oct. 11, 8:20 PM, Philadelphia Eagles at New York Giants (FOX/NFL Network)
Oct. 18, 8:20 PM, Denver Broncos at Arizona Cardinals (FOX/NFL Network)
Oct. 25, 8:20 PM, Miami Dolphins at Houston Texans (FOX/NFL Network)
Nov. 1, 8:20 PM, Oakland Raiders at San Francisco 49ers (FOX/NFL Network)
Nov. 8, 8:20 PM, Carolina Panthers at Pittsburgh Steelers (FOX/NFL Network)
Nov. 15, 8:20 PM, Green Bay Packers at Seattle Seahawks (FOX/NFL Network)
Week 12 (Thanksgiving)
Nov. 22, 8:20 PM, Atlanta Falcons at New Orleans Saints (NBC)
Nov. 29, 8:20 PM, New Orleans Saints at Dallas Cowboys (FOX/NFL Network)
Dec. 6, 8:20 PM, Jacksonville Jaguars at Tennessee Titans (FOX/NFL Network)
Dec. 13, 8:20 PM, Los Angeles Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs (FOX/NFL Network)
Note: All times ET
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NFL Thursday Night betting is very similar in many respects to Sunday Night Football betting and Monday Night Football betting with one notable exception. The game is not the only football action taking place.
Football bettor can also, bet on the Thursday College football featured game. There will be quarters, halftimes and oftentimes there will be props for each of the Thursday night football games.
Football has always had a place on Thursday, beginning back in 1920 on Thanksgiving Day. However, it’s been a relatively recent development that’s put a game on Thursday night from Week 1 through Week 16.
Thursday Night Football debuted 10 years ago in November 2006 as a sporadic broadcast and not a season-long occurrence, but the NFL’s ability to spread out the weekend’s action and offer another prime time game helped the Thursday night affair become more of a regular production as the years progressed. Now, there’s a Thursday night game every week.
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The model and medium for Thursday Night football has been ever changing since its inception. Originally a tool to promote the NFL Network, the games were limited to the cable airwaves for a time, but this season will be the first of a new broadcasting contract that will put more Thursday night games on the premier channels. Both CBS and NBC are set to broadcast five Thursday Night Football games, with NFL Network providing simulcast and covering a couple exclusively along the way. CBS will take most of the early season games while NBC takes over as the season winds down.
Playing every week on Thursday provides a special challenge for the NFL, creating short weeks for teams in action that night, followed by extended rest heading into their following game.
Of course, some teams do better than others with the change in rest and the abbreviated week of preparation.
For instance, the Indianapolis Colts have yet to lose a Thursday Night Football game in their history, going 7-0 overall. Against the spread, they’ve failed to cover only once in those seven games. In their Thursday Night action last year, they covered the spread as underdogs on the road against Houston, winning 27-20 in Week 5.
Dallas is the only other team aside from the Colts that’s recorded at least six Thursday Night Football victories, going 6-2 in eight changes. It makes sense that the Cowboys do well on Thursday. They’ve got experience taking the field on Thanksgiving Day.
Nevertheless, on the other side of things, the Lions are the only team without a Thursday Night Football win, though they’ve only played once on Thursday Night, despite being a regular on Thanksgiving.
That sole game was on December 3 last year when Detroit fell to Green bay, 27-23, at home, unable to cover the 2.5-point spread.
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