Week 10 of the NFL regular season kicks off on Thursday night with an AFC clash when Lamar Jackson leads the Baltimore Ravens to take on the Miami Dolphins at Hard Rock Stadium.
Kick-off is set for 8:20 p.m. ET.
Entering Thursday night’s game, the Ravens are solid 7.5-point favorites on the road against the Dolphins with the over/under set for 46.5 total points.
How can you tune into today’s game?
All of the information you need to watch Thursday Night Football can be seen below.
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Date: Thursday, November 11
Time: 8:20 P.M. EST
Location: Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida
TV Channel: FOX, NFL Network
Stream: FOX Sports Go
Betting Odds: Ravens -7.5 | O/U: 46.5
How To Live Stream Thursday Night Football Online
You can live stream the game on the FOX Sports Go website. You will be required to log in with your cable provider information.
If you do not have a cable subscription, you can also live stream the game through Sling TV free trial. Just click on the Sling website and click “Watch Now 7 Days Free” for the free trial. Choose the Sling Orange package, which costs $20 per month and comes with Fox Sports 1, along with many other sports channels.
How to Watch TNF On Your Tablet Or Mobile Device
You can live stream the game on the FOX Sports Go app.
You can download the Fox Sports Go app on Google Play, Amazon, iTunes, and the Windows Store. The Fox Sports Go app is also available on the following devices: Apple TV, Roku, Google Chromecast, Android TV, Fire TV, and Xbox One.
How To Live Stream TNF Online Without Cable Subscription
You can also live stream the game through Sling TV free trial. Just click on the Sling website and click “Watch Now 7 Days Free” for the free trial. Choose the Sling Orange package, which costs $20 per month and comes with Fox, along with many other sports channels.