The Green Bay Packers host the Detroit Lions in a crucial divisional showdown on Thursday Night Football in Week 4.
Thursday Night Football is on Amazon Prime Video this season, and we are set for a fascinating game this week, a massive matchup in the NFC North.
It is a battle for first place. The Chicago Bears and Minnesota Vikings are winless after three games, setting up a two-team race between the Packers and Lions, who both enter Week 4 with a 2-1 record.
Who is playing on Thursday Night Football in Week 4?
- Matchup: Detroit Lions at Green Bay Packers
- Date: Thursday, September 28
- Time: 7:15 p.m. CT
Who won the last matchup between them?
The Lions defeated the Packers 20-16 in the season finale at Lambeau Field on Sunday, Jan. 8, 2023. It cost Green Bay a playoff berth and would be Aaron Rodgers' final game for the Packers before being traded to the New York Jets.
Green Bay Packers next 5 games
The Packers are on primetime again in Week 5 when they visit the Las Vegas Raiders. They then get a much-needed bye, giving them an opportunity to get healthy before a road matchup with the Denver Broncos in Week 7.
at Raiders (MNF)
Detroit Lions next 5 games
The Lions take on the winless Carolina Panthers in Week 5 before a tough three-game stretch ahead of their bye week. Including Thursday Night Football, four of Detroit's next six games are on the road.
What channel is Thursday Night Football on?
Thursday Night Football is broadcast on Amazon Prime Video. You can stream Prime Video on just about any device by downloading the app.
How do I get Amazon Prime Video?
Prime Video is included with the Amazon Prime membership, which costs $14.99 monthly or $139 annually. Alternatively, you can subscribe just to Prime Video for $8.99 per month.
Are there any free trials for Amazon Prime?
Yes. Amazon offers a 30-day free trial for Prime Video.
Remaining Thursday Night Football Schedule for 2023
Bears at Commanders
Broncos at Chiefs
Jaguars at Saints
Bucs at Bills
Titans at Steelers
Panthers at Bears
Bengals at Ravens
Dolphins at Jets
Seahawks at Cowboys
Patriots at Steelers
Chargers at Raiders
Saints at Rams
Jets at Browns