Thursday Night Football Odds

Online sports betting will launch in Ohio on Jan. 1, 2023. This page will be updated with the latest news, odds and promos once Ohio sportsbooks are live.

Thursday Night Football is now a weekly item during the regular season, airing for the first time in 2022 exclusively on Amazon Prime.

Fans and players will sometimes complain about playing such a physical game on extremely limited rest, as it impacts play on the field. Still, sportsbooks do very well for NFL stand-alone games and tons of fans get bets down on the teams and players in each weeek’s game.

Below see what to expect for Thursday Night Football odds at legal online sportsbooks in Ohio plus some tips on how to bet on the games.

This week’s Thursday Night Football odds

Thursday Night Football schedule

DateAway TeamHome Team
Aug. 25San Francisco 49ersHouston Texans
Sep. 15Los Angeles ChargersKansas City Chiefs
Sep. 22Pittsburgh SteelersCleveland Browns
Sep. 29Miami DolphinsCincinnati Bengals
Oct. 6Indianapolis ColtsDenver Broncos
Oct. 13Washington CommandersChicago Bears
Oct. 20New Orleans SaintsArizona Cardinals
Oct. 27Baltimore RavensTampa Bay Buccaneers
Nov. 3Philadelphia EaglesHouston Texans
Nov. 10Atlanta FalconsCarolina Panthers
Nov. 17Tennessee TitansGreen Bay Packers
Dec. 1Buffalo Bills New England Patriots
Dec. 8Las Vegas RaidersLos Angeles Rams
Dec. 15San Francisco 49ersSeattle Seahawks
Dec. 22Jacksonville JaguarsNew York Jets
Dec. 29Dallas CowboysTennessee Titans

Thursday Night Football live betting in Ohio

Live betting, also referred to as in game betting, lets you place online NFL wagers as games are going on. It can allow you to adjust your betting strategy if you notice something while watching a game, or just liven up a game in which you have not specific rooting interest.

The most convenient way to bet live is by pulling out your phone to and betting with an Ohio sports betting app. This allows you to place NFL wagers as you watch Thursday Night Football on your TV. Live betting has changed the game for many bettors, and it can be a thrilling style of wagering. Live Thursday Night Football odds are moving by the second based on the latest happenings of a particular game and the sportsbook’s algorithms.

Bettors can take a look at just about anything throughout the game including the most basic of NFL betting odds like the point spread, moneyline bets and points total, all of which will shift frequently. Use one of the top sportsbooks like DraftKings Ohio or FanDuel Sportsbook Ohio for the most live betting options.

What time does Thursday Night Football start?

Thursday Night Football games kick off at 8:20 p.m. ET nearly every week of the NFL’s regular season.

What channel is Thursday Night Football on in Ohio

Starting in 2022, all Thursday Night Football games will air on Amazon Prime, which is set to be the future of the Thursday Night Football package via a long-term contract.

Fans must now stream them through Prime Video, which goes for $8.99 per month.

Who are the Thursday Night Football announcers?

  • Play-by-play announcer: Al Michaels
  • Analyst during game: Kirk Herbstreit 
  • Analyst for pregame, halftime, and postgame shows: Tony Gonzalez, Ryan Fitzpatrick, Richard Sherman and host Charissa Thompson

TNF betting trends

Thursday Night Football games can be difficult to predict because of how little time teams have to prepare compared to a normal week of the NFL regular season. Most teams will get done playing a tough, physical game on a Sunday with just three days off before suiting up and getting back on the field.

That’s not a ton of recovery time, but it seems like players have adjusted to that over the past few years.

One item to consider when placing a bet on Thursday Night Football is how well teams typically play at night. If there is a large enough sample size for a particular head coach, a trend like this could be valuable.

Just like betting on every NFL game, it is important to monitor injury reports but especially for Thursday with such minimal recovery time. Teams tend to do a good job of giving fans and bettors accurate information on whether players will be healthy enough to play or whether their availability is in question.

Be on the lookout for teams that had extra days of rest. If one team is coming off a bye week while the other just played on Sunday, that could be a distinct advantage to take into account. Also, home teams have an advantage without needing to travel and can maximize practice time. With all of these items, however, oddsmakers have them factored into their Thursday Night Football betting lines every week.

Finally, one important thing to consider before betting on Thursday Night Football games is that you don’t have to. Stand-alone betting events like Thursday Night Football odds, Sunday Night Football odds and Monday Night Football odds receive a ton of betting action that they otherwise would not if they were just part of the usual Sunday afternoon mix of games.

Picking your spots can be a good idea, and you should only place a Thursday Night Football bet when you think you have an edge.

Thursday Night Football all-time records

Thursday Night Football became a regular item during the latter portion of each season in 2006. Ever since 2012, weekly Thursday night games have been the norm throughout the regular season.

Here are a few noteworthy milestones from TNF’s history:

  • Most Thursday Night Football games played: San Francisco 49ers (16)
  • Most Thursday Night Football victories: Baltimore Ravens (10)
  • Highest Thursday Night Football winning percentage: Seattle Seahawks/New England Patriots (.800)