2016 NFL Thursday Night Football Schedule

The 2016 NFL regular season kicks off with the Thursday Night football schedule on September 8th, 2016 with a rematch of the 2016 Super Bowl. The Defending Champion, Denver Broncos, will host Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers at Sports Authority Field at Mile High to kick off regular season play. There are a number of high quality games scheduled for Thursday Night football this season to include the three played on Thanksgiving Day this season. The most current Thursday Night football TV schedules are also published for fans to enjoy along with the games that will be broadcast live on Twitter for the first time in the history of the NFL.


Thursday Night Football TV Broadcast

For the 2016 NFL Regular season, Thursday Night Football will be shown on several different networks throughout the season. Unlike Monday Night Football that sticks with a single broadcast network with ESPN, the NFL shares the wealth a bit more with Thursday nights. NBC, CBS, the NFL Network, and Twitter all have several games that they are responsible for showing this season. If you are looking for the remainder of the 2016 NFL Regular Season schedules, we have them posted here, and the 2016 NFL Schedule Grid as well for you to enjoy. Of course, a number of fans are already interested in when the 2017 NFL Postseason will take place, so enjoy! Thursday Night Football will be here and in run before you know it!

2016 Thursday Night Football schedule

Week 1 Sept. 8: Carolina at Denver NBC
Week 2 Sept. 15: New York Jets at Buffalo CBS/NFL Network/Twitter
Week 3 Sept. 22: Houston at New England CBS/NFL Network/Twitter
Week 4 Sept. 29: Miami at Cincinnati NFL Network
Week 5 Oct. 6: Arizona at San Francisco CBS/NFL Network/Twitter
Week 6 Oct. 13: Denver at San Diego CBS/NFL Network/Twitter
Week 7 Oct. 20: Chicago at Green Bay CBS/NFL Network/Twitter
Week 8 Oct. 27: Jacksonville at Tennessee NFL Network
Week 9 Nov. 3: Atlanta at Tampa Bay NFL Network
Week 10 Nov. 10: Cleveland at Baltimore NFL Network
Week 11 Nov. 17: New Orleans at Carolina NBC/NFL Network/Twitter
Week 12 Nov. 24: Pittsburgh at Indianapolis NBC
Week 13 Dec. 1: Dallas at Minnesota NBC/NFL Network/Twitter
Week 14 Dec. 8: Oakland at Kansas City NBC/NFL Network/Twitter
Week 15 Dec. 15: Los Angeles at Seattle NBC/NFL Network/Twitter
Week 16 Dec. 22: New York Giants at Philadelphia NBC/NFL Network/Twitter

*Note: All games start at 8:25 ET