NFL Thanksgiving free live streams: How to watch 2022 football … – Sporting News

As has become tradition, the NFL has a three-game slate on Thanksgiving this year featuring the traditional Lions and Cowboys games followed by a “miscellaneous” matchup of sorts.
This season, the Lions will be hosting the Bills, who will be playing their second straight game at Ford Field. The Cowboys, meanwhile, have the Giants in town in a showdown of contending NFC East teams. The nightcap will be at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis as the Patriots visit the Vikings.
These games will, as per usual, be hosted on three different networks, but there are ways to watch all three without cable (including on one service).
There are stakes in all of these games. The Bills are looking to stay on the right track after a bounce-back win in Week 11, the NFC East implications are clear in Cowboys-Giants, and the Vikings have found themselves embroiled in a race for home-field advantage in the NFC while the Patriots also remain in the crowded AFC East.
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Here’s how to watch the NFL on Thanksgiving without cable: 
There are three games on Thanksgiving this year, and they’re all on different networks. There are, however, easy ways to watch them.
The Bills and the Lions will play on Thanksgiving at 12:30 p.m. ET after the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, as the Lions do every year. It will be on CBS with the A-Team of Jim Nantz and Tony Romo on the call, with Tracy Wolfson on the sideline.
Gene Steratore will, as usual, be CBS’s rules analyst.
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Giants vs. Cowboys will be a bit less straightforward to stream, as it is on Fox. Fox doesn’t offer a streaming service, and FoxSports.com requires a cable login. For those who wish to watch this game with a fully cut cord, fuboTV will be the best option.
With Joe Buck and Troy Aikman having departed for “Monday Night Football,” Kevin Burdkhardt and Greg Olsen will be on the call with Erin Andrews. Mike Pereira will be the rules analyst.
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Patriots vs. Vikings will round out the night in Minnesota in a special “Sunday Night Football” broadcast on a Thursday. Mike Tirico and Cris Collinsworth are calling this game in the booth  with Melissa Stark down on the field and Terry McCauley providing analysis.
As this game is on NBC, it will be available to watch through Peacock or fuboTV with a subscription or free trial, respectively. 

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