The Eagles and Panthers, each 4-1,are set to face off in a much-anticipated Thursday Night Football duel in Charlotte. But as is usually the case with Thursday Night Football, watching the game can be tricky.
The Eagles and Panthers are two of the top teams in the NFC, and their quarterbacks — Carson Wentz and Cam Newton — will be stars in prime time during the Week 6 game. Each will be going toe-to-toe after a very short week, making it probable that the offenses are stars of the show as the defenses may struggle with schemeing for their opponents.
Obviously, if you can make it to a bar that has the game, you're covered. But if you want to watch from home it's a little less straight forward. There are several ways to watch the game for free. Kickoff is at 8:25 p.m. Here's an overview of them:
1. Watch on CBS, NFL Network
If you are in or near Philadelphia, you'll be able to watch the game on your local CBS affiliate. If you have NFL Network and live anywhere in the world, you'll be able to watch it there.
2. Watch on CBS All Access
It costs about $6 to sign up, but you can watch all of CBS's games, including the Eagles and Panthers by signing up for their official online stream. Only interested in the Week 6 game? Click here to get a one-week free trial.
3. Watch on Amazon Prime for free
If you don't have a cable connection and don't want to use CBS All Access, but happen to have an account on Amazon, you can stream for free on their website. Here's the link to use Amazon Prime.
4. Watch online for free
Here are a few useful links:
YouTube stream (note: this will be updated throughout the game)