2022 Thursday Night Football Betting, Schedule, Guide and Sites

By Marcus Mosher
Fact Checked by Lawrence Hollyfield

This season, Thursday Night Football is exclusively on Amazon Prime. In previous years, Thursday Night games were featured on NFL Network and FOX. 

Thursday Night Football Results

Week 1: September 8 – Buffalo Bills (31) at Los Angeles Rams (10)
Week 2: September 15 – Los Angeles Chargers (24) at Kansas City Chiefs (27)
Week 3: September 22 – Pittsburgh Steelers (17) at Cleveland Browns (29)
Week 4: September 29 – Miami Dolphins (15) at Cincinnati Bengals (27)
Week 5: October 6 – Indianapolis Colts (12) at Denver Broncos (9)
Week 6: October 13 – Washington Commanders (12) at Chicago Bears (7)
Week 7: October 20 – New Orleans Saints (34) at Arizona Cardinals (42)
Week 8: October 27 – Baltimore Ravens (27) at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (22)
Week 9: November 3 – Philadelphia Eagles (29) at Houston Texans (17)
Week 10: November 10 – Atlanta Falcons (15) at Carolina Panthers (25)
Week 11: November 17 – Tennessee Titans (27) at Green Bay Packers (17)
Week 12: November 24 – New England Patriots (26) at Minnesota Vikings (33) 
Week 13: December 1 – Buffalo Bills (24) at New England Patriots (10)

Thursday Night Football Schedule

Week 14: December 8 – Las Vegas Raiders at Los Angeles Rams

Two franchises that have broken fans' hearts by leaving L.A. at various times. Also two franchises with beautiful, brand new stadiums. Also also, two franchises desperate to avoid last place this season. 

Week 15: December 15 – San Francisco 49ers at Seattle Seahawks 

This looked like it would be a Wild Card impact game when the season began, but the Niners' stock rose in the first quarter of the season and the Seahawks have been maybe the best surprise of the season.

Week 16: December 22 – Jacksonville Jaguars vs. New York Jets

It's the 2021 Draft QB battle, Trevor Lawrence (for sure) vs. Zach Wilson (maybe). Neither team was expected to be anywhere near the playoffs at this point in the season. But the Jets went 6-2 after a 1-2 start and are looking shockingly like a playoff team. 

Week 17: December 29 – Dallas Cowboys at Tennessee Titans

The Thursday Night Football schedule opened with a blast and it closes with a bang. Dallas at Tennessee on the last week of the season should be special, unless both teams have locked up playoff seeding, then expect this to be a battle of backups.

Best TNF Betting Sites In Arizona

Football is king. These sites are king. You can watch multiple games every week, and you can have accounts with multiple sportsbooks.

Where Can You Bet On TNF In Arizona?

You can bet on the NFL in Arizona as you watch these Thursday Night Football games on Amazon Prime. All of the traditional bets will be available, as well as prop bets when you visit your favorite AZ sportsbooks

Popular Bets on NFL's Thursday Night Football

While there are many ways to bet on Thursday Night Football, here are some of the most popular, fun and profitable wagers you should be making:

Moneyline

The moneyline is the simplest bet in the NFL. Players choose which team will win as the final margin of victory does not matter. Here is an example of what a moneyline bet would look like on Thursday Night Football (or during any NFL game):

Las Vegas Raiders (+125) vs. Los Angeles Rams (-150)

In this example, the Rams are the favorites, indicated by the (-) symbol. A $150 bet would win back the original stake plus $100. The Raiders are the underdog, as indicated by the (+) symbol. A $100 bet would pay back the original stake plus $125 in profit.

Live Betting Thursday Night Football

Players in Arizona can live bet on Thursday Night Football, along with every other NFL game. Live betting options include moneyline, point spread and total bets. Some sites may even offer live prop bets, but be sure to check out each site's live betting options.

Parlays

A parlay bet is when multiple bets are combined into a single bet. For a parlay bet to win, all legs of the bet must hit. But parlay bets have appeal because they offer bigger payouts. Players can parlay the moneyline/point spread with the point total during a Thursday Night Football game for better odds and a higher payout.

Point Spreads

A point spread is a way oddsmakers and online sportsbooks balance two uneven teams. Here is an example of how a point spread could look for an NFL game:

Dallas Cowboys +3.5 (-110) at Tennessee Titans -3.5 (-110)

In this example, the Cowboys are a 3.5-point underdog. Dallas would need to win outright or lose by no more than 3 points to cover the spread. Likewise, the Titans are 3.5-point favorites. Washington would need to win by 4 or more points to cover the spread. The payout for each team, in this case, is -110, meaning that a player would need to wager $110 to earn a $100 profit.

Totals Betting

Another way to bet on the NFL is by point totals. Online sportsbooks will set a total of points that are expected to be scored in a game and it's up to bettors in AZ to wager on the Over or Under. Here is an example:

OVER 56.5 (-110)
UNDER 56.5 (-110)

In this case, the payout for both bets is the same at -110. Point totals can drastically differ from site to site, so be sure to shop for the best lines before placing a bet. If the two teams combine to score 57 or more points in a game, the Over bettors win. If the teams combine for 56 or fewer points, the Under wagers win.

Prop Bets

One of the most fun and popular new ways to bet on the NFL is with proposition, or "prop" wagers. Prop bets are a way to bet on a game, team, or player without the final results of a contest becoming a factor. For example, a bettor can wager on the total amount of passing touchdowns for Kyler Murray in a game. Or, players can wager on the number of made field goals for both teams during a Thursday Night game. Be sure to check out your favorite online sportsbooks to see what prop bets are available for your favorite NFL football game.

Where To Watch Thursday Night Football

Thursday Night Football games this season will be exclusively on Amazon Prime. You can stream games on your laptop, desktop or mobile device.

Thursday Night Football Betting Tips

Before placing any bet on the NFL, here are a few tips and tricks you should be using to help maximize your chances of winning.

Follow Injury Reports

Injury reports are vital during short weeks. Keep track of which players practiced in the days leading to the game and which ones might be out or be playing at less than 100 percent. Injuries can shift betting lines, so follow the injury report throughout the week.

Bet Primetime Players Instead Of Teams

There are a handful of players that perform better (or worse) in primetime than others. Teams can tend to be a bit inconsistent in this area. But some players, especially quarterbacks, tend to be more consistent under the lights. Before you place a bet, see how the star quarterback for each team performs in primetime.

Pay Attention to Rest Advantages

One of the biggest disadvantages to Thursday night games is the short amount of rest. That can have a major impact on some teams. Be sure to see how much time between games each team has as the fresher team often wins a higher percentage of these primetime contests.

Shop Betting Lines

One of the best pieces of advice we can offer is to shop for the best lines. Online sportsbooks will often offer different lines and payouts, so take a few minutes before placing a bet to see which one makes the most sense for you.

Live Betting

If you are live betting an NFL game, you should actually watch the game. That way, you can get a sense of how the game is flowing and possible momentum shifts that can impact the odds.

Get Started Betting on TNF Games

Betting on Thursday Night Football can be a little less predictable than normal Sunday games because both teams usually have less rest. However, if you follow the tips and tricks listed above, you can enjoy these primetime games in the middle of the week. If you're ready to bet on Thursday Night Football in Arizona, review the legal operators, sign up, claim a promo, and get started. The whole process takes just 5 to 10 minutes.

Arizona Thursday Night Football Betting FAQ

Contributors

Marcus Mosher covers the NFL, NFL Draft and NFL news for BetArizona.com. The managing editor of The Raiders Wire is also a contributor to The Athletic DFW, Pro Football Weekly and FanSided, and previously wrote for FanRag Sports. He hosts Locked On Cowboys Podcast. During NFL season, Marcus tracks his picks as a handicapper for Bookies.com.

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