NFL Schedule Release: 2024 Thursday Night Football Schedule, Matchups, & Odds

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Written By Jeffrey Schreiber | Last Updated

With the NFL Schedule Release, we now have the 2024 Thursday Night Football schedule. There are a ton of exciting and interesting games on tap. The season kicks off on September 5th with a rematch of the AFC Championship as Baltimore heads to Kansas City for the banner raiser.

Amazon Prime Video is entering its third season as the NFL’s exclusive partner of TNF and will enjoy a juicy collection of games, beginning on September 12 (Week 2) when the Buffalo Bills will travel down to Hard Rock Stadium to face their AFC East rival, the Miami Dolphins. 

Read below for every 2024 Thursday Night Football matchup and Thursday Night Football odds. Check the best sports betting sites for the best price and new-user offers.

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2024 Thursday Night Football Schedule And Odds

Week #DateRoad TeamHome TeamOdds
Week 19/5Baltimore RavensKansas City ChiefsChiefs
Week 29/12Buffalo BillsMiami DolphinsDolphins
Week 39/19New England PatriotsNew York JetsJets
Week 49/26Dallas Cowboys New York GiantsGiants
Week 510/3Tampa Bay BuccanneersAtlanta Falcons Falcons
Week 610/10San Francisco 49ersSeattle Seahawks Seahawks
Week 710/17Denver Broncos New Orleans SaintsSaints
Week 810/24Minnesota VikingsLos Angeles Rams Rams
Week 910/31Houston TexansNew York JetsJets
Week 1011/7Cincinnatti Bengals Baltimore RavensN/A
Week 1111/14Washington CommandersPhiladelphia EaglesN/A
Week 1211/21Pittsburgh SteelersCleveland Browns N/A
Week 1311/29 (Black Friday Football)Las Vegas RaidersKansas City Chiefs N/A
Week 1412/5Green Bay PackersDetroit Lions N/A
Week 1512/12Los Angeles Rams San Francisco 49ersN/A
Week 1612/19Cleveland Browns Cincinnati Bengals N/A
Week 1712/26Seattle Seahawks Chicago Bears N/A

Key 2024 Thursday Night Football Matchups

Week 1: Baltimore Ravens @ Kansas City Chiefs

At the end of the upcoming season, the 59th Super Bowl will be played. No team has ever won three Super Bowls in a row. After offseason troubles, Rashee Rice is likely unavailable. Because of this, Kansas City shouldn’t be considered easy favorites. The loss of Patrick Queen does hurt the Ravens’ secondary. That said, the Ravens lost the AFC title game last year because of a lack of offense. If Offensive Coordinator Todd Monken calls a better game than he did in January, Baltimore can win, especially if Rice is out, as expected.

Week 2: Buffalo Bills @ Miami Dolphins

Amazon gets to kick off its 2024 Thursday Night Football schedule in Week 2. Both Buffalo and Miami lost key contributors this offseason. Accordingly, questions are swirling about the state of the two titans of the AFC East last year. With the Bills losing defenders left and right and trading Stefon Diggs, they will have much to prove. Conversely, the Dolphins must show they can create reliable offense against good teas after going out limply the last three weeks of the 2023 season.

Week 7: Denver Broncos @ New Orleans Saints

The winningest coach in New Orleans Saints franchise history will make his first head coaching appearance against New Orleans in prime time, when Sean Payton and the Denver Broncos visit the Caesars Superdome on Thursday night, Oct. 17. The visit by Payton and the Broncos is among the most high-profile matchups on the 2024 NFL TNF schedule.