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Thursday Night Football Picks & Predictions

During the NFL season, the best way to begin a weekend, packed full of games, is with “Thursday Night Football.” Sunday is the day that most NFL games are played, while Monday might have two, but usually one, prime-time game to close out the weekend. That is what makes NFL lines on Thursday so special. It is the start of the new football week.

However, sometimes, “Thursday Night Football” does get more complicated. For one, most teams do not get the same rest amount as other teams that play on Sunday. If a team plays on Sunday, it is a shorter turnaround to prepare and get healthy for a game on Thursday. That can sometimes lead to teams not playing as expected.
The other side of that is that “Thursday Night Football” does allow more upsets to happen, with the potential of closer and more exciting games. The better teams in the matchup could be without a top player who suffered a minor injury on Sunday, or the team didn’t prepare enough to use its advantages fully. That could make NFL odds for “Thursday Night Football” more compelling.

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Betting on Thursday Night Football Game

The Monday night matchup ends each week’s NFL slate, but that doesn’t mean there are any less NFL betting odds for Because of the scheduling and the potential of teams playing on short rest, that does make NFL picks on “Thursday Night Football” complex. It is surely something that every bettor must keep in mind before placing a bet on a “Thursday Night Football” game, knowing that there is a bigger likelihood of something out of the ordinary happening.

On top of that, despite “Thursday Night Football” being a prime-time game, it often does not get the best matchup of the week, even with the NFL having the ability to flex games. The league can flex two TNF games, that is it and it must allow for 12 days’ notice.
Part of that is because of the lack of rest and preparation, but also, the game is still not played on the weekend, when most people have a chance to watch. That is something bettors should be aware of when looking at the NFL spreads for “Thursday Night Football.”
In the end, football will still be played, and this starts off the next series of games. That is enough incentive to look for NFL betting options for “Thursday Night Football,” with decent enough matchups every week.

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Thursday Night Football FAQ’s

Q. Where can you bet on “Thursday Night Football?

BetUS is a great option to bet on “Thursday Night Football” with updated odds and player props before the game begins. Furthermore, the Locker Room offers free NFL expert picks for each “Thursday Night Football” game to help you in betting.

Q. Where can you watch “Thursday Night Football?

Amazon Prime bought the exclusive rights to broadcast Thursday Night Football. The broadcast features Al Michaels and Kirk Herbstreit calling the game and Kaylee Hartung as the sideline reporter.

Q. Is it appetizing to bet on “Thursday Night Football?

The NFL season plays the fewest games among all the major sports in the United States, so taking advantage of any opportunity to bet or watch football is important. “Thursday Night Football” usually has decent matchups, often made more interesting by the circumstances.

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