NFL games streaming this month (December 2019)
The Thursday Night Football games streaming on Amazon Prime Video and CBS All Access are over. However, two weeks of games still remain.
With a CBS All Access subscription, though, you can access many games broadcast on CBS. At this late juncture of the NFL year, it might be the perfect time to test out a free, one-month trial.
Follow these links for full schedules:
Week 16: Cincinnati Bengals at Miami Dolphins (CBS All Access – Dec. 22, 1 p.m. ET)
Now BEAR WITH ME! A postseason implications-fueled matchup this is not. (Baby) Yoda is rubbing off on me, pardon gentles all!
No, this is intriguing for another reason: the tank-a-thon. Despite the best efforts of Miami’s front office to gut the roster, first-year coach Brian Flores and Ryan “FITZMAGIC” Fitzpatrick have managed to win games in 2019.
The Dolphins were thought to be a lock for the 2020 draft’s top selection. Now Cincinnati is the leader in the clubhouse. Thanks largely to injuries to star receivers A.J. Green and John Ross, the Bengals have been putrid.
They finally notched their first win in Week 13 upon reinserting Andy Dalton as the starting quarterback. Dalton is likely out of Cincinnati after this year, yet still has plenty to play for as he auditions for a future job.
It’ll be fascinating to see who tries to lose this one harder. Maybe Ryan Finley will replace Dalton again after all. That’d all but clinch the No. 1 overall pick for the Bengals.
Week 17: Tennessee Titans at Houston Texans (CBS All Access – Dec. 29, 1 p.m. ET)
For the second time in the last three games of the year, these AFC South adversaries will do battle.
The division may well be decided by this time. However, it’s a big deal that the Titans have home-field advantage in Week 15. With the way Tennessee has played of late, the head-to-head tiebreaker will loom large.
Ryan Tannehill has given the Titans offense a spark. He’s capitalized on the weapons at his disposal, not least of which is bruising running back Derrick Henry.
Houston entered Week 14 ranked sixth-worst in total defense, so Tennessee’s balanced attack could present problems for the current division favorites.
Solid as Tannehill has been, though, Texans field general Deshaun Watson may be too much for the Titans to overcome. We can only hope the teams are tied up entering the season-ending rematch for maximum drama!