How can you watch or listen to the Minnesota Vikings and Washington Redskins on Thursday Night Football in Week 8 and who are the refs and announcers?
The Minnesota Vikings are feeling good after getting their offense firing on all cylinders against the Lions last week and hope to keep that momentum going when they take on the Washington Redskins on Thursday Night Football.
On paper, this game looks like it could favor Minnesota in a big way. However, the purple and gold need to prove they can win prim time games, even if they are against a one-win team like the squad in D.C.
Fans are going to want to pay close attention to this game since a win here keeps them in the race for the NFC North crown and moves them closer to being in the playoffs. Here is all the information you’ll need to watch the game!
Time, date, and location
- Game: Minnesota Vikings vs. Washington Redskins
- Location: U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota
- Date: Thursday, Oct. 24, 2019
- Time: 7:20 p.m. CT
Places to watch the Game LIVE
- Live National broadcast: FOX/NFL Network
- Live Regional Vikings broadcast: FOX
- Regional coverage map: Available from 506 Sports
- Announcers: Joe Buck and Troy Aikman with Erin Andrews and Kristina Pink
- Online: FuboTV, Vikings App, Vikings mobile site (Safari browser only), Amazon Prime
- Vikings Radio Network, KFAN-FM 100.3/KTLK-AM 1130
- Sirius XM: Sirius 81/225 or Streaming 831/ (WAS); Sirius 83/226 or Streaming 819 (MIN)
- Tune-In (free trial)
- Westwood One
The other details
- Weather via NFLWeather: – no impact: indoors –
- Injury report: As shared on TVA
- Officiating crew according to Football Zebras: Head official Carl Cheffers and crew
- Odds: MIN -16.5, courtesy of the Action Network
More info from TVA
- Case Keenum says Thursday is ‘just a normal game’
- 3 things Minnesota needs to improve heading into Week 8
- 5 Bold Predictions: Minnesota vs. Washington
- 5 Minnesota players to watch vs. the Washington
Don’t miss the game between the Minnesota Vikings and Washington Redskins on Thursday Night Football to see if the purple and gold can move to 6-2 on the season and keep trucking forward this season.