How to watch the Falcons in Week 2 of NFL football
The NFL’s first-ever Thursday night game is just around the corner.
With the Falcons facing off against the Minnesota Vikings, the first real time to watch them is in the middle of the night, as the NFL is currently streaming the game live from the league’s official site.
With ESPN’s coverage set to start at 8 p.m.
ET, you can watch all of Sunday’s action on ESPN’s WatchESPN app, available in the Apple TV App Store and Amazon Fire TV and Google Chromecast devices.
WatchESPN is also streaming the Vikings’ first home game of the season from their own website, and the Falcons will also be in prime prime prime time on ESPN, which airs every Sunday at 7 p.l.m., beginning with the Atlanta Falcons vs. New England Patriots game at Gillette Stadium.
The Falcons will be without a game-winning drive of the week as they travel to Chicago to take on the Bears.
If the Falcons win on Monday night, they will host the Chicago Bears at Lambeau Field.
The Falcons are coming off of a win over the New York Jets, but have yet to take the field for a game this season.
They have won just one game at Lamberg Field, and will be looking to rebound on Sunday, when they face off against one of the league top offenses.
If Atlanta wins on Monday, they’ll be playing at home against the New Orleans Saints, who will also likely be without their best player, Drew Brees.