Thursday Night's NFL matchup will bring back memories of two thrilling Super Bowl games with rare losses for the Brady and Belichick dynasty. The Patriots have won three of the last four NFL championships, but will they have extra fight in them for two that got away? You can find out, and see the game in ultra-high resolution. Stream Thursday Night Football with the widest range of supported devices by watching the New York Giants vs. New England Patriots in 4K on Fubo TV
The New York Giants will play against the New England Patriots at 8 p.m. Eastern this Thursday, October 10. It will be coming to you live from Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Mass. The game will be broadcast on Fox, and carried in 4K streaming on Fubo TV.
The New York Giants (2-3) are trying to pull off a rare combination in the NFL. The team is turning over their roster, including key positions like starting quarterback, but they're also attempting to win right away. That new quarterback, Daniel Jones, has shown more promise then former starter Eli Manning but the results have mostly been the same. Star running back Saquon Barkley is going to miss this Thursday Night game with an ankle injury, so the pressure will be on Jones to lead the charge for an upset.
The New England Patriots (5-0) have continued their winning ways, and taking full advantage of the rest of their terrible division. The Patriots have already swept through their AFC East foes once, beating the Miami Dolphins, the New York Jets, and Buffalo Bills in three straight games. There have been some cracks in New England's armor, as the team has had several slow starts to games, and Hall of Fame quarterback Tom Brady has been very good, but not up to his typical level of excellence. Only five of the remaining eleven teams left on the Patriot's schedule currently have winning records, so Brady and company have the leeway to figure things out.
Watching sports in 4K HDR is a total game changer. NFL backers can stream 4K games every Thursday night for most of this season. Plus with Fox covering the NFC postseason, there is still a possibility for 4K in the NFL Playoffs. We will be sure to update you as more 4K games are added.
Fubo TV includes select 4K broadcasts as part of their live TV streaming plans with no extra cost on a long list of supported 4K devices. The Fox Sports app may offer 4K streams, but that is limited to just two types of supported devices. Fubo in 4K is available with most 4K HDR streaming platforms. Just connect a 4K compatible display to any of the Fubo 4K compatible streaming devices listed here:
- Internet Explorer
- Apple TV 4K
- Chromecast Ultra
- Fire TV 4K Stick
- Fire TV Cube
- Roku Premiere / Premiere+
- Roku Ultra
- Roku Streaming Stick+
- Roku 4K TVs
- Nvidia Shield TV & other Android TVs
- Supported Android phones
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