Amazon Prime’s Thursday Night Football stream continues to be a headache for many fans streaming the game at home.
For some viewers, the stream is running perfectly fine, but there are a ton of others who are complaining that issues of lagging and buffering have gotten worse this week.
On Twitter, you can find dozens of fans complaining about the stream quality of the Thursday Night Football game.
The video quality of this Amazon Prime NFL football game is AWFUL! lol
— Matt Black (@RAWFShowtime) September 23, 2022
NFL on Amazon Prime is extremely pixelated. Voice is not in sync. Don't think Amazon prime is ready for NFL Live.
— Roman Rosalez (@RomanRosalez) September 23, 2022
Is anyone else experiencing a sound delay on the Amazon Prime broadcast of the game?
— Mike Chaffee (@mchaffee2112) September 23, 2022
Amazon prime count your days that this football game sounds and looks like this
— This girl watches football 🧠💪🏽 (@Joshuas_Keeper) September 23, 2022
Wow…Amazon Prime still can’t get it right with their Thursday Night Football stream. It’s awful. NFL should force it back to network TV until they figure it out.
— Dan Simpson (@djsimpson60) September 23, 2022
Why is the video quality of the Amazon Prime broadcast like watching a game from the 1980’s again?
— baseball is life! (@coachwortman) September 23, 2022
Amazon video quality tonight: pic.twitter.com/EHSxLOL70b
— Andrew Stern (@astern) September 23, 2022
Amazon needs to address these #TNFonPrime issues. In my opinion, there are still too many comments on social complaining about video quality being choppy, audio out of sync etc. you don't see this with NFL games streaming on FOX, NBC or CBS. #streamingmedia https://t.co/oxEjUz5PRx
— Dan Rayburn (@DanRayburn) September 23, 2022