Vikings vs Lions Live Stream Thanksgiving NFL Football Week 12: Watch Minnesota Vikings vs Detroit Lions Live Stream Online, Live Update, Odds, Start Time, Game Time, Preview, Team News and TV Info. A Thanksgiving tradition continues as the Detroit Lions host the Minnesota Vikings at Ford Field on Thursday afternoon. With that on the line, fans won’t want to miss a moment of the action. Here is all the info fans will need in order to enjoy the Week 12 game:
- Game: Minnesota Vikings at Detroit Lions
- Location: Ford Field in Detroit, Michigan
- Date: Thursday, November 23, 2017
- Time: 12:30 ET
The Minnesota Vikings are coming off a big win in Week 11 at U.S. Bank Stadium over the Los Angeles Rams but won’t have much time to focus on their opponent for Week 12 due to a short week.
Now, all attention shifts to Thanksgiving, where the Vikings will look to avenge one of their two losses so far this season on the road against the Detroit Lions in a divisional matchup which could put Minnesota in a great position in the NFC North moving forward.
The 6-4 Detroit Lions are hosting the 8-2 Minnesota Vikings in a rematch of last year’s annual Lions Thanksgiving game, and since the Lions and Vikings are battling for the top of the NFC North, it’s a significant game that you won’t want to miss.
So here’s how to watch: tune into Fox at 12:30/11:30c. The game is set to end at around 3:30/2:30c, so there’s time for a smooth transition from football mode into dinner mode. If you want to make a whole day of it, pregame coverage starts at 10:30/9:30c, and postgame coverage goes until 4/3c.
If you don’t have traditional TV, you can watch live online via fuboTV, a sports-centric streaming service that’s offering a free seven-day trial; Hulu with Live TV; SlingTV; Playstation Vue; DirecTV Now or YouTube TV.
If you have a cable log-in, you can watch on Fox Sports Go. If you’re a Verizon customer, you can watch on the NFL Mobile app.
As for the game itself, it’s a big one; if the Lions win, they’ll cut the Vikings’ lead in the division to one game and hold the tiebreaker in case they finish the season with the same record. It could be a make-or-break game for the Lions’ playoff chances… or it could lock the division up for the Vikings.