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How to watch the Dolphins vs Texans NFL game on Twitch – Live Stream, standings, and more

Published: 25/Oct/2018 19:56 Updated: 25/Oct/2018 20:08

by Wyatt Donigan


Twitch continues its expansion beyond video games by allowing NFL fans to stream Thursday Night Football for free.

Thursday Night Football has been available as part of Amazon Prime since the 2017 season, but it’s now easier than ever to stream the games without needing to pay a dime.

As the latest perk of Amazon’s partnership with Twitch, NFL fans can now tune into the official Prime Video Twitch channel to watch every game this season.

This week’s Thursday Night matchup is between the Miami Dolphins and Houston Texans in a match that has some serious implications on the AFC standings.


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The Texans are currently riding a four-game winstreak with their latest win coming with a 20-7 win over their division rivals in the Jacksonville Jaguars on October 21.

The Dolphins, meanwhile, are just 1-3 in their last four games after recently losing 32-21 to the Detroit Lions on October 21.

With both teams sitting at 4-3 in their respective divisions, this is a crucial game for both the Texans and Dolphins.

The game is scheduled to kick off at 8:20 PM ET. You can find Thursday’s injury report and current AFC standings down below.


Injury reports

  • Dolphins: QB Ryan Tannehilll (shoulder), WR Keny Stills (groin), DE Charles Harris (calf) OUT; TE Mike Geisicki (shoulder), TE A.J. Derby (foot) QUESTIONABLE
  • Texans: WR Keke Coutee (hamstring), TE Ryan Griffin (illness), G Zach Fulton (ankle), ILB Brian Peters (ankle), CB Aaron Colvin (ankle), CB Shareece Wright (shoulder, hand, groin), S Andre Hal (shoulder) OUT

AFC East

  1. New England Patriots (5-2)
  2. Miami Dolphins (4-3)
  3. New York Jets (3-4)
  4. Buffalo Bills (2-5)

AFC West 

  1. Kansas City Chiefs (6-1) 
  2. Los Angeles Chargers (5-2)
  3. Denver Broncos (3-4)
  4. Oakland Raiders (1-5)

AFC North

  1. Pittsburgh Steelers (3-2-1)
  2. Cincinatti Bengals (4-3)
  3. Baltimore Ravens (4-3) 
  4. Cleveland Browns (2-4-1)

AFC South

  1. Houston Texans (4-3)
  2. Tennessee Titans (3-4)
  3. Jacksonville Jaguars (3-4)
  4. Indianapolis Colts (2-5)