The Los Angeles Chargers visit the Kansas City Chiefs to start the NFL Week 2 schedule on "Thursday Night Football." It's one of the most highly anticipated games on the 2022 schedule, but plenty of fans might not realize how to watch it.

"Thursday Night Football" will no longer be broadcast nationally on NFL Network or network television. Fans have to watch the game on Amazon Prime Video.

A standalone subscription to Prime Video costs $8.99 per month. An Amazon Prime membership also includes access to Prime Video, and it costs either $14.99 per month or $139 per year.

Thursday's game between the Chiefs and Chargers starts at 8:15 p.m. ET from Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City.

The Chiefs and Chargers are considered to be among the top Super Bowl contenders and are expected to battle for the AFC West championship. Kansas City is a 3.5-point betting favorite as the home team in Week 2.

Kansas City had the biggest margin of victory for any team in Week 1. The Chiefs beat the Arizona Cardinals 44-21. Patrick Mahomes won AFC Player of the Week honors by completing 76.9% of his passes for 360 yards, five touchdowns and no interceptions.

Los Angeles started the season with a division win. The Chargers beat the Las Vegas Raiders 24-19. Justin Herbert threw for 279 yards and three touchdowns.

The AFC West rivals faced off in one of the most exciting Thursday night games a season ago. The Chiefs beat the Chargers 34-28 in overtime on Dec. 16, 2021 to essentially put away the division title. Travis Kelce caught a seven-yard touchdown pass with 76 seconds left in regulation to tie the game, and his 34-yard touchdown reception in the extra session gave Kansas City the victory.

Amazon paid a reported $1 billion per season for the exclusive rights to "Thursday Night Football." It's an 11-year deal, which includes 15 regular-season games and one preseason contest each season.

Legendary announcer Al Michaels and Kirk Herbstreit of ESPN's "College Gameday" make up the broadcast boost for the Thursday night contests.

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Derwin James of the Los Angeles Chargers celebrates an incompletion by the Las Vegas Raiders during the third quarter at Allegiant Stadium on January 09, 2022 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Chris Unger/Getty Images