Twitter users had questions about a sideline photo of Amazon founder Jeff Bezos posing with fans at Arrowhead Stadium.
The very first Thursday Night Football game of the 2022 season has arrived, as the Kansas City Chiefs take on the Los Angeles Chargers. This is also the first Thursday Night Football game that will be broadcasted exclusively on Amazon Prime Video, as the company and NFL made an streaming agreement. No more broadcast television for Thursday Night Football. Only on Amazon.
Given that this is the first Thursday Night Football game airing on Amazon, the company’s found, Jeff Bezos, was live in attendance at GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium for the Chiefs-Chargers contest. But what fans were talking about was the sideline photo that surfaced on Twitter, courtesy of KSHB 41 News’ Aaron Ladd.
NFL Twitter roasts Amazon founder Jeff Bezos at Thursday Night Football
Take a look at some of the reactions from the photo.
From the handshake to the random person’s leg sticking out over the barricade, there is a lot to process.
The first game of the Amazon era of Thursday Night Football begins with two of the top quarterbacks in the NFL battling in Patrick Mahomes and Justin Herbert. Mahomes helped lead the Chiefs to a 44-21 win over the Arizona Cardinals, while Herbert helped the Chargers pick up a 24-19 win over the Las Vegas Raiders.
On the call will be former Sunday Night Football commentator Al Michaels and current ESPN College Gameday analyst Kirk Herbstreit. Kaylee Hartung is the sideline reporter for Thursday Night Football. Additionally, game coverage will be hosted by Charissa Thompson, with former Kansas City Chiefs tight end Tony Gonzalez, former Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman, and former journeyman quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick serving as analysts.