Amazon Prime's Thursday Night Football TV show between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Los Angeles Chargers opened with pictures of players and silhouettes while listing the TNF cast as if they were ... movies - all with the sound of the foreigner "feels like the first time" .

silhouettes while listing the TNF cast as if they were ... movies - all with the sound of the foreigner "feels like the first time" .

It looks like the beginning of a big budget blockbuster - and for good reason. AmazonAMZN -3.1% signed an 11-year, $13 billion contract with the NFL last March.

We are so excited to have Thursday Night Football be part of Prime Video,” said Lisa Leung, Amazon Prime’s director of member growth and business intelligence.

Streaming viewers have a choice of four boxes: National Broadcast, TNF in Spanish, Prime Vision and Next Gen Stats, and TNF with Dude Perfect.

The mainstream TV show drew complaints about muffled sound, blurry images, and profanity, especially during the first half. Others said that the show was not good and the problems could be with the poor technology and the family of the viewer.

Notably, Amazon did not have an obvious icon to indicate the number timeouts of each team had. That became pertinent when the Chiefs took over with 53 seconds left in first half.

However, Amazon has posted some great footage, including a photo juxtaposing Chargers head coach Brandon Staley and Chiefs coach Andy Reid in 1999.

Another touching shot showed Chiefs defensive end Chris Jones drinking oxygen from the pool after making a crucial third-down save on Austin Ekeler in the fourth quarter.

Amazon has signed advertisers Al Michaels and Kirk Herbstreit for a deal worth more than $10 million a year for each advertiser.

Michaels, perhaps the greatest play-by-play commentator, does not mention the number of yards a player has recorded in each game.

Herbstreit was sharp. He offered strong analysis, praising rookie Zion Johnson’s blocking of Jones.

He deftly described how DeAndre Carter went in motion with 12:34 left in the fourth quarter.

He then wisely pointed out that Chargers tight end Gerald Everett ran away and didn't fight for the ball on Jaylen Watson's 99-yard pick.

In addition to Spanish options on Prime Vision, Amazon has Dude Perfect. From their 30,000 square foot headquarters in Frisco, Texas, the crew tried to predict what would happen when preparing for a dunk boat.

The group first met at Texas A&M University. Tyler Toney, twins Cory and Coby Cotton, Garrett Hilbert and Cody Jones went on to establish Dude Perfect in 2009,

Unlike ManningCast, the team doesn't really say what's going on and the action is hard to follow. Others, however, praised how much their children liked the Dude Perfect option.

This halftime, pregame and postgame show hosted by Charissa Thompson, Tony Gonzalez, Ryan Fitzpatrick and Richard Sherman was one of the highlights of the evening.

Fitzpatrick, the former quarterback, provided levity, saying he never completed a pass to Gonzalez, the former Chiefs tight end, but did so plenty of times to Sherman, a former cornerback,

Sherman made sure at halftime that the Chargers weren't afraid of the Chiefs' secondary, which featured three rookies, in the first half. The Chiefs, however, improved in the second, holding Mike Williams with two catches and a clear pick-6

The pre-match show also featured Michael Smith, Taylor Rooks and Andrew Whitworth in small roles. who otherwise would not have registered without TNF.