Move over checkout lines, traffic, and over-caffeinated shoppers, there’s a new reason to stay home this year. The NFL is reportedly looking to expand its schedule to include a Black Friday game, most likely starting with the 2023 season. According to John Ourand with Sports Business Journal, the Black Friday game would be streamed on Amazon if approved.

In addition to three standard games on Thanksgiving day, and a normal slate on Sunday, a Black Friday game will round out a long weekend of football. This time has traditionally been a boon for games, with the two Thanksgiving afternoon games on CBS and Fox averaging 35.3 million viewers, which is more than twice the league’s regular season average.

Amazon certainly paid for the privilege, with NBC Sports’ Peter King pegging the cost of the single game at between $70-100M. Amazon will have to pay that cost in addition to the $1B per year that it shells out for “TNF.”

According to Ourand, the Black Friday schedule is “ripe” for a big sporting event. The college football schedule traditionally features a small selection of games, only two of which have ever drawn audiences of more than 5 million viewers: 2020’s Notre Dame-North Carolina game on ABC (6.1 million viewers) and 2018’s Oklahoma-West Virginia game on ESPN (5.6 million).