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    ROBERT GRIFFIN III was under fire for his comments on Monday Night Football. The ESPN analyst used a term that was deemed offensive by viewers during Monday's game. 1Robert Griffin III came under fire for his comments on ESPN last nightCredit: ESPN RGIII pushing the boundaries of analysis you can get on TV pic.twitter.com/2JsxHG0p8B— CJ Fogler AKA Perc70 #BlackLivesMatter (@cjzero) December 13, 2022 Griffin was part of the crew by the side of the field for the New England Patriots' win over the Arizona Cardinals. The team began talking about the NFC playoff picture when the subject of Jalen Hurts came up. And Griffin's analysis of the Philadelphia Eagles quarterback caused quite a stir. RG3 said: "People said that Jalen Hurts couldn’t get it done. Read More on the NFLNEVERENDING BAG OF TRICKS Mahomes invented another magical throw that left fans in meltdownTERRY WORRY Terry Bradshaw sparks concern on FOX NFL Sunday with 'mistakes' called out "He could not break from the pocket. He’s not the QB of the future. "I think he proved all those jiggaboos wrong." The...
    MONDAY was a night to forget for Saquon Barkley. Not only did the New York Giants running back have to endure a 23-16 loss to their divisional rivals, the Dallas Cowboys, but he was also immortalized in a terrifying graphic by ESPN. 3This animation was meant to celebrate that Barkley leads the NFL in yards from scrimmageCredit: ESPN 3Daboll's appearance was intended to commemorate their 2-0 start to the seasonCredit: ESPN In what appeared to be an attempted retelling of the Tom Hanks movie Big, Barkley was animated visiting an equally unnerving fortune teller. The former NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year is then told his wish has been granted, following which he and Giants head coach Brian Daboll appear among a selection of oversized classic toys, dancing on a keyboard. Yes, it's exactly as strange as it sounds. One person captioned a retweet of the footage: "Didn’t plan on sleeping tonight anyway." Read More on FootballHORROR SMASH New details on Myles Garrett's scary crash as Porsche flipped multiple timesBRANDT AWARENESS Kyle Brandt makes awkward 'World Wars' joke live on...
    It didn’t take long for Eli Manning to become a giant at ESPN. The two-time Super Bowl winner continues to revolutionize sports TV with the “Manningcast,” an alternate telecast of “Monday Night Football” in which the former Giants quarterback and older brother Peyton Manning break down plays, tell stories and interview guests as they watch a game live. Now in his second season, Eli Manning loves the informal nature of their show, which they shoot remotely from their homes. He’s especially excited to call this Monday’s game between the Giants and the Dallas Cowboys. “I pretty much said I do not want to do broadcasting,” Manning told the Daily News. “I did not want to do games, and technically I don’t think I’m a broadcaster. I don’t know, I just kind of feel like I’m just sitting at home on my couch with my brother, talking football. “It’s a more casual approach,” he said. “If I make a mistake, I know Peyton’s going to call me out before the media’s going to have an opportunity to call me out the...
    ESPN could soon have a new lead analyst for Monday Night Football with Troy Aikman reportedly close to signing with the network. It looks like Monday Night Football will sound different in 2022. Troy Aikman is close to completing a deal with ESPN to join MNF as the lead analyst, according to the New York Post. The Fox analyst is expected to get a contract similar to Tony Romo’s at $180 million for 10 years. Troy Aikman is getting set to shake up the Monday Night Football lineupFor the last two years, ESPN has had Steve Levy, Brian Griese and Louis Riddick in the booth. Aikman would come in and likely push Griese out. And there could be even more changes. A report from the NY Post in January suggested Al Michaels was a target for ESPN as the play-by-play man for Monday Night Football. He was the voice of MNF from 1986 to 2005 and he is expected to leave NBC this year, putting his services on the open market. While Amazon Prime has been courting Michaels to take...
    Scroll down to join us for live scoring updates, news and analysis Monday night when the 49ers host the Rams. To view the live updates on your mobile device click here. GAME ESSENTIALS: 49ers (3-5) vs. Rams (7-2) at Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara, at 5:15 p.m. (PT). TV: ESPN-TV, ABC-TV (Ch. 7), Announcers: Steve Levy (play-by-play), Brian Griese and Louis Riddick (color commentary), Lisa Salters (sideline reporting). ODDS: Rams -4. OVER/UNDER: 49. SERIES: 49ers lead 73-67-3. LAST MEETING: 49ers won 23-20 at SoFi Stadium on Nov. 29, 2020. The 49ers have swept Sean McVay’s Rams in each of the past two seasons, but getting a fifth straight victory on Monday will take some doing. This isn’t an ideal matchup for the 49ers’ struggling defense. San Francisco’s 26th-ranked defense has a hefty challenge in its way as the Rams’ offense poses a schematic issue for the 49ers. Under new quarterback Matthew Stafford, the Rams’ offense has used a lot of empty backfield sets (a league-high 19 percent). The 49ers haven’t handled empty sets very well...
    NFLs Patrick Mahomes and More Celeb Parents Pumpkin Patch Pics This fast-food giant is ditching most of its paper coupons "Monday Night Football" has featured a matchup of AFC contenders in consecutive weeks. That will change in Week 7 as two NFC teams that made the playoffs last season will do battle. However, both teams will be using different starting quarterbacks than most fans are used to seeing because of an injury to the home team's starter and the retirement of the away team's starter. Last season, the Saints had Drew Brees as their starter for most of the season. This year, it's the Jameis Winston show. Meanwhile, the Seahawks still have Russell Wilson, but he's dealing with a finger injury and will miss his second straight start. Geno Smith will play in his place. The quarterback play may not matter all that much in this one. This game, which will be played in Seattle, may take place during a "bomb cyclone." That could make it a wet, rainy game, so don't be surprised if both teams have rely...
    The best and worst fictional teachers These Are the 15 Best Cities for Gen Z To Live Well on a Budget The Mannings will be absent for the third week in a row during Week 6's "Mnday Night Football" game featuring the Bills and Titans. After Peyton and Eli Manning teamed up for the "Manning Cast" on ESPN2 for the first three weeks in the NFL season, the Manning brothers haven't broadcast their show since. It's part of a scheduled break baked into to deal with ESPN that calls for Peyton and Eli to be involved in 10 games during the 2021 NFL season.  During the first three weeks, the Mannings had various guests pop on the show to discuss the games, such as Nick Saban, Pat McAfee and LeBron James, to name a few.  Here's everything you need to know about why the Mannings won't be on ESPN2 and ESPN+ this week, and when they will be coming back on the air. IYER: Why ESPN's Peyton and Eli Manning broadcast is only right way to watch 'MNF' Why Peyton, Eli...
    All the Details on Kourtney Kardashians Gorgeous Engagement Ring From Travis Barker D.C. Pulls 60 Percent of Its Metro Fleet After Design Flaw Causes Derailment The Ravens vs. Colts "Monday Night Football" matchup lived up to the hype in Week 5. Now, fans will get a game similar to that experience as two more AFC playoff teams from last year meet for a Monday night showdown. These two teams are currently leading their respective divisions and possess two of the better offenses in the league. That said, the Bills have a clear advantage on the defensive side of the ball after limiting Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs to just 20 points last week at Arrowhead Stadium. Meanwhile, the Titans have struggled to stop and slow down top offenses this year. They were crushed by the Cardinals in Week 1 despite being favored and have played in a lot of high-scoring games. This figures to be one as well, given how well Buffalo is playing at the moment. Here is everything to know about ESPN's "Monday Night Football" game for Week...
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    40 Song Lyrics Weve All Screwed up Through the Years Cities Americans Are Abandoning "Monday Night Football" has featured divisional matchups for three consecutive weeks. That will change during Week 5 of the 2021 NFL season, as two AFC teams will meet for the second consecutive year. Both teams were playoff teams last season. The Colts were the first-ever No. 7 seed in the AFC playoffs after the NFL expanded the bracket last season. They snuck in during the final week of the postseason and had a decent showing against the Bills in the Wild Card round. Now, Indianapolis will look to win its second consecutive game after starting the year on an 0-3 skid. It won't be easy, as they're travelling to Baltimore to take on Lamar Jackson and the Ravens, who sport a 3-1 record and have won three consecutive games. Here is everything to know about ESPN's "Monday Night Football" game for Week 5, including the kickoff time and more. MORE:  Watch Ravens vs. Colts live with fuboTV (7-day free trial) Who plays on 'Monday Night Football' tonight?...
    Tucson shooting on Amtrak train:1 person detained. Haitis fired justice minister Rockfeller Vincent calls for PM to quit over murder investigation Expect some offensive fireworks on Monday night. Two of the league's best passing offenses will face off against one another in SoFi Stadium with the Chargers hosting the Raiders for "Monday Night Football" to cap off Week 4. The Raiders and quarterback Derek Carr currently lead the league in passing yards, while Justin Herbert and the Chargers aren't far back, with Herbert sitting in fourth in the league.  Las Vegas hasn't just been dinking and dunking down the field. So far, only the Cardinals have more passing plays that gained more than 25 yards than the Raiders' 11 such plays. The Chargers, on the other hand, have been more content to work incrementally up the field. They have gained 49 of their first downs this season through the air, averaging 15.2 yards gained on those first down attempts, according to Stathead. The Raiders have made 53 first downs on passes and averaged 18.2 yards per play. Both teams have...
    New York City vaccination mandate for teachers takes effect; rural Americans dying at twice the rate of those in cities: COVID-19 updates Michigan nurse charged with stealing and selling Covid vaccination cards Peyton Manning and Eli Manning have hosted a simulcast on ESPN's "Monday Night Football" for each of the first three contests of the season. So far, the program has been well received and has matched the description Peyton gave of it in early August. “It is kind of like you are watching the game at a bar and me and Eli show up and watch the game with you,” Manning said, per ProFootballTalk. “[That] is kind of the theme. We are not going to be in a booth. With my forehead and my neck, I couldn’t fit in a booth. I can fit on my couch at home and Eli can be on his couch. But we are going to watch football." "It was just too good of an opportunity — to watch football with your brother, to tell stories, to talk a little football, I am looking...
    Cardi B dons curious purple and green creations on same day, plus more stars at Paris Fashion Week Does it ever make sense for a retiree to file for bankruptcy? "Monday Night Football" has largely been a divisional affair during the 2021 NFL season. Week 4 will mark the third consecutive week that two interdivisional rivals will square off in a key game. The only one that didn't feature divisional opponents was the Week 1 Raiders vs. Ravens contest. The two teams playing in Week 4's "Monday Night Football" game hail from the AFC West. They have a combined record of 5-1, and the winner will have a chance to be atop the division by the end of Monday night. Neither of the teams in question is the Chiefs, but the Chargers, who just knocked off Kansas City, will be hosting the Monday night contest. It will take place at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, Calif. They'll hope to deal the Raiders their first loss of the 2021 NFL season. Here is everything to know about ESPN's "Monday Night Football"...
    Night owls watching Monday Night Football saw Eli Manning flipping two birds live on the air. The former quarterback for the New York Giants recalled a 9-year-old Philadelphia Eagles fan giving him double middle fingers while making disparaging remarks about Manning's mother and brother. Manning recreated the gesture on live television as he was telling the story, which ESPN did not censor. LET WEALTHY FANS HELP PAY FOR NEW SPORTS STADIUMS "You go to Philly, you're getting the double bird right away from a nine-year-old kid." @EliManning talked about his experience playing at Lincoln ???? pic.twitter.com/xeBISDQCbJ— ESPN (@espn) September 28, 2021 Manning later apologized for the double middle fingers. “Earlier I gave the double bird. I’m sorry. I guess that’s frowned upon,” Manning said on ESPN2′s Monday Night Football Manningcast . “That’s what a 9-year-old did to me. I thought I could do it back.” Some applauded the gesture, dubbing Manning a “hero,” while others mocked Manning’s apology. "'I'd like to apologize… to absolutely nobody.'" - @EliManning," tweeted football player Will Compton....
    Jean Hale, Actress in ‘In Like Flint’ and ‘Batman,’ Dies at 82 The Average Retirement Age in Every State So far in 2021, "Monday Night Football" has treated viewers to one of the best games of the season (Raiders vs. Ravens) and an 18-point Packers win over the Lions in a divisional clash. In Week 3, the program is hoping to get something closer to the Week 1 game while adding the flair of a divisional battle. "Monday Night Football" will be heading to AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas to watch the Cowboys try to move into first place in the NFC East. They'll have a chance to win their second game of the season at the stadium affectionately known as "Jerry World" but they'll have to get past a tough, divisional rival to move above .500 for the first time this season. Here is everything to know about ESPN's "Monday Night Football" game for Week 3, including the kickoff time and more. MORE: Watch Cowboys vs. Eagles live with fuboTV (7-day free trial) Who plays on 'Monday Night Football' tonight? ...
    Yara Shahidi Requested to Present Early at 2021 Emmys in Order to Make it to Class at Harvard Stocks tumble as Wall Streets fears turn to China "Monday Night Football" treated viewers to an excellent game between the Raiders and Ravens in Week 1. The two teams needed overtime to decide the winner, and the Raiders ultimately emerged with the unexpected win. In Week 2, the matchup is decidedly less exciting, but at least one storyline will be prevalent in the mind of viewers. Will Aaron Rodgers be able to bounce back after a terrible Week 1? Rodgers and the Packers lost 38-3 to the Saints in Week 1. Coach Matt LaFleur said that they were "embarrassed" in the contest, and Rodgers admitted that he played badly. That said, he wasn't too worried about the team. It was just one game, after all. Nonetheless, the Packers will look to get back on track and they'll have a chance to do so against their divisional rival Lions. Here is everything to know about ESPN's "Monday Night Football" game for Week...
    Lindsey Buckingham breaks down 10 of his best guitar riffs Bungalow Raises $75 Million To Expand Co-living Model © Provided by Sports Illustrated Is ESPN's alternate 'MNF' broadcast with Peyton and Eli Manning worth your time? 1. ESPN finally got Peyton Manning on their air calling a Monday Night Football game—and it was a success. The Worldwide Leader has said all along that Peyton and Manning aren’t calling 10 games on ESPN2 this season as a replacement for the main broadcast, called by Steve Levy, Louis Riddick and Brian Grise, on ESPN. The brothers are there to provide an alternative option and that’s what they did perfectly last night in the Raiders’ 33–27 overtime win over the Ravens. Aside from the first five minutes of the broadcast, which were pretty cringing, things couldn’t have gone better. The best parts of the show were when Peyton and Eli bagged the schtick, didn’t have any guests and just talked football. I’m not opposed to fun and nonsense, but that works best in moderation when there’s a game taking place. The game...
    Lil Nas X channels Prince in purple suit with a train, MTV VMAs 2021 fashion hits and misses Overwhelmed Kentucky hospitals fear the worst as federal Covid-19 assistance is scheduled to leave Friday The Manning brothers are returning to the gridiron — just in a different way.  Over the next three seasons, Peyton and Eli Manning will host an alternate broadcast of Monday Night Football titled “Monday Night Football with Peyton and Eli,” which will air on ESPN2 and ESPN+. The brothers will broadcast 10 games in each of those years for a total of 30.  Their programming will begin on ESPN’s “Monday Night Football MegaCast” on Sept. 13 with the Las Vegas Raiders and Baltimore Ravens contest, which features a traditional ESPN and ABC broadcast; the Manning brothers on ESPN2; a “Between the Lines” programming on ESPN+; and a Spanish language presentation on ESPN Deportes.  The Manning brothers will provide “in-the-moment analysis, big picture NFL dialogue, knee-jerk reaction” and historical perspective with “iconic NFL stars, current athletes and celebrities expected to join each week,” according to a press release. “Offering multiple...
    At least 4 injured after apartment building explosion near Atlanta Dozens of abducted students freed in NW Nigeria as army cracks down Traditionally, four teams play on ESPN's "Monday Night Football" to open the NFL season. Typically, the games pit potential playoff contenders — or at least teams with playoff aspirations — against one another in a meaningful, early-season prime-time game. This year, however, things are a bit different. The NFL will not be hosting a Monday night doubleheader for the first time since 2006. Instead of airing an early game at 7:10 p.m. ET and a late game at 10:15 p.m. ET, ESPN will air just one starting at 8:15 p.m. ET, the normal start time for "Monday Night Football." As a result, there are just two teams playing on Monday night. Nonetheless, fans will be treated to an intriguing matchup as the Ravens, who have made the playoffs in three consecutive seasons, take on Jon Gruden's Raiders.  Here is everything to know about ESPN's "Monday Night Football" game for Week 1, including the kickoff time and more. MORE: Watch Ravens vs. Raiders...
    A Week 15 “Monday Night Football” matchup between the Steelers and Bengals had potential, but it’s lost some of its luster in recent weeks. Pittsburgh (11-2) is coming off consecutive losses to drop below Kansas City in the AFC standings. Cincinnati (2-10-1) was at least exciting while Joe Burrow was healthy, but he’s out for the season. It’s an AFC North rivalry on Monday night, to be sure, but not quite at the same present excitement level as Browns-Ravens in Week 14.  MORE: Watch tonight’s NFL game live with fuboTV After the Steelers’ most recent loss, to the Bills, Ben Roethlisberger said Pittsburgh needs to look in the mirror. It’s unlikely the Steelers could slip up against some quarterback combination of Brandon Allen and Ryan Finley, but Pittsburgh finding its footing could help it get the right momentum into the season’s final few weeks.  Below is more about the matchup, plus everything to know about how to watch “Monday Night Football.” Who plays on ‘Monday Night Football’ tonight? Matchup: Pittsburgh Steelers at Cincinnati Bengals Location: Paul Brown Stadium in...
    Baker Mayfield and the Browns get an opportunity to keep cooking in front of a national audience on Week 14’s “Monday Night Football.” Mayfield has featured nationally in plenty of commercials this season, but it’ll only be Cleveland’s second appearance in prime time despite a 9-3 record. The Browns will host Lamar Jackson and the Ravens (7-5) in a classic AFC North rivalry between the team that once was the Browns franchise and the current Browns. MORE: Watch tonight’s NFL game live with fuboTV In Week 13, Mayfield threw for four touchdowns in the first half as Cleveland put up a franchise-record 38 points before the break against the Titans. It could be a bit tougher against a strong Baltimore defense, but if Mayfield keeps playing like this with Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt pounding the rock, the Browns could be a tough out in the postseason.  Below is more about the matchup, plus everything to know about how to watch “Monday Night Football.” Who plays on ‘Monday Night Football’ tonight? Matchup: Baltimore Ravens at Cleveland Browns Location: FirstEnergy Stadium...
    It’s been a little while, but the “Monday Night Football” broadcast on ESPN has company from a second Monday night game for yet another week of this unusual 2020 NFL season. The 49ers host the Bills (kind of, with the game in Arizona) in the originally scheduled Monday night game on ESPN at 8:15 p.m. ET. But it’ll be preceded by the Steelers hosting the Washington Football Team at 5 p.m. ET on Fox. That game was pushed back a day thanks to Pittsburgh’s struggles to get in its Week 12 game against the Ravens. There are playoff implications on the line in all four matchups. Washington and San Francisco are both fighting to keep their postseason hopes alive, while Buffalo is working toward a division title and the Steelers are chasing a No. 1 seed. Pittsburgh plays the Bills on Sunday Night Football in Week 14, too, so it’s sort of a tangential precursor to what might come in that game next week.  Below is more about the matchups, plus everything to know about how to watch “Monday Night...
    Carson Wentz and the Eagles have a chance to move back into first place in the NFC East on Week 12’s “Monday Night Football.” Philadelphia (3-6-1) hosts Seattle (7-3) to close out Week 12 on Monday night. Wentz has struggled this season and is coming off his sixth two-interception game of the season in a Week 10 loss to the Browns, so he’ll have to be better to contend with Russell Wilson. The Seahawks have divisional supremacy to play for as well, as a win keeps them in the driver’s seat in the NFC West. MORE: Watch tonight’s NFL game live with fuboTV Wentz could be looking at an antidote when the Eagles host the Seahawks, though, since Seattle has the worst pass defense in football. If Wentz can’t put it together through the air against the Seahawks, it might truly be time for Jalen Hurts to get a long look from Doug Pederson. Below is more about the matchup, plus everything to know about how to watch “Monday Night Football.” Who plays on ‘Monday Night Football’ tonight? Matchup: Seattle...
    Tom Brady makes yet another appearance in prime-time NFL action on Week 11’s “Monday Night Football.” Tampa Bay (7-3) will host the Rams (6-3) at Raymond James Stadium at 8:15 p.m. ET on ESPN to close out Week 11. The Buccaneers are coming off a thrashing of the Panthers, while L.A. just upset Russell Wilson and the Seahawks. Both teams are looking to maintain touch with the leader in their respective NFC division. MORE: Watch tonight’s NFL game live with fuboTV A big part of Tampa’s win in Week 10 was Brady’s connection with Antonio Brown, who’ll be making his third appearance for the Buccaneers against the Rams. It’ll be interesting to see whether he gets the Jalen Ramsey treatment after the cornerback shut down Seattle star DK Metcalf in Week 10. Below is more about the matchup, plus everything to know about how to watch “Monday Night Football.” Who plays on ‘Monday Night Football’ tonight? Matchup: Los Angeles Rams at Tampa Bay Buccaneers Location: Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida  Brady has mostly struggled this season on prime...
    Dalvin Cook gets a chance to show the whole nation how dominant he’s been for the Vikings on Week 10’s “Monday Night Football.” Minnesota (3-5) will travel to Chicago (5-4) to take on the Bears to conclude Week 10 of the 2020 NFL season. The Bears have lost three games in a row after what some deemed a fluky hot start to the season, and their best shot at breaking out of the slump is to stop Cook, who has been insanely good in back-to-back games. Chicago could be helped by Kirk Cousins, the Vikings QB who has never won on Monday night in nine tries. MORE: Watch tonight’s NFL game live with fuboTV Whether the Cousins record is indicative of what happens this Monday night or not, Minnesota will surely rely mostly on Cook. Chicago might want to attack through the air against a vulnerable Vikings pass defense, though, especially with David Montgomery dealing with a concussion during the lead-in to Week 10. Below is more about the matchup, plus everything to know about how to watch “Monday Night Football.”...
    Cam Newton could be playing for his job against the Jets on Week 9’s “Monday Night Football.” The Patriots travel to MetLife Stadium looking to snap a four-game skid, while New York plays host looking for its first win of the season. Unlike recent Pats-Jets matchups, this game comes between two teams in the cellar of the AFC East without much hope of accomplishing anything other than seizing a good draft pick in 2020. MORE: Watch tonight’s NFL game live with fuboTV New England likely will struggle through the air due to wide receiver injuries highlighted by an absent Julian Edelman, so the running game with Damien Harris, Rex Burkhead and Newton himself could be the best approach. Jets QB Sam Darnold has continued to deal with throwing-shoulder pain, meaning his availability and effectiveness is in question ahead of backup Joe Flacco. Below is more about the matchup, plus everything to know about how to watch “Monday Night Football.” Who plays on ‘Monday Night Football’ tonight? Matchup: New England Patriots at New York Jets Location: MetLife Stadium in East...
    Does Antonio Brown need defending? Brown has played his way off of three NFL teams, though perhaps calling it “played” is an insult to those who put jerseys on every week. AB routinely threw tantrums and acted as though the rules did not apply to him, forcing his way out of Pittsburgh and Oakland, before eventually flaming out after one game in New England thanks to legal troubles. Those “troubles,” which is putting it lightly, were sexual assault and rape allegations, of which he is still facing a civil lawsuit. Brown also tried to intimidate the victim in a past sexual assault case.
    Week 7’s “Monday Night Football” game will be a treat for fans of defensive football when the Chicago Bears play at the Los Angeles Rams. The widely considered best defensive player in football, Aaron Donald, will lead the L.A. pass rush, while Khalil Mack will put the pressure on for Chicago. Jared Goff and Nick Foles could both be running for their life at times during Monday night’s game as both teams look to push their records further over .500. MORE: Watch tonight’s NFL game live with fuboTV The Bears (5-1) have been a surprise team in the NFC this season, and they have a chance to maintain a divisional lead over the Green Bay Packers with a win over the Rams. L.A. (4-2) is in a stacked NFC West division and will want to get as many wins as it can to help its postseason cause.  Below is more about the matchup, plus everything to know about how to watch “Monday Night Football.” Who plays on ‘Monday Night Football’ tonight? Matchup: Chicago Bears at Los Angeles Rams ...
    For the second time in three weeks, the official “Monday Night Football” broadcast on ESPN has company from a second game on Monday night. The NFL has been forced to tweak its schedule to account for COVID-19 protocols, and so the Arizona Cardinals and Dallas Cowboys won’t be alone Monday in Week 6. The Kansas City Chiefs and Buffalo Bills will serve as the opening act on a night that should see tons of impressive quarterback play, along with Andy Dalton intrigue as he takes over for the injured Dak Prescott. MORE: Watch tonight’s NFL games live with fuboTV In the early game, it’ll be Patrick Mahomes facing off with Josh Allen as two previously undefeated teams come off the sting of Week 5 losses. In the nightcap, Dalton will look to prove he’s good enough to get the Cowboys to the postseason, while Arizona will be led by Kyler Murray in the first prime-time outing of 2020 for one of the NFL’s most dynamic quarterbacks.  Below is more about the matchups, plus everything to know about how to...
    Baltimore Police: 2 arrested in the shooting death of MTA bus driver Government Will Pay Two-Thirds of Salary for Workers at Restaurants, Pubs, and Bars Forced to Close Chris Fowler, Kirk Herbstreit will call Broncos-Patriots on Monday night The NFL’s weekly schedule is much harder to track this year thanks to COVID-19 forcing games to be postponed, either for weeks or for a few days. © Provided by Awful Announcing This week, for example, we’re scheduled to get our first Tuesday night game of the season, with Titans-Bills airing on CBS. Titans-Bills game scheduled for Sunday is being moved to Tuesday at 6 pm as long as there are no more positive tests with Tennessee, per sources. Bills-Chiefs game being switched from next Thursday to Sunday but goes back it more positive tests in Tennessee, per source. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) October 8, 2020 No positives this morning for both the Titans and Patriots means that their games now are on track to be played. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) October 9, 2020 We’re also set to get another Monday...
    Will Green Bay put up another monstrous offensive performance in an easy win or will Atlanta somehow snatch defeat from the jaws of victory yet again? The two teams share the spotlight in this week “Monday Night Football” matchup. A 36-year-old Aaron Rodgers is playing some of his best football to date, completing his highest percentage of passes since 2012, posting the highest QBR of his career and averaging the most passing yards per game of his career since 2011. It helps when you have running back Aaron Jones who ranks second in the league with 303 rushing yards. Wide receiver Davante Adams missed Week 3 with a hamstring injury and could be limited again. MORE: Watch tonight’s NFL game live with fuboTV (7-day free trial) For the second time in as many games, the Falcons (0-3) blew a late, double-digit lead, putting coach Dan Quinn firmly on the hot seat. Atlanta’s defense has allowed a league-worst 36.0 points per game, with the secondary only giving up fewer yards through the air than Seattle. Lost in all the failures...
    Hey, Louis Riddick: It’s Patrick Mahomes — not Pat. Mahomes’ mother, Randi, made that abundantly clear Monday night when she griped at the ESPN “Monday Night Football” color commentator on Twitter as he called the Chiefs-Ravens game. MORE: Breaking down ESPN’s new ‘Monday Night Football’ booth, Fox and CBS NFL announcers in 2020 Mahomes’ father went by Pat during his professional baseball career, which included 11 seasons in MLB. Apparently someone on the “MNF” production crew saw Randi Mahomes’ tweet and brought it to the attention of the booth. ESPN posted it to the broadcast in the second half and Riddick, in good humor, owned up to it while getting some light ribbing from Steve Levy and Brian Griese. Let that be a lesson to all future broadcasters: Get Randi Mahomes’ son’s name right.
    The teams playing on “Monday Night Football” in Week 3 might be the two best in the NFL. They at least appear to be the two best teams in the AFC. What might end up being the game of the year comes early in 2020, and ESPN gets the luxury of broadcasting Chiefs vs. Ravens on “Monday Night Football” in Week 3. Both teams are undefeated with 2-0 record. MORE: Watch tonight’s NFL game live with fuboTV This dandy of a Monday night game obviously is all about the quarterbacks. It’s first game in NFL history featuring two former league MVPs under the age of 26. It’s also the fifth game in the last six years featuring the two most recent MVPs. The more recent winner has been victorious in the past two such meetings, which is good news for Baltimore and last year’s MVP Lamar Jackson. Below is more about the matchup, plus everything to know about how to watch “Monday Night Football.” Who plays on “Monday Night Football” tonight? Matchup: Kansas City Chiefs at Baltimore Ravens Location: M&T Bank...
    The TV channel for Monday night’s game between the Chiefs and the Ravens in Baltimore is the same network that broadcasts all “Monday Night Football” games in 2020. And in the context of previously weak Monday night schedules, ESPN must be ecstatic to have the right to show this game. You won’t find a more exciting quarterback matchup in the NFL this season than Patrick Mahomes on one side and Lamar Jackson on the other. It’s first game in NFL history featuring two former league MVPs under the age of 26. MORE: Watch tonight’s NFL game live with fuboTV (7-day free trial) Monday night’s game in Baltimore also is the fifth game in the last six years featuring the two most recent MVPs. The more recent winner has been victorious in the past two such meetings, which is good news for the Ravens. As the home team, Baltimore is a 3 1/2-point favorite over Kansas City. Below is everything to know about this week’s “Monday Night Football” game between the Chiefs and Ravens in Week 3. What channel is Chiefs vs. Ravens...
    Cassie Randolph Wants Colton Underwood ‘to Get Whatever Help He Needs’: Source Border Patrol Seizes 500,000 Counterfeit N95 Masks in Chicago Kirk Herbstreit and Chris Fowler Superb on Monday Night Football ESPN's No. 1 College Football booth team performed a lot like an NFL No. 1 booth team in their maiden voyage on Monday Night Football. © Provided by The Big Lead Kirk Herbstreit. Analyst Kirk Herbstreit and play-by-play man Chris Fowler were sublime covering the Pittsburgh Steelers victory over the New York Giants on Monday, providing insightful, insider commentary with minimum mistakes. That's what college football fans have come to expect from the duo who usually call ABC's prime-time college game of the week on Saturday night. But it's worth note because of all the issues ESPN has had filling it's booth the last few years and the speculation that surrounded Herbstreit and Fowler potentially making that jump in 2020. After moving on from Booger McFarland and Joe Tessitore as the Monday Night Football team this offseason, reports emerged that ESPN was considering Herbstreit and Fowler for...
    It’s a tradition like no other. It’s the now-annual “Monday Night Football” doubleheader on ESPN to open up the NFL season, only this year, viewers will have the treat of listening to some of the best voices of college football in Kirk Herbstreit and Chris Fowler. Pittsburgh is trying to rebound following a disappointing 8-8 season and a second straight year where it watched the playoffs from home. Ben Roethlisberger is back after missing almost all of last season with a serious elbow injury, but has slimmed down this offseason and has a strong defense behind him that ranked first in turnovers and fifth in total yards allowed last season. Juju Smith-Schuster will again try to prove his worth as a No. 1 wide receiver following a down year in which he only caught 42 passes for 552 yards. New York fans hope a new era has started with the hiring of head coach Joe Judge. The Giants also brought in new defensive coordinator Pat Graham and former Dallas Cowboys coach Jason Garrett to call offensive plays. Key to...
    ESPN will televise any NFL players protesting the national anthem beginning on Monday — and will also feature the singing of the "black national anthem," according to reports. What are the details? Monday Night Football's Monday debut will likely be chock-full of protesters and will have two songs. According to Front Office Sports, ESPN — which typically shows the honor guard and the singing of the national anthem — will have a decidedly different format this season. The network also reportedly has plans to televise the singing of the "black national anthem," a song called "Lift Ev'ry Voice and Sing." ESPN Executive Vice President of Event and Studio Production Stephanie Druley told reporters, "Our policy is to cover the anthem when it's newsworthy. That's not going to change. We are going to continue as we've done with the NBA and the WNBA. We will cover social justice movements, actions, as they happen. We're not going to shy away from that." Druley added, "Look, we're going to keep our main rule, which is when...
    Florida Teenager Arrested for July 15 Twitter Hack At least 150 hospitalized due to salmonella outbreak in 48 states ESPN zeroing in on Steve Levy, Brian Griese and Louis Riddick as MNF booth A little Monday Night Football news on Friday. There are reports ESPN is close to announcing its new announcers. © Provided by Touchdown Wire Hearing: New @NFL_MNF booth: @espnSteveLevy @briangriese @LRiddickESPN 2nd game @steelers vs. @Giants @cbfowler @KirkHerbstreit (If college football season is cancelled, this could change)— james andrew miller (@JimMiller) July 31, 2020 And as is the case when one breaks a story others are quick to confirm the news: Can confirm @JimMiller's excellent scoop: Louis Riddick will be a Monday Night Football analyst this fall. Great news for those of us who have appreciated his preparation and honesty on air for years.— Richard Deitsch (@richarddeitsch) July 31, 2020 Andrew Marchand of the New York Post added: Now, ESPN is closing in on its new MNF team and it will feature Steve Levy, Brian Griese and Louis Riddick, sources told The Post....
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