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Monday Night Football Schedule
Updated: September 2015

 

The 2015/16 NFL Monday Night Football season kicks off on Sept. 14th with one of the league’s newer traditions, a pair of games to close out the NFL’s opening weekend.

 

The Philadelphia Eagles will play at Atlanta Falcons in the first game, while Minnesota Vikings travels to San Francisco 49ers for the nightcap. There will plenty of excitement on Monday night throughout the season.

5 Players to Watch on Monday Night Football

I know it may seem like the NFL season will never get here and you have watched every sport imaginable to pass the time this summer. But fear not, the NFL will ramp up soon enough and we can all be entertained once again, the way God intended, with a pigskin and 22 guys trying to knock each other out!

 

Monday Night Football Schedule

 

The Thursday Night Football schedule simulcasted on NFL Network as well as CBS:

 

Sept. 14th: Philadelphia Eagles at Atlanta Falcons, 7:10p

 

Sept. 14th: Minnesota Vikings at San Francisco 49ers, 10:20p

 

Sept. 21st: New York Jets at Indianapolis Colts

 

Sept. 28th: Kansas City Chiefs at Green Bay Packers

 

Oct. 5th: Detroit Lions at Seattle Seahawks

 

Oct. 12th: Pittsburgh Steelers at San Diego Chargers

 

Oct. 19th: New York Giants at Philadelphia Eagles

 

Oct. 26th: Baltimore Ravens at Arizona Cardinals

 

Nov. 2nd: Indianapolis Colts at Carolina Panthers

 

Nov. 9th: Chicago Bears at San Diego Chargers

 

Nov. 16th: Houston Texans at Cincinnati Bengals

 

Nov. 23rd: Buffalo Bills at New England Patriots

 

Nov. 30th: Baltimore Ravens at Cleveland Browns

 

Dec. 7th: Dallas Cowboys at Washington Redskins

 

Dec. 14th: New York Giants at Miami Dolphins

 

Dec. 21st: Detroit Lions at New Orleans Saints

 

Dec. 28th: Cincinnati Bengals at Denver Broncos

 

 

A huge part of the upcoming season will be Monday Night Football of course and there are some big names on tap to showcase their talents on the last game of each NFL weekend. Don't miss out on catching these five big names on MNF in 2015.

5. I believe December 28th will be one of the last times we will see Peyton Manning in the NFL. The guy has had a hell of a run in the NFL at an elite level. Father Time catches even the greats though, so don't miss a chance to see Manning on what is probably his last Monday Night Football game.

4. Who doesn't love J.J. Watt? Well, besides 31 quarterbacks in the NFL. He is just as likely to run an interception back for a TD as he is to get three epic sacks in his Monday night game versus the Bengals on November 16th.

3. Julio Jones went wild last year as he turned into the mega star the Falcons had hoped he'd be. Atlanta faces Philadelphia in the Monday Night opener on September 14th so that is a big time stage where Jones can show the rest of the country just why all the experts are so excited about the former Bama star.

 


 

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2. I would pay to watch Calvin Johnson in pre game warm ups. The guy is that impressive. He is on MNF twice, October 5th and December 21st.

1. Russell Wilson is the most dangerous offensive player in the league. He was the sole reason that Seattle was even in contention after the first half of 2014. The team had no offense except for their Super Bowl stud QB. If you have just one game each week to watch then make sure it involves Russell Wilson. The kid is a born winner and truly special. Wilson and the Hawks take on the Lions on October 5th. Be there!



2015/16 NFL Football Season

 

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Right now the NFL has managed to release the 2015/16 schedule few weeks ago. This is probably one of the reasons why the release of the schedule was nothing compared to the hysteria that happened in the past, and it can be considered to be muted. The highlights of this year’s NFL schedule are going to be covered by the national primetime match ups, especially for those fans that enjoy the Monday Night Football.

All the games are going to begin at 8.30 ET (except for week 1 at 7:30pm and 10pm) and the action is going to be available on ESPN a show hosted by Mike Tirico, Ron Jaworski, and Jon Gruden. Here we will present you the MNF schedule along with some of small and interesting highlights.


The MNF schedule is going to feature a couple of interesting games, but it is mostly a letdown. Last year we had the opportunity to see 13 divisional rivalry games, but this year there are going to be only 9 of them available at the MNF. Only if you take a quick glimpse at the schedule you will see that there are no must see, or extremely great games that you are probably expecting to see.


The MNF schedule is going to feature a couple of interesting games, but it is mostly a letdown. Last year we had the opportunity to see 13 divisional rivalry games, but this year there are going to be only 9 of them available at the MNF. Only if you take a quick glimpse at the schedule you will see that there are no must see, or extremely great games that you are probably expecting to see.

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