One of the biggest games of the weekend will take place under the lights of Monday Night Football as two struggling teams look to right the ship and get their seasons back on track.
The top two teams in the NFC West meet up tonight to determine first place in the division. A win for San Francisco would give them a two-game lead in the division, while a win for Arizona would tie the Cardinals for first place.
The NFC North-leading Chicago Bears come off their bye week to take on the last place Detroit Lions. Steve previews the action and provides his prediction.
After dropping their Week 1 matchups, both the Green Bay Packers and the Seattle Seahawks responded with impressive victories in Week 2. Tonight they face off on Monday Night Football.
Postpone taking down that Christmas tree and cleaning up the mess left behind by relatives and enjoy your weekly dose of Monday Night Football. Watch the New Orleans Saints (11-3) host the Atlanta Falcons (9-5) to wrap up the last of the Christmas weekend games.
The St. Louis Rams (2-10) will travel to Seattle to take on division rival, the Seahawks (5-7) in Week 14’s edition of Monday Night Football. What do I think you should watch for in this game? Check it out.
It’s Philip Rivers versus Blaine Gabbert tonight in a battle of two quarterbacks who have thoroughly underwhelmed this season. Amanda Lawson previews the San Diego Chargers at the Jacksonville Jaguars on Monday Night Football.
Since their bye week in week 7, the Giants have lost two of the four games and need to win this one to keep the pressure on the Cowboys. With the Saints coming off a bye week and playing at home, they are going to be tough to beat.
The New England Patriots received their Christmas gift from Tim Tebow and the Denver Broncos a little bit early. A Patriots victory against a short-handed Chiefs team Monday night could give New England a 2-game division lead over the Jets.
As they did last time the Packers and Vikings played, Amanda Lawson and Drew Lange decided to do their game preview in the form of an entertaining, candid email exchange. Here it is.
The 4-3 Chicago Bears travel to the “city of brotherly love” to take on the 3-4 Philadelphia Eagles tonight. This game is very important to both teams as they each try to extend their winning streaks to three while trying to stay alive in the NFC playoff race.
Leading the AFC West, the San Diego Chargers (4-2) will travel to Kansas City to take on the Chiefs (3-3). Kansas City looked buried at 0-3, but they have a huge opportunity tonight to get right back into the thick of the AFC West race.
This week’s Monday Night Football game will feature the 4-1 Baltimore Ravens taking on the 1-5 Jacksonville Jaguars. The Jaguars are looking to break a five game losing streak and add another win to their less than impressive record, while the Ravens expect to continue their dominance after rolling over the Houston Texans in week 6.
It’s Week 6 and the Monday Night Football contenders this week have a combined number of wins of TWO. That’s right, two. Combined. The 2-3 Jets will host the 0-4 Dolphins on Monday night.
The Chicago Bears (2-2) and the Detroit Lions (4-0) will meet for the 163rd time ever tonight at Ford Field in Detroit. The Bears lead the all-time series 93-64-5.