Happy Labor Day! We hope you enjoyed your long weekend. As we officially prepare for the fall season, one question comes to mind: When will we finally be able to enjoy some regular season football?
The new season officially begins this Thursday (September 8) when Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills travel to Los Angeles to battle Matthew Stafford and the Rams on NBC and Peacock Premium. The Bills finished the 21-22 regular season atop the AFC East with an 11-6 record, but lost a memorable overtime shootout to the Kansas City Chiefs in the divisional round of the playoffs. The Rams, let me check my notes, won the Super Bowl!
A new season officially begins in three days. Get excited, people. Here’s when Monday Night Football returns to ESPN.
IS MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL ON TONIGHT?
Nope. Sadly, there’s no Monday Night Football tonight.
WHEN DOES MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL START?
The first Monday Night Football game of the regular season takes place next week (Monday, September 12) when the Seattle Seahawks host the Denver Broncos.
WHERE TO WATCH MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL IN 2022:
If you have a valid cable login, you can watch MNF games live on ESPN or the ESPN app. You can also stream Monday Night Football with an active subscription to fuboTV, Sling TV, Hulu + Live TV, YouTube TV, or DIRECTV STREAM. Both FuboTV and YouTube TV offer free trials for eligible subscribers.
HOW TO WATCH MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL ON NFL PLUS:
Available for $4.99/month or $29.99/year, NFL+ offers live out-of-market preseason games and live local and primetime regular season and postseason games for you to stream on your phone or tablet. The streaming service also offers a premium tier ($9.99/month or $79.99/year) and a seven-day free trial.
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MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL 2022 SCHEDULE:
Monday Night Football airs Monday nights at 8:15 p.m. ET on ESPN and/or ABC.
September 12: Denver Broncos at Seattle Seahawks (ESPN/ABC)
September 19: Tennessee Titans at Buffalo Bills (7:15 p.m. ET on ESPN)
September 19: Minnesota Vikings at Philadelphia Eagles (8:30 p.m. ET on ABC)
September 26: Dallas Cowboys at New York Giants (ESPN/ABC)
October 3: Los Angeles Rams at San Francisco 49ers (ESPN)
October 10: Las Vegas Raiders at Kansas City Chiefs (ESPN)
October 17: Denver Broncos at Los Angeles Chargers (ESPN)
October 24: Chicago Bears at New England Patriots (ESPN)
October 31: Cincinnati Bengals at Cleveland Browns (ESPN)
November 7: Baltimore Ravens at New Orleans Saints (ESPN)
November 14: Washington Commanders at Philadelphia Eagles (ESPN)
November 21: San Francisco 49ers at Arizona Cardinals (ESPN)
November 28: Pittsburgh Steelers at Indianapolis Colts (ESPN)
December 5: New Orleans Saints at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (ESPN)
December 12: New England Patriots at Arizona Cardinals (ESPN)
December 19: Los Angeles Rams at Green Bay Packers (ESPN/ABC)
December 26: Los Angeles Chargers at Indianapolis Colts (ESPN)
January 2: Buffalo Bills at Cincinnati Bengals (ESPN/ABC)