Monday Night Football
Finally, Monday Night Football is back! On Monday, September 11 at 8:15 p.m. ET, the Buffalo Bills and New York Jets will square off. There are many cost-effective methods to watch NFL games even if you don’t have cable.
We compiled some of the best selections for Monday Night Football and other NFL games to help with the process. Continue reading for a list of future MNF games as well as information on how to watch them live and on demand (both with and without cable).
Games, times, and dates for Monday night football
Beginning on September 11, Monday Night Football will run through January 2024. To choose the music for some Monday Night Football games, ESPN recruited the aid of Timbaland and Justin Timberlake.
Bills against. Jets, New Orleans Saints vs. Carolina Panthers, Cleveland Browns vs. Pittsburgh Steelers, Philadelphia Eagles vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and Los Angeles Rams vs. Cincinnati Bengals are among the MNF games for this season.
This Monday’s games will open off with the Bills and Jets (click here for tickets), then move on to the Saints and Panthers, Browns and Steelers, and Bills and Jets the following Monday. A few MNF games are slated to air on ABC, while all MNF games will be televised on ESPN, EPSN2, and ESPN Deportes.
Without cable, how to watch Monday Night Football
It’s no longer possible to watch all of your favorite NFL games by just changing channels, and keeping track of which games are streaming on which platforms can be challenging. For instance, Sunday football games are available on NBC, CBS, Paramount+, and Peacock, while select Monday Night Football games will be simulcast on ESPN+. Thursday Night Football, on the other hand, has Prime Video as its streaming home.
In spite of the fact that there are numerous ways to watch football games on your TV, phone, laptop, or computer, the cost will vary based on your choice of platform.