List of Monday Night Football results (2010–present)

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Beginning in the 1970 NFL season, the National Football League began scheduling a weekly regular season game on Monday night before a national television audience. From 1970 to 2005, the ABC television network carried these games, with the ESPN cable television network taking over beginning in September 2006. Listed below are games played from 2010 to the most recent season.

Overtime Result Playoff game broadcast on ESPN Pro Bowl game broadcast on ESPN

Stadiums appearing under different names[edit]

Some stadiums and teams had multiple names throughout their appearances in the MNF package in this era. All names listed were seen in the package at least once in this era.

First name listed is the current (or final if it does not exist anymore) name for each team and stadium.

Team(s) under new names:

2010s[edit]

2010 NFL season[edit]

The 59 points scored by the Eagles on November 15 are the most ever by one team on Monday Night Football.

The December 20 game between the Chicago Bears and Minnesota Vikings was played at TCF Bank Stadium due to the roof failure at the Metrodome eight days earlier.

The latter half of the season opening doubleheader featured the first game to not be hosted by a team in the Pacific time Zone with Kansas City hosting San Diego.

Day Date Visiting team Final score Host team Stadium
Monday September 13 Baltimore Ravens 10–9 New York Jets New Meadowlands Stadium
San Diego Chargers 14–21 Kansas City Chiefs Arrowhead Stadium
Monday September 20 New Orleans Saints 25–22 San Francisco 49ers Candlestick Park
Monday September 27 Green Bay Packers 17–20 Chicago Bears Soldier Field
Monday October 4 New England Patriots 41–14 Miami Dolphins Sun Life Stadium
Monday October 11 Minnesota Vikings 20–29 New York Jets New Meadowlands Stadium
Monday October 18 Tennessee Titans 30–3 Jacksonville Jaguars EverBank Field
Monday October 25 New York Giants 41–35 Dallas Cowboys Cowboys Stadium
Monday November 1 Houston Texans 17–30 Indianapolis Colts Lucas Oil Stadium
Monday November 8 Pittsburgh Steelers 27–21 Cincinnati Bengals Paul Brown Stadium
Monday November 15 Philadelphia Eagles 59–28 Washington Redskins FedExField
Monday November 22 Denver Broncos 14–35 San Diego Chargers Qualcomm Stadium
Monday November 29 San Francisco 49ers 27–6 Arizona Cardinals University of Phoenix Stadium
Monday December 6 New York Jets 3–45 New England Patriots Gillette Stadium
Monday December 13 Baltimore Ravens 34–28 Houston Texans Reliant Stadium
Monday December 20 Chicago Bears 40–14 Minnesota Vikings TCF Bank Stadium
Monday December 27 New Orleans Saints 17–14 Atlanta Falcons Georgia Dome

2011 NFL season[edit]

Late in the Patriots–Dolphins season opener, Ron Jaworski inadvertently uttered a profanity, for which he apologized later in the broadcast; whether or not it was related, it would eventually be Jaworski's final season in the MNF booth.

The September 26 game between the Dallas Cowboys and Washington Redskins was the final appearance (until 2017) of Hank Williams, Jr.'s intro song "All My Rowdy Friends are Back for Monday Night (Are You Ready For Some Football)", as he would get fired from ESPN during Week 4 for comments about Adolf Hitler.

The December 19 game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and San Francisco 49ers was delayed twice due to power outages, one taking place before the kickoff and another during the 2nd quarter; during which the 49ers led, 6–0.

Day Date Visiting team Final score Host team Stadium
Monday September 12 New England Patriots 38–24 Miami Dolphins Sun Life Stadium
Oakland Raiders 23–20 Denver Broncos Sports Authority Field at Mile High
Monday September 19 St. Louis Rams 16–28 New York Giants MetLife Stadium
Monday September 26 Washington Redskins 16–18 Dallas Cowboys Cowboys Stadium
Monday October 3 Indianapolis Colts 17–24 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Raymond James Stadium
Monday October 10 Chicago Bears 13–24 Detroit Lions Ford Field
Monday October 17 Miami Dolphins 6–24 New York Jets MetLife Stadium
Monday October 24 Baltimore Ravens 7–12 Jacksonville Jaguars EverBank Field
Monday October 31 San Diego Chargers 20–23 Kansas City Chiefs Arrowhead Stadium
Monday November 7 Chicago Bears 30–24 Philadelphia Eagles Lincoln Financial Field
Monday November 14 Minnesota Vikings 7–45 Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field
Monday November 21 Kansas City Chiefs 3–34 New England Patriots Gillette Stadium
Monday November 28 New York Giants 24–49 New Orleans Saints Mercedes-Benz Superdome
Monday December 5 San Diego Chargers 38–14 Jacksonville Jaguars EverBank Field
Monday December 12 St. Louis Rams 13–30 Seattle Seahawks CenturyLink Field
Monday December 19 Pittsburgh Steelers 3–20 San Francisco 49ers Candlestick Park
Monday December 26 Atlanta Falcons 16–45 New Orleans Saints Mercedes-Benz Superdome

2012 NFL season[edit]

The NFL locked out its officials in June. As a result, the first three weeks of the season were played with replacement officials. The lack of regular officials came to a head in the Week 3 Monday night game between Green Bay and Seattle. The game was a defensive affair as the Packers led 12–7 in the closing moments of the game. On the final play, Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson threw a Hail Mary pass toward the end zone. Seahawks wide receiver Golden Tate and Packers defender M. D. Jennings each grabbed hold of the ball. In the process, one official signaled touchdown while another signaled touchback. Simultaneous possession was the final ruling which gave Seattle the touchdown and the win. However, the nearby officials missed Tate pushing Packers cornerback Sam Shields with both hands and causing a pass interference penalty in the process. The game's aftermath included major discussion and focus on the play forcing the NFL to reach a settlement with the regular officials. The loss also hurt the Packers in the playoff race as the team finished 11–5 behind the 11–4–1 San Francisco 49ers. The loss mattered as Green Bay had to travel to San Francisco in the Divisional Round of the playoffs. A win would have assured a first round bye for Green Bay. The game was called the Fail Mary.

Controversy also hit MNF later in the season as the San Diego Chargers were accused of using a banned substance during their October 15 game with the Denver Broncos. It was later revealed to be Gorilla Glue, a legal substance later banned by the NFL.

Day Date Visiting team Final score Host team Stadium
Monday September 10 Cincinnati Bengals 13–44 Baltimore Ravens M&T Bank Stadium
San Diego Chargers 22–14 Oakland Raiders O.co Coliseum
Monday September 17 Denver Broncos 21–27 Atlanta Falcons Georgia Dome
Monday September 24 Green Bay Packers 12–14 Seattle Seahawks CenturyLink Field
Monday October 1 Chicago Bears 34–18 Dallas Cowboys Cowboys Stadium
Monday October 8 Houston Texans 23–17 New York Jets MetLife Stadium
Monday October 15 Denver Broncos 35–24 San Diego Chargers Qualcomm Stadium
Monday October 22 Detroit Lions 7–13 Chicago Bears Soldier Field
Monday October 29 San Francisco 49ers 24–3 Arizona Cardinals University of Phoenix Stadium
Monday November 5 Philadelphia Eagles 13–28 New Orleans Saints Mercedes-Benz Superdome
Monday November 12 Kansas City Chiefs 13–16 Pittsburgh Steelers Heinz Field
Monday November 19 Chicago Bears 7–32 San Francisco 49ers Candlestick Park
Monday November 26 Carolina Panthers 30–22 Philadelphia Eagles Lincoln Financial Field
Monday December 3 New York Giants 16–17 Washington Redskins FedExField
Monday December 10 Houston Texans 14–42 New England Patriots Gillette Stadium
Monday December 17 New York Jets 10–14 Tennessee Titans LP Field
Saturday December 22 Atlanta Falcons 31–18 Detroit Lions Ford Field

2013 NFL season[edit]

The October 21 game between the Minnesota Vikings and New York Giants was notable because it featured quarterback Josh Freeman scoring a 40.6 passer rating in the game. He was 20 for 53 passing with 190 yards and the only Vikings score came on a 1st quarter punt return touchdown. In contrast, Eli Manning had a good day for the Giants with a touchdown pass to cap a long 2nd quarter drive.

The December 2 game between the New Orleans Saints and Seattle Seahawks in Seattle was a much hyped game because of the high powered Saints offense led by quarterback Drew Brees was taking the ferocious defense of the Seahawks with the Legion of Boom. The game, however, was a blowout, with the Seahawks winning 34–7.

ESPN employee and former Chicago Bears tight end and head coach Mike Ditka had his number retired at halftime of the December 9 game versus the Dallas Cowboys. Though the game was a blowout in favor of Chicago 45-28, it is more notable for its temperature which was 8 °F and featured a −12 degree wind chill.

The December 23 game between the Atlanta Falcons and the San Francisco 49ers was the last game ever at Candlestick Park.

Day Date Visiting team Final score Host team Stadium
Monday September 9 Philadelphia Eagles 33–27 Washington Redskins Fedex Field
Houston Texans 31–28 San Diego Chargers Qualcomm Stadium
Monday September 16 Pittsburgh Steelers 10–20 Cincinnati Bengals Paul Brown Stadium
Monday September 23 Oakland Raiders 21–37 Denver Broncos Sports Authority Field at Mile High
Monday September 30 Miami Dolphins 17–38 New Orleans Saints Mercedes-Benz Superdome
Monday October 7 New York Jets 30–28 Atlanta Falcons Georgia Dome
Monday October 14 Indianapolis Colts 9–19 San Diego Chargers Qualcomm Stadium
Monday October 21 Minnesota Vikings 7–23 New York Giants MetLife Stadium
Monday October 28 Seattle Seahawks 14–9 St. Louis Rams Edward Jones Dome
Monday November 4 Chicago Bears 27–20 Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field
Monday November 11 Miami Dolphins 19–22 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Raymond James Stadium
Monday November 18 New England Patriots 20–24 Carolina Panthers Bank of America Stadium
Monday November 25 San Francisco 49ers 27–6 Washington Redskins Fedex Field
Monday December 2 New Orleans Saints 7–34 Seattle Seahawks CenturyLink Field
Monday December 9 Dallas Cowboys 28–45 Chicago Bears Soldier Field
Monday December 16 Baltimore Ravens 18–16 Detroit Lions Ford Field
Monday December 23 Atlanta Falcons 24–34 San Francisco 49ers Candlestick Park

2014 NFL season[edit]

Starting in 2014, the NFL awarded ESPN broadcasting rights to an NFL Wild Card Playoff game. ESPN also obtained rights to the NFL Pro Bowl through the next eight years.

With their September 15 win over Indianapolis, the Philadelphia Eagles become the first team to start a season 2–0 after trailing 14–0 at halftime of their first two games. In the following week, Philadelphia would become the first team to start 3–0 after trailing more than 10 points in all three games.

The 700th game in Monday Night Football history featured the San Francisco 49ers beating the St. Louis Rams in Week 6.

Day Date Visiting team Final score Host team Stadium
Monday September 8 New York Giants 14–35 Detroit Lions Ford Field
San Diego Chargers 17–18 Arizona Cardinals University of Phoenix Stadium
Monday September 15 Philadelphia Eagles 30–27 Indianapolis Colts Lucas Oil Stadium
Monday September 22 Chicago Bears 27–19 New York Jets MetLife Stadium
Monday September 29 New England Patriots 14–41 Kansas City Chiefs Arrowhead Stadium
Monday October 6 Seattle Seahawks 27–17 Washington Redskins FedExField
Monday October 13 San Francisco 49ers 31–17 St. Louis Rams Edward Jones Dome
Monday October 20 Houston Texans 23–30 Pittsburgh Steelers Heinz Field
Monday October 27 Washington Redskins 20–17 Dallas Cowboys AT&T Stadium
Monday November 3 Indianapolis Colts 40–24 New York Giants MetLife Stadium
Monday November 10 Carolina Panthers 21–45 Philadelphia Eagles Lincoln Financial Field
Monday November 17 Pittsburgh Steelers 27–24 Tennessee Titans LP Field
Monday November 24 Baltimore Ravens 34–27 New Orleans Saints Mercedes-Benz Superdome
Monday December 1 Miami Dolphins 16–13 New York Jets MetLife Stadium
Monday December 8 Atlanta Falcons 37–43 Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field
Monday December 15 New Orleans Saints 31–15 Chicago Bears Soldier Field
Monday December 22 Denver Broncos 28–37 Cincinnati Bengals Paul Brown Stadium
Wild Card Saturday January 3 Arizona Cardinals 16–27 Carolina Panthers Bank of America Stadium
2015 Pro Bowl January 25 Team Irvin 32–28 Team Carter University of Phoenix Stadium

2015 NFL season[edit]

This was the tenth season of Monday Night Football on ESPN. Also, the NFL Wild Card Playoff game on ESPN was simulcast on ABC, making it the first NFL game to be broadcast by ABC since Super Bowl XL in 2006.

Day Date Visiting team Final score Host team Stadium Significance Notes
Monday September 14 Philadelphia Eagles 24–26 Atlanta Falcons Georgia Dome None
Minnesota Vikings 3–20 San Francisco 49ers Levi's Stadium None
Monday September 21 New York Jets 20–7 Indianapolis Colts Lucas Oil Stadium Commemoration of the third Super Bowl (50th anniversary of the Super Bowl)
Monday September 28 Kansas City Chiefs 28–38 Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field Commemoration of the first Super Bowl game (50th anniversary of the Super Bowl)
Monday October 5 Detroit Lions 10–13 Seattle Seahawks CenturyLink Field None
Monday October 12 Pittsburgh Steelers 24–20 San Diego Chargers Qualcomm Stadium None
Monday October 19 New York Giants 7–27 Philadelphia Eagles Lincoln Financial Field Eagles-Giants rivalry
Monday October 26 Baltimore Ravens 18–26 Arizona Cardinals University of Phoenix Stadium None
Monday November 2 Indianapolis Colts 26–29 Carolina Panthers Bank of America Stadium None
Monday November 9 Chicago Bears 22–19 San Diego Chargers Qualcomm Stadium None
Monday November 16 Houston Texans 10–6 Cincinnati Bengals Paul Brown Stadium None
Monday November 23 Buffalo Bills 13–20 New England Patriots Gillette Stadium Bills-Patriots rivalry
Monday November 30 Baltimore Ravens 33–27 Cleveland Browns FirstEnergy Stadium Browns-Ravens rivalry
Monday December 7 Dallas Cowboys 19–16 Washington Redskins FedExField Cowboys-Redskins rivalry
Monday December 14 New York Giants 31–24 Miami Dolphins Sun Life Stadium None
Monday December 21 Detroit Lions 35–27 New Orleans Saints Mercedes-Benz Superdome None
Monday December 28 Cincinnati Bengals 17–20 Denver Broncos Sports Authority Field at Mile High None
Wild Card Saturday January 9 Kansas City Chiefs 30–0 Houston Texans NRG Stadium None Game also simulcast on ABC
2016 Pro Bowl January 31 Team Irvin 49–27 Team Rice Aloha Stadium None

2016 NFL season[edit]

The TexansRaiders game was played at Estadio Azteca in Mexico City as part of the NFL International Series, the first game in Mexico City since the first ever International Series game in 2005. This was also the first time Monday Night Football featured a game outside the United States. The Wild Card Playoff game was simulcasted again on ABC, just like the previous year.

Day Date Visiting team Final score Host team Stadium Notes
Monday September 12 Pittsburgh Steelers 38–16 Washington Redskins FedExField
Los Angeles Rams 0–28 San Francisco 49ers Levi's Stadium
Monday September 19 Philadelphia Eagles 29–14 Chicago Bears Soldier Field
Monday September 26 Atlanta Falcons 45–32 New Orleans Saints Mercedes-Benz Superdome
Monday October 3 New York Giants 10–24 Minnesota Vikings U.S. Bank Stadium
Monday October 10 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 17–14 Carolina Panthers Bank of America Stadium
Monday October 17 New York Jets 3–28 Arizona Cardinals University of Phoenix Stadium
Monday October 24 Houston Texans 9–27 Denver Broncos Sports Authority Field at Mile High
Monday October 31 Minnesota Vikings 10–20 Chicago Bears Soldier Field
Monday November 7 Buffalo Bills 25–31 Seattle Seahawks CenturyLink Field
Monday November 14 Cincinnati Bengals 20–21 New York Giants MetLife Stadium
Monday November 21 Houston Texans 20–27 Oakland Raiders Estadio Azteca (Mexico City)
Monday November 28 Green Bay Packers 27–13 Philadelphia Eagles Lincoln Financial Field
Monday December 5 Indianapolis Colts 41–10 New York Jets MetLife Stadium
Monday December 12 Baltimore Ravens 23–30 New England Patriots Gillette Stadium
Monday December 19 Carolina Panthers 26–15 Washington Redskins FedExField
Monday December 26 Detroit Lions 21–42 Dallas Cowboys AT&T Stadium
Wild Card Saturday January 7 Oakland Raiders 14–27 Houston Texans NRG Stadium Game also simulcast on ABC
2017 Pro Bowl January 29 AFC 20–13 NFC Camping World Stadium

2017 NFL season[edit]

The NFL Wild Card playoff was once again simulcast on ESPN and ABC. Along with that, the 2018 Pro Bowl was also simulcast on ESPN and ABC as well.

Day Date Visiting team Final score Host team Stadium Notes
Monday September 11 New Orleans Saints 19–29 Minnesota Vikings U.S. Bank Stadium
Los Angeles Chargers 21–24 Denver Broncos Sports Authority Field at Mile High
Monday September 18 Detroit Lions 24–10 New York Giants MetLife Stadium
Monday September 25 Dallas Cowboys 28–17 Arizona Cardinals University of Phoenix Stadium
Monday October 2 Washington Redskins 20–29 Kansas City Chiefs Arrowhead Stadium
Monday October 9 Minnesota Vikings 20–17 Chicago Bears Soldier Field
Monday October 16 Indianapolis Colts 22–36 Tennessee Titans Nissan Stadium
Monday October 23 Washington Redskins 24–34 Philadelphia Eagles Lincoln Financial Field
Monday October 30 Denver Broncos 19–29 Kansas City Chiefs Arrowhead Stadium
Monday November 6 Detroit Lions 30–17 Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field
Monday November 13 Miami Dolphins 21–45 Carolina Panthers Bank of America Stadium
Monday November 20 Atlanta Falcons 34–31 Seattle Seahawks CenturyLink Field
Monday November 27 Houston Texans 16–23 Baltimore Ravens M&T Bank Stadium
Monday December 4 Pittsburgh Steelers 23–20 Cincinnati Bengals Paul Brown Stadium
Monday December 11 New England Patriots 20–27 Miami Dolphins Hard Rock Stadium
Monday December 18 Atlanta Falcons 24–21 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Raymond James Stadium
Monday December 25 Oakland Raiders 10–19 Philadelphia Eagles Lincoln Financial Field
Wild Card Saturday January 6 Tennessee Titans 22–21 Kansas City Chiefs Arrowhead Stadium Games also simulcast on ABC
2018 Pro Bowl January 28 NFC 23–24 AFC Camping World Stadium

2018 NFL season[edit]

Starting in 2018, the NFL moved the start time of Monday Night Football back, from 8:30 p.m. ET to 8:15 p.m. ET. For the second time in 3 seasons, Monday Night Football was supposed to make a trip to Mexico City, for the Chiefs-Rams contest, as part of the NFL International Series, but the NFL deemed field conditions to be poor and moved the game to Los Angeles.[1] This was the first Monday Night game in Los Angeles since 1991, as well as the highest scoring game in MNF history.

Day Date Visiting team Final score Host team Stadium Notes
Monday September 10 New York Jets 48–17 Detroit Lions Ford Field
Los Angeles Rams 33–13 Oakland Raiders Oakland Coliseum
Monday September 17 Seattle Seahawks 17–24 Chicago Bears Soldier Field
Monday September 24 Pittsburgh Steelers 30–27 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Raymond James Stadium
Monday October 1 Kansas City Chiefs 27–23 Denver Broncos Broncos Stadium at Mile High
Monday October 8 Washington Redskins 19–43 New Orleans Saints Mercedes-Benz Superdome
Monday October 15 San Francisco 49ers 30–33 Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field
Monday October 22 New York Giants 20–23 Atlanta Falcons Mercedes-Benz Stadium
Monday October 29 New England Patriots 25–6 Buffalo Bills New Era Field
Monday November 5 Tennessee Titans 28–14 Dallas Cowboys AT&T Stadium
Monday November 12 New York Giants 27–23 San Francisco 49ers Levi's Stadium
Monday November 19 Kansas City Chiefs 51–54 Los Angeles Rams Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
Monday November 26 Tennessee Titans 17–34 Houston Texans NRG Stadium
Monday December 3 Washington Redskins 13–28 Philadelphia Eagles Lincoln Financial Field
Monday December 10 Minnesota Vikings 7–21 Seattle Seahawks CenturyLink Field
Monday December 17 New Orleans Saints 12–9 Carolina Panthers Bank of America Stadium
Monday December 24 Denver Broncos 14–27 Oakland Raiders Oakland Coliseum
Wild Card Saturday January 5 Indianapolis Colts 21–7 Houston Texans NRG Stadium Games also simulcast on ABC
2019 Pro Bowl January 27 AFC 26–7 NFC Camping World Stadium

2019 NFL season[edit]

This season marked the 50th season of Monday Night Football. There was a rematch of the very first MNF game, during Week 2, as the new-look Browns faced Le'Veon Bell and the Jets on September 16th. In addition, MNF returned to Mexico for the first time since 2016, with the Chiefs and Chargers renewing a classic AFC West rivalry. Also, the Wild Card Playoff, and the Pro Bowl, both shown on ESPN, were again simulcast on ABC.

Day Date Visiting Team Final Score Home Team Stadium Significance Notes
Monday September 9 Houston Texans 28–30 New Orleans Saints Mercedes-Benz Superdome None
Denver Broncos 16–24 Oakland Raiders Oakland Coliseum Broncos-Raiders rivalry The last Monday Night game played in Oakland.
Monday September 16 Cleveland Browns 23–3 New York Jets MetLife Stadium Commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the first Monday Night Football game (NFL 100)
Monday September 23 Chicago Bears 31–15 Washington Redskins Fedex Field None
Monday September 30 Cincinnati Bengals 3–27 Pittsburgh Steelers Heinz Field Bengals-Steelers rivalry
Monday October 7 Cleveland Browns 3–31 San Francisco 49ers Levi's Stadium None
Monday October 14 Detroit Lions 22–23 Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field Lions-Packers rivalry (Miracle in Motown)
Monday October 21 New England Patriots 33–0 New York Jets MetLife Stadium Jets-Patriots rivalry (Butt fumble)
Monday October 28 Miami Dolphins 14–27 Pittsburgh Steelers Heinz Field Mud Bowl
Monday November 4 Dallas Cowboys 37–18 New York Giants Metlife Stadium Cowboys-Giants rivalry; Commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the first college football game
Monday November 11 Seattle Seahawks 27–24 San Francisco 49ers Levi's Stadium 49ers-Seahawks rivalry
Monday November 18 Kansas City Chiefs 24–17 Los Angeles Chargers Estadio Azteca Chargers-Chiefs rivalry; NFL Mexico Game
Monday November 25 Baltimore Ravens 45–6 Los Angeles Rams Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum None
Monday December 2 Minnesota Vikings 30–37 Seattle Seahawks CenturyLink Field None
Monday December 9 New York Giants 17–23 Philadelphia Eagles Lincoln Financial Field Eagles-Giants rivalry (Miracles of the old and the New Meadowlands)
Monday December 16 Indianapolis Colts 7–34 New Orleans Saints Mercedes-Benz Superdome Commemoration of the Super Bowl XLIV (NFL 100)
Monday December 23 Green Bay Packers 23–10 Minnesota Vikings U.S. Bank Stadium Packers-Vikings rivalry
Wild Card Saturday January 4 Buffalo Bills 19–22 (OT) Houston Texans NRG Stadium None Texans come back from a 16-point 3rd quarter deficit to win in overtime. Game also simulcast on ABC.
2020 Pro Bowl January 26 NFC 33–38 AFC Camping World Stadium None Joe Tessitore announces the first on-air confirmation of the passing of Los Angeles Lakers legend Kobe Bryant, as he, his daughter Gianna, and 7 others were killed in a helicopter crash. Game also simulcast on ABC.

2020s[edit]

2020 NFL season[edit]

The Week 2 game between the Saints and Raiders, the first ever NFL game in Las Vegas, will be simulcast on ESPN and ABC. This will be the first Monday Night Football game on ABC since the end of the 2005 season.

Day Date Visiting Team Final Score Host Team Stadium Notes
Monday September 14 Pittsburgh Steelers 26-16 New York Giants MetLife Stadium 7:15 PM Kickoff
Tennessee Titans 16-14 Denver Broncos Empower Field at Mile High 10:10 PM Kickoff
September 21 New Orleans Saints 24-34 Las Vegas Raiders Allegiant Stadium First ever NFL game in the city of Las Vegas and the state of Nevada. Game also simulcast on ABC. 50th anniversary of Monday Night Football
September 28 Kansas City Chiefs 0–0 Baltimore Ravens M&T Bank Stadium 2019 Week 3 rematch
October 5 Atlanta Falcons 0–0 Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field None
October 12 Los Angeles Chargers 0–0 New Orleans Saints Mercedes–Benz Superdome Drew Brees faces his former team
October 19 Arizona Cardinals 0–0 Dallas Cowboys AT&T Stadium None
October 26 Chicago Bears 0–0 Los Angeles Rams SoFi Stadium First MNF game at SoFi Stadium
November 2 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 0–0 New York Giants MetLife Stadium Tom Brady’s Buccaneer MNF debut
November 9 New England Patriots 0–0 New York Jets Metlife Stadium Jets-Patriots rivalry
November 16 Minnesota Vikings 0–0 Chicago Bears Soldier Field Bears-Vikings rivalry
November 23 Los Angeles Rams 0–0 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Raymond James Stadium None
November 30 Seattle Seahawks 0–0 Philadelphia Eagles Lincoln Financial Field 2020 NFC Wild Card Game rematch
December 7 Buffalo Bills 0–0 San Francisco 49ers Levi's Stadium None
December 14 Baltimore Ravens 0–0 Cleveland Browns FirstEnergy Stadium Browns-Ravens rivalry
December 21 Pittsburgh Steelers 0–0 Cincinnati Bengals Paul Brown Stadium Bengals-Steelers rivalry
December 28 Buffalo Bills 0–0 New England Patriots Gillette Stadium Bills-Patriots rivalry
Wild Card Saturday January 9 TBD 0–0 TBD TBD Games are also simulcast on ABC.
2021 Pro Bowl January 31 AFC 0–0 NFC Allegiant Stadium

Team standings (2010–present)[edit]

Standings are current as of the 2019 season.

The postseason games, though covered by the ABC/ESPN Monday Night Football team, are excluded from the standings.

Team Games Won Lost Tied Pct. Most recent appearance Outcome
Indianapolis Colts 10 3 7 .300 December 16, 2019 Lost to New Orleans Saints, 34-7
Kansas City Chiefs 11 7 4 .636 November 18, 2019 Defeated Los Angeles Chargers, 24-17
Pittsburgh Steelers 13 11 2 .846 September 14, 2020 Defeated New York Giants, 26-16
New York Jets 15 5 10 .333 October 21, 2019 Lost to New England Patriots, 33-0
Los Angeles Chargers** 13 4 9 .308 November 18, 2019 Lost to Kansas City Chiefs, 24-17
Dallas Cowboys 10 5 5 .500 November 4, 2019 Defeated New York Giants, 37-18
Philadelphia Eagles 15 10 5 .667 December 9, 2019 Defeated New York Giants, 23-17 (OT)
New York Giants 17 6 11 .353 September 14, 2020 Lost to Pittsburgh Steelers, 26-16
San Francisco 49ers 14 11 3 .785 November 11, 2019 Lost to Seattle Seahawks, 27-24 (OT)
Denver Broncos 14 5 9 .357 September 14, 2020 Lost to Tennessee Titans, 16-14
Atlanta Falcons 12 7 5 .583 October 22, 2018 Defeated New York Giants, 23–20
Chicago Bears 17 12 5 .706 September 23, 2019 Defeated Washington Redskins, 31-15
Baltimore Ravens 11 8 3 .727 November 25, 2019 Defeated Los Angeles Rams, 45-6
Seattle Seahawks 12 10 2 .833 December 2, 2019 Defeated Minnesota Vikings, 37-30
Green Bay Packers 11 7 4 .636 December 23, 2019 Defeated Minnesota Vikings, 23-10
Arizona Cardinals 6 3 3 .500 September 25, 2017 Lost to Dallas Cowboys, 28–17
Washington Football Team**** 15 2 13 .133 September 23, 2019 Lost to Chicago Bears, 31-15
New England Patriots 12 9 3 .750 October 21, 2019 Defeated New York Jets, 33-0
Miami Dolphins 10 2 8 .200 October 28, 2019 Lost to Pittsburgh Steelers, 27-14
Houston Texans 12 4 8 .333 September 10, 2019 Lost to New Orleans Saints, 30-28
Las Vegas Raiders*** 9 5 4 .555 September 21, 2020 Defeated New Orleans Saints, 34-24
Cleveland Browns 3 1 2 .333 October 7, 2019 Lost to San Francisco 49ers. 31-3
Cincinnati Bengals 9 2 7 .222 September 30, 2019 Lost to Pittsburgh Steelers, 27-3
Carolina Panthers 8 5 3 .625 December 17, 2018 Lost to New Orleans Saints, 12-9
Jacksonville Jaguars 3 1 2 .333 December 5, 2011 Lost to San Diego Chargers, 38–14
Tennessee Titans 7 5 2 .714 September 14, 2020 Defeated Denver Broncos, 16-14
New Orleans Saints 17 11 6 .647 September 21, 2020 Lost to Las Vegas Raiders, 34-24
Buffalo Bills 3 0 3 .000 October 29, 2018 Lost to New England Patriots, 25–6
Los Angeles Rams* 8 2 6 .250 November 25, 2019 Lost to Baltimore Ravens, 45-6
Minnesota Vikings 12 3 9 .250 December 23, 2019 Lost to Green Bay Packers, 23-10
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 5 3 2 .600 September 24, 2018 Lost to Pittsburgh Steelers, 30–27
Detroit Lions 12 5 7 .417 October 14, 2019 Lost to Green Bay Packers, 23-22

• *St. Louis Rams, 1995–2015

• **San Diego Chargers, 1961–2016

• ***Oakland Raiders, 1995–2019

• **** Washington Redskins, 1937-2019

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  • Total Football II,, Edited by Bob Carroll, Michael Gershman, David Neft and John Thorn, Harper Collins Publishing, 1999. ISBN 0-06-270174-6.
  1. ^ "Chiefs-Rams game moved from Mexico City to L.A." NFL.com. Retrieved 2018-11-13.