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    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The Eagles’ home opener for the 2022 season is set. The Birds tweeted they’ll take on the Minnesota Vikings on Monday, Sept. 19. ❗️???????????????? ???????????????????????? ❗️ Stay tuned on Thursday at 8 PM ET for our full schedule release, presented by @Hyundai.#FlyEaglesFly pic.twitter.com/fvTUrb9HlB — Philadelphia Eagles (@Eagles) May 9, 2022 The Week 2 game will be at 8:30 p.m. The rest of the schedule will be released Thursday night.
    GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Matthew Stafford threw for 287 yards and three touchdowns, Cooper Kupp and Odell Beckham Jr. each caught a touchdown pass and the Los Angeles Rams held on for a 30-23 win over the Arizona Cardinals on Monday night.The Cardinals (10-3) will have to wait at least one more week before clinching their first playoff spot since 2015. Kyler Murray threw two interceptions that led to Rams touchdowns.The Rams (9-4), who won their second straight and pulled within one game of the Cardinals in the NFC West, look rejuvenated following a three-game losing streak in November.Kupp had 13 catches for 123 yards, the eighth 100-yard game this season for the NFL's receiving leader.The Cardinals had a chance to tie the game in the final seconds after recovering an onside kick. But a holding call wiped out a long Murray run on the first play of the drive and Arizona couldn't produce a last-second miracle.Stafford - who had plenty of protection and time to throw most of the night - hit Van Jefferson on a high-arching pass for a...
    The Ravens are slight home favorites over the Cleveland Browns ahead of their “Sunday Night Football” matchup, according to Las Vegas sportsbooks. In a matchup of the AFC North’s first- and last-place teams, the Ravens (7-3) are favored by four points. Both are coming off narrow wins Sunday, with the Lamar Jackson-less Ravens rallying late for a 16-13 win in Chicago over the Bears and the Browns (6-5) holding off the winless Detroit Lions at home, 13-10. Sunday’s matchup is the first between the division rivals since the Ravens’ instant-classic 47-42 win on “Monday Night Football” in mid-December. The teams will meet again in Cleveland in two weeks, after the Ravens face the Steelers in Pittsburgh and the Browns take a bye week. Quarterback health is a question mark for both teams. Jackson missed the Ravens’ win Sunday with an illness, though coach John Harbaugh said Monday that the team hopes he’ll participate in Tuesday’s walk-through. Browns coach Kevin Stefanski, meanwhile, said Monday that quarterback Baker Mayfield, who’s dealt with knee, foot and shoulder injuries this season,...
    Monday Night Football features a matchup between NFC East rivals with the Dallas Cowboys and Philadelphia Eagles battling it out. A wild slate of NFL action in Week 3 will come to an end on Monday night with yet another juicy matchup to entertain fans. Get your beverage of choice poured and your favorite snack ready because it’s time for Monday Night Football.Who plays Monday Night Football?The powers that be picked a fun Monday Night Football matchup with Dallas taking on Philadelphia at AT&T Stadium. It’ll be Dak Prescott’s first home game since his season-ending injury last October.What channel is Monday Night Football on?The game between the Cowboys and Eagles will air on ESPN beginning at 8:15 p.m. ET.Watch Cowboys game todayYou can tune into the game via your television service provider log in on Watch ESPN, or you can check out the live stream on FuboTV. The NFL reddit live streams community is also a good place to go for options.How to watch Manning MNFThe Manning brothers simulcast can bee streamed on Fubo or WatchESPN. Next: Amari Cooper credits...
    NEW YORK -- Get ready for the biggest season ever!The first Monday Night Football game of the NFL's 2021 season kicks off on Sept. 13 with a terrific matchup as the Las Vegas Raiders host the Baltimore Ravens. This was announced exclusively on "Good Morning America" Wednesday morning. EXCLUSIVE ANNOUNCEMENT: Monday Night Football’s week 1 matchup will be the #Ravens vs the #Raiders! @[email protected]@NFL https://t.co/Ri3iILSj2X pic.twitter.com/bkUSdUqFm2— Good Morning America (@GMA) May 12, 2021The Ravens have been a playoff team in each season since they drafted quarterback Lamar Jackson in 2018. The Raiders, meanwhile, are hoping to make the playoffs for the first time in coach Jon Gruden's four-year tenure. The matchup is expected to mark the first regular-season game with fans in attendance at Allegiant Stadium, which opened in 2020 during the coronavirus pandemic.The full 2021 NFL schedule will be released Wednesday at 8 p.m. ET/7 p.m. CT/5 p.m. PT on ESPN2, ESPN+ and NFL Network.Don't miss the first look at the entire 17-game regular-season schedule and an in-depth analysis of every team and division.Also starting at 8 p.m. ET,...
    Netflix Is Saying Goodbye to Some of Your Comfort Movies and Shows in January Don’t Make These 12 Big Financial Planning Blunders NFL Week 14 viewership: the wild Monday Night Football matchup is this week’s lone increase As we enter the home stretch of the 2020 NFL season, viewership for the season remains down (though here’s your obligatory “still better than anything else on TV”). Week 14 was no exception, and just one of the league’s packages saw an increase from 2019. © Provided by Awful Announcing We’ll start with that increase, which was the final game of Week 14. The wild Ravens-Browns matchup on Monday Night Football drew 12.422 million viewers on ESPN, That’s up 9% from Giants-Eagles on MNF in Week 14 a year ago, which drew 11.36 million viewers. And now, the steady stream of declines. The Rams’ blowout win over the Patriots on Thursday Night Football drew 13.636 million viewers between Fox and NFL Network, down 24% from last year’s matchup between the Cowboys and Bears (18 million, the largest TNF audience of the last...
    FanSided’s NFL coverage maps are live for Week 13. We are heading down the stretch in the NFL season and it will certainly be an interesting ride. For the second time this season, the week will actually kick off on Sunday due to rescheduled games. The actual Week 13 slate goes from Sunday to Tuesday and the games aren’t tremendously exciting outside of a handful of close matchups. CBS’ main game in the late window is the NFC showdown between the Packers and Eagles, which will see Jim Nantz and Tony Romo on the call for a matchup that goes to most of the country. The Patriots-Chargers matchup will not be seen much outside of local markets.Sunday Night Football (NBC)Denver Broncos (4-7) at Kansas City Chiefs (10-1): Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth The Broncos should have a quarterback for this matchup but they are still massive underdogs heading to Kansas City. Al Michaels and Cris Collinsworth are on the call for this matchup which has massive blowout potential.FOX (Monday at 5:00 p.m. ET)Washington Football Team (4-7) at Pittsburgh Steelers (10-0): Kevin...
    What Week 2 NFL games will you be able to see in your area? The NFL is back and it brought a ton of excitement in Week 1. Carolina Panthers (0-1) at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (0-1) (Yellow): Adam Amin, Mark Schlereth Detroit Lions (0-1) at Green Bay Packers (1-0) (Orange): Chris Myers, Greg Jennings, Brock Huard Minnesota Vikings (0-1) at Indianapolis Colts (0-1) (Purple): Tim Brando, Robert Smith Washington Football Team (1-0) at Arizona Cardinals (1-0) (4:05, Light Blue): Dick Stockton, Brady Quinn Fox has the single header this week with seven games across the two time slots. Most of the country will get to see the Falcons take on the injury-riddled Cowboys with the second most distributed game being the 49ers looking to bounce back against the Jets at MetLife Stadium. Six of FOX’s games kick off at 1:00 while the lone 4:05 game features an interesting matchup to see whether Washington or Arizona can get to a surprising 2-0.Sunday Night Football (NBC)New England Patriots (1-0) at Seattle Seahawks (1-0): Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth This matchup will be the...
    A hard-hitting AFC matchup closes out Week 1 of the 2020 NFL season. In the second game of the 2020 “Monday Night Football” debut, it’s a matchup of hard-hitting defenses with the Titans traveling to Denver, Colo., to take on the Broncos in, what should be, a sneaky-good matchup.  In a pretty small sample size, Lock had a promising showing as a rookie, helping the Broncos to a 4-1 record while he was under center, throwing seven touchdowns to three interceptions in those starts. Lock has more help this year, as Denver head man John Elway drafted wide receivers with the Broncos’ first two picks in the 2020 NFL Draft: Alabama product Jerry Jeudy and K.J. Hamler out of Penn State. This year, the Broncos will have to generate a pass rush without Von Miller, who is likely out for the season after undergoing ankle surgery following a freak injury in practice. For most teams, losing a future Hall of Famer like Miller might be a difficult task. For Denver, it might not be, considering Bradley Chubb should be all systems...
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