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List of Monday Night Football results (2010–present)

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List of Monday Night Football results (2010–present)

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

Stadiums appearing under different names

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.


2010 NFL season

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

The Monday night 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. That week's scheduled game vs the New York Giants was played at Ford Field in Detroit with a start time of 7 PM eastern and broadcast locally on FOX as to not interfere with the regularly scheduled game between Houston and Baltimore on ESPN.

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
Monday September 13 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 FedEx Field
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

Late in the Patriots-Dolphins season opener, Ron Jaworski inadvertently uttered a profanity, for which he would apologize 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 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
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