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TheTim5125
03-27-2006, 01:05 PM
Monday night, Sept. 11, will feature the first regularly scheduled Monday Night Football game on ESPN, and the first regularly scheduled Monday Night Football doubleheader. The first game (7 p.m. ET) will pit the Minnesota Vikings, under new head coach Brad Childress, at the Washington Redskins, an '05 Divisional Playoff team. The Monday night "nightcap" (10:15 p.m. ET) will be an AFC West meeting of the San Diego Chargers, directed by new starting quarterback Philip Rivers, at the Oakland Raiders, also led by a new coach, Pro Football Hall of Famer Art Shell.

Monday night double header.. i love it. does anyone know if this will be every week...

Summery:
Opening weekend...
Sept 7th- Miami @ Pitt
Sept 10th Cowboys @ Jax
Sept 10th Colts @ Giants... already hailed as the manning bowl
Sept 11th Vikings @ Washington first monday night game
Sept 11th Chargers @ Raiders monday night nightcap (10:15 start ET)

Thanks Giving (my favorite holiday)
12:30 game Miami @ Detroit
4:15 game Bucs @ Cowboys
8:00 (on nfl network) Broncos @ Chiefs

Three games on TG i'm stoked...

Link: http://www.nfl.com/news/story/9340852

bignasty
03-27-2006, 01:37 PM
well that means we will not get the Thanksgiving game with Dallas:fight:

ledzeppelin229
03-27-2006, 01:39 PM
If the team hadn't been so damn horrible last year we might have gotten the TG game with Dallas. I would have liked to have watched them with all my relatives in Georgia. Oh well I should have known.

Maddict5
03-27-2006, 01:44 PM
Monday night, Sept. 11, will feature the first regularly scheduled Monday Night Football game on ESPN, and the first regularly scheduled Monday Night Football doubleheader. The first game (7 p.m. ET) will pit the Minnesota Vikings, under new head coach Brad Childress, at the Washington Redskins, an '05 Divisional Playoff team. The Monday night "nightcap" (10:15 p.m. ET) will be an AFC West meeting of the San Diego Chargers, directed by new starting quarterback Philip Rivers, at the Oakland Raiders, also led by a new coach, Pro Football Hall of Famer Art Shell.

Monday night double header.. i love it. does anyone know if this will be every week...

Summery:
Opening weekend...
Sept 7th- Miami @ Pitt
Sept 10th Cowboys @ Jax
Sept 10th Colts @ Giants... already hailed as the manning bowl
Sept 11th Vikings @ Washington first monday night game
Sept 11th Chargers @ Raiders monday night nightcap (10:15 start ET)

Thanks Giving (my favorite holiday)
12:30 game Miami @ Detroit
4:15 game Bucs @ Cowboys
8:00 (on nfl network) Broncos @ Chiefs

Three games on TG i'm stoked...

Link: http://www.nfl.com/news/story/9340852

maybe there was a bad line and this was said 'boys are playing an afc south team on the rise, the.. we'll show them cos there injury prone rb should be fit to play':pigfly: im desperate here:pigfly:

pissed about the double header of MNF.. cant get that over here:brickwall

happy about treble TG

c5demon
03-27-2006, 01:47 PM
I would be happy with the Texans/Cowboys playing on Sunday after the UT/OU Red River Shootout!

FILO_girl
03-27-2006, 01:56 PM
Boo, no Green Bay OR Texans Turkey day games!

That majorly sucks. :homer:


Hmm, the Cowgirls and the Jags...oh who do I side with on this one? I have a serious case of anal glaucoma for this match up, I can't see my **** cheering for either side. :hmmm:

I guess :popcorn: will be the best I can do.

WWJD
03-27-2006, 01:57 PM
If the team hadn't been so damn horrible last year we might have gotten the TG game with Dallas. I would have liked to have watched them with all my relatives in Georgia. Oh well I should have known.


I don't believe that is true. I believe they switch every year between an AFC team and NFC team.

Last year the Cowboys played Denver. So this year it would be NFC. And so it is.

WWJD
03-27-2006, 01:59 PM
maybe there was a bad line and this was said 'boys are playing an afc south team on the rise, the.. we'll show them cos there injury prone rb should be fit to play':pigfly: im desperate here:pigfly:

pissed about the double header of MNF.. cant get that over here:brickwall

happy about treble TG


Yea. I'm sure the NFL schedules games around injured prone RB's. Where do you get this stuff?

Speedy
03-27-2006, 04:24 PM
Are both Monday night games on ESPN??

thegr8fan
03-27-2006, 08:35 PM
that is going to be a LOOOOONG Monday night for us football fanatic nuts. Wonder if I can stay away from the final score news the next day to catch it on my DVR and watch it later. :hmmm:

ledzeppelin229
03-27-2006, 08:44 PM
I don't believe that is true. I believe they switch every year between an AFC team and NFC team.

Last year the Cowboys played Denver. So this year it would be NFC. And so it is.

Ahh..well, we were still horrible and we still aren't playing Dallas. So, ultimately the same thing.:thumbdown

Maddict5
03-28-2006, 06:41 AM
Yea. I'm sure the NFL schedules games around injured prone RB's. Where do you get this stuff?

:pigfly: :pigfly: :pigfly: :pigfly:

Maddict5
03-28-2006, 06:42 AM
that is going to be a LOOOOONG Monday night for us football fanatic nuts. Wonder if I can stay away from the final score news the next day to catch it on my DVR and watch it later. :hmmm:

lightweight :challenge :stirpot:

swisher
03-28-2006, 09:49 AM
that is going to be a LOOOOONG Monday night for us football fanatic nuts. Wonder if I can stay away from the final score news the next day to catch it on my DVR and watch it later. :hmmm:


I think this is great. First game on Monday starts at 6 Houston time. The second one 9:15. Sweet. I wish they could do that every week.

TheTim5125
03-28-2006, 09:59 AM
i know the monday night double header is only to kick off the new monday night season but maybe it's also an audition for more possible monday night double headers.