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NFL fans, rejoice. The Monday Night Football doubleheader returns in 2022.

Last season, the NFL did not schedule a Monday night game. They ended up having one after a Browns-Raiders game was moved due to complications from COVID, but both games weren’t on ESPN. As such, this was not an official Monday Night Football doubleheader.

Both Week 2 games of the 2022 NFL season will be broadcast by the ESPN family of networks. One game, the Bills vs. Titans, will be broadcast on ESPN, and the other, Eagles vs. Vikings, will air on ABC.

The only catch with this double header is that the games will not be broadcast back to back. They will air somewhat simultaneously, with one starting at 7:15 PM ET and the other starting at 8:30 PM ET.

So how can NFL fans watch both Monday Night Football games in Week 2? Here’s how to catch the matchup on ESPN and ABC and stream the games live.

MORE: Watch NFL Monday Night Live with fuboTV (Free Trial)

What time are the NFL games tonight?

Game 1

  • Date: Monday, September 19
  • Matches: Titans at Bills
  • location: Highmark Stadium in Orchard Park, New York
  • Starting time: 7:15 p.m. ET

Game 2

  • Date: Monday, September 19
  • Matches: Vikings at Eagles
  • location: Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Penn.
  • Starting time: 8:30 p.m. ET

ESPN has not scheduled a Monday Night Football game during the 2021 NFL season. The network brought it back in 2022, but it comes with a few twists.

First, the doubleheader takes place in Week 2. Normally, ESPN would air the Monday Night Football doubleheader as part of its season debut in Week 1. However, the network wanted Russell Wilson’s return to Seattle to stand alone this season, so what moved the slate up two games to Week 2.

Also, it’s not a true doubleheader. The Titans-Bills game will begin at 7:15 PM ET, while the Vikings-Eagles contest will begin 1:15 later at 8:30 PM ET. So viewers may have to find a way to simulcast the action on ABC and ESPN.

Viewers will be able to see both contests on the ESPN family of networks — ESPN and ABC. This means anyone can stream using ESPN+ and fuboTV, which come with a free trial.

What channel is Monday Night Football on tonight?

Titans vs. Bills

  • TV channel (national): ESPN | ESPN2
  • Live Stream: ESPN App | ESPN+ | fuboTV

The Titans and Bills meet for the fifth straight season and the fifth time since the Mike Vrabel-Sean McDermott era. To date, the two coaches have split the meetings 2-2, so this will serve as something of a grudge match.

This contest will air first among the Monday Night Football games at 7:15 PM ET. It will be called by the alternate team of play-by-play announcer Steve Levy, analysts Louis Riddick and Dan Orlovsky and sideline reporter Laura Rutledge.

ESPN and ESPN2 will broadcast the Titans vs. Bills; can be streamed on the ESPN app, ESPN+ and on fuboTV, which comes with a free trial.

Vikings vs Eagles

  • TV channel (national): ABC
  • Live Stream: ESPN App | ESPN+ | fuboTV

The Vikings (1-0) and Eagles (1-0) both defeated NFC North teams in Week 1.

Minnesota was impressive in its 23-7 win over Green Bay. The defense frustrated Packers QB Aaron Rodgers as it pressured him and limited the production of his revamped receiving corps. On the other side of the ball, Vikings wide receiver Justin Jefferson thrived in new coach Kevin O’Connell’s offense, posting 184 yards and two touchdowns on nine catches.

Jefferson expects a tough matchup against Darius Slay, Chauncey Gardner-Johnson and the rest of the Eagles’ secondary. However, he came out against the Packers despite a tough matchup with Jaire Alexander. A good night against the Eagles could confirm that he is, in fact, a matchup-proof player.

NFL Monday Night Football Live Stream

Both games Bills vs. Titans and Eagles vs. The Vikings will be available to stream for free with the ESPN and NFL apps for those with cable.

Those without cable subscriptions have other options for watching the races. One of the best is fuboTV, which has both ESPN and ABC in its channel lineup and comes with a free trial.

Below are all the ways cord cutters can catch Monday night’s doubleheader.

Streaming option Need a cable TV subscription? Free? price Free trial?
ESPN.com/ESPN App Yes Yes
ESPN+ No No $9.99/month No
NFL app No Yes
NFL+ No No $9.99/month Yes
fuboTV No No $69.99/month Yes
DirecTV Stream No No $49.99/month Yes
Hulu Plus Live TV No No $69.99/month Yes
Sling TV No No $35/month No
YouTube TV No No $54.99/month Yes

Monday Night Football schedule for 2022

a week Date It matches
1 September 12 Seattle Seahawks 17, Denver Broncos 16
2 September 19 Buffalo Bills vs. Tennessee Titans
2 September 19 Philadelphia Eagles vs. Minnesota Vikings
3 September 26 Dallas Cowboys vs. New York Giants
4 October 3 Los Angeles Rams vs. San Francisco 49ers
5 October 10 Las Vegas Raiders vs. Kansas City Chiefs
6 October 17 Denver Broncos vs. Los Angeles Chargers
7 October 24 Chicago Bears vs. New England Patriots
8 October 31 Cincinnati Bengals vs. Cleveland Browns
9 November 7 Baltimore Ravens vs. New Orleans Saints
10 November 14 Washington Commanders vs Philadelphia Eagles
11 November 21 San Francisco 49ers vs. Arizona Cardinals (at Mexico City)
12 November 28 Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Indianapolis Colts
13 Dec 5 New Orleans Saints vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
14 12 Dec New England Patriots vs. Arizona Cardinals
15 19 Dec Los Angeles Rams vs Green Bay Packers
16 Dec 26 Los Angeles Chargers vs. Indianapolis Colts
17 January 2 Buffalo Bills vs. Cincinnati Bengals

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