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What time are the NFL games tonight? TV schedule, channel for NFL ‘Monday Night Football’ doubleheader


NFL fans, rejoice. The “Monday Night Football” doubleheader is making a return in 2022.

Last season, the NFL didn’t schedule a doubleheader on Monday night. They ended up having one after a Browns-Raiders game was moved on account of COVID complications, but each games weren’t on ESPN. As such, it wasn’t an official “Monday Night Football” doubleheader.

The 2 games in Week 2 of the 2022 NFL season will each be broadcast by ESPN’s family of networks. One game, the Bills vs. Titans contest, will air on ESPN and the opposite, Eagles vs. Vikings, shall be broadcast on ABC.

The one catch with this doubleheader is that the games is not going to air back-to-back. They’ll air somewhat concurrently with one starting at 7:15 p.m. ET and the opposite starting at 8:30 p.m. ET. 

So, how can NFL fans watch each of the “Monday Night Football” games in Week 2? Here’s tips on how to catch the ESPN and ABC doubleheader and stream the games live.

MORE: Watch Monday night NFL games live with fuboTV (free trial)

What time are the NFL games tonight?

Game 1

  • Date: Monday, Sept. 19
  • Matchup: Titans at Bills
  • Location: Highmark Stadium in Orchard Park, N.Y.
  • Start time: 7:15 p.m. ET

Game 2

  • Date: Monday, Sept. 19
  • Matchup: Vikings at Eagles
  • Location: Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Penn.
  • Start time: 8:30 p.m. ET

ESPN didn’t schedule a “Monday Night Football” doubleheader through the 2021 NFL season. The network brought it back in 2022 nevertheless it comes with a few twists.

First, the doubleheader is going down in Week 2. Typically, ESPN would broadcast the “Monday Night Football” doubleheader as a part of its season debut in Week 1. Nevertheless, the network wanted Russell Wilson’s return to Seattle to face alone this season, in order that moved the two-game slate to Week 2.

Moreover, this is not a real doubleheader. The Titans-Bills game will begin at 7:15 p.m. ET while the Vikings-Eagles contest will kick off 1:15 later at 8:30 p.m. ET. So, viewers can have to search out a option to simulcast the motion on ABC and ESPN.

Viewers will have the ability to see each of the contests on the ESPN family of networks — ESPN and ABC. Meaning each may be streamed using ESPN+ and fuboTV, which comes 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 are meeting for a fifth consecutive season and for the fifth time of the Mike Vrabel and Sean McDermott eras. Up to now, the 2 coaches have split the meetings 2-2, so this can function a grudge match of sorts.

This contest will air first among the many “Monday Night Football” games at 7:15 p.m. ET. It is going to be called by the alternate crew 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 game; it might probably 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) are coming off wins over NFC North teams in Week 1.

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

Jefferson is a tricky matchup against Darius Slay, Chauncey Gardner-Johnson and the remaining of the Eagles’ secondary. That said, he went off against the Packers despite a tricky matchup with Jaire Alexander. A great night against the Eagles could confirm that he’s, actually, a matchup-proof player.

NFL live stream for ‘Monday Night Football’

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

Those without cable subscriptions produce other options to look at the contests. Among the best is fuboTV, which has each ESPN and ABC in its channel lineup and comes with a free trial.

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

Streaming optionCable subscription needed?Free?CostFree trial?
ESPN.com/ESPN AppYesYes
NFL AppNoYes
DirecTV StreamNoNo$49.99/monthYes
Hulu Plus Live TVNoNo$69.99/monthYes
Sling TVNoNo$35/monthNo
YouTube TVNoNo$54.99/monthYes

‘Monday Night Football’ schedule 2022

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