Game time, channel, how to watch and stream ‘Monday Night Football’

The Eagles meet the Minnesota Vikings in their home opener at Lincoln Financial Field Football on Monday night Show that will look and feel a little different.

For starters, tonight’s game will air at 8:30 p.m. Eastern on ABC and not ESPN, which will instead air Tennessee Titans-Buffalo Bills in an overlapping doubleheader. As a result, there will be plenty of cuts and updates between the two shows, something ESPN is experimenting with in part because the network will have three such doubleheads next season.

In the booth it will be new Football on Monday night announcers Joe Buck and Troy Aikman calling their first Eagles game since last season’s playoff loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The duo received rave reviews for their Week 1 debut and delivered something ESPN lacked Football on Monday night for some time – a great game feel.

ESPN executives “have long been frustrated” by the perception that the Football on Monday night Broadcast was “less than other rights holders,” wrote The Athletic’s Richard Deitsch, adding that the new booth featuring Buck and Aikman “sounded big, which ESPN wants.”

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Joining Buck and Aikman is longtime sideline reporter and native King of Prussia Lisa Salters, who grew up with the Eagles but had a soft spot for at least one Dallas Cowboys Hall of Famer.

“I remember rooting for my cousin Tony Dorsett and the Cowboys while my dad — sorry, Troy — rooted for the Cowboys because we’re from Philadelphia and we’re an Eagles family,” Salters said in a recent Telephone conference. “But we’re still secretly cheering for the cowboys because of Tony.”

“I just learned something, Lisa. Didn’t know you were cousins ​​of TD Tony Dorsett,” Aikman replied. “That’s pretty awesome.”

Here’s everything you need to know to watch the Eagles opener against the Minnesota Vikings Football on Monday night:

  • Where: Lincoln Financial Field

  • Time: 8:30 p.m. East Kickoff

  • TV: ABC (Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, Lisa Salters)

  • Radio: 94.1 WIP (Merrill Reese, Mike Quick, Howard Eskin)

  • Spanish radio: La Mega 105.7 (Rickie Ricardo, Oscar Budejen, Bill Kulik)

  • Stream: ESPN App, (requires cable authentication), fuboTV (7-day free trial), YouTube TV, Hulu + Live TV, DirecTV Stream, Sling TV (all require subscription)

  • Cell phone, mobile phone: NFL+ (requires a subscription)

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Eagles employees Jeff McLane, EJ Smithand Josh Tolentino the action will be streamed live on Gameday Central. Smith and Tolentino will discuss the Eagles-Vikings game live before kick-off at 7pm. For gameplay notes and observations, visit Don’t forget to subscribe to our free Sports Daily newsletter.

We also have a live blog covering all things Eagles all day before kickoff.

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Thanks a Football on Monday night Doubleheader tonight with two games overlapping, tonight’s Eagles Vikings match may seem like the popular subscription channel at times NFL Red Zone.

During segments of both broadcasts, ESPN will turn on a double-box view providing live insights into tonight’s other game – the Tennessee Titans vs. the Buffalo Bills. sport Center Host Scott Van Pelt will be providing regular updates and there will also be a second score bug from Vikings-Eagles on ESPN and Titans-Bills on ABC to keep fans in the loop.

This is the only doubleheader planned for this season, but next year ESPN will have three as part of their new deal with the NFL. Aikman and Buck will name the main game on ABC, and Steve Levy, Louis Riddick and former Carson Wentz superfan Dan Orlovsky will name the second game on ESPN.

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Peyton and Eli Manning are back hosting ESPN’s “Manningcast” this season, but Eagles fans won’t be hearing from them tonight.

With multiple networks and productions involved in tonight’s overlapping doubleheader, ESPN decided to give Peyton and Eli the week off to limit viewer confusion and maximize resources, network sources said.

The Manning brothers will be back on ESPN2 in Week 3 with their alternative Monday Night Football show to announce an NFC East matchup between the Dallas Cowboys and the undefeated New York Giants. Here’s the remaining Manningcast schedule for this season on ESPN2.

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Former Washington quarterback Robert Griffin III is the latest former player to travel down the field-to-TV tunnel.

Griffin, who has yet to officially retire from the NFL and just a few months ago said he was open to a return, joined ESPN in August 2021 as a college football analyst. This year, the 32-year-old is part of the NFL network Monday night countdown Pregame show alongside Hall of Famer Steve Young, Booger McFarland and Upper Dublin High graduate Suzy Kolber.

Due to the doubleheader tonight, the planning is a bit strange. Monday night countdown will air on ESPN at 5:00 p.m. before the Titans Bills kickoff. The crew returns at 8 p.m. to host a second, 30-minute version of the pregame show on ABC

Both teams are 1-0, but only one remains undefeated afterwards. According to oddsmakers, the Eagles are a 2.5-point favorite (on FanDuel), and our roundup of predictions backs up the view held by many pundits – this Football on Monday night Matchup will be a pick-em.

While forecasters are divided on who will win – with a slight advantage for the Birds – the one common theme is that there will be plenty of points at the Linc, which is good for national fans but likely to cause a bit of panic among those Eagles fans after watching their team drop 35 points to the Lions in the opening game.

This poor performance in Week 1, combined with the success of their offensive in Detroit, is probably why most books have the overall score in this book north of 50, with FanDuel and a few others marking it at 50.5 points

Despite a late finish for the Eagles tonight, both NBC Sports Philadelphia and Jakib Sports will offer Birds-focused post-game coverage that will last into the early hours of Tuesday morning.

NBC Sports Philadelphia airs Eagles Aftermath Livewith longtime host Michael Barkann, reporter Reuben Frank and two former Eagles – Ron Jaworski and Barrett Brooks.

Jakib Sports, which streams on YouTube and, features former 97.5 The Fanatic host Mike Missanelli, along with former NBC Sports Philadelphia reporter, former Eagles and New York Giants linebacker Seth Joyner, and the 94.1 WIP presenter Devan Kaney.

  • Week 1, Sept 11: Eagles 38, lions 35

  • Week 2, Sept 19: Vikings at Eagles, 8:30 p.m., ABC

  • Week 3, September 25: Eagles at Commanders, 1 p.m., Fox

  • Week 4, Oct 2: Jaguars at Eagles, 1 p.m., CBS

  • Week 5, Oct 9: Eagles at Cardinals, 4:25 p.m., Fox

  • Week 6: 13 Oct: Cowboys at Eagles, 8:20 p.m., NBC

  • Week 8, Oct 30: Steelers at Eagles, 1 p.m., CBS

  • Week 9, Nov 3: Eagles at Texans, 8:15 p.m., Prime Video (Local on Fox29)

  • Week 10, Nov 14: Commanders at Eagles, 8:15 p.m., ESPN

  • Week 11, Nov 20: Eagles at Colts, 1 p.m., CBS

  • Week 12, Nov 27: Packer at Eagles, 8:20 p.m., NBC

  • Week 13, Dec 4: Titans at Eagles, 1 p.m., Fox

  • Week 14, Dec 11: Eagles at Giants, 1 p.m., Fox

  • Week 15, Dec 18: Eagles at Bears, 1 p.m., Fox

  • Week 16, Dec 24: Eagles at Cowboys, 4:25 p.m., Fox

  • Week 17, January 1: Saints at Eagles, 1 p.m., Fox

  • Week 18, January 7th or 8th: Giants at Eagles, TBD, TBD

Digital Editor Matt Mullin contributed to this report.

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