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Monday Night Football

Monday Night Football is a live broadcast of the National Football League on ESPN. From 1970 to 2005 it aired on ABC.

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44x21 Atlanta Falcons at San Francisco 4… Aired: Dec. 23, 2013

The Atlanta Falcons and San Francisco's 49ers go head to head at Candlestick Park. Fans also say goodbye to Candlestick Park as the game is Candlestick's …

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Series Info

Type:
Sports
Premiered:
Sep. 21, 1970
Status:
Returning Series
Runtime:
180 min.
Aired:
1970 - 2014
To-Date:
44 Seasons
754 Episodes
Network
ESPN TV Network
Genre

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  • On Monday, December 28th, 1998, "NFL Monday Night Football" (1970) {Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Pittsburgh Steelers (#29.17)} is the game that, play-by-play commentator Al Michaels said, "No…
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    On Monday, December 28th, 1998, "NFL Monday Night Football" (1970) {Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Pittsburgh Steelers (#29.17)} is the game that, play-by-play commentator Al Michaels said, "No shit!", in response to a question asked by his colleague, Dan Dierdorf about NCAA Football team, Boston College. It turned out that Michaels thought that a scheduled interview was already occurring and did not know his microphone was still on. At halftime of this game, Doug Flutie was interviewed.
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  • Peter Thomas is a longtime narrator the "Monday Night Football" commercials.
  • The assassination of John Lennon, on Monday, December 8th, 1980, was first announced to the world by Howard Cosell while broadcasting "NFL Monday Night Football" (1970) {New England Patriots…
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    The assassination of John Lennon, on Monday, December 8th, 1980, was first announced to the world by Howard Cosell while broadcasting "NFL Monday Night Football" (1970) {New England Patriots vs. Miami Dolphins (#11.14)}. According to Frank Gifford, Lennon met Ronald Reagan when both were guests on a Monday Night Football game on Monday, December 8th, 1975. This game link is "NFL Monday Night Football" (1970) {Denver Broncos vs. Oakland Raiders (#6.12)}. Coincidentally, 5 years (261 weeks) differ among John Lennon's visit and death, Monday, December 8th, 1975 & Monday, December 8th, 1980. After appearing on the show, Lennon gave Gifford and Howard Cosell each a complete collection of Beatles' albums, which he autographed.
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