Type
Sports
Premiered
Sep. 21, 1970
Status
Returning Series
Runtime
180 min.
Country
USA
Network
ESPN TV Network
Genre

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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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TV Special: NFL Pro Bowl: AFC All Stars … Aired: Jan. 25, 2015

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  • Monday Night Football debuted on Monday, September 21st, 1970, with New York Jets @ Cleveland Browns. Immediate link is _"NFL Monday Night Football" (1970) {New York Jets vs. Cleveland Browns…
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    Monday Night Football debuted on Monday, September 21st, 1970, with New York Jets @ Cleveland Browns. Immediate link is _"NFL Monday Night Football" (1970) {New York Jets vs. Cleveland Browns (#1.1})_.
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  • On Monday, September 5th, 1983, during "NFL Monday Night Football" (1970) {Dallas Cowboys vs. Washington Redskins (#14.1)}, Howard Cosell called Redskins' wide receiver Alvin Garrett "a…
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    On Monday, September 5th, 1983, during "NFL Monday Night Football" (1970) {Dallas Cowboys vs. Washington Redskins (#14.1)}, Howard Cosell called Redskins' wide receiver Alvin Garrett "a little monkey". Following two months of continuous & intense public pressure, he resigned from the Monday Night Football broadcast team after being the lead commentator for the first 14 seasons, as the program started in 1970. Howard Cosell was lead commentator & co-leading commentator for 194 Monday Night Football games.
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  • On Monday, November 27th, 1978, San Francisco City Rights' former manager Dan White (III) assassinated mayor George Moscone and gay rights activist, Harvey Milk, after Moscone and Milk were…
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    On Monday, November 27th, 1978, San Francisco City Rights' former manager Dan White (III) assassinated mayor George Moscone and gay rights activist, Harvey Milk, after Moscone and Milk were refusing White's request of allowing him to return to the office that he resigned from, the previous week. This occurred approximately 12 hours before the kickoff of a football game in the same city. The game's immediate link is "NFL Monday Night Football" (1970) {Pittsburgh Steelers vs. San Francisco 49ers (#9.13)}.
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