Monday Night Football Season 3 (1972)
|3x01 Washington Redskins at Minnesota Vikings |
George Allen's ""Over the Hill Gang"" had impressed America the year before, making the playoffs on the MNF Season 2 finale. With emotions on high, the Redskins overwhelmed the Vikings ...
|Sep. 18, 1972|
|3x02 Kansas City Chiefs at New Orleans Saints |
On a warm week 2 evening in Tulane Stadium the Kansas City Chiefs evened their record at 1-1 defeating the New Orleans Saints 20 -17. Chiefs defense held the Saints to 174 yards of ...
|Sep. 25, 1972|
|3x03 New York Giants at Philadelphia Eagles |
Hired halfway through the 1971 season, Ed Khayat would not last long as Eagles' coach. His biggest hurt would come from the Big Apple. New York had traded for QB Norm Snead, who was ...
|Oct. 02, 1972|
|3x04 Oakland Raiders at Houston Oilers |
ABC thought this was a match-up of two powers. Instead, the 1-1-1 Oakland Raiders blew away the 1-2 Houston Oilers 34-0. It was the start of the Oilers' 18-game losing streak, keeping ...
|Oct. 09, 1972|
|3x05 Green Bay Packers at Detroit Lions |
|Oct. 16, 1972|
|3x06 Chicago Bears at Minnesota Vikings (1) |
|Oct. 23, 1972|
|3x07 Detroit Lions at Dallas Cowboys |
|Oct. 30, 1972|
|3x08 Baltimore Colts at New England Patriots (1) |
|Nov. 06, 1972|
|3x09 Cleveland Browns at San Diego Chargers |
|Nov. 13, 1972|
|3x10 Atlanta Falcons at Washington Redskins |
|Nov. 20, 1972|
|3x11 St. Louis Cardinals at Miami Dolphins |
Only one of the Dolphins' 17 wins of 1972 was played on Monday night. With Earl Morrall at QB, the Dolphins showed their receiving as well as quarterbacking depth. But the No-Name defense ...
|Nov. 27, 1972|
|3x12 Los Angeles Rams at San Francisco 49ers (1) |
|Dec. 04, 1972|
|3x13 New York Jets at Oakland Raiders |
The Jets' hopes for a winning season had been slip-sliding away since a Week 10 defeat in Miami. Now the last chance New York had at the playoffs was to die out, 24-16 at Oakland Coliseum. ...
|Dec. 11, 1972|
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