2015 NFL Monday Night Football Schedule

The 2015 NFL Monday Night Football schedule kicks off on Monday, September 14th, 2015 with two week 1 games. The first game will features the Philadelphia Eagles traveling to take on the Atlanta Falcons at 7:10 PM ET. The second MNF (Monday Night Football) game of the evening will see the Minnesota Vikings traveling to take on the San Francisco 49ers. There will be a total of 17 MNF games this season, with the final game being played on December 28th, 2015 seeing the Cincinnati Bengals traveling to take on the Peyton Manning led Denver Broncos to wrap up the 2015 NFL regular season. All Monday Night Football games will be broadcast on ESPN this season.

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2015 NFL Monday Night Football TV Schedule

Note: All Monday Night Football games will be played at 8:30 PM EST and be shown on ESPN except for the games scheduled during week 1 of the NFL regular season.
Monday, Sept. 14 (Week 1)
Philadelphia Eagles at Atlanta Falcons – 7:10pm ET
Minnesota Vikings at San Francisco 49ers – 10:20pm ET
Monday, Sept. 21 (Week 2)
NY Jets at Indianapolis Colts
Monday, Sept. 28 (Week 3)
Kansas City Chiefs at Green Bay PackersBen Rothlisberger
Monday, Oct. 5 (Week 4)
Detroit Lions at Seattle Seahawks
Monday, Oct. 12 (Week 5)
Pittsburgh Steelers at San Diego Chargers
Monday, Oct. 19 (Week 6)
NY Giants at Philadelphia Eagles
Monday, Oct. 26 (Week 7)
Baltimore Ravens at Arizona Cardinals
Monday, Nov. 2 (Week 8)
Indianapolis Colts at Carolina Panthers
Monday, Nov. 9 (Week 9)
Chicago Bears at San Diego Chargers
Monday, Nov. 16 (Week 10)
Houston Texans at Cincinnati Bengals
Monday, Nov. 23 (Week 11)
Buffalo Bills at New England Patriots
Monday, Nov. 30 (Week 12)
Baltimore Ravens at Cleveland Browns
Monday, Dec. 7 (Week 13)
Dallas Cowboys at Washington Redskins
Monday, Dec. 14 (Week 14)
NY Giants at Miami Dolphins
Monday, Dec. 21 (Week 15)
Detroit Lions at New Orleans Saints
Monday, Dec. 28 (Week 16)
Cincinnati Bengals at Denver Broncos