'Monday Night Football' schedule 2022: Dates, times, teams for ESPN's NFL prime-time games – Sporting News

“Monday Night Football” has a new feel in 2022.
With a brand-new broadcast crew, ESPN’s prime-time NFL slate has leveled up this season.
After two decades of commentating together for Fox, Troy Aikman and Joe Buck signed multiyear contracts to become the new broadcast tandem for “Monday Night Football.”
MORE: Why Joe Buck and Troy Aikman left Fox to join ESPN’s ‘Monday Night Football’ booth
There’s also a new-look “Monday Night Countdown” crew, which includes Suzy Kolber, Booger McFarland, Steve Young, Alex Smith, Robert Griffin III and Michelle Beisner-Buck.
The Sporting News has all the information you need to watch “Monday Night Football” this season.
The full “Monday Night Football’ schedule for the 2022 NFL season:
“Monday Night Football” will be broadcast on ESPN, ESPN2 and ABC this season, but there are other ways to tune in to the matchups.
Those with cable subscriptions can watch games free on ESPN.com or the ESPN app. Alternatively, the game is available on ESPN+ with a subscription to the service. Cord-cutters can find the game on fuboTV, which offers a free trial.
“Monday Night Football” is scheduled to kick off at 8:15 p.m. ET every week, regardless of where the game is being played.
“Monday Night Football” will be broadcast on ESPN, ESPN2 and ABC in the United States, but there are other places to find the games.
“Monday Night Football” will also be streamed on the ESPN app and ESPN.com for those with a cable subscription. Those without cable can watch the game on ESPN+ with a subscription to the streaming service.
Cord-cutters can also access Monday night’s matchup via fuboTV, which offers a free trial. FuboTV carries the ESPN family of networks in addition to CBS, Fox, NBC and NFL Network, providing football fans an opportunity to watch the action throughout the week.
In Canada, fans can watch the game with DAZN, which carries every NFL game.


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