Monday Night Football Schedule 2014: 17 Primetime Games

For NFL fans, Wednesday night’s official release of the 2014 schedules is one step closer to the football season. For the ninth consecutive season, ESPN will broadcast the Monday Night Football schedule. The World Wide Leader will air a total of 17 primetime matchups, with two coming in the first week. The New York Giants and Detroit Lions kick the season off in Week 1, followed by the San Diego Charges and Arizona Cardinals later in the evening.

Following is the complete Monday Night Football NFL schedule:

Week 1, Sept. 8

New York Giants @ Detroit Lions: 7:10 p.m.

San Diego Chargers @ Arizona Cardinals: 10:20 p.m.

Week 2, Sept. 15

Philadelphia Eagles @ Indianapolis Colts

Week 3, Sept. 22

Chicago Bears @ New York Jets

Week 4, Sept. 29

New England Patriots @ Kansas City Chiefs

Week 5, Oct. 6

Seattle Seahawks @ Washington Redskins

Week 6, Oct. 13

San Francisco 49ers @ St. Louis Rams

Week 7, Oct. 20

Houston Texans @ Pittsburgh Steelers

Week 8, Oct. 27

Washington Redskins @ Dallas Cowboys

Week 9, Nov. 3

Indianapolis Colts @ New York Giants

Week 10, Nov. 10

Carolina Panthers @ Philadelphia Eagles

Week 11, Nov. 17

Pittsburgh Steelers @ Tennessee Titans

Week 12, Nov. 24

Baltimore Ravens @ New Orleans Saints

Week 13, Dec. 1

Miami Dolphins @ New York Jets

Week 14, Dec. 8

Atlanta Falcons @ Green Bay Packers

Week 15, Dec. 15

New Orleans Saints @ Chicago Bears

Week 16, Dec. 22

Denver Broncos @ Cincinnati Bengals

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