One final Monday Night Football game to close out what has been, to put it mildly, an extremely odd season. We've had more Monday night games than usual thanks to rescheduling. We've had more Tuesday night games than usual. Hell, we've had a Wednesday night game.
Regardless, we're closing things out and are getting ready for the playoffs with one of the teams that's been more fun to watch this year, and another that's had quite the downfall. The 11-3 Buffalo Bills head up to Foxborough, Mass., to face what's left of the 6-8 New England Patriots in a divisional matchup that doesn't really mean anything.
Buffalo already has won the AFC East, joining Pittsburgh, and Kansas City atop their respective divisions in the AFC. New England, meanwhile, is playing for that thing called pride and in all likelihood won't see the best team the Bills can put on the field.
That said, Buffalo has won four straight, and a fifth consecutive win would do a lot for their momentum before hosting Miami in the regular-season finale next week. (The Dolphins are going to need to win that game to make the playoffs on their own terms.) Buffalo can't do any better than third in the AFC, and they could fall to fourth should they lose their last two games. It's doubtful they'd want to let that happen without a fight.
So in other words, game on.
Kickoff is scheduled for 8:15 p.m. Eastern time. The game, per usual, is on ESPN.
How to watch Monday Night Football live stream in the U.S.
The 2020 Monday Night Football season will be available on ESPN in the U.S. You can watch ESPN online on five of the largest live TV streaming services.
Hulu with Live TV and some of the other services offer a variety of free trials, and it includes ESPN. Hulu also has tons of other live sports channels to watch a full Sunday of NFL action, along with other popular sports. (See all Hulu with Live TV channels.)
Sling TV’s Orange Plan offers the lowest regular price among the live streaming services, and it includes live ESPN stations in many local markets. Just be careful because the Blue Plan doesn’t come with ESPN. (See all Sling TV channels.)
And be sure to take advantage of that Sling TV free trial if you haven't already.
YouTube TV is the best recommended option for fans who want to see every NFL game. The service has all the broadcast networks plus ESPN and NFL Network, and now offers NFL RedZone for an additional cost. (See all YouTube TV channels.)
If you need help trying to decide between YouTube TV vs. Hulu, we've got you covered.
Fubo TV has a strong focus on sports, and includes ESPN for Monday Night Football games. (See all Fubo TV channels.)
AT&T TV Now includes ESPN, with Monday Night Football, on all of their plans starting with the $55 Access plan.
If you are OK with watching games only on your mobile devices, you can see Monday Night Football games for free in the U.S. in apps made by the NFL and Yahoo! The official NFL app, the official NFL team apps, the Yahoo! Fantasy app and even the Yahoo! Mail app will have local live streams of nationally televised games. These live streams will only work on your smartphones and some tablets, so don’t expect to watch them on your smart TVs.
Monday Night Football game schedule
- Week 1, Pittsburgh Steelers 26, New York Giants 16
- Week 1, Tennessee Titans 16, Denver Broncos 14
- Week 2, Las Vegas Raiders 32, New Orleans Saints 24
- Week 3, Kansas City Chiefs 34, Baltimore Ravens 20
- Week 4, Green Bay Packers 30, Atlanta Falcons 16
- Week 5, New Orleans Saints 30, L.A. Chargers 27
- Week 6, Arizona Cardinals 38, Dallas Cowboys 10; Kansas City Chiefs 26, Buffalo Bills 17
- Week 7, Los Angeles Rams 24, Chicago Bears 10
- Week 8, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 25, New York Giants 23
- Week 9, New England Patriots 30, N.Y. Jets 27
- Week 10, Minnesota Vikings 19, Chicago Bears 13
- Week 11, L.A. Rams 27, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 24
- Week 12, Seattle Seahawks 23, Philadelphia Eagles 17
- Week 13, Washington 23, Pittsburgh Steelers 17; Buffalo Bills 24, San Francisco 24
- Week 14, Baltimore Ravens 47, Cleveland Browns 42
- Week 15, Cincinnati Bengals 20, Pittsburgh Steelers 20
- Week 16, Dec. 28, 8:15 p.m., Buffalo Bills vs. New England Patriots
How to watch Monday Night Football live stream in the United Kingdom
If you're in the United Kingdom, you can still see plenty of NFL games. Sky Sports NFL channel features Gridiron American football games all season long.
Sky Sports will be carrying Monday Night Football games on Sky Sports NFL and Sky Sports Main Event channels at 1 a.m. BST each Monday. That includes this week’s game, Los Angeles Chargers vs. New Orleans Saints. Check out the Sky Sports NFL game schedule for other upcoming games.
Sky Sports NFL and Sky Sports Main Event are both available as part of the Sky Sports Pass, with no pay cable package required. You can choose between several different Sky Sports Passes, including a Day Pass for £9.99, a Week Pass for £14.99, or a Month Pass for £33.99 per month.
How to watch Monday Night Football live stream in Canada
In Canada, 2020 NFL games are available on the TSN networks. Coverage is spread out over TSN, CTV and the TSN app. Monday Night Football, including this week’s game Chargers vs. Saints will be on TSN.
TSN is available live streaming online as part of TSN Direct. This service allows viewers to pay for an online pass to watch all the great sports from the TSN stations without needing a cable package. You can get a day pass for $5, a month pass for $20, or a six month pass for $100. If you get a TSN Direct Pass, you can watch the Los Angeles Chargers vs. New Orleans Saints live stream this week.
TSN Direct is available as a day pass for $5 Canadian, a month pass for $20 Canadian, or a six month pass for $100 Canadian.
Watch NFL Primetime for NFL highlights on ESPN+
Are you ready for some football highlights? You can skip the pregame show and get one of the best highlight shows of all time streaming commercial-free. NFL Primetime with Chris Berman joined this year by Booger McFarland, and available on ESPN+. You can catch it starting at 7:30 p.m. Eastern, and it'll be updated following the Sunday night and Monday night games.
ESPN+ is the standalone sports streaming service from ESPN. It offers sports fans tons of exclusive extra live sports, shows, and documentaries. You can't get most of this sports content anywhere else, because these games aren't on cable or Live TV streaming services. ESPN+ costs $5.99 a month or $49.99 a year, and it is easy to start or stop your subscription if you'd like. Plus you can easily watch ESPN+ on your TV or streaming devices.
And if you're really serious about great content, check out the epic bundle that includes ESPN+, Hulu and Disney+. You get all three of those services for just $12.99 a month — essentially giving you three services for the price of two.
- How to watch ESPN+ on your TV
- Does ESPN+ offer a free trial?
- How to watch ESPN+ on Roku
- How to watch ESPN+ on a Vizio TV
- Does ESPN+ work with Chromecast?
You can also stream Monday Night Football in the ESPN app. The ESPN app is available on Android phones and tablets, iPhones, iPads and Fire Tablets as well as on your TV using Apple TV, Android TV, Chromecast, Fire TV, and Roku. You will need to have a login and password for a subscription service that includes ESPN in order to stream live NFL games in the app. So make sure you have your information handy from one of the live TV streaming services listed above.
Listen to NFL Monday Night Football games on SiriusXM
Monday Night Football means exciting matchups under the lights, but you don't have to miss out just because you can't stay glued to your TV. You can still tune in to MNF play by play on the go with SiriusXM .
The SiriusXM broadcasts of all NFL games, including Monday Night Football, begin on NFL Radio. They also have NFL talk and analysis from big NFL broadcasters including Bob Papa and Charlie Weis . NFL Radio is available in your vehicle, or streaming to your mobile devices on channel SXM 88. Individual game channels can be found on the SiriusXM NFL game schedule
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