The 2020 NFL Monday Night Football Schedule kicks off on September 14 with a season-opening doubleheader. In the first game, the New York Giants host the Pittsburgh Steelers at 7:10pm ET.
The second game features the Tennessee Titans traveling to face the Denver Broncos at 10:20pm ET. All Monday Night Football games will be televised by ESPN.
The Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs will be featured on Monday, September 28 when they visit the Baltimore Ravens.
Nine teams will play on Monday Night Football twice during the 2020 season — Pittsburgh Steelers, New York Giants, New Orleans Saints, Baltimore Ravens, Chicago Bears, Los Angeles Rams, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, New England Patriots, and Buffalo Bills.
Overall, the 2020 NFL Monday Night Football Schedule on ESPN includes 17 regular-season games.
Schedule updates due to COVID-19:
- Patriots at Chiefs in Week 4 moved to Monday.
- Chiefs at Bills in Week 6 moved to Monday.
2020 NFL Monday Night Football Schedule
*All games at 8:15pm ET on ESPN except Week 1 and Week 4.
Monday, Sept. 14 (Week 1)
Steelers 26, Giants 16
Titans 16, Broncos 14
Monday, Sept. 21 (Week 2)
Raiders 34, Saints 24
Monday, Sept. 28 (Week 3)
Chiefs 34, Ravens 20
Monday, Oct. 5 (Week 4)
Chiefs 26, Patriots 10
Packers 30, Falcons 16
Monday, Oct. 12 (Week 5)
Saints 30, Chargers 27
Monday, Oct. 19 (Week 6)
Chiefs at Bills | 5pm | FOX
Cardinals at Cowboys | 8:15pm | ESPN
Monday, Oct. 26 (Week 7)
Bears at Rams | Buy Tickets
Monday, Nov. 2 (Week 8)
Buccaneers at Giants | Buy Tickets
Monday, Nov. 9 (Week 9)
Patriots at Jets | Buy Tickets
Monday, Nov. 16 (Week 10)
Vikings at Bears | Buy Tickets
Monday, Nov. 23 (Week 11)
Rams at Buccaneers | Buy Tickets
Monday, Nov. 30 (Week 12)
Seahawks at Eagles | Buy Tickets
Monday, Dec. 7 (Week 13)
Bills at 49ers | Buy Tickets
Monday, Dec. 14 (Week 14)
Ravens at Browns | Buy Tickets
Monday, Dec. 21 (Week 15)
Steelers at Bengals | Buy Tickets
Monday, Dec. 28 (Week 16)
Bills at Patriots | Buy Tickets