The NFL is in the thick of the postseason with the divisional round wrapping up on Sunday.
With that, there are some alterations to the schedule. “Monday Night Football” is one of the most anticipated matchups throughout the regular season and first round of the postseason.
However, the MNF action is over for now. Here’s everything to know about the game’s history in 2023 and what to expect in the upcoming weeks.
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Is there a ‘Monday Night Football’ game tonight?
There is no “Monday Night Football” game on Monday, Jan. 22. The last Monday night game of the regular season was played during Week 16 on Christmas Day. The schedule for that day included three games on Monday, with the Ravens-49ers wrapping up the action.
With the annual slate of college football bowl games on New Year’s Day, the NFL typically does not schedule games to take place on the same day as the most prestigious games across the NCAA, which is why there wasn’t an MNF game in Week 17.
During the postseason, there was just one Monday game. That was held during the wild-card round that took place on Monday, Jan. 15.
When is Super Bowl 58?
Date: Sunday, Feb. 11Time: 6:30 p.m. ETLocation: Allegiant Stadium, Paradise, Nev.
Super Bowl 58 is again out in the desert in 2024, as the NFC and AFC champions meet at Allegiant Stadium, home of the Las Vegas Raiders. It’s the first time this game has been played in the Vegas area.
NFL playoff schedule 2024
Matchup Time Channel AFC Championship 3 p.m. ET CBS, Fubo NFC Championship 6:30 p.m. ET Fox, Fubo