Monday Night Football - Season 36

Monday 8:15 PM on ESPN Premiered Sep 01, 1970 In Season


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Episode Guide

  • 2005 Week 16: New England Patriots at New York Jets

    Tom Brady leads the defending Super Bowl champs against Coach Herm Edwards' Jets in the 36th season finale of Monday Night Football.

  • 2005 Week 15: Green Bay Packers at Baltimore Ravens

    Brett Favre, in possibly his final Monday Night performance, will lead the Packers against the Baltimore Ravens, led by Kyle Boller.

  • 2005 Week 14: New Orleans Saints at Atlanta Falcons

    Divisional foes clash in this match up. Aaron Brooks leads the Saints against Michael Vick and the Falcons.

  • 2005 Week 13: Seattle Seahawks at Philadelphia Eagles

    Seattle's Shaun Alexander is one of the hottest RBs this season, but this week he goes up against a stingy Philly D, led by Jevon Kearse. Will Alexander continue his success this season, or feel the wrath of the Jim Johnson's Defense?

  • 2005 Week 12: Pittsburgh Steelers at Indianapolis Colts

    Indianapolis Colts 26, Pittsburgh Steelers 7 Peyton Manning and the Colts rolled 11-0 as they took care of business at home against Ben Roethlisberger and the Pittsburgh Steelers. Pittsburgh had a miserable offensive night, while Manning threw for 245 yards and RB Edjerrin James gained 124 yards, the first one-hundred yard rusher against the Pittsburgh Steeler defense in over a year. Pittsburgh falls to 7-4.

  • 2005 Week 11: Minnesota Vikings at Green Bay Packers

    Minnesota Vikings 20, Green Bay Packer 17 This fierce rivalry features two of the NFL's oldest quarterbacks. Brad Johnson (Age 37) and Brett Favre (36) do battle in this week 11 contest. Favre threw two touchdowns and two interceptions on 20-of-33 passing. Johnson threw for 196 yards and no touchdowns and one interception. However, it was Vikings' RB Mewelde Moore who had the career night, gaining 122 yards on 22 carries, including a 24-yard exploit of the Green Bay defense. The Packers fall to 2-8 while the Vikings move up to 5-5.

  • 2005 Week 10: Dallas Cowboys at Philadelphia Eagles

    Dallas Cowboys 21, Philadelphia Eagles 20 The Dallas Cowboys (6-3) triumphed over their NFC East divisional foes, the Philadelphia Eagles (4-5). The Eagles jumped out ahead 7-0 with a 15-yard TD run by Brian Westbrook. But the Cowboys evened the score when Marion Barber scored from one yard out. The Eagles then ran off 17 straight points, but the Cowboys weren't done for yet. Drew Bledsoe threw a 20-yard touchdown to Terry Glenn with 3:04 left in the fourth quarter. But 21 seconds later, the Eagles threw an interception, and Dallas DB Roy Williams ran it back 46 yards for the score. The extra point was good, and Dallas prevailed by one, 21-20.

  • 2005 Week 9: Indianapolis Colts at New England Patriots

    Indianapolis Colts 40, New England Patriots 21 The Colts (8-0) were fueled by three Peyton Manning touchdown passes, two to Marvin Harrison, and one to Reggie Wayne. Edgerrin James for the Colts added a 2-yard touchdown run and finished with 104 yards on 34 carries. Patriots' RB Corey Dillion was held to 40 yards on 12 attempts.

  • 2005 Week 8: Baltimore Ravens at Pittsburgh Steelers

    Pittsburgh Steelers 20, Baltimore Ravens 19 Ravens' kicker Matt Stover made 4 field goals but missed one as the Pittsburgh Steelers toppled the Baltimore Ravens in this fierce AFC North Division Rivalry. For the Steelers, Jeff Reed was good on two-of-two field goals and Heath Miller managed to grab two touchdown passes from QB Ben Roethlisberger.

  • 2005 Week 7: New York Jets at Atlanta Falcons

    Atlanta Falcons 27, New York Jets 14 Michael Vick ran for two touchdowns, but not much else, as the Falcons (5-2) claimed victory over the now 2-5 Jets. Vick threw 3 interceptions, which didn't really matter in the whole scheme of things. Vinny Testaverde and Brooks Bollinger shared time at quarterback for the Jets, combining for 234 yards passing. Testaverde and RB Curtis Martin both had 1-yard touchdown runs for the Jets in the losing effort.

  • 2005 Week 6: St. Louis Rams at Indianapolis Colts

    Indianapolis Colts 45, St. Louis Rams 28 In this offense-packed contest, the two teams combined for nine touchdowns, five rushing and four receiving. However, Peyton Manning was only 22 of 32 for 194 yards and two touchdowns. Indianapolis' Edgerrin James ran for 143 yards and three touchdowns, while the Rams' Stephen Jackson had 88 yards and one score.

  • 2005 Week 5: Pittsburgh Steelers at San Diego Chargers

    Pittsburgh Steelers 24, San Diego Chargers 22 A Jeff Reed 40-yard field goal with .06 seconds on the clock sealed the deal as the Pittsburgh Steelers improved to 3-1 on the season and the Chargers feel to 2-3. Steelers' QB Ben Roethlisberger opened the game with a 7-yard touchdown run, and later threw a 14-yard touchdown pass to TE Heath Miller. Nat Kaeding connected on three second half field goals, but it wasn't enough to take down the defending AFC North champions.

  • 2005 Week 4: Green Bay Packers at Carolina Panthers

    Carolina Panthers 32, Green Bay Packers 29 Green Bay QB Brett Favre went 28-for-47 for 303 yards, 4 touchdowns and one interception. However, this wasn't enough for the Super Bowl-champion quarterback to lead Green Bay (0-4) past Carolina (2-2). The Packers ran the ball nineteen times for a dismal 58 yards.

  • 2005 Week 3: Kansas City Chiefs at Denver Broncos

    Denver Broncos 30, Kansas City Chiefs 10 Denver (2-1) held the lead for the entire game. In fact, Kansas City (2-1) didn't even put a point on the board until 24 seconds left in the third quarter. Mike Anderson ran for 98 yards on 20 carries and a score as the Broncos handed the Chiefs their first loss in this young season.

  • 2005 Week 2: Washington Redskins at Dallas Cowboys

    Washington Redskins 14, Dallas Cowboys 13 Dallas (1-1) controlled this game through the first 56 minutes, but Washington (2-0), thanks to a couple Mark Brunell-to-Santana Moss touchdown hook-ups, toppled Dallas for the second time in their last 16 meetings.

  • 2005 Week 2: New York Giants at New Orleans Saints

    New York Giants 27, New Orleans Saints 10 The Giants (2-0) ran out of the gate with 14 points, a one-yard TD run by Brandon Jacobs and less than 10 minutes later a 6-yard pass from QB Eli Manning to RB Tiki Barber. Barber also added a TD run later in the game, and it all led to the Saints' (1-1) first defeat.

  • 2005 Week 1: Philadelphia Eagles at Atlanta Falcons

    Atlanta Falcons 14, Philadelphia Eagles 10 After a pre-game scuffle resulted in the ejection of two players, touchdown runs by QB Michael Vick and RB TJ Duckett led Atlanta (1-0) to a slim 4 point victory over their opponent in last season's NFC Championship Game, the Philadelphia Eagles (0-1).

  • 2005 Week 1: Oakland Raiders at New England Patriots