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Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Comparing The 2014 Sunday And Monday Night Football Schedules



Growing up watching Al Michaels, Frank Gifford and Dan Dierdorf call ABC’s Monday Night Football games, it would be must-see television as the game of the week.
Fast-forward to 2014 and we live in a world where NBC’s Sunday Night Football is the premiere primetime game, while Monday Night Football, now on ESPN has become a de-facto second tier option in terms of the quality of games.
Flex scheduling is the advantage SNF has over MNF and its top tier team of Al Michaels and Cris Collinsworth is arguably the best in the industry today.
With the 2014 National Football League season on the horizon, I figured I would compare both primetime games from weeks 1-16 and see on paper which one is the more attractive matchup.
Key: Bold= Most Attractive Matchup
Week 1:
Indianapolis/Denver (SNF)
NY Giants/Detroit (MNF)

Week 2:
Chicago/San Francisco (SNF)
Philadelphia/Indy (MNF)

Week 3:
Pittsburgh/Carolina (SNF)
CHI/NY Jets (MNF)

Week 4:
New Orleans/Dallas (SNF)
New England/Kansas City (MNF)

Week 5:
Cincinnati/New England (SNF)
Seattle/Washington (MNF)

Week 6:
NYG/PHI (SNF)
SF/St. Louis (MNF)

Week 7:
SF/DEN (SNF)
Houston/PIT (MNF)

Week 8:
GB/NO (SNF)
WSH/DAL (MNF)

Week 9:
BAL/PIT (SNF)
IND/NYG (MNF)

Week 10:
CHI/GB (SNF)
CAR/PHI (MNF)

Week 11:
NE/IND (SNF)
PIT/Tennessee (MNF)

Week 12:
DAL/NYG (SNF)
BAL/NO (MNF)

Week 13:
DEN/KC (SNF)
MIA/NYJ (MNF)

Week 14:
NE/SD (SNF)
ATL/GB (MNF)

Week 15:
DAL/PHI (SNF)
NO/CHI (MNF)

Week 16:
SEA/Arizona (SNF)
DEN/CIN (MNF)

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