Full Monday Night Football schedule for the 2024 NFL season

Here's your full calendar for each Monday Night Football game on the docket for 2024.
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Monday Night Football will open up in 2024 with a high-profile game between the Jets and 49ers, but what about the rest of the Monday night games?

Admit it. As soon as you think Monday Night Football, you've got that catchy "bum bum bum buuum" song stuck in your head.

Go ahead, hum it out for a little bit. It's OK.

For 17 out of the 18 weeks on the NFL's 2024 regular-season schedule, ESPN announcers Joe Buck and Troy Aikman will welcome fans to the final game of the week in a marquee primetime showdown.

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And, hopefully, the games will be exceptionally entertaining. Based on the matchups scheduled for each Monday night this year, they should be, particularly for San Francisco 49ers fans who'll watch their team open up against quarterback Aaron Rodgers and the visiting New York Jets to close out Week 1.

Let's take a look at the full 17-week Monday Night Football schedule, shall we?

Monday Night Football schedule for 2024

  • Week 1: Sept. 9 – New York Jets @ San Francisco 49ers
  • Week 2: Sept. 16 – Atlanta Falcons @ Philadelphia Eagles
  • Week 3: Sept. 23 – Jacksonville Jaguars @ Buffalo Bills
  • Week 4: Sept. 30 – Tennesee Titans @ Miami Dolphins
  • Week 5: Oct. 7 – New Orleans Saints @ Kansas City Chiefs
  • Week 6: Oct. 14 – New York Jets @ Buffalo Bills
  • Week 7: Oct. 21 – Baltimore Ravens @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  • Week 8: Oct. 28 – New York Giants @ Pittsburgh Steelers
  • Week 9: Nov. 4 – Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ Kansas City Chiefs
  • Week 10: Nov. 11 – Miami Dolphins @ Los Angeles Rams
  • Week 11: Nov. 18 – Houston Texans @ Dallas Cowboys
  • Week 12: Nov. 25 – Baltimore Ravens @ Los Angeles Chargers
  • Week 13: Dec. 2 – Cleveland Browns @ Denver Broncos
  • Week 14: Dec. 9 – Cincinnati Bengals @ Dallas Cowboys
  • Week 15: Dec. 16 – Atlanta Falcons @ Las Vegas Raiders
  • Week 16: Dec. 23 – Pittsburgh Steelers @ Baltimore Ravens
  • Week 17: Dec. 30 – Detroit Lions @ San Francisco 49ers

Not only do the Niners kick off Monday Night Football in Week 1, but they'll also close it out with a rematch of last year's NFC Championship game against the Detroit Lions.

Also, for those who are wondering, no Monday night games are played in Week 18 so that playoff-bound teams aren't cheated out of a day for the preparation for the following week's Wild Card round.

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