ESPN pays a ton of money to broadcast Monday Night Football games.  I know they can’t all be winners but this year has seen more than a few dogs. 

The Jacksonville Jaguars have hosted two games.  Peyton Manning getting hurt killed the Colts relevance but they couldn’t be moved.  Last night may have been the worst as the Seattle Seahawks hosted the St Louis Rams.  The Seahawks won the game 30-13 and I guess we should be thankful that the game was in Seattle because the Seahawks are a different team at home.  The Rams are atrocious.  Sam Bradford doesn’t look like the guy who was a lock franchise QB. 

All of that garbage and the Baltimore Ravens can’t host a Monday Night Football game???

Comments (3)
  1. daerco says:

    I think the problem is we don’t have a problem selling out every Sunday for our home games, however it would be great to see a home Monday night game in Baltimore.

  2. eric says:

    Bisciotti has whined about this constantly and says it’s a lock we get one in 2012. I don’t see it as a reward. sun night games are now the marquee time slot IMO.

  3. J-Co says:

    don’t see how playing a primetime game puts the team in any better position to win football games….

    as a fan, I’d rather watch on Sunday at 1pm so that I don’t have to stay up late on a work night…

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