Monday Night Football
Monday Night Football is touching down in San Francisco, and the televised matchup between the 49ers and the Chicago Bears was expected to bring in monster ratings – as football games tend to do.
Jay Cutler, the Bears’ starting quarterback, is already out for Monday night against the 49ers, a game which airs locally at 5:30 p.m. on CBS 5. And his San Francisco counterpart, Alex Smith, is set to join him on the sideline, CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason La Canfora confirms.
The San Francisco 49ers and Chicago Bears are two of the top teams in the NFC, but that’s with their respective starting quarterbacks.
In their fourth straight loss, the Philadelphia Eagles fell to the New Orleans Saints 28-13 Monday night. Eagles quarterback Michael Vick continued to struggle, throwing an early interception that led to a 99 yard Saints touchdown.
A double murder defendant has told a Martinez jury to convict him quickly so he can see “Monday Night Football” at the jailhouse.
The episode some are calling “Clueless in Seattle” makes it clear that the NFL’s lost its battle with its referees. The lockout has to end, and it has to end soon.
An apparent botched call by NFL replacement refs gave the Seattle Seahawks a last second 14-12 victory over the Green Bay Packers Monday night. “It can’t continue to go on this way,” said John Madden.
Management at the O.co Coliseum have implemented 132 airport-like metal detectors that fans have to walk through before entering the stadium.
The Oakland Raiders made two key changes at the top in an attempt to end a 10-season playoff drought. The San Diego Chargers hope that sticking with their beleaguered management will pay off this year.
Carson Palmer and the Oakland Raiders take on Phillip Rivers and the San Diego Chargers under the lights on Monday Night Football, and it looks to be a great matchup.