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Monday Night Football is huge part of any NFL Football season, which is why we have brought you the 2009 Monday Night Football Schedule, so that you can preview the games, ahead of time. We, at USA Players, understand how much NFL fans look forward to Monday Night football games all season long. That's why we have designed this Monday Night football schedule preview, located in our NFL section. In this preview is a list of every 2009 Monday Night Football game, and a quick preview of the match up in each week. Don't wait to find out who is playing on Monday in Week 12, check out our Monday Night football schedule preview, and prepare for each match up weeks in advance. Our NFL section is designed to provide sportsbook players all the resources necessary to gain an advantage during the 2009 NFL Season.
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2009 NFL Playoff Schedule
Though the 2009 Monday Night Football Season has ended, the game of the week is now held on the weekends in the form of the 2009 NFL Playoffs. You've got 2 games on Wildcard Saturday, 2 on Wildcard Sunday, 2 on Saturday and Sunday of the Divisional rounds, and 2 Sunday games on Conference Championship weekend. All this leads up the to big game, Super Bowl XLIV.
|1/9/2010 - New York Jets 24 vs. Cincinnati Bengals 14 Final|
|1/9/2010 - Philadelphia Eagles 14 vs. Dallas Cowboys 34 Final|
|1/10/2010 - Baltimore Ravens 33 vs. New England Patriots 14 Final|
|1/10/2010 - Green Bay Packers 45 vs. Arizona Cardinals 51 F/OT|
|1/16/2010 - Arizona Cardinals 14 vs. New Orleans Saints 45 Final|
|1/16/2010 - Baltimore Ravens 3 vs. Indianapolis Colts 20 Final|
|1/17/2010 - Dallas Cowboys 3 vs. Minnesota Vikings 34 Final|
|1/17/2010 - New York Jets 17 vs. San Diego Chargers 14 Final|
|1/24/2010 @ 3:00PM - New York Jets vs. Indianapolis Colts|
|1/24/2010 @ 6:40PM - Minnesota Vikings vs. New Orleans Saints|
|Super Bowl XLIV|
|2/7/2010 @ 6:00PM - NFC Champion vs. AFC Champion|
September 14, 2009 - 7:00 pm - Buffalo Bills @ New England Patriots
This is the first game on the 2009 MNF Schedule, and for good reason, as fans for both teams are waiting to see two players return to the football field. The New England patriots lost quarterback Tom Brady in the first game of the season last year with an injury, and now Patriots fans get to see him throw the football down the field once again. Bills fans are excited to have wide receiver Terrell Owens on the team for the first time, and he should add big play ability to the run first offense. These two teams play each other again in week 15.
Sept. 14, 2009 - 10:15 pm - San Diego Chargers @ Oakland Raiders
The San Diego Chargers get to display their high powered offense in the second Monday Night football game of the season against the rebuilding Oakland Raiders. The Raiders are 0-10 against the Chargers in their last 10 meetings, and this could be a perfect chance for this young core of players to prove to the league they can play football in the NFL. These two teams play against each other again in week 8.
September 21, 2009 - 8:30 pm - Indianapolis Colts @ Miami Dolphins
The Indianapolis Colts take a trip to sunny Miami, for a week 2 Monday Night match up against the Miami Dolphins. These two team last played against each other in week 17 of the 2006 NFL regular season, and the Colts won that game 27-22. The Colts are the same team since that season, however the Dolphins have changed much since that game in 2007. The Colts defense will find out if they can stop the running game, when the Miami Dolphins implement the wild cat offense.
September 28, 2009 - 8:30 pm - Carolina Panthers @ Dallas Cowboys
The Carolina Panthers won the NFC South division last season, and the Dallas Cowboys lost a chance at a playoff birth, with a loss in the last game of the season. This is the first NFC Monday Night football match up of the year, and in this game two of the NFL's top offensive teams will try to out score each other to claim a victory. These two teams played each other in week 16 of the 2007 season, and the Dallas Cowboys won 20-13.
October 5, 2009 - 8:30 pm - Green Bay Packers @ Minnesota Vikings
The Green bay packers and the Minnesota Vikings square off in a division battle, on the fourth Monday Night football game of the year. The Vikings won the division last season, and Packers fans are wondering if this will be the year, the Packers start winning the division once again. This is only the third division match up on Monday Night football so far, and these two teams will play each other again in Week 8.
October 12, 2009 - 8:30 pm - New York Jets @ Miami Dolphins
The Division rivalries just keep on coming for our fifth Monday Night football match up of the 2009 season. The Dolphins look to prove last years 11-5 record was no fluke, and the Jets are hoping rookie quarterback, Mark Sanchez can get a feel for the NFL early. If this game is not up to your standards, tune in again in week 8, as these two teams will play each other again.
October 19, 2009 - 8:30 pm - Denver Broncos @ San Diego Chargers
The San Diego Chargers get their second Monday Night football game of the year in week 6. This game is in San Diego and new head coach of the Denver Broncos, Josh McDaniels, will get his first chance at a win against his new biggest rival. This is another division match up, and these two teams will get a chance to play each other again in week 11.
October 26, 2009 - 8:30 pm - Philadelphia Eagles @ Washington Redskins Week 7 of the 2009 NFL football season brings us another division battle, this time in the NFC east. The Philadelphia Eagles will look to throw the football early and often in this match up, and the Washington Redskins will try to run the ball as much as possible. Again since this game is a division game these two teams will play each other again in week 12.
November 02, 2009 - 8:30 pm - Atlanta Falcons @ New Orleans Saints
It's back-to-back NFC conference Monday Night football games, for all of you NFC fans. The Atlanta Falcons will try to exploit the New Orleans Saints defense, with the run attack of Michael Turner, and the New Orleans Saints will take it to the air, as they always do. Both these teams have lackluster defenses so, it should be a high scoring affair.
November 09, 2009 - 8:30 pm - Pittsburgh Steelers @ Denver Broncos
New head coach of the Denver Broncos, Josh McDaniels, will display his offense against arguably the leagues best defense in the Pittsburgh Steelers. It is the second Monday night football game for the Broncos, and Josh McDaniels will be on prime time in front of the rest of the NFL.
November 16, 2009 - 8:30 pm - Baltimore Ravens @ Cleveland Browns
The Baltimore Ravens get their first Monday Night football game of the 2009 NFL football season in week 10. It comes against a familiar opponent in the Cleveland Browns, and the 2009 Monday Night football season schedule is obviously filled with division match ups. The Browns will have to play quality football to pull off a win against the Baltimore Ravens defense.
November 23, 2009 - 8:30 pm - Tennessee Titans @ Houston Texans
Week 11, brings us another division match up, this time from the AFC South. The Tennessee Titans won the division last year, but the Houston Texans did win a game against the Titans last season in week 15, one of only three losses on the season for the Titans. Houston can prove to the division they are a team to be reckon with, with a win in this match up.
Nov. 30, 2009 - 8:30 pm - New England Patriots @ New Orleans Saints
It's a battle of the NEW cities in week 12, as the New England Patriots take their high powered offense to the Super Dome, in a game against the New Orleans Saints. Both of these teams rely on their offense to out score opponents and win games. Expect this game to come down to the wire, and their should be tons of touchdown dances in this game.
December 7, 2009 - 8:30 pm - Baltimore Ravens @ Green Bay Packers
The Baltimore Ravens get their second Monday Night football game on the road. This game comes against an NFC opponent, in the Green Bay Packers, And it should be a good match up. The Ravens play good defense and Aaron Rogers will have to find away to exploit that defense to pull off a victory at home. The Packers will have the home field advantage in cold December in this game.
December 14, 2009 - 8:30 pm - Arizona Cardinals @ San Francisco 49ers Week 14 takes us back to the west coast, and back to a division match up, when the Cardinals travel to San Fran for a battle against the 49ers. New head coach mike Singletary will have his defense put to the test, against the Arizona Cardinals high octane passing offense.
December 21, 2009 - 8:30 pm - New York Giants @ Washington Redskins The New York Giants get their first Monday Night football game of the season, on the road, in week 15 against the Washington Redskins. The Giants won both games last season in 2008, and the redskins made plenty of moves during the off season to avoid losing twice this year. The first meeting between these two teams took place in week 1.
December 28, 2009 - 8:30 pm - Minnesota Vikings @ Chicago Bears
It's the last Monday Night football game of the season, and this game may decide the fates of both of these two teams. The Vikings won the NFC North last season, and these two teams both won match ups against each other at home. Both teams rely on defense to win football games, so this should be a hard hitting battle on the last Monday Night football game of the 2009 NFL football season.