Monday Night Football: Fantasy Picks| With Peyton and Eli

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ESPN Monday Night Football (abbreviated as MNF) is a live television broadcast of weekly National Football League (NFL) games on ESPN in the United States. It is also known as ESPN Monday Night Football on ABC during occasional live special broadcasts. We will discuss about Monday Night Football: Fantasy Picks| With Peyton and Eli.

Monday Night Football: Fantasy Picks| With Peyton and Eli

ESPN Monday Night Football
ESPN NFL Logo.jpeg
Current show logo (2019–present)
Genre NFL game telecasts
Created by Roone Arledge
Directed by Chet Forte (1970–1986)
Larry Kamm (1987)
Craig Janoff (1988–1999)
Drew Esocoff (2000–2005)
Chip Dean (2006–2018)
Jimmy Platt (2019–present)
Presented by Commentators:
Steve Levy
Brian Griese
Louis Riddick
Reporters:
Lisa Salters (sideline)
Michelle Beisner-Buck (feature)
Rules Analyst:
John Parry
Opening theme “Score” by Bob’s Band (1970–1975)
“All My Rowdy Friends Are Here on Monday Night” by Hank Williams, Jr. (1989–2011; 2017–2019)
“Heavy Action” by Johnny Pearson (1976–1988; 2011–2016) (used as secondary theme from 1989–2011 and again from 2017–present)
“Rip It Up” by Little Richard feat. Butcher Brown (2020-present)
Country of origin United States
No. of seasons 50 (NFL seasons)
No. of episodes 718 (games)
Production
Executive producer Norby Williamson (2006–present)
Producers Roger Lewin
Jay Rothman
Lisa Salters
Suzy Kolber (uncredited; 2006–present)
Production locations Various NFL stadiums (game telecasts)
ESPN Studios, South Street Seaport, New York City (studio segments)[1]
Camera setup Multi-camera
Running time 3–4 hours
Production companies National Football League
ABC Sports (1970–2005)
ESPN (2006–present)
Release
Original network ABC (1970–2005; 2016–present[a])
ESPN (2006–present)
ESPN+ (2022–present[b])
Picture format NTSC (1970–2010)
HDTV 720p (2006–present)
Original release September 21, 1970 –
present
Chronology
Related shows Monday Night Countdown

TSN and RDS in Canada, as well as most of Europe, carry Monday Night Football. The NFL announced on September 7, 2013, that for the 2013 and 2014 seasons, British Eurosport would broadcast Monday Night Football games live in the United Kingdom.

Monday Night Football was one of the longest-running prime-time shows on commercial network television, along with Hallmark Hall of Fame and the Walt Disney anthology television series, and one of the highest-rated, particularly among male viewers. Monday Night Countdown airs before Monday Night Football.

Fantasy Picks

Monday Night Football

 

Net Worth: $30 Million
Salary: $6 Million
Date of Birth: Nov 12, 1944 (76 years old)
Gender: Male
Profession: Journalist, Sports commentator, Commentator, Announcer, Actor, Voice Actor
Nationality: United States of America

With a Monday Night Football clash in Vegas, the Ravens and Raiders wrapped up Week 1 in style. This game has a 52-point over/under and the Ravens are 5.5-point favourites, which means there are plenty of viable options for DraftKings Showdown teams.

While the majority of NFL DFS players will be focused on the Baltimore offensive, we believe Vegas has some fascinating options as well. Last season, the Raiders were ranked 10th in scoring offence.

Baltimore has had a rough preseason, losing three of its top four running backs to season-ending injuries and first-round WR Rashod Bateman (core) for at least three games.

Expect additional pressure to be placed on Lamar Jackson’s shoulders, and the offence to rely on its bread and butter. Making Jackson your captain necessitates roster compromises, but it’s a risk worth taking.

With Peyton and Eli

Monday Night Football

 

Peyton and Eli Manning will not be announcing 10 games on ESPN2 this season as a replacement for the main ESPN broadcast, which will be called by Steve Levy, Louis Riddick, and Brian Grise. The brothers’ job is to present a different option, which they did admirably last night in the Raiders’ 33–27 overtime victory over the Ravens.

When it was simply Peyton and Eli talking about what they were seeing on the screen, the broadcast was at its most comfortable and attractive.

But that’s the beauty of the Peyton-Eli Show—there it’s to provide a different experience, and it’ll come in handy when the Monday Night Football game is boring, which, sadly for the Worldwide Leader, happens very frequently.

The SI Media Podcast for this week was released early this week. Jimmy Kimmel, who is an executive producer of ESPN’s latest 30 for 30 documentary, “Once Upon a Time in Queens,” has a brand-new episode available for your listening enjoyment.

 

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