Who plays Monday Night Football tonight? | TV, time NFL Week 3
Week 3 of NFL football comes to an end tonight when the Philadelphia Eagles meet the Dallas Cowboys at Arlington, Texas, at the AT&T stadium.
As is tradition, Monday Night Football promises to be the most exciting game of the schedule. After an exhilarating weekend where the Packers won their game with a 51-yard field goal in the last play of the game to the 66-yard winning field goal by Justin Tucker, setting a new NFL record, where Baltimore beat the Panthers 19-17.
Monday Night Football for the Cowboys
This would be their chance to be 2-1 and have a winning record. In Dak, we trust, this is the Cowboys' mantra this season. The QB has been great for the team so far, and it seems his injuries are a thing of the past. Dallas will look to play up against an Eagles defense that has permitted just 11.5 points per game in two games and is tied for the best defense in the NFL.
For the Eagles
Philadelphia QB, Jalen Hurts, should have a great game against a Dallas defense that has been less than perfect. Hurts ran for 69 yards against them last season in the previous game, throwing for 342; he has averaged 72 rush yards per game so far this season.
What time is the NFL game tonight?
Monday, Sept. 27
Time: 8:15 p.m. ET
NFL Sunday Night Football: how to watch in the US
The 2021 NFL Week 3 clashes attract attention from all around the US, so make sure you know how to tune in to the live action.
Everyone wants some live football action from the NFL Network to CBS to Prime Video to NBC and many more. So to find out your best option here and get involved.
NFL Game pass
Outside the US, you can watch your chosen games live (or later tune in for delayed coverage) via the NFL's Game Pro Pass in a considerable number of territories. Check out the various available plans here.