Is there a Monday Night Football game tonight?

The Divisional Round is over, and now there are only four teams remaining. Is there a Monday Night Football game tonight or do we need to wait until the weekend for more football?

Is there a Monday Night Football game tonight?

This past weekend, the Divisional Round saw a total of eight teams play each other. It all started on Saturday when the Los Angeles Rams traveled to Green Bay to take on the Packers. Aaron Rodgers and his offense were too much for the Rams defense with a banged up Aaron Donald. The connection between Rodgers and Davante Adams continues, and Green Bay won 32-18.

Saturday night we saw the Baltimore Ravens and the Buffalo Bills. In what most thought would be a high scoring affair, it was actually the defenses that shined. Buffalo was able to get the win 17-3, but it was against a backup QB for most of the second half. Lamar Jackson needed to leave the game with a concussion.

Sunday’s Divisional Round Games

The first game on Sunday was between the Cleveland Browns and Kansas City Chiefs. The game was more competitive than most thought it would be, but the big storyline here was the Patrick Mahomes injury. Kansas City came away with the 22-17 win, but they lost their star QB to a concussion. He is questionable next week. The Chiefs will have their rematch with the Bills, as the two teams met earlier this season (Week 6).

The final game of the weekend was between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the New Orleans Saints. In what was the battle of two Hall of Fame-worthy QBs, Tom Brady was able to get the win over Drew Brees. The Buccaneers’ defense stole the show, forcing Brees into throwing three interceptions in the game — the first time he had done so since 2017. Tampa Bay’s offense made just enough plays to sustain the victory.

Which teams are playing in the Conference Championship games?

With the Divisional Round of the 2020-2021 NFL Playoffs now complete, we know who is playing in the Conference Championship games. The storylines and subplots are tantalizing for the two contests. Let’s take a look at the matchups in the next round of the 2020-2021 NFL Playoffs and preview where and when you can catch these all-important games.

NFC Conference Championship Matchup

  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers (5) vs. Green Bay Packers (1)
  • Sunday, January 24th, 3:05 PM ET on FOX

AFC Conference Championship Matchup

  • Buffalo Bills (2) vs. Kansas City Chiefs (1)
  • Sunday, January 24th, 6:40 PM ET on CBS

Head Coach/General Manager & Underclassmen Tracker

The end of the regular season also means that we will likely see a plethora of coaching and general manager changes in the coming days. Make sure to keep up with all of the latest news and notes with our HC/GM tracker. With Anthony Lynn, Doug Marrone, and Adam Gase already being relieved of their duties, who else could be on the hot seat?

If you are also one of the unlucky teams that did not make the playoffs this year, you have probably started to look ahead to the 2021 NFL Draft. Make sure to bookmark our underclassmen tracker to stay up-to-date with who will be declaring and who will be returning to school.

Monday Night Football September Schedule

Monday, September 14: Steelers at Giants

Final Score: Steelers 26, Giants 16

Monday, September 14: Titans at Broncos

Final Score: Titans 16, Broncos 14

Monday, September 21: Saints at Raiders

Final Score: Saints 24, Raiders 34

Monday, September 28: Chiefs at Ravens

Final Score: Chiefs 34, Ravens 20

Monday Night Football October Schedule

Monday, October 5: Falcons at Packers

Final Score: Falcons 16, Packers 30

Monday, October 12: Chargers at Saints

Final Score: Chargers 27, Saints 30

Monday, October 19: Cardinals at Cowboys

Final Score: Cardinals 38, Cowboys 10

Monday, October 26: Bears at Rams

Final Score: Bears 10, Rams 24

Monday Night Football November Schedule

Monday, November 2: Buccaneers at Giants

Final Score: Buccaneers 25, Giants 23

Monday, November 9: Patriots at Jets

Final Score: Patriots 30, Jets 27

Monday, November 16: Vikings at Bears

Final Score: Vikings 19, Bears 13

Monday, November 23: Rams at Buccaneers

Final Score: Rams 27, Buccaneers 24

Monday, November 30: Seahawks at Eagles

Final Score: Seahawks 23, Eagles 17

Monday Night Football December Schedule

Monday, December 7: Bills at 49ers

Final Score: Bills 34, 49ers 24

Monday, December 14: Ravens at Browns

Final Score: Ravens 47, Browns 42

Monday, December 21: Steelers at Bengals

Final Score: Steelers 27, Bengals 17

Monday, December 28: Bills at Patriots

Final Score: Bills 38, Patriots 9

Ryan Gosling is the Chief Written Content Officer for Pro Football Network. Follow him on Twitter @ryangoslingPFN.