The NFL normally plays backup to no one -- but Monday night ESPN's "Monday Night Football" had to compete with the first presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, and it took a big hit as a result, bringing in the …
Monday Night Football celebrated its 45th anniversary this week. In honor of the greatest television show in sports history hitting another birthday divisible by five, FTW ranked all the announcers who’ve ever sat in the hallowed booth for …
Following its return last week, “Monday Night Football” led the Monday cable ratings once again on ESPN. The network’s broadcast of the Lions vs New York Giants scored a 4.3 rating in adults 18-49, one-tenth higher than the 4.2 …
ESPN is struggling, losing subscribers, cutting talent and facing the harsh realities of sports media in 2017. A possible solution? Bailing on America's most popular sport. According to a column from the well-informed (he literally wrote the …
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... will debut a new version of "All My Rowdy Friends," featuring its "Are you ready for some football?" catchphrase, before the first Monday night game of the season, between the New Orleans Saints and Minnesota Vikings?in Minneapolis …
It’s a big night for the Seahawks, and for one of Russell Wilson’s biggest fans from ESPN. With the sports world watching the Seahawks on Monday Night Football, Quarterback Russell Wilson will get the start. ESPN color commentator …
ESPN's “Monday Night Football” suffered its 4th-lowest rating ever on ESPN for its matchup between the Miami Dolphins and Carolina Panthers. The game drew a 6.2 rating in metered markets, which was an 18-percent drop from the week …
NEW YORK– One of the ESPN’s long-serving sportcasters is leaving. Mike Tirico, the current play-by-play announcer of “Monday Night Football,” is headed to NBC, an industry source confirmed to CNNMoney on Monday. Tirico, who has …
It’s been another down year in the ratings for the NFL. The league’s juicy primetime matchups are dipping across the board, most notably NBC’s Sunday Night Football. While ESPN’s Monday Night Football saw a bump in last …
Monday Night football is dead in the water and has to disappear off the rugby league scene. I don’t care how good the viewer ratings are for the TV stations, the bottom line is the fans are not turning up. It isn’t good enough for the best …