The NFL released the 2016 regular season schedule Thursday night, and fans and players alike still check for Monday Night Football games when scanning the schedule.
There are some good ones. The Steelers play the Redskins and the Rams play the 49ers in the Week One doubleheader, and the Week Three Falcons-Saints game in New Orleans marks the 10-year anniversary of the reopening of the Superdome after Hurricane Katrina.
Brock Osweiler’s return to Denver comes in Week Seven as the Texans play the Broncos. The Texans also play the Raiders in Mexico City on Nov. 21.
The complete Monday Night Football schedule is below…
Week One: Steelers at Redskins, Rams at 49ers
Week Two: Eagles at Bears
Week Three: Falcons at Saints
Week Four: Giants at Vikings
Week Five: Buccaneers at Panthers
Week Six: Jets at Cardinals
Week Seven: Texans at Broncos
Week Eight: Vikings at Bears
Week Nine: Bills at Seahawks
Week 10: Bengals at Giants
Week 11: Raiders vs. Texans in Mexico City
Week 12: Packers at Eagles
Week 13: Colts at Jets
Week 14: Ravens at Patriots
Week 15: Panthers at Redskins
Week 16: Lions at Cowboys
There’s no Monday Night Football game in Week 17.