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San Francisco 20 – Pittsburgh 3
A gimpy Ben Roethlisberger committed four turnovers, and the San Francisco 49ers beat the Pittsburgh Steelers 20-3 on Monday night. The game was delayed twice due to power outages at San Francisco’s Candlestick Park.The first p
Seattle 30 – St. Louis 13
Rookie Doug Baldwin blocked a punt and caught a touchdown pass, and the Seattle Seahawks beat the St. Louis Rams 30-13 on “Monday Night Football.” Seattle (6-7) remains alive in the race for an NFC wild-card playoff spot as a result of the victory.
Jay Cutler threw a 5-yard go-ahead touchdown pass to Earl Bennett early in the fourth quarter, and the Chicago Bears held on to beat the Philadelphia Eagles 30-24 on Monday night .
Cutler completed all four of his pass attempts for 47 yards on the go-ahead drive, including the scoring toss to Bennett
Maurice Jones-Drew ran for 105 yards, and Josh Scobee’s four field goals led the Jacksonville Jaguars past the Ravens 12-7 on Monday Night Football. The Jacksonville running game, led by Drew, helped the Jaguars (2-5) control the ball and the clock. Jack
Darrelle Revis had two interceptions, including one he returned 100 yards for a touchdown, to lead the New York Jets past the Miami Dolphins, 24-6, on ‘Monday Night Football.’
Quarterback Mark Sanchez, who threw for one score and ran for another to lead the Jets offense, finished with 201 yards passing, highlighted by a 38-yard touchdown toss to Santonio Holmes with 11:50 left in the fourth quarte
On Monday, after Hank Williams Jr. appeared on Fox News and compared President Obama and House Speaker John A. Boehner’s recent golf outing to “Hitler playing golf with Netanyahu,” ESPN pulled Williams’ classic opening theme from that night’s airing of ‘Monday Night Football.’
‘All My Rowdy Friends Are Here on Monday Night,’ which includes the catchphrase, “Are you ready for some football?,” had
It may not do anything to save his long-running gig as the musical kickoff for ‘Monday Night Football,’ but Hank Williams, Jr. has issued a personal statement in response to the brouhaha that erupted after his recent appearance on ‘Fox and Friends.’
Williams, who compared a golf match between President Obama and Republican House Speaker John Boehner to “Hitler playing golf with Netanyahu,” attemp