For the second week in a row, prime time is Geno’s time for the Seahawks.
Seattle will return home after a loss to the Steelers in hopes of getting back on the winning track against the Saints. New Orleans is coming off a bye week and sits at 3-2 on the season. They have alternated wins and losses throughout the season, so they hope to create their first winning streak of the James Winston era.
The last time the Seahawks faced the Saints, New Orleans was the team with the injured quarterback. Drew Brees missed the game, so Teddy Bridgewater faced Russell Wilson.
This time around, the Seahawks won’t be counting on Wilson as he deals with a finger injury. So Geno Smith will face Winston as he looks to get his first start win since 2016.
Here’s everything you need to know to watch the Saints take on the Seahawks on “Monday Night Football” tonight.
What time is the NFL game tonight?
- Date: Monday, October 25
- Weather8:15 pm ET
“Monday Night Football” will begin at 8:15 pm ET. Every Monday night game in 2021 is scheduled to start at that time.
What channel is “Monday Night Football” on tonight?
ESPN will air “Monday Night Football” in week 6. Steve Levy will handle play-by-play with Brian Griese and Louis Riddick as analysts. Lisa Salters will serve as the game’s side reporter.
Additionally, “Monday Night Football with Peyton and Eli” will return for the first time since Week 3. Peyton and Eli Manning will host the “ManningCast” along with guests as they watch and discuss the game together. That will be available to watch on ESPN2.
Streamers will be able to watch the game through Watch ESPN, the ESPN app or using fuboTV, which comes with a seven day free trial.
Meanwhile, viewers in Canada can watch the game on DAZN. free with a 30-day trial.
Live NFL broadcast for ‘Monday Night Football’
Because “Monday Night Football” airs on ESPN, it will be available to broadcast live on all team digital platforms (ESPN.com, ESPN App, etc.). This will be the easiest way for cable or satellite viewers to watch the game.
Cable cutters also have many options with which they can stream “Monday Night Football” during the 2021 NFL season.
2021 New Orleans Saints Schedule
|1||September 12||against packers||4:25 pm ET||Fox|
|2||September 19th||in Panthers||1 p. M.||Fox|
|3||September 26||in Patriots||1 p. M.||Fox|
|4||October 3||against giants||1 p. M.||Fox|
|5||October 10th||in WFT||1 p. M.||CBS|
|6||October the 17th||Bye||–||–|
|7||October 25||in Seahawks||8:15 pm||ESPN|
|8||31 October||vs. Bucs||4:25 pm||Fox|
|9||November 7||against hawks||1 p. M.||Fox|
|10||November 14th||into titans||1 p. M.||CBS|
|eleven||November 21||in Eagles||1 p. M.||Fox|
|12||November 25||against invoices||8:20 pm||NBC|
|13||December 2nd||against cowboys||8:20 pm||Fox / NFLN / Amazon|
|14||December 12th||in Jets||1 p. M.||Fox|
|fifteen||Decembre 19th||in Bucs||8:20 pm||NBC|
|sixteen||December 27||against dolphins||8:15 pm||ESPN|
|17||January 2||against panthers||1 p. M.||Fox|
|18||January 9th||in Falcons||1 p. M.||Fox|
2021 Seattle Seahawks Schedule
|1||September 12||in Colts||1 pm ET||Fox|
|2||September 19th||against titans||4:25 pm ET||CBS|
|3||September 26||in the vikings||4:25 pm ET||Fox|
|4||October 3||in 49ers||4:05 pm ET||Fox|
|5||October 7 (Thursday)||against the rams||8:20 pm ET||Fox / NFLN / Amazon|
|6||October the 17th||on Steelers||8:20 pm ET||NBC|
|7||October 25 (Monday)||vs saints||8:15 pm||ESPN|
|8||31 October||against jaguars||4:05 pm ET||CBS|
|10||November 14th||in Packers||4:25 pm ET||CBS|
|eleven||November 21||against cardinals||4:25 pm ET||Fox|
|12||November 29 (Monday)||in Washington||8:15 pm ET||ESPN|
|13||December 5th||against 49ers||8:20 pm ET||NBC|
|14||December 12th||Texans||1 pm ET||Fox|
|fifteen||Decembre 19th||in Rams||4:25 pm ET||Fox|
|sixteen||December 26||against bears||4:05 pm ET||Fox|
|17||January 2||against lions||4:25 pm ET||Fox|
|18||January 9th||in the cardinals||4:25 pm ET||Fox|
Monday Night Football 2021 schedule
There will be 17 “Monday Night Football” games in 2021, although there is no doubleheader. That’s because the season has been extended to 17 games over 18 weeks. There will be no “Monday night football” during week 18; all games will be played on Sunday.
|Week 1||September 13th||Las Vegas Raiders vs. Baltimore Ravens|
|Week 2||September 20||Green Bay Packers vs. Detroit Lions|
|Week 3||September 27th||Dallas Cowboys vs. Philadelphia Eagles|
|Week 4||4th of October||Los Angeles Chargers vs. Las Vegas Raiders|
|Week 5||October 11th||Baltimore Ravens vs. Indianapolis Colts|
|Week 6||October 18||Tennessee Titans vs. Buffalo Bills|
|Week 7||October 25||Seattle Seahawks vs. New Orleans Saints|
|Week 8||November 1st||Kansas City Chiefs vs. New York Giants|
|Week 9||November 8th||Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Chicago Bears|
|Week 10||November 15||San Francisco 49ers vs. Los Angeles Rams|
|Week 11||November 22th||Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. New York Giants|
|Week 12||November 29th||Washington soccer team vs. Seattle Seahawks|
|Week 13||6th of December||Buffalo Bills vs. New England Patriots|
|Week 14||December 13th||Arizona Cardinals vs. Los Angeles Rams|
|Week 15||December 20th||Chicago Bears vs. Minnesota Vikings|
|Week 16||December 27||New Orleans Saints vs. Miami Dolphins|
|Week 17||January 3||Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cleveland Browns|
Eddie is an Australian news reporter with over 9 years in the industry and has published on Forbes and tech crunch.