Monday Night Football Week #1 Live-Blog(s) Preview(s)

Monday, September 10, 2007

We're kicking off the Monday Night Football Season with two...count 'em two live-blogs tonight, and I don't think I'll ever be the same after this. Hopefully you can stick around for the whole shebang, but if not I'll be glad you stopped by anyway.

Added Bonus: I'll be stepping away from the live-blog duties around 9pm for an appearance on ESPN 710's The Big Show With Steve Mason & John Ireland. The show is based out of L.A. and I'll probably just talk about the stuff you've already read this week, but feel free to listen along.

Click Here to Listen Live at 9pm.

Here's what you need to know for the games tonight.....

Baltimore Ravens at Cincinnati Bengals:

Spread:
Bengals by 3, O/U 40
Where: Paul Brown Stadium, Cincy
When:
7pm
Weather:
Tonight, Partly Cloudy Low of 64 Degrees

Arizona Cardinals at San Francisco 49ers:

Spread:
9ers by 3, O/U 46
Where: Bill Walsh Field, San Fran
When:
10:15pm
Weather:
Tonight, Mostly Clear Low of 57 Degrees

MNF Programming Details.....

- First and foremost.....No In-booth guest!!!
- 1st Game Announcers: Tirico, Jaws, Tony K/2nd Game Announcers: Mike & Mike & Mike (Ditka)
- Chad Johnson is promising a hilarious celebration that involves prop(s)
- A PTI Segment at halftime
- Fan Videos
- And something called "a virtual lineup scrimmage”

AA's Predictions: Baltimore 20 - Cincy 16, San Fran 27 - Arizona 21

Leave your predictions in the comments and I'll see you around 7pm folks!

Click Here For The 1st Quarter Action

Posted by Awful Announcing- at 4:10 PM

5 Comments:

Bengals 16, Ravens 13
Cardinals 30, 49ers 23

GMoney said...
Sep 10, 2007, 4:53:00 PM  

Ravens: 24
Bungles: 10

49ers: 35
Cardenhunts: 17

hollywood wags said...
Sep 10, 2007, 5:16:00 PM  

Ravens -10, Bengals 14

Sep 10, 2007, 5:20:00 PM  

bunguls 17, ravens 14

niners 27, buzzsaw 20

odessasteps said...
Sep 10, 2007, 5:29:00 PM  

Hey, listened to the show. Nice segment you had there.

The Mike Patrick/Joe Pa/Tomatoes thing takes the cake.

What about Musberger's "Hippies in the Oak Trees?" Seriously, he mentioned hippies about 15 times during that broadcast, or so it seemed....

Eric said...
Sep 10, 2007, 9:18:00 PM  

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