BUFFALO, N.Y. — monday night football returns to Buffalo. The Bills will host the Tennessee Titans on Monday, September 19 (7:15 pm ET on ESPN Deportes) for week two in what will be a rematch of one of the most interesting games ever.
The game will be part of a doubleheader where the Philadelphia Eagles will visit the Minnesota Vikings (8:30pm ET on ABC). It will be their first duel since 2019.
This will be the fifth straight season that the Bills and Titans will meet, where the Titans have been home to three of those games, including last season’s Monday Night Football. The two teams have shared wins in the last four games.
Tennessee came out with a tight 34-31 victory last season. The game culminated when Josh Allen attempted a quarterback sneak on fourth down and inches with less than 30 seconds left and he couldn’t get it.
The Bills allowed Derrick Henry to rush for 143 yards with 76 of those yards coming in the second quarter for a touchdown.
Buffalo will host a Monday Night Football for the third straight year following a 14-10 loss to the New England Patriots at home last year. The Bills haven’t hosted a Monday night home game in consecutive seasons since the 2009-13 and 2015-17 seasons.
The rest of the schedule will be announced on Thursday, May 12 at 8pm ET.