The San Francisco 49ers will host the Minnesota Vikings and the new-look Philadelphia Eagles will travel to Atlanta on Sept. 14 as part of a double-header kicking off the Monday Night Football season, the NFL announced Monday.
The Eagles will also appear on Monday night in Week 6, at home against division rival the New York Giants. Philadelphia is one of five NFL teams with multiple games on Monday in the 2015 season, along with the Indianapolis Colts, the San Diego Chargers, the Baltimore Ravens and the Detroit Lions.
In Week 11, Buffalo Bills will play in their first Monday Night Football game since the 2009 season. They'll travel to Foxboro, Mass., to take on the Patriots.
The following week, the Cleveland Browns will host their first Monday Night Football game since the 2009 season, as well, and will take on Baltimore.
The Miami Dolphins will make an NFL record 82nd appearance on Monday Night Football when they host the New York Giants in Week 14.
(all games at 8:30 p.m. EST on ESPN, unless otherwise noted)
Sept. 14: Philadelphia Eagles at Atlanta Falcons, 7:10 p.m. EST
Sept. 14: Minnesota Vikings at San Francisco 49ers, 10:20 p.m. EST
Sept. 21: New York Jets at Indianapolis Colts
Oct. 5: Detroit Lions at Seattle Seahawks
Oct. 12: Pittsburgh Steelers at San Diego Chargers
Oct. 19: New York Giants at Philadelphia Eagles
Oct. 26: Baltimore Ravens at Arizona Cardinals
Nov. 2: Indianapolis Colts at Carolina Panthers
Nov. 9: Chicago Bears at San Diego Chargers
Nov. 16: Houston Texans at Cincinnati Bengals
Nov. 23: Buffalo Bills at New England Patriots
Nov. 30: Baltimore Ravens at Cleveland Browns
Dec. 7: Dallas Cowboys at Washington Redskins
Dec. 14: New York Giants at Miami Dolphins
Dec. 21: Detroit Lions at New Orleans Saints
Dec. 28: Cincinnati Bengals at Denver Broncos