Here is the full 2024 NFL primetime schedule for Monday Night Football

Here is the full slate of Monday Night Football games for the 2024 NFL season.
ESPN/ABC Monday Night Football commentators Joe Buck, left, and Troy Aikman before the Detroit Lions
ESPN/ABC Monday Night Football commentators Joe Buck, left, and Troy Aikman before the Detroit Lions / Kirthmon F. Dozier / USA TODAY NETWORK

Joe Buck and Troy Aikman are back for their second season calling Monday Night Football on ESPN and they have another strong slate of games on their plate for 2024, starting with Aaron Rodgers' return and ending with a rematch of the 2023 NFC Championship Game in San Francisco.

This year, the Dallas Cowboys have a pair of Monday Night Football games: they host the Houston Texans in Week 11 and the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 14.

Here is the full Monday Night Football schedule for the 2024 season.

RELATED: Dallas Cowboys' 2024 primetime schedule

Week 1 - New York Jets at San Francisco 49ers
Week 2 - Atlanta Falcons at Philadelphia Eagles
Week 3 - Jacksonville Jaguars at Buffalo Bills / Washington Commanders at Cincinnati Bengals
Week 4 - Tennessee Titans at Miami Dolphins / Seattle Seahawks at Detroit Lions
Week 5 - New Orleans Saints at Kansas City Chiefs
Week 6 - Buffalo Bills at New York Jets
Week 7 - Baltimore Ravens at Tampa Bay Buccaneers / Los Angeles Chargers at Arizona Cardinals
Week 8 - New York Giants at Pittsburgh Steelers
Week 9 - Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Kansas City Chiefs
Week 10 - Miami Dolphins at Los Angeles Rams
Week 11 - Houston Texans at Dallas Cowboys
Week 12 - Baltimore Ravens at Los Angeles Chargers
Week 13 - Cleveland Browns at Denver Broncos
Week 14 - Cincinnati Bengals at Dallas Cowboys
Week 15 - Chicago Bears at Minnesota Vikings / Atlanta Falcons at Las Vegas Raiders
Week 16 - New Orleans Saints at Green Bay Packers
Week 17 - Detroit Lions at San Francisco 49ers

The 2024 regular season officially gets underway on Thursday, September 6, when the reigning Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs welcome reigning league MVP Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens to Arrowhead Stadium.

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