The NFL Playoffs have officially arrived at its Midway point. The wild card and Divisional rounds have concluded with four teams remaining in the hunt for the Lombardi Trophy.
“Monday Night Football” has become a staple not just in the regular season, but in the early rounds of the postseason, as well. Over the last few years, an additional “MNF” game has been added for the postseason.
In the first week of the playoffs, it was the Cowboys and Buccaneers battling on Monday to end the wild-card round. However, that was the final Monday night contest of the season.
Here’s everything you need to know about “MNF” for the 2023 Playoffs and where you can watch the rest of the Playoffs with the program finished for the season.
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Is there a ‘Monday Night Football’ game tonight?
There is NO “Monday Night Football” game for Jan. 23. In fact, there are no more NFL games on Mondays for the remainder of the 2022-23 schedule. The wild-card matchup between the Cowboys and Buccaneers marked the final Monday night game of the season.
Sunday is the only day with which NFL action will occur for the remainder of the season. The conference championships, Pro Bowl and Super Bowl LVII all take place on Sundays.
While “MNF” may be done for this season, that is not the end of the year for the football crew over on ESPN. The company is set to broadcast the Pro Bowl on Feb. 5, with the All-Star competition set to air live on ABC and ESPN.
NFL playoff schedule 2023
Sunday, Jan. 29
Super Bowl 57
Sunday, Feb. 12
|Matchups||Start time||TV channel||Live stream||Tickets|
|Super Bowl 57||6:30 p.m. ET||Fox||FoxSports.com, fuboTV||Buy tickets|
When is Super Bowl 57 in 2023?
- Date: Sunday, Feb. 12
- Time: 6:30 p.m. ET
- Location: State Farm Stadium, Glendale, Ariz.
Super Bowl 57 is out in the desert for 2023, as the NFC and AFC Champions meet at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. It is the home site for the Arizona Cardinals.
This marks the third time the big game will be held at the stadium and the fourth time it’s been in Arizona. While Super Bowl 30 was played at Sun Devil Stadium at Arizona State’s campus, Super Bowl 42 and Super Bowl 49 were played at State Farm Stadium, then known as University of Phoenix Stadium.