Over the years, NFL fans around the country have complained about the quality of ESPN’s Monday Night Football schedule and the NFL is finally ready to make a change.
Compared to NBC’s Sunday Night Football or FOX/CBS’ late afternoon window, the ESPN Monday Night Football matchups will now have the flex option.
ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported on Monday that major changes will be coming to the schedule beginning in 2023.
“Starting in 2023, ESPN’s Monday Night Football finally will include flex scheduling from Weeks 14-18, and also will feature three Monday Night Football doubleheaders, per the NFL’s V.P. of broadcast scheduling, Mike North,” he reports.
Schedule changes, plus the addition of Joe Buck and Troy Aikman, should provide a huge boost for the broadcast.
Fans should be excited.