By Green Bay Packers
Monday Night Football will not feature two of the top teams in the NFC like the schedule makers had hoped prior to the season. Instead, the (4-6) Green Bay Packers will travel to the (5-5) Philadelphia Eagles for a prime time match-up.
Monday marks the last game of a three-game road trip for the Packers. This is the 24th consecutive season (1993-2016) that Green Bay is appearing on Monday Night Football, the second-longest streak in the league behind only Denver’s 25-year span (1992-2016). It is the Packers’ lone MNF appearance this season.
Green Bay is (30-31-1) all-time on MNF and has won its past two appearances. It is the fourth meeting between the two teams on MNF. They last played against each other on MNF in 2006, a 31-9 Eagles victory in Philadelphia.