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There are 17 Monday Night Football games on the schedule, and seven of them didn't make it on this list. Here are the ones that didn't make the cut.
Cincinnati Bengals at Baltimore Ravens, September 10
It's the first game of the season, and these division rivals are going to beat up on one another in a defensive struggle. Neither offense is one I'd consider a powerhouse, and they'll both be trying to gel at this point in the season.
San Diego Chargers at Oakland Raiders, September 10
The Raiders don't look good right now. Carson Palmer doesn't look any better than he did last year, meaning this game could get ugly real quick.
Green Bay Packers at Seattle Seahawks, September 24
The storyline of Matt Flynn vs. Aaron Rodgers may be compelling, but I'm expecting the Packers to destroy the Seahawks in this contest.
Chicago Bears at Dallas Cowboys, October 1
I could be dead wrong about this, but I'm not expecting this game to be as exciting as it looks on paper. Both offenses are going to struggle to put up points, and it'll be a defensive struggle the entire way.
San Francisco 49ers at Arizona Cardinals, October 29
The Cardinals have major issues at the quarterback position, and they can't seem to keep their running backs healthy. They have a terrible offensive line, and the 49ers defense should gobble them up for breakfast.
Kansas City Chiefs at Pittsburgh Steelers, November 12
This game has the makings of a real snooze-fest. Both teams have good defenses, and the Chiefs offense will be hard-pressed to put much together on the road in Pittsburgh.
New York Jets at Tennessee Titans, December 17
If Jake Locker and Tim Tebow are the ones behind center, this game could turn into one of the most exciting games of the year. I'm not expecting that to be the case, though, and we could be in for a display of offensive ineptitude from both teams.
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