Monday Night Football schedule 2013: Live Stream, watch online Denver Broncos vs Oakland Raiders [ESPN start time]
Monday Night Football with Denver Broncos vs Oakland Raiders takes place tonight in what should be an electrifying game. The Broncos and Peyton Manning have been on fire so far this season and nothing has been able to stop them until now. The Raiders will have their work cut out.
The game will start at 8.40 p.m. ET and can be watched online through free live stream for ESPN subscribers via the link provided below.
The Broncos are the top offensive team in the NFL at the moment – that much is clear to everyone. They have lit up the NFL over the first two weeks of play and fans are expecting more fireworks tonight.
The Broncos are ranked first in the entire league for total points scored on average per game (45 points), as well as ranked first for total yards gained per game (462 yards), and also pass yards gained on average per game (376 yards).
Of course, veteran Peyton Manning has been pulling all the strings for the Broncos offensive plays and he is the quarterback envy of the league right now. He has completed 57 throws from 85 attempts for 769 yards and a massive nine touchdowns through the first two weeks of the regular season.
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The Broncos destroyed the Baltimore Ravens 49-27 in week 1, before trashing Peyton's younger brother Eli Manning and the New York Giants in week 2 in another big 41-23 win.
Ninety points from two games has been amazing, and if they keep up this pace, it is doubtful anyone can stop them.
The Raiders will have a massive challenge today, and so far they have shown few signs of showing they have what it takes to bring down the Broncos. They were defeated by the Indianapolis Colts in week 1, 17-21, and although they won in weeks 2, it was a relatively modest affair as they defeated the lowly Jacksonville Jaguars 19-9.
Monday Night Football with Denver Broncos vs Oakland Raiders will start at 8.40 p.m. ET and can be watched on TV through ESPN's broadcast, as well as online through live stream on ESPN by clicking here.