Monday Night Football takes place tonight with the Miami Dolphins going on the road to take on the New Orleans Saints in what should be a great clash for fans.
Today's game features two teams that have gotten through the first three weeks of the season with perfect records. However, for one team tonight their unbeaten streak is about to come to an end. The game will start at 8.40 p.m. ET and can be watched on the ESPN network, or for those wanting to catch the game online, a live stream is provided free for ESPN subscribers via the link provided below.
The Dolphins have managed to come through three tight games, each time on the correct side of the result. To kick start their season they managed to hold off a strong challenge by Cleveland, winning 23-10. In week 2 they managed to gain a very good win over the Indianapolis Colts 24-20, which set them up for last week's visit from the Atlanta Falcons, whom they defeated 27-23 to go 3-0 for the season so far.
However, the Saints will not be fazed by the Dolphins, and they too stand at 3-0 coming into week 4. They also managed to defeat the Atlanta Falcons 23-17 in week 1, before claiming a two point win over Tampa Bay in week 2, in a 16-14 game. Then last week they let loose and destroyed the Arizona Cardinals 31-7, to come into this week 4 game full of confidence and hoping to go 4-0.
The Saints have been excellent on the pass, ranking 3rd in the NFL for pass yards per game, claiming an average of 318.7 yards per game. That has helped them to 6th in the league in total yards gained per game (404.3 yards). Standing behind their efficient offense has of course been quarterback Drew Brees who is 81 of 127 for 1,021 yards and six touchdowns.
Jimmy Graham has done fantastically well, receiving 23 for 358 yards and four touchdowns through weeks 1 to 3.
The Dolphins meanwhile will be hoping quarterback Ryan Tannehill can counter the threat from Brees, and so far Tannehill is 71 of 107 for 827 yards and four touchdowns.
Tonight's Monday Night Football game will start at 8.40 p.m. ET and can be watched online through live stream on ESPN by clicking here.