Green Bay 45 – Minnesota 7
Aaron Rodgers threw four touchdown passes, and the Green Bay Packers routed the Minnesota Vikings 45-7 on “Monday Night Football” to remain undefeated on the 2011 season. Green Bay (9-0) got an 80-yard punt-return for a touchdown from Randall Cobb in the first quarter, and the defending Super Bowl champions never looked back in dominating Minnesota (2-7).
Ryan Succop’s 30-yard field goal in overtime lifted the Kansas City Chiefs over the San Diego Chargers 23-20 on ‘Monday Night Football.’ The kick, Succop’s third field goal of the game, gave Kansas City (4-3) the win in a mistake-filled contest that saw the teams combine for eight turnovers – four each – and commit 21 penalties for 158 total yards...
Jahvid Best rushed for 163 yards, including an 88-yard touchdown run, to lead the Detroit Lions to a 24-13 victory over the Chicago Bears on ‘Monday Night Football.’
Long scoring plays helped the Lions win the penalty-filled game that saw the two teams assessed a combined 26 penalties for 198 yards. The Detroit win, which came in front of a loud, sold-out Ford Field crowd during the Lions’ first M
Country singer Hank Williams, Jr., got really rowdy with his comments on Fox and Friends yesterday. He compared Pres. Barack Obama to Hitler.
Williams is known for being unconventional, and he certainly proved it in this interview.
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“Monday Night Football” will stay on ESPN through 2021, according to a new deal the cable network has struck with the NFL.
The $1.9-billion-a-year deal is reportedly 73 percent more than ESPN previously paid for rights to the weekly broadcast. ESPN will also get rights to more than 500 hours of NFL-branded studio programing.