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Why You Should Watch Monday Night Football part 8

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You know what they say about big hands... ---

Big gloves.

Anyway, Monday Night Football tonight will not only be a competitive high scoring affair between New Orleans and Atlanta, it will test your skills at channel surfing.

The World Series Game 5 is on at the same time. Monday Night Football > World Series World Series > Monday Night Football Monday Night Football > World Series and so on.

If the New Orleans Saints win tonight, they will be 7-0 and one of two undefeated NFL teams. If the Yankees beat the Phillies tonight... they win their 27th Championship.

Monday Night Football 6.30pm on ESPN > World Series Game 5 @ 6.15pm on FOX.

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