Monday Night Football Schedule 2012: Eagles Play At New Orleans In Week 9, Host Panthers In Week 12

The NFL released the 2012 schedule at 7 p.m. on Tuesday on NFL Network and NFL.com. We've blocked out just the Monday Night Football games to give you the schedule for those games.

The Philadelphia Eagles will play twice on Monday night this season, and both matchups have the potential to be very entertaining. In Week 9 they will head south to play a New Orleans Saints squad that has had an interesting offseason, to say the least. In Week 12 Philadelphia hosts the Carolina Panthers, in what should be fun matchup between electric quarterbacks Michael Vick and Cam Newton.

Here's the full Monday Night Football schedule (all games on ESPN):

Week 1: Bengals vs. Ravens

Week 1: Chargers vs. Raiders

Week 2: Broncos vs. Falcons

Week 3: Packers vs. Seahawks

Week 4: Bears vs. Cowboys

Week 5: Texans vs. Jets

Week 6: Broncos vs. Chargers

Week 7: Lions vs. Bears

Week 8: 49ers vs. Cardinals

Week 9: Eagles vs. Saints

Week 10: Chiefs vs. Steelers

Week 11: Bears vs. 49ers

Week 12: Panthers vs. Eagles

Week 13: Giants vs. Redskins

Week 14: Texans vs. Patriots

Week 15: Jets vs. Titans

Week 16: Falcons vs. Lions (Saturday)

For more on the Eagles, be sure to check out our blog Bleeding Green Nation and SB Nation Philly for all the latest news and updates.

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