Week One of the 2013 NFL season is almost a wrap, so it’s almost silly to ask “Are you ready for some football?” But it’s the first Monday night of the NFL season, so forgive us if we ask the rhetorical question. And for those of you unable to watch the Philadelphia Eagles take on the Washington Redskins tonight on TV, there are also ways to watch Monday Night Football live streaming online, including on the Xbox 360.
Tonight’s Monday Night Football opener on ESPN between the Philadelphia Eagles and Washington Redskins has inspired as many questions as it has potential viewers. The first of a season-opening Monday Night Football double-header, the game will finally answer some very pressing questions. For instance, if you watch Monday Night Football live streaming on your Xbox 360′s ESPN app, you’re bound to be wondering how Michael Vick will fill-up the stat book compared to Robert Griffin III (RG3), who’s playing in his first game back from surgery.
Maybe you’re more interested in what new Eagles coach Chip Kelly’s offense will look like? We’ve seen glimpses of the new-look Eagles offense in NFL pre-season games and practices, but tonight’s Monday Night Football game is the first time Kelly’s scheme will have seen the big lights. Can Kelly successfully translate his fast-paced offensive scheme, which led the University of Oregon to four straight BCS bowl games, into the NFL? You’ll find out if you watch Monday Night Football live streaming or on TV.
Tonight’s Monday Night Football premiere starts with the Eagles vs. Redskins at 6:55 PM EST/3:55 PM PST. Immediately afterward, you’ll be able to watch the Houston Texans take on the San Diego Chargers for the first time since 2010. The Texans vs. Chargers game is slated to start at 10:15 PM EST/7:15 PM PST.
If you do decide to watch Monday Night Football live streaming or via the Xbox 360 ESPN app, you’ll want to be sure to tune-in for the opener. As we reported earlier today, Namco has a season-long agreement with the NFL in which Pac-Man — the yellow dot-eating character, not NFL player Adam “Pacman” Jones — will highlight ’80s pop culture and showcase some of the more-memorable Monday Night Football moments from decades past.
If for some reason you’re unable to watch Monday Night Football live streaming on your Xbox 360′s ESPN app, you can also check out this Yahoo Group or Justin.tv. Just don’t go breakin’ the law, OK? We highly recommend watching it on your ESPN App or good old-fashioned HDTV signal.