A rematch of the first-ever Monday Night Football game highlights the Week 2 schedule as the New York Jets host the Cleveland Browns. The primetime matchup is the NFL100 Game of the Week and marks the 781st game in Monday Night Football’s 50-year history.
In Week 1, teams combined for 90 touchdowns, most on a Kickoff Weekend (89 in 2002 and 2011). Teams also scored 776 points, the third-highest total in league history for an opening week. This included Baltimore heading to halftime with 42 points, the most by any team in a season-opening half. Kansas City and Tennessee also posted 40-plus points in their games, marking the first opening week in which three road teams scored 40-or-more points.
Seven division contests headline the schedule this week. With a win over Minnesota, Green Bay can start the year with a 2-0 record in the NFC North (1 p.m. ET, FOX). Oakland can also jump to 2-0 in their division with a win over Kansas City (4:05 p.m. ET, CBS). Tampa Bay and Carolina kick off the week on Thursday night (8:20 p.m. ET, NFLN).