Monday Night Football: Giants vs Redskins Open Thread

Brad Penner-US PRESSWIRE

An NFC East battle is on the docket tonight, and it could be explosive.

Six weeks ago, the New York Giants and Washington Redskins provided one of the more exciting 4th quarters of the season, combining for a 24 point blitz in the final period. Watching Eli Manning face off against rookie sensation Robert Griffith, III provided a peek into what could be the future of the NFC East.

Unfortunately for RGIII, a late fumble by Santana Moss ended their comeback hopes, and the Giants walked away 27-23 winners.

With the action shown in the last few minutes by both teams the first time around, you can bet the offenses will come out tonight opening up a bit earlier than usual.

While Chicago Bears fans sit back and lick their wounds from yesterday's loss to the Seattle Seahawks, maybe we can enjoy some good NFC football to take our minds off of things for a little while.

Oh, and if you're looking for an alternative to the TV broadcast, SB Nation has recently partnered with Dial Global Sports, who will be providing radio coverage of Monday Night Football (along with other games throughout the season). Give them a try tonight and let us know how they did... You'll even hear some SB Nation shout-outs during their broadcast.

Anyways, this is your Monday Night Football Open Thread... Have fun!

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