The Philadelphia Eagles host the Seattle Seahawks at the usual "Monday Night Football" start time of 8:15 p.m. ET on ESPN in Week 12.

The Eagles (3-6-1) will be looking to get back into first place in the NFC East after Thanksgiving's results knocked Philadelphia off its perch. The Seahawks (7-3) will look to maintain their edge in the NFC West, as well, giving this game huge NFL playoff implications.

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On paper, it shapes up as a great quarterback matchup between Russell Wilson and Carson Wentz, but neither has been at their best through the middle portion of this season. Wilson is throwing a few too many interceptions, while there are calls for Wentz's job in Philadelphia.

Below is more about the start times for the "Monday Night Football" game in Week 12, plus everything you need to know to watch Eagles vs. Seahawks on ESPN.

What time is the NFL game tonight?

    Date: Monday, Nov. 30Matchup: Seattle Seahawks at Philadelphia EaglesLocation: Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, PennsylvaniaStart time: 8:15 p.m. ET

    With the exception of the season-opening "Monday Night Football" doubleheader back in Week 1 and the COVID-19 schedule alterations, all Monday night games are scheduled for the same start time of 8:15 p.m. ET.

    This means that fans in Seattle will have some dinner-time viewing with a 5:15 p.m. local-time kickoff on the west coast. It could be fun for those Seahawks fans, too, to see Seattle's defense actually make some plays against a turnover-prone Wentz. Out of Wentz's 10 games this season, he's thrown two interceptions in six of them.

    What channel is 'Monday Night Football' on tonight?

      TV channel: ESPNLive stream: fuboTV | DAZN (in Canada)

      ESPN reportedly is trying to negotiate a better TV rights deal with the NFL to negotiate more games in the future, but in 2020, the network's only package of NFL games is the complete slate of Monday night games. The network will broadcast all "Monday Night Football" games in 2020 on its flagship ESPN channel.

      ESPN is available on most cable systems in the United States. The network also is available via satellite providers DirecTV (Channel 206) and Dish Network (Channel 140) as well as IPTV providers AT&T U-verse (Channel 602 for SD; Channel 1602 for HD), Verizon Fios (Channel 70 for SD; Channel 570 for HD) and Google Fiber (Channel 21).

      ESPN has a new lineup of commentators for its "Monday Night Football" broadcasts in 2020 after moving on from last year's broadcast booth duo of Joe Tessitore and Booger McFarland. Steve Levy (play-by-play), Brian Griese (analyst) and Louis Riddick (analyst) will call all Monday night games for ESPN this season. Lisa Salters is still the network's sideline reporter.

      NFL live stream for 'Monday Night Football'

      Because all "Monday Night Football" games in 2020 will broadcast on ESPN, they are available to stream live on all of the network's digital platforms (, ESPN App, etc.). This should be the streaming preference for anybody who has a cable/satellite subscription but can't get in front of a TV.

      For cord-cutters, there are plenty of live streaming options available to watch "Monday Night Football." Below is the list. 

      Streaming optionCable subscription needed?Free?CostFree trial? AppYesYes--NFL AppYesYes--Yahoo! Sports AppNoYes--fuboTVNoNo$60/monthYesAT&T TV NowNoNo$55/monthYesHulu Plus Live TVNoNo$55/monthYesSling TVNoNo$30/monthYesYouTube TVNoNo$65/monthYes

      'Monday Night Football' schedule

      A total of 17 games are on the "Monday Night Football" schedule in 2020. That includes the two games in the Week 1 doubleheader and no Monday night game in Week 17. Due to COVID-19, there have also been un-branded Monday night games in two weeks.

      Below is the complete schedule of Monday night games this year.

      Week 1Sept. 14New York Giants vs. Pittsburgh SteelersWeek 1Sept. 14Denver Broncos vs. Tennessee TitansWeek 2Sept. 21Las Vegas Raiders vs. New Orleans SaintsWeek 3Sept. 28Baltimore Ravens vs. Kansas City ChiefsWeek 4Oct. 5Green Bay Packers vs. Atlanta FalconsWeek 4Oct. 5New England Patriots at Kansas City ChiefsWeek 5Oct. 12New Orleans Saints vs. Los Angeles ChargersWeek 6Oct. 19Kansas City Chiefs at Buffalo BillsWeek 6Oct. 19Dallas Cowboys vs. Arizona CardinalsWeek 7Oct. 26Los Angeles Rams vs. Chicago BearsWeek 8Nov. 2New York Giants vs. Tampa Bay BuccaneersWeek 9Nov. 9New York Jets vs. New England PatriotsWeek 10Nov. 16Chicago Bears vs. Minnesota VikingsWeek 11Nov. 23Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Los Angeles RamsWeek 12Nov. 30Philadelphia Eagles vs. Seattle SeahawksWeek 13Dec. 7San Francisco 49ers vs. Buffalo BillsWeek 14Dec. 14Cleveland Browns vs. Baltimore RavensWeek 15Dec. 21Cincinnati Bengals vs. Pittsburgh SteelersWeek 16Dec. 28New England Patriots vs. Buffalo Bills