ESPN’s ManningCast is returning for its third season his year, with hosts Peyton and Eli Manning.
The show posted a hilarious promo video on Tuesday morning ahead of the upcoming season. This was followed by the full schedule of 10 games for which the Manning brothers will host their Monday Night Football simulcast this season.
The season kicks off this Monday, Sept. 11 with the highly anticipated matchup between the Bills and Jets. This will be Aaron Rodgers’s first regular season game as the Jets starting quarterback, and the two retired NFL quarterbacks will likely have a lot to say about the game.
The brothers will then have a few weeks off before returning in Week 4 for the Seahawks vs. Giants game, followed by the Week 5 matchup between the Packers and the Raiders. The Mannings will return for Week 7’s 49ers vs. Vikings game.
Then, the ManningCast will be broadcast for three consecutive weeks starting with Week 9’s Chargers vs. Jets game, followed by the Week 10 matchup between the Broncos and Bills. In Week 11, the Super Bowl LVII rematch between the Eagles and the Chiefs will take place.
In Week 13, the Mannings will work the Bengals vs. Jaguars game. Their final regular season broadcast will take place during Week 15’s Chiefs vs. Patriots game.
Finally, the ManningCast will broadcast during the wild card game on Monday, Jan. 15.
Here’s a look at the full schedule, via Richard Deitsch of The Athletic.
Here are your Manningcast games for the 2023 NFL season: pic.twitter.com/rgvD0MkqBS— Richard Deitsch (@richarddeitsch) September 5, 2023
The guests for each week’s show will likely be announced each Monday morning. All ManningCast episodes are broadcast on ESPN2, while three of the games will additionally be shown on ESPN+, including the Week 1 game.