‘Monday Night Football’ viewers call ESPN about using split screen

1. I had fun last night Monday Night Football A two-for-one special with Titans-Bills starting at 7:15 p.m. ET and Vikings-Eagles starting at 8:30 p.m. ET. I have two TVs, so it was easy to catch both games at once and I didn’t have to stay up until 1am, which would have happened if ESPN gave us the traditional 7pm/10pm double-header.

Over the 20 years that I was a DirecTV customer before the horrific service was canceled a few years ago, I always spent my Sundays watching Game Mix. I had no problem keeping up with eight matches at once so keeping up with two matches was easy.

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