Who is playing Monday Night Football?

A Super Bowl LVII rematch is on the books for the single biggest MNF matchup of the year.
Super Bowl LVII - Kansas City Chiefs v Philadelphia Eagles
Super Bowl LVII - Kansas City Chiefs v Philadelphia Eagles / Focus On Sport/GettyImages

It doesn't get any bigger than this—at least in the regular season.

While multiple broadcast outlets jostle for the most anticipated games on the NFL's calendar each season, there's no doubt that ESPN came up as the big winner this year with their Monday Night Football matchup for Week 11: a game between the visiting Philadelphia Eagless and the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium

This game has it all, starting with the fact that it's a rematch of one of the single most exciting Super Bowls ever, one played only several months ago. Super Bowl LVII featured a close Chiefs victory in which they rallied from a 24-14 deficit at halftime for a 38-35 win. It was the third-most total points scored in a Super Bowl, and the Eagles had the most points ever for a losing team.

Not only that but the Eagles and Chiefs are once again the best teams in their respective conferences. Philly is 8-1 and sitting in the top seeded position in the NFC while the Chiefs are 7-2 with the same in the AFC. Both teams are also coming off of the bye and should be rested and ready to go for such a big game.

Even more, the star power in this game is considerable with MVP candidates Jalen Hurts and Patrick Mahomes facing off with one another and rosters loaded with plenty of young talent. Jason Kelce and Travis Kelce. Jalen Carter and Chris Jones. A.j. Brown and Trent McDuffie. And that's only scratching the surface.

The Eagles and Chiefs will kick off at 7:15 p.m. C.T. on Monday, November 20.