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Doubleheader on Monday Night Football

Due to COVID-19 scheduling, football fans will see two Monday Night Football games in Week 6. Originally scheduled as a Thursday Night Football match-up, Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills will take on Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs on Fox. Following the KC-BUF game, Ezekiel Elliott and the Cowboys will face off against Kyler Murray and the Arizona Cardinals on ESPN.

SportsCastr News NFL’s Lawrence Owen previews the doubleheader on Monday Night Football. Article courtesy of ClutchPoints NFL

The Bills and Chiefs both sit atop their respective divisions in the AFC. The teams are led by two quarterbacks that have entered the MVP discussion: Josh Allen and Patrick Mahomes. As 6-point underdogs, the Buffalo Bills will need their young quarterback to step up versus the reigning Super Bowl Champion.

SportsCastr News NFL’s Adam Armbrecht, Keith McPherson, Lawrence Owen, and Ray Rauth preview the Cowboys-Cardinals match-up on MNF. Article courtesy of ClutchPoints NFL

The Arizona-Dallas match-up features two teams that are looking to find their identities. After starting the season 2-0, the Cardinals have gone 1-2 over the past three weeks. Despite high preseason expectations, the Dallas Cowboys are currently 2-3, with their two wins coming down to the wire.

SportsCastr News features two Monday Night Football preview streams. SportsCastr News NFL’s Lawrence Owen kicks off the preview stream by discussing his predictions for each match-up. Later in the night, SportsCastr News NFL’s Adam Armbrecht, Keith McPherson, and Ray Rauth joined Lawrence to give their thoughts on the later game (Cowboys-Cardinals).

Josh Allen and Andy Dalton were frequent topics of debate on the SportsCastr streams. Does Josh Allen truly belong in the MVP discussion? Can Andy Dalton lead the Cowboys to the playoffs? The previews covered these topics and more on the SportsCastr News streams.

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