Monday Night Football Schedule 2012: Falcons Have 2 Games On ESPN

With the release of the 2012 NFL schedule, the Falcons find themselves with four primetime games, two of which will be on ESPN's "Monday Night Football," and they're very far apart.

In Week 2, the Falcons will host the Denver Broncos as Peyton Manning makes his "Monday Night Football" debut in a Denver uniform. In Week 16, the Falcons will travel to Detroit to face the Lions on a Saturday night. The Falcons defeated the Lions 23-16 in Detroit last season.

The Falcons were on MNF once last season, losing to the Saints in Week 16.

Here is the 2012 "Monday Night Football" schedule:

Week 1: Bengals vs. Ravens

Week 1: Chargers vs. Raiders

Week 2: Broncos vs. Falcons

Week 3: Packers vs. Seahawks

Week 4: Bears vs. Cowboys

Week 5: Texans vs. Jets

Week 6: Broncos vs. Chargers

Week 7: Lions vs. Bears

Week 8: 49ers vs. Cardinals

Week 9: Eagles vs. Saints

Week 10: Chiefs vs. Steelers

Week 11: Bears vs. 49ers

Week 12: Panthers vs. Eagles

Week 13: Giants vs. Redskins

Week 14: Texans vs. Patriots

Week 15: Jets vs. Titans

Week 16: Falcons vs. Lions (Saturday)

For more on the Falcons, check out The Falcoholic and SB Nation's NFL page.

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