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The(or, as ESPN calls it, Monday Night Football With Peyton And Eli) has landed one of its most notable guests to date. The Omaha Productions account announced Friday that David Letterman will be a guest with Peyton and Eli Manning Monday, during their coverage of the New England Patriots-Buffalo Bills game:
In 2014, David Letterman threw footballs at taxis with Peyton.
In 2021, he's going to watch Monday Night Football on a Zoom with Peyton & Eli.
Bills. Patriots.. TUNE IN.
— Omaha Productions (@OmahaProd)
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The Mannings will be joined by the likes of Julian Edelman and Condoleezza Rice on "Monday Night Football" in Week 10.On paper, this always looked to be one of the easiest matchups for the Mannings to add guests. Peyton Manning could have tapped into his connection with his former Colts coach Tony Dungy, who coached the Buccaneers before going to Indianapolis, to get a former Bucs great on the broadcast.
Both of the Manningswith appearing on Letterman’s CBS (those clips are just a couple of the many times they showed up there), so this makes some sense. They haven’t yet appeared on , but maybe that’s coming.
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At any rate, Letterman has shownover the years, from to to to to to . And it feels like he might be a great ManningCast guest. We’ll see how this turns out.
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Patriots QB Mac Jones says he was too focused to grant interview with Peyton Manning .
New England Patriots quarterback Mac Jones made history on Monday night in the 14-10 win over the Buffalo Bills. Not only did the rookie from Alabama play a complete game throwing just three passes, but he also is the only quarterback to date to turn down an interview with Peyton Manning ahead of the popular ManningCast alternate commentary of ESPN Monday Night Football. Jones told his side of the story on “Merloni & Fauria” on WEEI 93.7 in Boston Tuesday. “I texted him or whatever,” Jones said. “I am not going to get into any details, but I think we were just focused on the game.