As we did last week and will do every week this season going forward, we provide you with this handy-dandy television broadcast map. If you are in the red, you'll get the Denver Broncos (2-0) game against the Oakland Raiders (1-1) on Monday Night Football.
The game will be nationally televised in it's prime time slot, so if you have ESPN, you'll get the game.
Depending on your TV provider, you may also be able to watch the game online or on your mobile device using WatchESPN.com. Just click the "Watch Now" tab during the game and sign in using your TV provider account information.
The Raiders were defeated by the Indianapolis Colts (1-1) in Week 1 by a score of 21-17. Last week, the Raiders knocked off the Jacksonville Jaguars (0-2) 19-9 at home. Oakland is currently tied for third place in the division with the San Diego Chargers (1-1).
The Broncos started off the 2013 season on a hot note, routing the Baltimore Ravens (1-1) 49-26 in the season opener before going on to defeat the New York Giants 41-24 the following week. Quarterback Peyton Manning has thrown nine touchdowns through Denver's first two games, putting the Broncos on track to break several NFL records this season.
Kickoff for the game on Monday, September 23 is scheduled for 6:40 p.m. MT on ESPN.