It was another great night at Timothy's Pub for Monday Night Football. Congrats to Monique for walking away with a pair of tickets to the sold out Red Hot Chili Peppers show in Detroit. Next week, Green Day tickets are up for grabs at Joe's Garage in Clio.
Fantone will be back at tonight with the Banana Crew from a live broadcast from Kickers for Monday Night Football. Fantone will broadcast his show live from 8pm-11pm as the Detroit Lions take on the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field.
Starting Monday, listen for your chance to qualify for a trip for two to Chicago as the Lions take on the Bears for Monday Night Football at Soldier Stadium. The big game is on October 22nd and Banana 101.5 has teamed up with Teasers Rock 'N Roll Showbar to send you to the Windy City to root on the Lions. Check out all the details after the jump.
It was definitely a great start to the Monday Night Football series of live broadcasts. Fantone was out at Hooters on Miller Road during the game. Check out some of the photos of the wing eating contest and musical chairs with the Hooters girls.
New England 34 – Kansas City 3
Tom Brady threw two touchdown passes to Rob Gronkowski, and the New England Patriots overcame a sluggish first half to beat the Kansas City Chiefs 34-3 on Monday night. New England (7-3) scored the last 34 points of the game after spotting Kansas City a 3-0 lead in the first quarter
Jay Cutler threw a 5-yard go-ahead touchdown pass to Earl Bennett early in the fourth quarter, and the Chicago Bears held on to beat the Philadelphia Eagles 30-24 on Monday night .
Cutler completed all four of his pass attempts for 47 yards on the go-ahead drive, including the scoring toss to Bennett
Ryan Succop’s 30-yard field goal in overtime lifted the Kansas City Chiefs over the San Diego Chargers 23-20 on ‘Monday Night Football.’ The kick, Succop’s third field goal of the game, gave Kansas City (4-3) the win in a mistake-filled contest that saw the teams combine for eight turnovers – four each – and commit 21 penalties for 158 total yards.
San Diego (4-3) was in position fo
Maurice Jones-Drew ran for 105 yards, and Josh Scobee’s four field goals led the Jacksonville Jaguars past the Ravens 12-7 on Monday Night Football. The Jacksonville running game, led by Drew, helped the Jaguars (2-5) control the ball and the clock. Jack