ESPN Sunday Night Football Results (1987–2005)

This is a list of results of National Football League games played on ESPN Sunday Night Football. In 1987, the NFL began regularly scheduling games for Sunday nights to be aired on ESPN during the second half of the season. The league expanded these games to the entire season in 1990, though the first half of the season was televised on TNT, while ESPN continued to carry the second half. In 1998, ESPN took over the entire season's slate of games. The network also aired occasional Thursday and Saturday night games when they were scheduled (some of these games were either to avoid conflicts with the World Series, or because Sunday was Christmas Eve).

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ESPN Sunday Night Football Results (1987–2005) - 2000s - 2005
... Day Date Visiting Team Final Score Host Team Stadium SundaySeptember 11 Indianapolis Colts 24-7 Baltimore Ravens M T Bank Stadium SundaySeptember 18 Kansas City ...

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