#ThrowbackMNF: Your Monday moments

September, 3, 2014
Sep 3
4:45
PM ET
To celebrate the 45th season of "Monday Night Football," a panel of ESPN.com contributors has selected the 45 most memorable moments in MNF history. Follow along as we reveal one per day and count down to this season's MNF debut.

Now it's your turn.

Share your most vivid MNF memories, photos and videos on Twitter at @ESPNMondayNight or on ESPN's "Monday Night Football" Facebook page by using hashtag #ThrowbackMNF.



Here are a few reader submissions:

MNF moments, No. 20: 'Thought they were'
Joshua Brian Robinette
I was at this game and it was like a home game for US!! After the game chants of 6-0 rang throughout the stadium!! It was awesome!!
Jose Rivera
I was at that game, it was like a home game for us. When Devin Hester scored, I felt the stadium vibrating from so many people jumping up and down! It was amazing - go Bears!

MNF moments, No. 43: Brady notches 500
Travis Clark
I was at this game. I sat in the 12th row in the Miami dolphin season ticket holder section. The most fun I ever had at a football game. Let's just say I heard a lot of trash talk when I first arrived( everything I was wearing said patriots on it including my sox and shoes). As the game progressed it got less and less especially after I started waving goodbye to fans leaving after that 99 yard welker touchdown.

MNF moments, No. 42: 'Broncos Blizzard'
Bob Bush
I actually went to that game. Glad I made it before kickoff.
George Beighey
My friend and I were at this game and WALKED home. The busses stopped running.

MNF moments, No. 23: Favre faces Packers


MNF moments, No. 26: Campbell answers







MNF moments, No. 22: Panthers prevail
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