What should you be looking out for in the Monday night games? Read on.We are lucky enough this week to get not one, but two Monday Night Football games, and one right after another. So without further ado lets take a look at each matchup. - Philadelphia Eagles @ Washington Redskins When and where: Tuesday 10th September, FedEx Field, Landover, Maryland. Coverage: LIVE ESPN 8:55am The first of the Monday Night Games is certain to be a corker between the Philadelphia Eagles and Washington Redskins. Both of these teams are expected to be exciting offensively this season which could set this game up as a potential shoot-out. Not a bad way to start a Monday Night double-header. The Philadelphia Eagles enter this season after what was a hugely disappointing season last year in finishing 4-12 and rock bottom of the division. So out when head coach Andy Reid and in comes former Oregon coach Chip Kelly, who brings in his high powered, fast paced offensive scheme to Philadelphia. Their offense could explode this season but preseason showed huge deficiencies in their defense which remains a concern heading into this game. QB Michael Vick won the starting job in the offseason and it'll be interesting to see how he copes in running Chip Kelly's offense. For the Washington Redskins the offseason was all about QB Robert Griffin III and his recovery from his knee injury after tearing his ACL in last seasons Wild Card Round. He's been cleared to play in this game and the reigning NFC East Division Champions will want to get off to a winning start in a division that once again figures to be a close fought battle all season long. All eyes will be on RGIII in this game and how he performs, especially when he's forced out of the pocket. The defense will also have its hands full with the Eagles offense. Can they keep up? What to watch for: The Redskins' linebacker duo of Brian Orapko and Ryan Kerrigan. Can they not only get pressure on Michael Vick but also contain RB LeSean McCoy? For the Eagles can the defense silence it's doubters and show they can handle a great offense like the Redskins? They'll need to play smart, aggressive defense in this one. Final word and prediction: This game could well turn into a shoot out with an offense like the Redskins and the potential of the Eagles offense, and that's how I can see this one playing out as RGIII leads the Redskins to a 34-28 victory. Houston Texans @ San Diego Chargers When and where: Tuesday 10th September, Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego, California. Coverage: LIVE ESPN 12:15pm The second Monday Night Football game is an intriguing matchup between an AFC powerhouse and a team with a new head coach who will want to have a perfect start to the new season. The Texans are expected to make a deep playoff run whereas the Chargers would be lucky to challenge for a wild card spot. The Houston Texans enter this season as an AFC favourite once again. The defense will once again be lead by current defensive player of the year J.J. Watt, whereas the offense is pretty much unchanged with the trio of QB Matt Schaub, RB Arian Foster and WR Andre Johnson leading the way. However Matt Schaub still has his doubters as he has yet to impress in big games, and Arian Foster comes into this game with serious doubts about his health and readiness due to a troubling calf and back injury that has plagued him through the offseason and preseason. As for the San Diego Chargers, they come into this season under the guidance of new head coach Mike McCoy, who will need a good start to show he's the right man for the job. Much will be expected of QB Philip Rivers once again, although injuries at the WR position figure to make Rivers' job a difficult one this season. On the other side of the ball the defense was actually solid last season and if newly acquired Dwight Freeney can settle quickly as well as rookie MLB Manti Te'o then the defense can keep the Chargers in some games this season. What to watch for: For the Texans how much will we see of RB Arian Foster? He's apparently been great in practice this week but he may still share the load with fellow RB Ben Tate. As for the Chargers, RB Ryan Matthews will need a strong outing given the injuries to their WR corp. Also look for TE Antonio Gates to be targeted often, especially as QB Philip Rivers has a lot of trust in him. Final word and prediction: The Chargers are at home and will need to start quickly and efficiently, but the Texans are stronger on both sides of the ball. The Texans to win 27-17. - How do you see both of these Monday Night Football matchups shaping up? Lets us know in the comments below!