As the NFL continues to get rocked by player scandals fans are trying to focus on the games and not all the distractions- luckily there have been some great match-ups to help them do that.

Tonight’s Monday Night Football game continues that tradition,  featuring the Eagles taking on the Colts, which should be an entertaining battle between 2 of the leagues strongest teams.

The game kicks off tonight at 8:30 P.M. (EST) on ESPN from Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Live streaming is available from Watch ESPN and Direct TV Sunday Ticket.

All NFL games can be seen using the Direct TV Sunday Ticket.  The Sunday Ticket requires a subscription, which starts at $199 and is available to all Direct TV customers.

Those who do not have Direct TV, but live in NY City, Philadelphia or San Francisco are eligible to purchase the service as well.

Watch ESPN is a free streaming service,  but can only be used with games shown on ESPN.

The Colts are coming off a loss to the Bronco’s in week 1, led by their former QB Peyton Manning while the Eagles won against the Jaguars after stunning everyone by trailing by 17 at the half.

Needless to say, both teams are looking to dominate so this should be an intriguing game.

Colts QB Andrew Luck is particularly tough at home and has gone 33 games without a consecutive loss, the most for a QB since 1970.

He also leads the league in game-winning drives since 2012.

The Eagles though, are an offensive beast and despite their recent injuries will try to run up the score against the Colts less than stellar defense.

Look for a high score, with the Eagles pulling off the win, 34-31.

Here are week 2’s scores- winner’s are highlighted:

Dolphins 10 Bills 29

Cowboys 26 Titans 10

Jaguars 10 Redskins 41

Cardinals 25 Giants 14

Patriots 30 Vikings 7

Saints 24 Browns 26

Falcons 10 Bengals 24

Lions 7 Panthers 24 

Rams 19 Buccaneers 17

Seahawks 21 Chargers 30

Texans 30 Raiders 14

Jets 24 Packers 31

Chiefs 17 Broncos 24

Bears 28 49ers 20