On "Monday Night Football" on Dec. 11, Peyton Manning and Eli Manning will juggle two games on their alternate ESPN2 telecast.
The Manning brothers are scheduled to provide analysis for the games between Green Bay Packers and New York Giants and the Tennessee Titans and Miami Dolphins. Both games are set to start at 8:15 p.m. ET in the first side-by-side telecast in "Monday Night Football" history, according to ESPN.
"When situations dictate, Peyton and Eli will divert attention to a single game," the network said in a news release.
The ManningCast is in its third season, and this will likely test the brothers more than any previous telecast.
In addition to taking on the double duty as analysts, the Mannings also will have their customary guests, according to ESPN.
When it comes to double duty, the same is not being asked of Joe Buck and Troy Aikman. Buck and Aikman will handle the call for the Packers-Giants game, while Chris Fowler, Louis Riddick and Dan Orlovsky team up for the call for Titans-Dolphins game.
What is the ManningCast?
The ManningCast is a simulcast, or an alternate broadcast of the same program, that airs alongside ESPN's Monday Night Football franchise in which former NFL quarterbacks and brothers Peyton and Eli Manning analyze the game in real time, while bringing on guests and injecting humor. In 2021, its inaugural season, Eli filmed from his home in New Jersey, while Peyton filmed from a private memorabilia warehouse in Denver.
How do you watch the ManningCast?
The ManningCast will air primarily on ESPN2, with three editions also available on ESPN+. The simulcasts begin right before kickoff (8:15 p.m. ET) of each game.
This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: ESPN serving up double ManningCast on Monday Night Football