Miami Dolphins vs. New Orleans Saints MNF Preview | Monday Tailgate

ESPN published this video item, entitled “Miami Dolphins vs. New Orleans Saints MNF Preview | Monday Tailgate” – below is their description.

Monday Tailgate is back! We’re live tonight from 7:30-8pm ET! Victoria Arlen, Mike Golic Jr. and Skubie Mageza are here to get you ready for everything you need to know before tonight’s Monday Night matchup between the Miami Dolphins and New Orleans Saints. Our tailgate crew will start off looking ahead to tonight as well as recapping some dominant performances from Sunday across the NFL. Skubie will take us through the playoff picture on the touchscreen before Victoria gives some tailgate tips to some loyal fans. And you won’t want to miss the crew’s picks for tonight’s matchup!

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