Toys of the Eighties, Monday Night Football
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You use little records for play and you had a game board to move the ball up and down the field.

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Robin - December 01, 2008 - Report this comment
Whoa!!! So that's what it is called. My brother and I had this. Wow!! What the heck was I thinking when I got rid of it. We had a blast with it.
Rob Lambert - July 03, 2017 - Report this comment
The "MNF" game described is Mattel's version from 1977. Rather cheaply made, for that company's standards. When you first got the game, some assembly was required. The yellow components (football, goal posts, down markers, etc.) were in a "tree" (like in a model kit), and you had to assemble the scoreboard and place decals (points. quarter, down and teams). At least the battery-powered (one D-size) talking play device was fully assembled. 13 small records, with six plays each, were there. Lack of on-field players took some of the excitement away, compared to the electronic games, which were magnetized and gave a "rumbling" effect. Somewhat different than Aurora's Roger Staubach version from 1971. The Mattel one had no NFL player endorsement.

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