Manningcast guest list Week 11: Here's who will join Peyton, Eli Manning on 'Monday Night Football'

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"Monday Night Football" in Week 11 will feature a Super Bowl rematch between the Chiefs and Eagles so ESPN is pulling out all the stops for its programming around the event.

That means there will be a Manningcast airing for Week 11 of the 2023 NFL season.

Peyton and Eli Manning will get a chance to break down what should be one of the NFL's better quarterback matchups of the season. Reigning MVP Patrick Mahomes will take on the runner-up for the award, Jalen Hurts, in what has the potential to be a high-scoring contest.

ESPN debuted "Monday Night Football with Peyton and Eli" as an alternate broadcast in 2021. It quickly became a smash success, building a cult following while earning mentions on "Saturday Night Live." The Manningcast spawned a series of non-traditional broadcasts from ESPN and its competitors, but none have quite been able to capture the magic that the Manning brothers possess.

One of the reasons for the show's success is that it has contained a rotating panel of guests that keeps the show fresh each week. While the broadcast no longer delivers one guest each quarter, they still get plenty of interesting people to join them to talk about football, entertainment and whatever topics happen to come up on the broadcast.

And because there are fewer guests overall, that means more time face-to-face with the ones the Mannings bring onto the show.

MORE: Watch 'Monday Night Football' live with Fubo (free trial)

Here's a look at who will appear during the Week 11 episode of the Manningcast.

Manningcast guests for Week 11

  • Mark Wahlberg, actor
  • Caitlin Clark, Iowa point guard
  • Michael Vick, former NFL quarterback

Mark Wahlberg

Wahlberg is set to be the first guest on the Manningcast for Week 11. That choice may seem like a strange one at first glance given that Wahlberg is a Boston sports fan, but his inclusion in this episode is likely because he played former Eagles receiver Vince Papale in the biopic "Invincible."

The Mannings may ask Wahlberg about that among other projects in which the versatile actor has partaken. They may also look to get his thoughts on the state of the Patriots as well with the team on pace for its worst season since 2000.

Caitlin Clark

Omaha Productions announced that Clark would be one of their guests for the Manningcast in Week 11, and the choice is beyond sensible.

Clark, 21, grew up a Chiefs fan and, during her rise to stardom, has interacted with members of the organization. She attended the Chiefs-Seahawks game on Christmas Eve 2022 at the invitation of general manager Brett Veach and has forged a Twitter friendship with Patrick Mahomes.

The Mannings will likely speak to Clark about her fandom while also discussing her dominance on the basketball court. The 6-foot senior is averaging 31 points, 7.4 rebounds and 8.1 assists per game for the Hawkeyes (4-1) so far this season.

Michael Vick

Omaha Productions has also confirmed that Vick will be a guest on the show in Week 11. He will serve as a foil to Clark, as he has experience with the Eagles organization after spending five years with the team.

Vick, 43, started 40 games during his five years in Philly (2009-2013), posting a 20-20 record while completing 59.5 percent of his passes for 9,984 yards, 57 touchdowns and 33 interceptions. He also ran for 1,998 yards and 15 scores during his time there.

Vick will be able to speak to Jalen Hurts' dual-threat ability, Howie Roseman's management of the franchise and what it's like to be the starting quarterback for a passionate Philadelphia fan base.

It seems likely that Vick's performance in the famed "Monday Night Massacre" win over Washington — a game during which the Eagles scored 59 points and Vick totaled six touchdowns — will also be mentioned. That performance was the single best of Vick's career and remains one of the greatest in "Monday Night Football" history.

How to watch Manning brothers on Monday Night Football

  • TV channel: ESPN2
  • Live stream: ESPN+ | Fubo

ESPN2 will be the home of the Manningcast for the 2023 NFL season. ESPN's main channel will show the primary broadcast, which is led by veteran play-by-play man Joe Buck, color commentator Troy Aikman and sideline reporter Lisa Salters.

Viewers looking to stream the Manningcast will have several options with which to do so. ESPN+, which is ESPN's streaming service, will air the broadcast for those with a subscription.

Additionally, Fubo carries the ESPN family of networks along with CBS, NBC, Fox and NFL Network. That will allow viewers to catch all of the NFL action in 2023 that isn't exclusively available on Amazon Prime. Fubo also offers a free trial.

Monday Night Football schedule 2023

  • TV channel: ESPN, ESPN2, ABC (Weeks 2, 3 and 14)
  • Start time: 8:15 p.m. ET
  • Live stream: ESPN+ | Fubo

"Monday Night Football" will be broadcast weekly on ESPN during the 2023 NFL season. Most of the games will kick off at 8:15 p.m. ET; however, the network does have a few Monday night doubleheaders in Weeks 2, 3 and 14 that will feature one matchup beginning at 7:15 p.m. ET and the next kicking off at 8:15 p.m. ET.

As mentioned, Joe Buck and Troy Aikman are in their second year in ESPN's "Monday Night Football" booth. Lisa Salters will continue as the sideline reporter for the program, a role that she has held since replacing Suzy Kolber in 2012.

Those looking to live stream "MNF" will have a few options. ESPN+ will carry the "Manningcast" for those who have a subscription.

Meanwhile, cord-cutters can turn to Fubo, which carries the ESPN family of networks and will carry all nationally broadcast NFL games through the 2023 season.

Below is the full "Monday Night Football" schedule. Games that are paired with a Manningcast are listed in bold.

Week Date Matchup
1 Sept. 11 Bills at Jets
2 Sept. 18 Saints at Panthers  (7:15 p.m., ESPN)
2 Sept. 18 Browns at Steelers (8:15 p.m., ABC)
3 Sept. 25 Rams at Bengals  (7:15 p.m., ABC)
3 Sept. 25 Eagles at Buccaneers (8:15 p.m., ESPN)
4 Oct. 2 Seahawks at Giants
5 Oct. 9 Packers at Raiders
6 Oct. 16 Cowboys at Chargers
7 Oct. 23 49ers at Vikings
8 Oct. 30 Raiders at Lions
9 Nov. 6 Chargers at Jets
10 Nov. 13 Broncos at Bills
11 Nov. 20 Eagles at Chiefs 
12 Nov. 27 Bears at Vikings
13 Dec. 4 Bengals at Jaguars
14 Dec. 11 Packers at Giants (8:15 p.m., ABC)
14 Dec. 11 Titans at Dolphins (8:15 p.m., ESPN)
15 Dec. 18 Chiefs at Patriots
16 Dec. 25 Ravens at 49ers
17 Dec. 30 Lions at Cowboys
18 Jan. 6 TBD (4:30 p.m., ESPN/ABC)
18 Jan. 6 TBD (8:15 p.m., ESPN/ABC)
Wild card Jan. 15 TBD 
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Jacob Camenker is a senior content producer at The Sporting News.