Monday night’s Baltimore Ravens-Cleveland Browns game might be one of the worst prime-time matchups we can remember.

With a banged-up, three-win Ravens team hardly resembling the one that took the field in Week 1 and a two-win Browns team in shambles itself, “Monday Night Football” isn’t exactly must-see TV this week.

Say what you will about diehard football fans and fantasy football owners tuning in — which they undoubtedly will — but even the people broadcasting the game don’t exactly want you to watch, if their Twitter feeds are any indication, as Deadspin’s Samer Kalaf pointed out.

But you really should watch the game, because all these people worked really hard on it. It’s a fair point — it’s not their fault the Browns and Ravens are terrible.

When you ultimately tune in to watch this train wreck, just remember nobody really cares if you don’t.

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