It’s the Philadelphia Eagles’ first divisional contest of 2018. They meet the New York Giants at MetLife Stadium for the first game of the NFL’s Week 6 schedule. Here’s everything you need to get you ready.
Do we really need to turn on the hype machine for this one? It’s the Philadelphia Eagles and the New York Giants. It’s an NFC East divisional clash. It’s a Thursday night game on national television, and both teams need to win.
If you can’t get hyped for this one, you don’t have a pulse.
Here’s a quick preview courtesy of the NFL via their YouTube page.
Here’s how you can access Thursday night’s game:
Live and on television:
Date: Thursday, October 11th
Start Time: 8:20 PM EST
Location: East Rutherford, New Jersey
Venue: MetLife Stadium
TV: WTXF-TV FOX29 in Philadelphia (live), WNYW FOX5 in New York (live) or you can watch on the NFL Network. Don’t forget that there’s also a Watch NFL Network app for cellular streaming.
Online Stream: NFL Game Pass (They have a seven-day free trial), fuboTV (They have a seven-day free trial as well). It wouldn’t hurt to check out Sling TV or Fox Sports Go.
The FOX Broadcast:
This is a nationally televised game on FOX. You’ve got Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, Kristina Pink and Erin Andrews.
Local Radio Outlets:
If you can’t watch the game live and you live in the Philadelphia area, you can always tune into SportsRadio 94 WIP-FM. Merrill Reese, Mike Quick and Howard Eskin handle the call.
In New York, tune into WFAN 660 AM or 101.9 FM. Bob Papa (play-by-play), Carl Banks (color), and Howard Cross (sideline) handle the call there.
As of noon on game day, everyone on sportsbookreview.com favors the Eagles. The line is anywhere from one to three points.
We’ve been stinking it up here, but we’re behind the Eagles on this one. We say 24-20 in favor of ‘The Birds’.