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This is not the game the NFL universe expected when the league schedule came out last April. A late November showdown on Monday Night Football between two teams with exciting quarterbacks and big expectations? Sounds great. Unfortunately, that's not how things have played out for the Eagles and Carolina Panthers, who have both fallen victim to a disappointing first 10 games of the 2012 season.
The Eagles have lost six straight games and sit 3-7, while the Panthers have fared even worse at 2-8. Still, both teams press on with a chance to help turn around the narrative of their seasons. There are still six games remaining and with much still on the line, both teams will be ready to battle it out in primetime.
The biggest question on the field for the Eagles is whether the signal caller will be a returning Michael Vickor Nick Foles, making what would be his second consecutive start as a rookie. Vick is still recovering from a concussion, and his progress will be monitored all week. Also on the mend from a concussion is running back LeSean McCoy, who would be replaced by another rookie, seventh-round pick Bryce Brown, is the Pro Bowlers is unable to go. For the Panthers, all the focus tends to start and end with last year's No. 1 overall draft pick, quarterback Cam Newton.
After a sterling rookie campaign, Newton has been disappointing in his sophomore season, as his 2012 statistics are down from 2011 pretty much across the board. Perhaps the national stage will light a fire for Newton and help him turn things around. So despite the records boasted by the Eagles and Panthers, there is still plenty of intrigue ahead of the Monday Night showdown. Who will wind up on top?
Will call opens at ... 4:30 PM
LOCAL BRANDS AND LOCATIONS
• Cheesesteak Pretzel- 109
PREMIUM BEER LOCATIONS
Import/Craft Beer is available at Liberty Bell Tap stands located at- 104, 113,117, 123, 128, 129, 136
FEATURED FOOD ITEMS
Signature Sandwich Located on the HH Plaza: "D&W Spinach Chicken Parm Sandwich" - Chicken Parmigiana, Provolone cheese, tomatoes, spinach, and Grated Parmesan cheese on a Seeded Italian Roll
Signature Sandwiches Located at section 109: "Pass Interference" - Slow Roasted Pork, Arugula, Fontina Cheese and Garlic jus on a Seeded Italian Roll
Signature Nachos Located at section 108, 128, 216, and 230: "Nachos Italiano"" - Spicy Italian Sausage Bolognese, Mozzarella Cheese Sauce, House Made Ricotta and Fresh Jalapenoes on a bed of Corn Tortilla Chips
New Grill Stand Located at C37 – will serve same menu as C4
In conjunction with the National Football League and for the safety of our guests and employees, the following are prohibited:
Smoking (except in designated areas)
Food items must be wrapped or contained in clear plastic. *Exceptions will be made for guests with specific medical needs
Lincoln Financial Field stadium management reserves the right to prohibit banners due to space availability, banner size, interference with other fans or message content. Flags on poles longer than 2 ft in length are prohibited.
PARKING & TAILGATING
Guests wishing to park in K lot for the game, are able to park when K lot opens at 2:30 PM and the cost will be $25/car. VIP parking lots J & L will open at 5:00pm.
Tailgating is not permitted in parking lots north of Pattison Avenue and west of Darien Street (Lots Q through W and the lot near the NovaCare Complex).
REPORTING FAN BEHAVIOR
To anonymously report fan behavior in your Section, send us a text message to 78247 followed by the word ASSIST <space> your issue and location. Stadium personnel are trained to respond quickly and appropriately.
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