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The twists and turns of the Eagles' 2013 season continued last week when Nick Foles, the reigning NFC Offensive Player of the Week, and the Eagles offense struggled before Foles left after three quarters with a concussion. With Foles a stretch to play this week, the attention has turned to Michael Vick, who has been sidelined for with a hamstring injury since … he injured the hamstring against the New York Giants three weeks ago. With Vick working with the first-team offense in practice thus far, enter the Giants on the horizon Sunday, fresh off their first win of the season on Monday night. If Vick can play, he'll be charged with revitalizing an offense that played its worst game of the season in the three-point effort against the Dallas Cowboys last week. Priority No. 1 for the Eagles on the offensive side of the ball will be getting back to basics on the ground, where LeSean McCoy figures to once again be a major factor.
For the Giants, the season has gotten late quite early. At 1-6, they're looking at a run-the-table scenario to salvage a season with playoff expectations. Offensively, the Giants have struggled to get anything going on the ground with a constantly revolving door of running backs. Meanwhile, a league-worst turnover rate has hampered the usually steady passing game. On defense, the Giants' biggest problem has been getting consistent pressure on the opposing quarterback as they rank dead last in the league with only six sacks on the season. Still, there will be no lack of motivation for the Giants in a rivalry game at Lincoln Financial Field, where they know the Eagles have struggled over the last calendar year. The final variable on Sunday will be the familiarity with two teams who lined up on opposite sides only three weeks ago.
Listed below is all of the information regarding parking lot and gate-opening times.
Clear Bag Policy
We want to remind you of the recently implemented NFL policy that limits the size and type of bags that you will be able to bring into the stadium. This policy is intended to provide a safer environment for the public while also expediting the process of entering the stadium. Please visit http://www.nfl.com/allclear for complete information on what can and cannot be brought into the stadium.
There are a number of construction projects taking place en route to the Sports Complex that may cause delays. Please give yourself extra time to travel to the stadium as we kick off at 1:00 PM.
The average wait time to enter stadium 30 mins prior to kickoff is 15 minutes.
For the safety of our guests and employees, the following are prohibited:
Smoking (except in designated areas)
Lincoln Financial Field stadium management reserves the right to prohibit banners due to space availability, banner size, interference with other fans or message content.
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