Home | Contact Us | Job Opportunities | PhiladelphiaEagles.com
What a difference a week makes. After riding high on the heels of a five-game winning streak, the Eagles were brought down to Earth last week after the Minnesota Vikings served up a big plate of 48-30 humble pie. Thankfully, a second half collapse by the Dallas Cowboys allowed the Eagles to remain in first place in the NFC East and in control of their own playoff destiny. With two games remaining, the Eagles could clinch a division title if they win Sunday night, as long as the Cowboys lose Sunday afternoon at Washington. If either of those two things doesn't happen, the Week 17 matchup between the Eagles and Cowboys will determine the division winner.
But the Eagles have more pressing concerns on their hands. In order to regain their winning ways, the Eagles will have to handle a hot Chicago Bears team that, like the Eagles, stands atop their division at 8-6. The Bears are on a two-game winning streak, with their most recent victory coming after Jay Cutler returned from injury to retain the quarterback job. Unlike the Bears of recent memory, the Bears have become an offensive juggernaut that balances out a leaky defense. At 29 points per game, the Bears rank second in the league behind only the Denver Broncos. But they've also allowed just under 28 points per game, the fifth-worse mark in the NFL. That's a similar profile to that of the Vikings, who the Eagles were, perhaps, guilty of looking beyond last week. That won't be an issue this week as the Eagles welcome the primetime matchup. What do you need to know heading into the primetime penultimate regular season game? We've got you covered ...
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.
FOR MORE INFORMATION
Enjoy the game!
Powered by Americaneagle.com, Inc.