Two of the NFC's best teams square off when the Philadelphia Eagles host the Green Bay Packers. Both teams are coming off national television victories in Week 10: The Eagles beat the Carolina Panther Packers 45-21 on Monday Night Football, and the Packers destroyed the the Bears on Sunday Night Football.
You can follow the game with live stats and play-by-play here.
How to watch
Details for Sunday's game are below:
Kickoff: 4:25 p.m. ET
Live Stream: The game can be live streamed here.
TV Coverage: FOX
Week 10: Eagles 45, Panthers 21
Eagles quarterback Mark Sanchez got his first start for the team in relief of an injured Nick Foles, passing for 332 yards and two touchdowns. Philadelphia's running game was ineffective, but defensively the Eagles harassed Panthers quarterback Cam Newton. Newton was sacked nine times, fumbled once and was picked off three times.
Week 9: Eagles 31, Texans 21
Nick Foles hurt his shoulder late in the first quarter and was replaced by Mark Sanchez, who completed 15 of 22 passes for 202 yards and two touchdowns. Sanchez’s first pass was a 52-yard pickup by Jeremy Maclin, who finished with 158 yards and two touchdowns on six receptions. Philadelphia allowed four sacks in the first half despite only giving up two in the previous six games.
Week 8: Cardinals 24, Eagles 20
Nick Foles went 26 of 62 for 411 yards and two touchdowns but was picked off twice. Jeremy Maclin caught 12 receptions for 187 yards and two touchdowns, Philadelphia lost 103 yards to 11 penalties. The Eagles were the first team this season to rush for more than 100 yards against Arizona, gaining 110 yards on the ground.
Week 7: Bye
Week 6: Eagles 27, Giants 0
Nick Foles threw for 248 passing yards and two touchdowns, and LeSean McCoy ran for a season-high 149 yards. Philadelphia’s defense sacked Eli Manning six times to help complete the team’s first shutout in 18 years.
Week 5: Eagles 34, Rams 28
Philadelphia led 34-7 with 2:15 to go in the third quarter but had to hold off a final St. Louis drive to get the win. The Eagles scored on a 10-yard blocked punt return by Chris Maragos and a fumble recovery in the end zone by Cedric Thornton. Nick Foles threw for 207 yards and two touchdowns with an interception.
Week 4: 49ers 26, Eagles 21
Philadelphia blew a 21-10 lead after it was held scoreless in the second half. The Eagles committed four turnovers in the game. They had the ball for just 17:43 and were held to 22 yards rushing.
Week 3: Eagles 37, Redskins 34
Philadelphia took the lead for good on a 27-yard touchdown pass from Nick Foles to Jeremy Maclin with 7:34 remaining. Foles finished with 325 yards passing and three touchdowns. Chris Polk’s 102-yard kickoff return for a touchdown was the Eagles’ first kickoff return touchdown since Quintin Demps returned one 100 yards against the Ravens in 2008.
Week 2: Eagles 30, Colts 27
Philadelphia erased a 17-0 halftime deficit and won the game on Cody Parkey’s 36-yard field goal as time expired. Nick Foles threw for 331 yards and a touchdown with one interception. Darren Sproles caught seven passes for 152 yards, ran for 26 yards and a touchdown on four carries, and had 25 yards on four punt returns.
Week 1: Eagles 34, Jaguars 17
Philadelphia trailed 17-0 at halftime before scoring 34 unanswered points. The Eagles took the lead with 6:59 remaining on a 68-yard pass from Nick Foles to Jeremy Maclin. Philadelphia had three offensive touchdowns of at least 25 yards: a 25-yard pass from Foles to Zach Ertz, a 49-yard run by Darren Sproles and the go-ahead connection between Foles and Maclin.
Week 9: Packers 55, Bears 14
Aaron Rodgers threw six first-half touchdown passes, as the Packers raced out to a 42-0 halftime lead. Jordy Nelson caught six passes for 153 yards and two scores. It was Chicago's second straight game giving up more than 50 points and Jay Cutler fell to 1-11 in games against the Packers.
Week 8: Packers 23, Saints 44
Green Bay's four-game winning streak was snapped in New Orleans. Aaron Rodgers threw for 418 yards, but was picked off twice and sustained a hamstring injury that he continued to play with. In the game's opening minutes, Rodgers threw a 70-yard touchdown pass to Randall Cobb to give the Packers an early 7-0 lead.
Week 7: Panthers 17, Packers 38
Rodgers threw three touchdowns and was 19-of-22 in the win. The Packers led 38-3 entering the fourth quarter before the Panthers scored two touchdowns to close the game. Randall Cobb had 121 yards on six receptions, including a touchdown.
Week 6: Packers 27, Dolphins 24
Green Bay won after Aaron Rodgers faked an intentional spike to set up a game-winning four-yard touchdown pass with three seconds remaining. Rodgers finished with 264 yards and three touchdowns on 24-of-42 passing. Jordy Nelson had 107 yards and one touchdown on nine catches.
Week 5: Packers 42, Vikings 10
Green Bay earned a big victory over division rival Minnesota in a Thursday night game. Aaron Rodgers threw for 156 yards and three touchdowns in rainy conditions at Lambeau Field. Eddie Lacy rushed for a season-high 105 yards and two touchdowns out of the backfield. Defensive end Julius Peppers also returned an interception 49 yards for a score.
Week 4: Packers 38, Bears 17
After trailing 17-14 late in the second quarter, the Packers scored 24 unanswered points to close the game. Aaron Rodgers completed 22-of-28 passes for 302 yards, four touchdowns and no interceptions. The Packers picked off Bears quarterback Jay Cutler twice and returned the two interceptions for a combined 102 yards. It was Green Bay's 700th regular-season win in franchise history.
Week 3: Lions 19, Packers 7
The Packers' only score against the Lions came in the first quarter. Aaron Rodgers was 16-of-27 for 162 yards and a touchdown. The 162 yards were the second-fewest passing yards he’s ever had in a game in which he didn't get hurt. The Packers defense forced three turnovers and held Lions receiver Calvin Johnson without a touchdown.
Week 2: Packers 31, Jets 24
The Jets got off to a quick start and were up 21-3 midway through the second quarter before the Packers came from behind to win. Aaron Rodgers went 25-for-42 for 346 yards and three touchdowns. Wide receiver Jordy Nelson had nine catches for 209 yards and a touchdown.
Week 1: Seahawks 36, Packers 16
The Packers traveled to Seattle to open the NFL season, but left with a loss. Aaron Rodgers threw for 189 yards, one touchdown and one interception. Running back James Starks led the team in rushing with 37 yards on seven carries. The Packers finished with only 80 rushing yards compared to the Seahawks' 207 yards.