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By SI Wire
November 10, 2014

Carolina Panthers vs. Philadelphia Eagles

The Eagles currently lead the NFC East after a 31-21 victory over the Houston Texans last week. Quarterback Nick Foles suffered a broken clavicle in the first half of the win over Houston, and Mark Sanchez will take his place under center. The Panthers have gone 1-5-1 since Week 3, giving up 30.7 yards per game in that span. In their last four games, they have allowed 134.8 rushing yards per game.

You can follow the game with live stats and play-by-play here.

How to watch

Details for Monday night's game are below:

Kickoff: 8:30 pm EST

Live stream: The game can be live streamed here.

TV coverage: ESPN

Radio: For a list of Panthers affiliates, click here. For a list of Eagles affiliates, click here.

Season Recap:


Week 9: Saints 28, Panthers 10

The Panthers allowed four sacks and gave up two turnovers, and Cam Newton was held to 151 passing yards. Running back DeAngelo Williams returned after missing four games, running for 20 yards on eight carries. Carolina earned just 15 first downs, while New Orleans had 27.

Week 8: Seahawks 13, Panthers 9

The only touchdown scored in the game came in the final minute, when Russell Wilson threw a 43-yard touchdown to Jermaine Kearse. Cam Newton was sacked twice on the Panthers' final drive, and Carolina turned the ball over on downs. Carolina converted just two of 10 third-down opportunities. 

Week 7: Packers 38, Panthers 17

Green Bay led 28-3 at the half and never looked back. The Packers eventually extended their lead to 38-3 before a pair of fourth-quarter Carolina touchdowns narrowed the gap. 

Week 6: Panthers 37, Bengals 37

Cincinnati's Mike Nugent missed a 36-yard field goal as time expired in overtime and the game ended in a tie. This is the third consecutive NFL season with a tied game. Cam Newton threw for 284 yards and rushed for 107 more, with three total touchdowns. 

Week 5: Panthers 31, Bears 24

Despite missing their three top running backs, Carolina beat the Bears to improve to 3-2. The Panthers were outgained 327-321, but Chicago committed 10 penalties for 80 yards. 

Week 4: Ravens 38, Panthers 10

Steve Smith Sr. burned the Panthers in his first game against his former team. Smith caught seven passes for 139 yards and two touchdowns. The Panthers were outgained 454-315 and were penalized more often than the Ravens. 

Week 3: Steelers 37, Panthers 19

Cam Newton passed for 250 yards and a touchdown, and backup quarterback Derek Anderson saw time as well, completing 5-of-6 passes for 80 yards and a touchdown. Kelvin Benjamin added 115 yards on eight receptions. Carolina lost two fumbles and was outgained in yards by the Steelers, 454-to-349.

Week 2: Panthers 24, Lions 7

Cam Newton returned to complete 22-of-34 passes for 281 yards and a touchdown. The Panthers defense recovered two fumbles and grabbed an interception. Carolina had just 62 rushing yards but had no turnovers.

Week 1: Panthers 20, Buccaneers 14

With Cam Newton out with a fractured rib, Derek Anderson threw for two touchdowns across 230 yards. Kelvin Benjamin and Greg Olsen both had a touchdown catch. On defensive, Carolina grabbed two interceptions and forced a fumble.


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 pick up 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 ThorntonNick 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.

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