Find out how to watch the Minnesota Vikings take on the Philadelphia Eagles during their week 7 NFL matchup live through your tv or an online stream.
One of the most anticipated games for week 7 of the NFL season has to be the Minnesota Vikings going on the road to take on the Philadelphia Eagles. With storylines involving the trade of Sam Bradford, some brotherly conflict between the Kendricks boys, and an interesting clash of styles this will be a fun game to watch.
The biggest thing on the line during the game is the undefeated record of the Vikings. As the only unbeaten team left in the league, opposing squads will be gunning for the opportunity to put the first notch in their loss column.
But before the game, you’ll want to know everything you can about the Minnesota Vikings and Philadelphia Eagles week 7 matchup. Here is all the information you’ll need to watch either online or on TV:
- Game: Minnesota Vikings at Philadelphia Eagles
- Location: Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, PA
- Weather: Mostly sunny/wind, 0% chance of rain, high of 64 degrees
- Date: October 23, 2016
- Time: 12 pm CT
- Officiating crew according to Football Zebras: Head official John Hussey, umpire Tony Michalek, head linesman Wayne Mackie, line judge Ron Marinucci, field judge Jimmy Buchanan, side judge Allen Baynes, and back judge Keith Ferguson.
- Online By Subscription: NFL Sunday Ticket
- Radio Info: Sirius 81 or Sirius Online 818, Vikings Radio Network, KFAN-FM 100.3/KTLK-AM 1130
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Places to watch the Game LIVE
- National broadcast: -none-
- Local broadcast: FOX affiliate
- Canadian broadcast: -none-
- UK broadcast: -none-
- American Forces Network: AFN Prime Atlantic
- USTV Now
U.S. local broadcast information:
- CBS Announcers: Thom Brennaman and Troy Aikman (NO JOE BUCK!)
- Broadcast coverage map: 506 Sports.com
Of course, we at The Viking Age do NOT encourage watching illegal streams of the game and will not be providing links to such sites. We would also appreciate if those links would stay out of the comments of the article.
This will be one of the most hotly contested games of the year for the Minnesota Vikings, and picking up a win over this team would help to add credibility to their already impressive resume of wins under head coach Mike Zimmer. What do you think will happen during the game? Leave your thoughts in the comments below.