Home opener against the Vikings on Monday Night Football? Sign me the hell up! The NFL schedule release is set for Thursday, but the league gave us a little bit of a bump to hold us over until then:
Two huge matchups on the slate for MNF in Week 2 this season! 👀
— NFL (@NFL) May 9, 2022
We all know what happened the last time the Eagles played the Vikings at the Linc under a second-year head coach:
Almost 9 months ago at the Linc
The energy Eagles had pregame, you just knew they were going to the Super Bowl
— John Clark (@JClarkNBCS) October 7, 2018
The Eagles beat the Vikings 38-7. The Vikings dominated part of the first quarter, but the tide changed following a Patrick Robinson pick-six. The Eagles scored 38 unanswered points, while Nick Foles threw 352 Yards and 3 Touchdowns. SB52 is two weeks away. pic.twitter.com/YjzaPAllCm
— 2017 Eagles (@2017_eagles) January 21, 2022
Three years ago today, the Eagles stomped the Vikings in the NFC championship.
— Chase Senior (@Chase_Senior) January 21, 2021
— Emmanuel Acho (@EmmanuelAcho) January 22, 2018
I love a good MNF doubleheader, but why are these games only 75 minutes apart? I want to watch every football game I can possibly get my hands on without spending money on the Ticket. Stagger these out. It makes zero sense for ESPN and ABC to compete against each other when they’re under the same umbrella. They’re probably doing a Manningcast too, which will take away from Joe Buck and Troy Aikman. I don’t know. I’m all for more MNF doubleheaders, but lets do one east coast and one west coast matchup. You have us by the balls Roger. We will stay up and watch.