The Carolina Panthers will host the Philadelphia Eagles on Thursday Night Football. Here is the tv schedule, the betting odds and how to watch it online.
The first game of Week 6 of the 2017 NFL season might be the best game. This week, Thursday Night Football features an outstanding matchup between two of hottest teams in the NFC. The Carolina Panthers (4-1) will host the Philadelphia Eagles (4-1). Kickoff from Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte will be at 8:25 p.m. ET on Oct. 12.
Philadelphia crushed the aging Arizona Cardinals last week to improve to 4-1 on the year. The Eagles’ lone loss this season came in Week 2 to the still undefeated Kansas City Chiefs. Philadelphia’s three other wins have come over the Washington Redskins, the New York Giants and the Los Angeles Chargers.
Carolina outlasted the Detroit Lions on the road in Week 5 to improve to 4-1 on the year as well. The Panthers’ lone loss this season came in Week 3 at home versus the division rival New Orleans Saints. Carolina’s three other wins have come over the San Francisco 49ers, the Buffalo Bills and the New England Patriots.
What time, channel are the Eagles and Panthers on?
CBS and the NFL Network will carry the primetime telecast of Thursday Night Football. Jim Nantz and Tony Romo will be in the booth to call the game for CBS. The available live streams can be found on Amazon, NFL.com and on FuboTV.
If you want to watch this game on your phone, be sure to make use of NFL Mobile on Verizon on your mobile device. Should you want to enjoy this game on your Xbox, be sure to use the CBS All Access app on your gaming console.
According to SportsBook Review, the Panthers will be laying 3.5 points to the visiting Eagles on Thursday Night Football. The associated moneylines for this game are Carolina -175 and Philadelphia +155. This game’s over/under comes in at a combined 45.5 points.
Which team will improve to 5-1 this season? Will it be the hometown favorite Panthers or could it be the visiting underdog Eagles? Be sure to tune in to either CBS or NFL Network at 8:25 p.m. ET to not miss a second of Thursday Night Football in Week 6.