The Philadelphia Eagles will host the Minnesota Vikings on Monday night for Week 2 of the NFL regular season. Here’s how to watch Philadelphia’s home opener.
The Philadelphia Eagles will host the Minnesota Vikings on Monday night for Week 2 of the NFL regular season. This will mark the home opener for Philadelphia, and it should be a good matchup with two teams who won their respective Week 1 matchups. Both teams look solid coming into Week 2.
The Eagles won against the Detroit Lions 38-35 and have had a lot of success over the past few years. They’ve made the postseason in four of the past five seasons, and with impact players like quarterback Jalen Hurts and running back Miles Sanders, Philadelphia could be lethal to Minnesota.
The Vikings, on the other hand, had a big 23-7 victory over the Green Bay Packers. They also have some great players, such as quarterback Kirk Cousins and wide receiver Justin Jefferson. Both played huge parts in the Week 1 victory.
Each team has solid talent and the potential to win, so it’ll definitely be interesting to see the matchup.
Here’s how to watch Philadelphia’s home opener against Minnesota.
What channel will broadcast Eagles vs Vikings?
ABC will be broadcasting the Eagles vs Vikings game to all viewers with an active cable subscription. The game will air at 8:30 p.m. ET at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
How to watch Eagles vs Vikings in NFL Week 2
- Date: Monday, Sept. 19
- Start Time: 8:30 p.m. ET
- Location: Philadelphia, PA – Lincoln Financial Field
- TV Channel: ABC
- Live Stream: FuboTV (subscription required, free trial available)
The Eagles home opener will be broadcast on ABC to all with a cable subscription. It can also be streamed on FuboTV with a subscription, and new subscribers are eligible for a 7-day free trial.
Eagles injury report: Inactives for Week 2
No players in Philadelphia are considered inactive, but there are quite a few players injured with unlisted game statuses. The list includes defense ends Fletcher Cox, Brandon Graham and Josh swear, guards Landon Dickerson and Isaac Seumalo, offensive tackle Lane Johnson, center Jason Kelce and tight end Jack Stoll.
Vikings injury report: Inactives for Week 2
Cornerback Andrew Booth is guaranteed to be out for this game, but the rest of the injured players listed have unlisted game statuses. The list includes defensive end Jonathan Bullard, safety Lewis Cine, linebacker D.J. Wonnum and cornerback Patrick Peterson.
Eagles vs Vikings live stream reddit
Fans can stream the game through FuboTV or watch with an active cable subscription on ABC. However, there’s also the option to Google “NFL reddit live stream” to try to find other streaming options. It’s not an official broadcast by the NFL, so there may be buffering, shutdowns and other issues that arise. Exercise caution if using this method.