Vikings-Eagles Shifted To Sunday Night Game

NEW YORK (AP) — Vikings-Eagles will replace Chargers-Bengals as the Sunday night game Dec. 26 under the NFL’s flexible scheduling policy.

The league said Monday the San Diego-Cincinnati matchup would move to 4:05 p.m. EST on CBS. The shift in Week 16 is the first time this season the NFL has changed the Sunday night game.

The Seattle Seahawks-Tampa Bay Buccaneers game also will move that day, from 1 to 4:15 p.m. on Fox.

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One Comment

  1. John Sherman says:

    Why not transfer the remaing home games to LA and let them find out how big the interest is there for their motives to buy the vikes and how strong is the commitment to keep them here and if the NFL will stop the transfer but then the big buck owners want this transfer to LA and so does the networks.
    The nice thing if it happens we dont have to hera the eastern boradcaster knock us all the time and how cold it is here and then packer fans would really have to pay to travel there bon voyage vikes.

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