The unfamiliar sight of the NFL’s first Tuesday game since 1946 still drew plenty of television viewers.
While the Minnesota Vikings ate cheesesteaks and acted like tourists, the Philadelphia Eagles savored a division title they clinched from their couches.
The NFL moved the Vikings at Eagles game from Sunday night to Tuesday because of an expected blizzard that could dump more than a foot of snow on Philadelphia.
By the time the Philadelphia Eagles line up to play the Minnesota Vikings, they may already have clinched the NFC East title.
One gift the Minnesota Vikings won’t be getting this holiday season is a spot in the NFL playoffs. The deflated Metrodome roof is symbolic of the Viking’s deflated Super Bowl hopes. This year, has been purple pain, and thankfully just two games are left, including one this
Leslie Frazier counted Brett Favre out once before. He’s not about to do it again.
Vikings-Eagles will replace Chargers-Bengals as the Sunday night game Dec. 26 under the NFL’s flexible scheduling policy.