Eagles vs Packers: How To Watch, Radio Call, Odds, Final Thoughts


You can catch Thursday night’s game between the Philadelphia Eagles and the Green Bay Packers from Lambeau Field on television, radio and online, and we’ve got the information on how you can do so.

Ladies and gentlemen, football is back. The Philadelphia Eagles are set to march into Lambeau Field for their Thursday Night game with the Green Bay Packers. The offense’s first unit isn’t expected to play much more than a series. The defense’s unit may leave the field shortly thereafter. As is par for the course during NFL preseason games, we expect game one to give us a lot of work from the reserves and the guys on the bubble.

Wide receiver Alshon Jeffery is expected to sit. So is quarterback Nick Foles. Head coach Doug Pederson, in his most recent press conference didn’t give a lot of info about who else would be sitting, but we can definitely expect those two to be absent.

Here’s how you can access Thursday night’s game:

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Date: Thursday, August 10th
Start Time: 8:00 PM EST
Location: Green Bay, Wisconsin
Venue: Lambeau Field
TV: FoxNBC10 in Philadelphia (live), Friday, August 11 at 4:00 PM ET on the NFL Network (replay)
Online Stream: NFL Game Pass (They have a seven-day free trial)

If you can’t watch the game live, you can always tune into SportsRadio 94 WIP-FM. The radio call, as always, will be handled by the legendary Merrill Reese with Mike Quick handling the color commentary. For a full list of show listings, click here.

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Line: If you’re one of those people who actually care about the line in preseason games, the Eagles are underdogs. The MGM Mirage has the Packers favored by one, as does the VI Consensus. The VI Consensus has an over-under of 38½u-10 while the MGM Mirage lists theirs as 39u-10.