Tuesday, July 22, 2014
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Eagles-Cowboys moved to 4:15

The NFL has moved the Eagles-Cowboys game Sunday to 4:15 p.m., instead of 1 p.m.

Eagles-Cowboys moved to 4:15

The Eagles´ game against Dallas next Sunday will start later than had been originally scheduled. (Ron Cortes/ Staff Photographer)
The Eagles' game against Dallas next Sunday will start later than had been originally scheduled. (Ron Cortes/ Staff Photographer)

The NFL has moved the Eagles-Cowboys game Sunday to 4:15 p.m., instead of 1 p.m.

Fans will have to do some scoreboard watching, because the Bears-Packers game will also be at 4:15. With a win Tuesday and Sunday, the Eagles could claim the number two seed in the NFC, but only if the Bears lose.

Of course, the game against the Vikings was also supposed to be at 1, but was moved to prime time, and now, because of the snow, Tuesday.

Earlier Sunday, we had details of the Eagles' clinching the NFC East through the Giants' loss, the Vikings reaction to the game moving to Tuesday, the Eagles reasons for not offering refunds and their plans to get Lincoln Financial Field ready for the game, and reaction from Andy Reid and some Eagles to the postponement.


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