If you missed any of Philly’s 59-28 thrashing of the Redskins on Monday night, you can see them take on the Giants in five days, on NBC’s Sunday Night Football.
The game, which was originally scheduled for that spot and not flexed out of it in the first week of this year’s flex scheduling, instantly has become the game of the week, with all due respect to the Colts and the Patriots.
And the Eagles have become the team of the moment. The Bears already have announced that their November 28 home game against the Eagles has been shifted from a 1:00 p.m. ET kickoff to a 4:15 p.m. ET start, making it the centerpiece of FOX’s national doubleheader.
Four days later, the Eagles host the Texans on NFLN’s Thursday Night Football. The Eagles next travel to Dallas for another appearance on NBC’s Sunday Night Football, which if they keep doing what they’re doing likely won’t be shifted out of the prime-time spot.
Next up, a rematch with the Giants, which comes on a CBS doubleheader weekend (Jets at Steelers in the 4:15 p.m. ET slot) that also features Packers at Patriots on NBC in prime time.
Vikings at Eagles the following week could be shifted to Sunday night, given that the current night-after-Christmas game is Chargers at Bengals.
Finally, in Week 17, the Cowboys-Eagles rematch could be destined for prime time.
Either way, expect to see a lot of the Eagles in November and December. Given the way they’re playing, expect to see plenty of the Eagles deep into January, too.