According to the Newark Star-Ledger, the Cardinals-Eagles matchup that’s scheduled for week 12 is expected to be flexed to Sunday night and the Giants and Redskins will be dropped down to the afternoon.
The Eagles are in first place– and are now heading to prime time.
Although the official announcement is not expected until Monday, the Eagles game against the Arizona Cardinals is expected to be flexed to Sunday night, a league source has confirmed to NJ.com.
The Eagles match up with the Cardinals will replace the New York Giants-Washington Redskins game that suddenly does not have the meaning many thought it would before the season.
After a bad start to this season, this is the second time the Giants have been dropped from the Sunday night timeslot.
Today’s game against the Packers was slated to for tonight. Instead the Broncos and Chiefs were bumped up to primetime.