Detroit and Philadelphia are locked in two of the NFC's tightest divisions. The NFC North and East hang on a single game, with both teams in dire need of a win to stay in the race. Offense should be on show, with Matthew Stafford and Calvin Johnson facing off against Chip Kelly's high-powered offense.
Game Date/Time and Location: Sunday, Dec. 8, 1 p.m. ET at Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, Pa.
TV schedule and distribution map: Fox; The506.com
Live coverage and updates:
Lions blog: Pride of Detroit / Follow Pride of Detroit on Twitter
Eagles blog: Bleeding Green Nation / Follow Bleeding Green Nation on Twitter
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Radio schedule: Detroit: WXYT 97.1 FM and 1270 AM; Philadelphia: WIP 94.1 FM and El Zol 1340 AM (Spanish)
Watch Online: Verizon subscribers can watch games live with the NFL Mobile app (subscription required). NFL Game Pass offers live online broadcasts to users outside the USA.
More on the matchup: The Lions and Eagles last met in an overtime thriller in 2012 when Detroit scored 10 points in less than five minutes to reach overtime, where they won, 26-23. Philadelphia is a much better team now. It's a case of both the team and Andy Reid needing a split, with the two sides thriving in new conditions. Nick Foles is playing better football than most quarterbacks in the NFL, and it's on the Lions pass rush to try to shake him in order to win on Sunday.
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