Both the Green Bay Packers and the Philadelphia Eagles are desperate for a win. Can Aaron Rodgers snap the Pack’s losing streak on Nov. 28, or will Carson Wentz’s crew be too much to handle? There’s only one way to find out – click to watch.
How the mighty have fallen. Aaron, 32, and the team that’s synonymous with “Super Bowl Wins” – the Green Bay Packers – go into this Monday Night Football game in 3rd place in the NFC North. With less than two months left in the regular 2016 NFL Season, the Pack needs to get it together if they’re going to make the playoffs. Same goes for the 5-5 Philadelphia Eagles. Can Carson, 23, give Philly hope of a Wild Card spot? The game is set for 8:30 PM ET so tune in to see every second!
Football fans can watch this game from Lincoln Financial Field in picturesque Philadelphia, Pennsylvania via ESPN’s live stream (after they enter in their cable information.) CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE EAGLES VS. PACKERS LIVE STREAM
The desperation of these two teams might create the best game of the week. The Packers are on a four-game losing streak, having dropped games to the Atlanta Falcons, Indianapolis Colts, Tennessee Titans and Washington Redskins. What’s really baffling about the Pack’s woes is that Aaron is in second place for most touchdowns thrown with 25, according to CBS Sports. However, he’s throwing the ball short, averaging 6.73 yards per pass. Toss in receivers who aren’t stepping up and the lack of a running game, and that’s why the Packers are 4-6.
On the other side, Carson’s hot-and-cold performance over the season has led people to praise him as a “rookie superstar” to a “bust” to just the starter, according to Yahoo Sports. This game is going to be a major challenge for Carson to try and elevate his sub-par wide receivers and take the Eagles closer to a playoff spot. When he’s under pressure, his QB rating drops from 97.9 to 39.5, so he needs to learn how to keep it cool when the Packers defense tries to plant him into the dirt.
Speaking of Green Bay’s D, that’s probably the grade they deserve. During this losing stream, they’ve allowed 38 points per game. They’re horrible when it comes to covering tight ends, so expect Zach Ertz, 26, Trey Burton, 25, and Brent Celek, 31, to shine in this game.
Who do you want to win, HollywoodLifers? Are you pulling for Philly to pick up the win or do you want Green Bay to snap the losing streak?