The Eagles are coming off a big win on Sunday Night football. Will they make it two wins in a row against the Washington Commanders?
Find out how you can watch, stream, or listen to the action here:
Television and Streaming
Sunday's game will air on FOX with Chris Myers, Mark Schlereth, and Kristina Pink on the call at 1 PM. If you live outside of those markets, click here to see if the game is being televised in your area.
After the final whistle, join Marisa Pilla, Fran Duffy, and Eagles legend Ike Reese for The Postgame Show presented by Ricoh – they'll have highlights, press conferences, game analysis, and more. Tune in on Philadelphiaeagles.com, the Eagles app, and our social media channels to watch.
Fans outside of the market can stream the game on the league's exclusive video streaming subscription service – NFL+. In addition to live out-of-market preseason games, NFL+ also features live local and prime-time regular-season and postseason games (phone and tablet only) as well as live local and national audio for every game, NFL Network shows on-demand, NFL Films archives, and more.
Both YouTube Primetime and YouTube TV will carry the game via NFL Sunday Ticket.
Want to watch the game from outside of the country? NFL Game Pass International provides streaming capabilities for games across the league.
Merrill Reese and Mike Quick will have the call from FedEx Field on SportsRadio 94WIP. The desktop version of PhiladelphiaEagles.com/LiveRadio will provide a live feed of the SportsRadio 94WIP broadcast feed that is available nationwide. Fans can also listen on the Eagles app as well in the Philadelphia market.
Rickie Ricardo, Bill Kulik, and Oscar Budejen have the Spanish-language radio broadcast on La Mega 105.7 FM in Philadelphia; 101.3 FM in Atlantic City, New Jersey; and 103.3 FM in Vineland, New Jersey. The desktop version of PhiladelphiaEagles.com/LiveRadio will also provide a feed of the Spanish version. Fans in the Philadelphia market can also listen to the Spanish version on the Eagles app.
Those in the District of Columbia can listen on the Washington Commanders Broadcast network on BIG 100 (WBIG-FM), the flagship station for Washington Commanders Football. – Written by Owen Boyle