Tuesday Night Football on the way

The Philadelphia Eagles’ game vs. (surprise) the Minnesota Vikings has gotten postponed and moved to Tuesday Night. The Eagles won the NFC East Sunday when the New York Giants got blown out by the Green Bay Packers, 45-17. The game will be the first on a Tuesday since 1946, and NBC will broadcast the game, set for 8 o’clock ET in Philadelphia. The Vikings had already had some problems with Mother Nature this year, as last week’s game vs. the Chicago Bears was moved to TCF Bank Stadium, the University of Minnesota’s field. The week before that, their game against the Giants was moved to Monday night, at Ford Field in Detroit due to problems with the Metrodome’s Teflon roof. The game will be the 23rd game all-time on a Tuesday, and in the last one, the New York Giants and the Boston Yanks (no, really, the Boston Yanks) played.

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