The Jacksonville Jaguars will play against the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday, Sept. 7, at 10 a.m. PT or 1 p.m. ET on CBS. Jaguars will visit Eagles at the Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Penn. Fans can watch the game online through live stream below (free for subscribers).
Judging from the stats, the Eagles stand at a much higher advantage point than the Jaguars. Eagles' QB Nick Foles has twice as much touchdown than Jaguars' QB Chad Henne. Philadelphia also has twice as many rush yards per game than Jacksonville. Running back LeSean McCoy leads the Eagles with 1,607 yards and nine touchdowns, and Maurice Jones-Drew leads Jaguars with 803 yards and five touchdowns.
Looking at the defensive stats, Eagles also have an upper hand and will most likely put up a solid defense, which may stop the Jaguars from making any comebacks.
The Eagles beat the Jets 37-7 in the preseason finale Thursday night, where Michael Vick made the first game debut back in Philadelphia. The four-time pro Bowl quarterback will start the season as Geno Smith's backup.
While the Eagles have a clear advantage, the Jaguars have solidified their backfield with new lineup. Toby Gerhart will get most of the carries, and NCAA's record-holder for rushing yards by a quarterback, Denard Robinson is bumped up to the No. 2 running back on the depth chart, jumping over Jorden Todman for the position. Supplanting Gerhart with Robinson will make Jaguars' backfield as fast as the team's mascot.
To catch the game online, you can check out NFL Sunday Ticket or try ProNFL.net. If you want to listen on the radio, the Jaguars' broadcast can be listened on 1010XL 92.5 FM and their radio network affiliates can be found here, and the Eagles' broadcast can be found on SportsRadio 94WIP and the list of radio affiliates can be found here. The game will be on the CBS Television Network with a 1 pm EST kickoff.