Minnesota Vikings will play host to Philadelphia Eagles in the upcoming Sunday afternoon game of Week 6 on October 13. Both from the NFC records 3 wins & 2 loss out of their 5 previous games.

After the loss in the NFC Conference Championship in 2017, the Vikings missed the playoffs last season & will try for their playoffs entry & first-ever Super Bowl this season. On the other side, the 1-time Super Bowl winner Eagles lost in NFC Divisional round last season.

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When And Where To Watch Minnesota Vikings vs Philadelphia Eagles Free Stream?

When Is Kick-Off? October 13, Sunday
What Time Is Kick-Off? 1:00 PM (ET)
Where Is it Being Played? U.S. Bank Stadium
TV Channel/Live
Referee? TBA


Where To Watch Minnesota Vikings vs Philadelphia Eagles Live Score?

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Possible Lineups

Minnesota Vikings                 TBA
Philadelphia Eagles                 TBA


Injury Report

After injuries, the Vikings’ Ben Gedeon (OLB), Mackensie Alexander (CB) and Kentrell Brothers (LB) are questionable to appear in the Week 6 match.

On the opposing team, the Eagles may find a tough game as Alex Ellis (TE) is on injured reserve while Ronald Darby (CB) and Darren Sproles (RB) will be out for the Week 6 game.

Also, DeSean Jackson (WR) and Avonte Maddox (CB) are doubtful to appear in the lineup against the Vikings.


Including 4 postseason games, the Vikings & the Eagles have played against each other 28 times & have no tie games.

Both teams acquire 14 wins each & will have a competitive game for the lead series.

Prediction (Overall Record)

Minnesota Vikings: 15-14-0 (win)

Philadelphia Eagles: 14-15-0

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