The Green Bay Packers will want to end their four-game losing skid when they face off against the Philadelphia Eagles in Monday Night Football. The Packers' losing streak has seen their playoff hopes fade into oblivion, but if there is even the slightest chance of a recovery, a win is a must against the Eagles at the Lincoln Financial Field.
Green Bay are currently third in the NFC North, with a 4-6 record, and having started the season well at 3-1, everything has gone out of kilter for Aaron Rodgers' side. Find a way to get out of the muddle they are in they must if they are to somehow get their season back on track.
Rodgers will, naturally, be key to that victory, and after seeing the Eagles give up 26 points in a defeat to the Seattle Seahawks, Green Bay will hope to take advantage of that possibly fragile defence. Not that coach Mike McCarthy is expecting it to be easy.
"With their techniques and their stances and their types of players that they have. (Jim Schwartz) is a very good coach and has been for a long time. We've had some battles over the years. I've enjoyed playing against him.
"He's going to be aggressive and call the stuff that he wants to call. He's a confident play-caller. We'll look for their best shot on defense. I've enjoyed the battles over the years against coach Schwartz."
The Philadelphia Eagles have not had the greatest of times recently either. They have lost three of their last four and currently sit bottom of the NFC East, behind the Dallas Cowboys, New York Giants and Washington Redskins.
While the Philly defence gave up all those points to Seattle in their last games, the Eagles also need their offence to click against Green Bay and quarterback Carson Wentz believes the team are not far away from finding their mojo.
"I think we're close," Wentz was quoted as saying by the Daily News. "We all come back, we watch the tape, and you just see little things, but the little things add up. We know we're right there.
"We've got a lot of young guys, myself included, that are getting all this experience, all these learning opportunities. We know we can do it. We've just got to fine-tune our details and we'll be all right."
Where to Watch Live
Packers vs Eagles is set to begin at 8.30pm ET (1.30am GMT, 7am IST). Live Streaming and TV guide is below.
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