Eagles vs Jaguars: The Philadelphia Eagles and Jacksonville Jaguars are two NFL clubs on a similar unwanted trajectory. They’ll collide at Wembley Stadium in London bright and early Sunday morning in hopes of getting their respective seasons back on the tracks.
The start time for Sunday’s Eagles vs Jags football game from London is 9:30 am EST / 6:30 am PST. The game will be televised exclusively on the NFL Network cable TV channel.
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Philadelphia are the defending NFL champs and have struggled to a 3-4 record in 2018 thus far. Last week was emblematic of how their season has gone.
With a commanding 17-point lead at home against the Carolina Panthers, the Eagles offense and defense decided to shutdown in the second half and let the Panthers score 21 unanswered to steal a win. That simply cannot happen for a team expected to not only make the postseason but content for the NFC.
Jacksonville, who shares Philly’s 3-4 record, reached the AFC Championship game last season. This year started hot at 3-1, but since the Jags have dropped three in a row.
Part of the issue for Jacksonville is the play of Blake Bortles. The loss of running back Leonard Fournette has put extra pressure on Bortles to throw, and he’s done a lousy job of it. The addition of former Browns running back Carlos Hyde should help pick up the running game.