The Green Bay Packers have found success against the Philadelphia Eagles in recent meetings, and they will need that to continue in Week 12.
The Green Bay Packers and Philadelphia Eagles have played in some memorable games in recent years.
Green Bay will be hoping for another one on Sunday Night Football, hopefully the moment the team’s season turns around.
The Packers have won three of their past five games against the Eagles, dating back to 2013.
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Talk about some memorable games, and all for different reasons.
The 2019 loss to the Eagles was the first of the Matt LaFleur era. Green Bay had started LaFleur’s first season 3-0. Despite the Eagles having no answer for Davante Adams, they found a way to end the Packers’ undefeated start to the season.
Rewind to 2016. The Packers entered that game in a similar position to this week. They were 4-6, having lost four straight. The season looked over.
But Green Bay started a magical run with a convincing win at Philadelphia, before running the table over the next five games.
The 2014 win was also memorable, as Green Bay put up 50+ points for the second week in a row. Aaron Rodgers threw three touchdown passes, Micah Hyde scored a punt-return touchdown, and Green Bay’s defense scored twice.
It was a different story a year earlier.
The 2013 game was the Packers’ first after Aaron Rodgers broke his collarbone. Backup Seneca Wallace got the start, but then he left the game with an injury. Third-string quarterback Scott Tolzien threw for 280 yards, one touchdown, and two interceptions.
Will Sunday’s game be another memorable one in this rivalry? If so, hopefully it’s good news for the Packers.