Vikings vs. Eagles live stream, start time, betting odds and TV information for Sunday’s 2018 NFC Championship matchup between Minnesota and Philadelphia.
The NFC Championship Game between the No. 1 seed Philadelphia Eagles and No. 2 seed Minnesota Vikings at Lincoln Financial Field wraps up Championship Weekend and will set the matchup for this year’s Super Bowl.
If the Vikings needed any extra motivation to reach Super Bowl 52, a win would set them up for an opportunity to hoist the Lombardi Trophy in front of their home fans. Super Bowl 52 takes place Feb. 4 at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis.
The Eagles are lacking no motivation of their own, however.
Despite entering the postseason as the top seed in the conference, the Eagles have been underdogs in back-to-back weeks. This week, Philadelphia finds themselves as three-point underdogs to the visiting Vikings.
Philadelphia watched their odds take a hit when star quarterback Carson Wentz went down for the season with a torn ACL, but they are not letting that stop them from striving towards the team’s goal.
“It’s about those players in that dressing room, whether we’re three-point underdogs or three-point favorites. They really don’t listen to that stuff,” Eagles coach Doug Pederson said, via ESPN.com. “Of course, they have been sort of force-fed for about two weeks now, three weeks now, the information, and they just stick together. They just stick together and find a way and it’s been that way all season.”
How can you tune in to Sunday’s NFC Championship matchup between Minnesota and Philadelphia? All of the information you need to catch the action from the opening kickoff can be seen below:
Date: Sunday, Jan. 21
Start Time: 6:40 p.m. ET
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Venue: Lincoln Financial Field
TV Info: FOX
Live Stream: Stream 1 | Stream 2| Stream 3
Betting Odds: Minnesota -3 | Over/Under: 39