Nfl Schedule Week 2

September 19, 2010 by staff 

Nfl Schedule Week 2, Scores Philadelphia Eagles vs Detroit Lions and highlighted in the NFL in 2010. Live at the Ford Field, the Philadelphia Eagles set to face the Detroit Lions in an exciting and highly anticipated match today in the NFL.

While the game will start exactly at 13:00 ET, September 19, 2010, I invite you all to know which team will win in this game and a chance to advance to the next level tournament.

Moreover, Michael Vick has always valued the ability of the Philadelphia Eagles gave him to return to the NFL. You now have an opportunity to return the favor. It was a difficult start to the season for the Philadelphia Eagles and Detroit Lions.

For the Eagles, after starting QB Kevin Kolb went down with a concussion, Michael Vick brought together nearly a week Philadelphia a victory over the Super Bowl contenders Green Bay Packers.

Moreover, the Detroit Lions have prevented a local television blackout of their first home game against Philadelphia. Detroit Lions running back Kevin Smith could see playing time in the home opener this Sunday against the Philadelphia Eagles, but he said his left knee might not be back to full strength this season.

For the Lions, his former No. 1 overall pick, Matthew Stafford suffered a shoulder injury in Detroit controversial loss to the Bears. As a result, Shaun Hill will get the approval this afternoon against Philadelphia, as the veteran signal caller was a short distance from a major victory last week.

Live coverage of the Detroit Lions vs Philadelphia Eagles will be through FOX. Now you can start checking on Sirius 127 (PHI) and 155 (DET) for more information about the game. Better check your local channel lineup available now for the airing schedules updated.

So now be updated stay tuned here to get the latest scores in the feed and game results.

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