Philadelphia Eagles vs. Arizona Cardinals takes place on Sunday in a match up of 2-0 teams. The game will be broadcast live on Fox from 4.05 p.m. ET, but can also be watched online through live stream (details below).
This will be the Eagles' first visit to Arizona since the 2009 NFC Championship game when they lost 32-25 in a tight but ultimately heartbreaking game for Philadelphia.
The two sides did meet last November but again the Cardinals came out on top 21-17 after quarterback John Skelton, having come on for the injured Kevin Kolb, threw his third touchdown pass with just 1:53 on the clock. In that game Eagles' quarterback Michael Vick rushed for 79 yards but was held to just 128 passing yards, with no touchdown and two interceptions.
Both sides are coming into this game on good form. The Eagles have become the first side in NFL history to begin the season with two single point victories. However, they could have made things easier for themselves, and a lot of their good work has so far been undermined by turnovers.
Vick has thrown more than 300 yards in both games so far, and he delighted fans by running for the go-ahead touchdown with 1:55 left in last Sunday's 24-23 win over the Baltimore Ravens.
The Arizona defense has been solid until now, claiming seven sacks in total. They will be ordered to put as much pressure on Philadelphia as possible in the hope of bringing about some of the turnovers that have plagued the Eagles in their opening two games.
The Cardinals have allowed only two touchdowns so far - one for Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, and 3.4 yards per carry
This match up looks to be an intriguing one. The action starts at 4.05 p.m. ET and can be watched online through live stream by clicking here.